FBI disagrees with river drownings theoryThe FBI says there’s no evidence to support a reported link between serial killers, and the river drownings of 40 college-age men in the Upper Midwest.
The FBI says there’s no evidence to support a reported link between serial killers, and the river drownings of 40 college-age men in the Upper Midwest.
Special Agent Richard Kolko says the Bureau has reviewed new information from two retired New York police detectives.
They mentioned a possible link between a killer, and deaths like those of Racine County native Christopher Jenkins in Minneapolis, and the son of former Waukesha County Sheriff Bill Kruziki near Dubuque, Iowa.
The FBI’s Kolko says most of the deaths appear to be alcohol-related.
Also, La Crosse Police reiterated this week that there are no proven criminal links to the drownings of eight college-age men in the Mississippi River between 1997-2006.
In Minneapolis, police say the Jenkins case is still open.
Investigators say there’s no shortage of theories into why he died – but there’s not sufficient evidence to convict anybody of a specific charge.