Cop that checked out Kronk’s tip about Caylee has previous incident for “failing to investigate” properly
Orange County sheriff’s Deputy Richard Cain, 40, refused to answer questions from a Local 6 News reporter, Jessica D’Onofrio. He was hired in 2006 and patroled the area Caylee’s remains were found. He is under administrative review to determine if he violated any policies when he checked out meter reader Roy Kronk’s tip about Caylee.
After 3 calls, Cain met Kronk near the wooded area where Caylee’s remains were later found.
“The officer showed up, he pulls out a metal baton (and) went to the water’s edge. I pointed in the area where (the bag) was at, (and) he swept his head back and forth and said, ‘I don’t see anything,'” Kronk said on Good Morning America.
Cain wrote in his report that he saw “trash only” while checking on Kronk’s tip. Cain’s Professional Standards History report shows that there was a complaint filed against him in 2006 for failing to “properly investigate an incident,” but it is unknown if he was disciplined for that incident.
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Wonder if the that “trash” he saw was actually Caylee’s remains. Very sad if that turns out to be the case. It’s starting to sound like this whole thing could have been over a long time ago, if it weren’t for a series of bumbling mis-steps.