Police: Second woman wanted in connection to Wesley Hook’s disappearance
PIKEVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) -
Officers with the Pikeville Police Department say Sky Smallwood, 37, is wanted in connection to the disappearance of Wesley Hook.
Public Information Officer Tony Conn said information gathered from statements, paired with evidence found by Detective Bruce Collins shines a light on Smallwood as a possible suspect, joining Eric Deleon, Enos Little and Krystle Williams.
”We do have evidence that would substantiate her being involved in this case. The Pike County Grand Jury saw the evidence that Detective (Bruce) Collins had to produce. And they gave him the indictment warrant on her,” said Conn.
The other suspects are all in the Pike County Detention Center after police found Hook’s car abandoned and burned with human remains inside. Though the remains have yet to be confirmed as Hook, officers believe finding Smallwood will help them find the answers the Hook family is waiting for.
“Not knowing if that’s their child or if he’s still alive somewhere. As far as we know, he’s still a missing person. And that’s what we’re dealing with right now,” Conn said.
Police are asking for help locating Smallwood. She is 5′4″ and 160 pounds. She has hazel eyes and blonde or reddish-blonde hair but has been known to change up her looks. Police believe she is in the Richmond or Lexington area. The indictments against Smallwood are for tampering with physical evidence and abuse of a corpse.
If you know see Smallwood you are asked to contact the Pikeville Police Department at 606-437-511 or contact your local law enforcement.
“So far, these tips have led to what we have now,” Conn said. “The family: anything to help them. Right now, they are searching for answers also.”
Krystle Williams was transferred to the Pike County Detention Center Thursday. Officers now believe all persons of interest in the case are now in custody.
Eric Deleon and Enos Little are both at the Pike County Detention Center. Police believe the two men are also involved in Wesley Hook’s disappearance and the car that was found burned.
At this point, they have only heard a statement from Eric Deleon. Conn said they will now work to get statements from Williams and Little as they continue the investigation.
While the remains found in the burned car have not yet been identified, Conn says the department hopes to have answers this week.
Original Story 7/15/2020:
Krystle Williams, the Pikeville woman wanted in an ongoing missing person case out of Pike County, surrendered to Lexington Police on Wednesday according to Pikeville Police Chief Chris Edmonds.
Williams is wanted on a second-degree arson charge after a burning vehicle was found Monday with human remains inside.
The remains have not been identified at this time, autopsy results are pending.
Williams is currently being held in Lexington, but Public Information Officer Tony Conn with the Pikeville Police Department says deputies from the Pike County Sheriff’s Office will be making the trip to Lexington on Thursday to have Williams transported back to Pikeville.
This is a developing story, and we will update you as more information becomes available.
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