Kyron Horman case update: Report says DeDe Spicher’s interview contradicts source information (video)
Recently, DeDe Spicher, a close friend of Terri Horman, the stepmother of missing Oregon boy, Kyron Horman, was interviewed by People magazine. According to one report, the information Spicher relayed during the interview contradicts source information.
KATU reports that “The contradiction goes to the heart of what Spicher was doing the morning Kyron Horman vanished.” Several sources, including the property owner where Spicher was working, claim that the day the 7-year-old vanished, Spicher left the area and could not be reached for about an hour and a half.
Nonetheless, Spicher told People that she “never left the property that day.”
Additionally, during the interview, Spicher defended her longtime friend, Terri, who has become the focus of the investigation into Kyron’s disappearance. On June 4, Terri and Kyron had attended a science fair at his school. Terri told authorities the last time she saw the boy was as he walked toward his classroom at about 8:45 a.m. The second-grader has not been seen since.
To see more photos of Kyron, click here.
Kyron’s father and biological mother — Kaine Horman and Desiree Young — have publicly stated they believe Terri knows what happened to Kyron and that Spicher may be an accomplice in their son’s disappearance.
Spicher was also the subject of inquiry in a recent flyer handed out by authorities to those living near Skyline School.
To see the recent flyer, click here.
When asked by People reporter Elaine Aradillas whether she thought Terri could have done anything to Kyron, Spicher replied “I just really don’t. In my heart, I really don’t. In all of these years I have not seen anything that would lead me to believe that she is capable or motivated… to do something like this.”
Spicher also noted that she believed authorities set their sites on Terri from the beginning of the investigation. “They wanted me to tell them Terri did it or that Terri knew something. I told them everything I knew, over and over again. But I didn’t tell them what they wanted to hear.”
She added “There’s this horror that my friend is going through. If I thought for a second she was capable of [foul play] I would not have been there. She would not have been my friend in the first place.”
Neither Spicher nor Terri have been named persons of interest or suspects in Kyron’s case.
In the meantime, Kyron is still missing. He was wearing a “CSI” t-shirt and black cargo pants when he vanished.
Anyone with information regarding Kyron Horman’s whereabouts is asked to call the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office tip line at 503-261-2847 or call 911 with emergency information. The reward for information regarding Kyron has been increased to $50,000.
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