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    Krista Marie Sypher (44) missing from Plover, WI since 3/13/17

    https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/miss...emains-n844906

    With kids, work and relationships, it can be hard to maintain a friendship for decades. Angie Zoromski, though, managed to do just that with her friend Krista Marie Sypher.

    ?Krista was one of those girls who, when she walked in the door -- BOOM! She was there,? Angie told Dateline. About a week later, on March 12, Krista was able to get out of her boot. She went out with another long-time friend, Amber Maslowski Haferman, to have dinner.
    Krista Marie Sypher and her friend, Amber Maslowski Haferman.

    According to Krista?s husband Jason Sypher, the next morning, the couple dropped their two daughters off at school together. The drove to a tanning salon, and later left together in the same car.

    Over the next few days, Angie tried to get in touch with Krista; Amber did, too. Despite repeated efforts, they didn?t hear anything from their typically social friend.

    ?If you didn?t answer [Krista?s] call, she?d text you. If you didn?t answer her text, she?d call you,? Angie told Dateline. Angie told Dateline she and Amber were confused as to why Krista wasn?t getting back to them.

    But on Monday, May 20th, it all started to make sense.

    Angie saw a friend?s post on Facebook saying Krista had been missing since March 13th, the day after she?d gone to dinner with Amber. Angie called Krista?s husband Jason, and he said that after seven days of no contact, he?d walked into the Plover Police Department to report his wife as missing.

    ?He said that [on March 13th] she?d taken off with her boyfriend,? Angie said. ?He didn?t see her physically leave, which is weird because they lived in a small duplex, so she basically would have had to pass him in order to leave the house.?
    Krista Marie Sypher is described as being 5?3? and weighing about 160 lbs. She has blonde hair and green eyes, and she has a tattoo of three footprints on her left leg. They represent her children. Friends say she may be going by the last name of Kellerman or Lorbecki. For updated information on Krista?s case, please visit Bring Krista Home on Facebook. If you have any information on the circumstances surrounding Krista?s disappearance, please call the Detective Michael Tracy with the Plover Police Department at 715-345-5255.


    FB for her search: https://www.facebook.com/Bringkristahome/

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    Side-eyeing the husband on this.

    Here is her actual FB: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php...&fref=mentions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewitchingstorm View Post
    Side-eyeing the husband on this.

    Here is her actual FB: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php...&fref=mentions
    Yeah, I'm pretty sure the husband did something to her.

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    Husband - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100015199116196

    Boyfriend - https://www.facebook.com/corey.kitowski

    Husband is friends with her boyfriend, who’s also been in a long-term relationship with someone else. I would guess the polyamory thing wasn’t working out for someone involved. Husband giving custody to her parents and moving to Chicago isn’t a good look for him.

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    https://www.stevenspointjournal.com/...day/440113002/

    Krista Sypher's photo hangs on the wall above the computer monitor in Plover Police Chief Dan Ault's office. She's been missing for more than a year.

    Sypher was 44 years old on March 20, 2017 when her husband reported that she hadn't been seen in a week. The last known time anyone saw her was in the early morning hours of March 13, 2017, at her home in the 3000 block of Hoffman Drive in the village of Plover.

    "Not a day goes by that I don't think about her," Ault said. "Not a day goes by when we don't talk about her in the department."

    Her sister, Jenny, said the most difficult part of the past year has been facing the unknown: where is Sypher, and what happened to her? Jenny asked that her last name not be used in order to protect her family.


    The Plover Police chief said this week that finding out what happened to Krista Sypher is a priority for his department. Sypher was reported missing on March 20, 2017, by her husband. Wochit

    "It's the not knowing; it drives you crazy," she said. "One day you think, 'Maybe she's out there.' And then the next day you think, 'Something happened to her.'"

    People ask Jenny about Sypher's three children all the time. They are doing well, she says, and coping as best they can.

    Sypher's adult son is struggling the most with his mother's disappearance, Jenny said. He reads and listens to more of the media reports than Sypher's other two children, both younger than 15.

    Ault said he wants people to know the Plover Police Department staff is doing everything it can to find out what happened to Sypher and bring the family answers, but he declined to release much information about the investigation in order to protect its integrity. Ault said he would not comment on any suspects the department has concerning Sypher's disappearance.


    One part of the investigation that became public was officers' search of the Cranberry Creek Landfill in Wisconsin Rapids in June. Police from multiple agencies worked in teams of 20 to search through the garbage, looking for anything connected to Sypher's disappearance.

    Ault said he's glad police did the dirty and difficult job of searching the landfill, but he's not yet ready to make public whether they found any evidence during the search.

