Daughter of Missing Casper Woman Responds To Recent Stories
Kristi Richardson's daughter responded Thursday to recent stories published on K2radio.com about her mother's disappearance in October 2014.
The first story outlined the petition filed by Lovcom, Inc., filed in Natrona County District Court seeking the Casper police records of the investigation of Richardson, the owner of a local trucking company, the March 2015 suicide of businessman and philanthropist Mick McMurry, and any possible relationship between the two.
Those records have been turned over to the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation for review.
The second story was an interview of Kim Love, the owner of Lovcom, Inc., which does business as Sheridan Media. Love said he was interested in Richardon's disappearance because the investigation had stalled after two and a half years and admitted he had hard feelings towards McMurry.
Thursday, Richardson's daughter Amber Fazio sent K2 Radio these comments:
-- I have no personal knowledge of any connection between my mother and Mick McMurry or any other man for that matter. Our family has never said we think there is a connection to my moms disappearance or Micks death. We certainly have sympathy for the McMurry family for what they have endured over the last couple of years.
--We do not know Mr. love or understand his personal interest in our moms disappearance.
-- I am frustrated by the rumors circulating around Casper. My interest has been and always will be to find my mom.