Sarah kolb and adrianne reynolds
The Murder of Adrianne Reynolds & Other Stories: A Collection of True Crime by Pete BirdThe murder of Illinois teenager Adrianne Reynolds made national headlines after she was strangled and dismembered by two of her classmates, Sarah Anne Kolb and Cory Gregory in 2005. Sarah and Cory would take Adriennes body to Sarahs grandparents farm where they attempted to burn it to no avail. They would then recruit another friend to help dismember the body after which they would dump it in a historic site. The three then went and ate lunch at McDonalds to celebrate their crime. What would ever possess these teens to commit such a horrific crime?
Sarah Kolb – If She Couldn’t Have Her For Herself Then She’d Kill Her
As a nurse who works in an acute care setting, I find myself able to stomach the sort of things that those who choose other career paths might not be able to tolerate. A lunch break where I work usually involves eating as quickly as we possibly can, and being frequently interrupted to attend to situations that might ruin the average appetite. After cleaning up blood or other bodily substances, I wash my hands and return to our half-eaten meal for a couple more bites. A few days later, Cory Gregory lost the battle with his own conscience, and investigators were finally able to inform the Reynolds family that their daughter would not be coming home. Sixteen-year-old Adrianne Reynolds was much like any other teenage girl. Life was not perfect for her in Longview, Texas, so to improve her situation she moved in with her adopted father and step-mother in East Moline, Illinois.
She was beaten, strangled, burned, and dismembered by her classmates Sarah Anne Kolb and Cory Gregory on January 21, On the afternoon of January 21, , Sarah invited Adrianne to join her and Cory for lunch at Taco Bell ; on the way there, Sarah and Adrianne reportedly began fighting. After the murder, Sarah and Cory took Adrianne's body to Sarah's grandparents' farm in Aledo, Illinois , where they tried to burn it with gasoline. When it failed to burn after several hours, they recruited Nathan Gaudet, a year-old boy from Moline , to help dismember the body. Adrianne's parents reported her missing after she failed to show up to work at a nearby Checkers restaurant. Sarah Kolb and Cory Gregory were both charged with two counts of first-degree murder and concealment of a homicide on February 1, ; they both pleaded not guilty. Sarah was the first to go to trial, which began on October 31, , at the Rock Island County Courthouse.
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