    Sypher's sister said she believes police are working hard on the case, but she thinks they could do more. She said it is frustrating when police say they have information they can't share.

    But she said Sypher's family is grateful for the support and good wishes from the community. It's helped a lot to know people care, she said.

    Sypher's friends started a Facebook page, "Bring Krista Home," but Jenny said some of the negative comments posted to the page upset the family. So they started their own Facebook page, "Missing Krista," that doesn't allow negative comments. Jenny suggests people post funny stories about Sypher on the page.

    The Facebook pages have helped to keep Sypher on people's minds. Ault said he is confident his department, with the help of other central Wisconsin and state law enforcement agencies, will solve the puzzle of what happened to Sypher.

    "It's only a matter of time," Ault said. "I stated that in the beginning (of the investigation), and I stand by that statement."

    Sypher's husband could not be reached for this story.

    Anyone with information about Sypher is asked to contact Detective Mike Tracy at 715-345-5255.

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    https://www.stevenspointjournal.com/...ge/1096669002/

    The husband of a woman who disappeared from her Plover home in March 2017 was arrested Friday on anticipated charges of first-degree intentional homicide and hiding a corpse.

    Jason P. Sypher was arrested about 5 miles north of the Wisconsin-Illinois border on Interstate 90 at 5:35 Friday by the Wisconsin State Patrol and Plover police detectives, according to police. Jason Sypher's wife, Krista M. Sypher, was reported missing from her Plover home March 13, 2017.

    Jason Sypher was taken to the Portage County Jail, where he was booked on the anticipated charges, according to police.

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    https://www.wsaw.com/fox/content/new...505675981.html

    The 45-year-old man accused of killing his wife and hiding her body is scheduled to head to trial in June.

    Jason Sypher was arrested Aug. 24, 2018 in the death and disappearance of his wife, Krista Sypher. She was last seen at her home on March 13, 2017.

    During a pre-trial conference Monday, an eight day trial was scheduled to begin June 24.

    Two weeks after Krista was last seen, officers searched the couple's Plover home using a K9 trained to detect decomposing or decomposed human remains. During that search, the dog indicated the presence of remains on Krista and Jason's clothes in the master bedroom, on the couple's bed, in a bathtub drain, on clothes in the washing machine, inside cabinets below the kitchen sink, and in Jason's truck, according to the criminal complaint.

    Investigators also used GPS information from the Sypher's car as part of their evidence.

    Court documents state Krista Sypher’s body has not been recovered.

    Jason Sypher is in custody on $750,000 cash bond.

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    https://www.stevenspointjournal.com/...er/3944101002/

    More than 2 ? years after he reported his 44-year-old wife missing, a Plover man's trial starts Monday on charges that he killed her and disposed of her body.

    Jason Sypher, 44, is charged with first-degree intentional homicide and hiding a corpse. His trial starts with jury selection Monday morning at the Portage County Courthouse and is scheduled to last two weeks.

    Krista Sypher, a mother of three who was an educational assistant at McDill Elementary School in Whiting, was last seen at her Plover home during the early morning hours of March 13, 2017. Police searched for her for more than a year, a search that included a dig through the Cranberry Creek Landfill in Wisconsin Rapids in the summer of 2017.

    Police arrested Jason Sypher on Aug. 24, 2018, and the Portage County district attorney charged him with his wife's homicide, although investigators still have not found her remains.

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    https://waow.com/jason-sypher-trial/...-murder-trial/

    A Portage County jury has found Jason Sypher guilty of killing his wife Krista in 2017.

    Jurors deliberated for less than two hours Wednesday after closing arguments concluded in the case. Sypher now faces a mandatory life prison sentence, with only the possibility of parole.

    The seven-day trial featured several witnesses on both sides and included at least one twist when it was revealed that Krista’s father had a conversation with Sypher about his daughter, and was caught on tape saying “we’ll just worry about you getting out and getting you home.” He also reportedly called Krista a chronic liar.

    Krista’s ex-boyfriend, who she reportedly was dating while still married to Jason, testified that she once told him “If I ever go missing you better investigate him because I’m either going to be in a swamp or buried on a pipeline somewhere.”

    Court documents released in 2018 after Jason was arrested painted a picture of a rocky marriage with both individuals accused of infidelity and their children reporting they would often argue.

    Krista’s body has not been found, but several of her personal belongings such as jewelry and an iPhone were found in dumpsters around the Plover area. GPS data from Jason’s car put him near those dumpsters at around the time the items were found.

    He was also spotted on camera buying a box of large trash bags with cash the day she disappeared. K-9 officers also detected human remains throughout the Sypher home.

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    Poor woman. She was trapped in a jail marriage and her parents supported - and continue to support- her murder

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