The FBI returns to Bardstown


The Federal Bureau of Investigation is back in Bardstown to conduct a search related to the disappearance of Crystal Rogers. The Louisville FBI tweeted Monday morning that it was conducting a judicially authorized investigation of property at 345 Paschal Ballard Lane. They said they were setting up a barricade near the farm at this location to prevent anyone from entering while they searched. . It comes after the FBI renewed its efforts in August 2021 with a previous search nearly a year after resuming the investigation into his disappearance. Since the mother of five went missing in 2015, the only suspect ever named is her then-boyfriend Brooks Houck, with whom she shares a child. He was never charged. In August 2021, officers targeted a housing estate, Woodlawn Springs, where Houck built three homes and then perfected one. He built this house, but no longer owns it. The player below contains images from this research. Sources familiar with the investigation tell WLKY that there are three locations of interest, including the Houck family farm, that the FBI plans to search. the last place Rogers was the night she disappeared. It has been searched many times before. Sources say Rogers’ family has been made aware of the plans for this new search. They’ve had lengthy meetings with FBI agents over the past few weeks. Rogers’ mother talks about her hopes for this new research in the player below. In addition to a ground search, the FBI said they would use drones and an aircraft to fly over the farm intermittently throughout Monday. Over several days of searching during the August 2021 investigation, the FBI said it found “several items of interest,” but they did not reveal what they were. These items were sent to a crime lab in Quantico, Virginia for further analysis. The FBI said tips continue to be an important part of the investigation and asked to submit them to crystalrogerstaskforce.com or call 502-263-6000.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is back in Bardstown to conduct a search related to the disappearance of Crystal Rogers.

The Louisville FBI tweeted Monday morning that it was conducting a court-authorized investigation of a property at 345 Paschal Ballard Lane.

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They said they were setting up a barricade near the farm at this location to prevent anyone from entering while they searched.

WLKY’s team at the scene reported a tent being set up on the property and ground operatives removing items from a barn.

It comes after the FBI renewed its efforts in August 2021 with a previous search nearly a year after resuming the investigation into his disappearance.

Since the mother of five disappeared in 2015, the only suspect ever named is her then-boyfriend Brooks Houck, with whom she shares a child. He was never charged.

In August 2021, officers targeted a housing estate, Woodlawn Springs, where Houck built three homes and then perfected one. He built this house, but no longer owns it.

In the player below you will find images of this research.

Sources familiar with the investigation tell WLKY there are three locations of interest, including the Houck family farm, that the FBI plans to search.

It is believed to be the last place Rogers was on the night of his disappearance. He has already been searched several times.

Sources say Rogers’ family has been made aware of the plans for this new search. They’ve had numerous meetings with FBI agents over the past few weeks.

Rogers’ mother talks about her hopes for this new research in the player below.

In addition to a ground search, the FBI said it would use drones and an aircraft to fly over the farm intermittently throughout Monday.

Over several days of searching during the August 2021 investigation, the FBI said it found “several items of interest,” but they did not reveal what they were.

These items were sent to a crime lab in Quantico, Virginia for further analysis.

The FBI said tips continue to be an important part of the investigation and asked to submit them to crystalrogerstaskforce.com or call 502-263-6000.




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