OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- A Washington state man accused of killing his 3-year-old son in Montana talked to investigators about a cold case in which an unrelated child went missing in 1996.
In a search warrant application, a detective wrote that Jeremy Cramer mentioned to authorities that he had researched the case of Katrina Nash, Katrina's body was located in an Olympia, Wash. park in 2005, and her case remains unsolved. Olympia Police Lt. Jim Costa says he is aware of Cramer's statements but has no reason to believe the man has a connection to Katrina.
As part of the search of Cramer's computer, authorities planned to retrieve any information about Cramer's interest in Katrina's case. Montana authorities are also looking to collect information from the computer for their homicide investigation.
Cramer has been charged with deliberate homicide in the death of his son.