The Kettenpom Double Homicide: How to Follow the Unfolding Story
Kristin Constantino(age 33)-one of the victims. Her memorial page here.
Christopher Sky Richardson (age 26)–one of the victims. His memorial page here
I’ve been asked to provide links to all the posts for ease of following what has happened.
The murders happened around 4:45 on Sunday, March 13th.
The next day I posted here but caution some of the information is incorrect.
Then on the 16th I posted the Gunds’ daughter’s account here.
Then on the 17th I posted a consolidation of all the information here. (This is a good starting place)
More on the 17th about marijuana being found in the getaway car and the victims’ residence here.
On the 18th, came a better explanation of how the 911 call happened. Here.
Note the links to the two victims’ memorial pages under their pictures above.
UPDATE: There is an excellent piece in the Corvalis Gazette Times that adds in some of the history between the three younger people. Here is an excerpt.
“Despite the confusing circumstances of Richardson’s death, his mother, Erica Crimp, said that she has no hard feelings toward the man suspected of killing her son.
“I don’t understand, but for me, I don’t care,” she said. “I feel compassion for Más’s mom and family and for Más too.”
Crimp said her son and Gouverneur’s fiancé, Jenna Summer Smith, knew each other since they were kids.
“(Jenna’s) been around forever in a sisterly way,” she said. “They were really good friends.”
UPDATE April 11: s.” More information here.
UPDATE April 15: Letter to the editor from Jim Gund
UPDATE May 25: Toxicology report on Tomas Gouverneur shows no drug or alcohol use.
UPDATE Sept 21: Gouverneur planned the attacks on Richardson and Constantino.