Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Alderman at Large Jack Connolly Seeks Information on Murder of Deanna Cremin
In keeping with an annual tradition, Alderman at Large Jack Connolly has submitted legislation requesting information on the murder of Deanna Cremin to be discussed within his Public Health and Public Safety Committee according to the published agenda for Thursday's full board meeting.
17 year-old Deanna Cremin was murdered 20 years ago this month and, with her case still unresolved, friends and family have been doing all they can to keep her name in the spotlight in the hopes that the $70,000 reward will prompt someone to lead investigators in capturing her killer and giving her the justice she deserves.
On March 26th, Deanna's Birthday, Kathy Cremin addressed the Board of Aldermen delivering the sad news that no new information has been brought to the public's attention regarding her daughter's murder. In the days following, many media outlets covered the unsolved crime in online postings.
The Board of Aldermen will be meeting at 7pm on Thursday April 9th in the Aldermanic Chambers of City Hall. Meeting information on Jack's Public Health and Public Safety Committee will be posted as it becomes available.