Portland, Ore. – a friend of missing Kyron Horman’s step-mother is speaking, according to OregonLive. On Saturday, Terri Horman is scheduled to take a second polygraph test in the disappearance of 7-year-old Kyron Horman who went missing from his school the morning of June 4 following a science fair.
Citizens of Oregon and the nation have been desperate for more information regarding Kyron Horman’s case and more reports on the boy’s step-mother are finally surfacing. Is Terri Horman a prime suspect in this mysterious disappearance of Kyron Horman? While police aren’t officially stating that, Kyron’s step-mother is obviously the foremost person of interest thus far.
Friend of Kyron Horman’s Step-Mother Speaks – Police Want the Public’s Help Investigating Terri Horman
On Friday police held a brief news conference to report they are circulating a flier with several photos of Kyron’s step-mother for those around, in, or near Skyline Elementary School the day he disappeared. The flier also pictures the white Ford F250 pick-up truck she drove Kyron to school in. The flier has a questionnaire regarding when and where they may have spotted Terri Horman the hours between 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. that fateful day. The questions are due Sunday, June 20th at Skyline Elementary School in Portland.
Friend of Kyron Horman’s Step-Mother Speaks – Terri Horman Focal Point in Investigation
Kyron Horman’s stepmother has since been the focal point in this entire investigation. Terri Horman is the last to have seen the missing boy, as she claims she witnessed him walking down the hallway to his classroom after they toured projects at the science fair. Various reports have highlighted the facts some of Terri Horman’s details have not added up.
Friend of Kyron Horman’s Step-Mother Speaks – Terri Horman’s Friend Comes Forward
Longtime friend of Terri Horman, Jaymie Finster, told Oregon Live that Horman is “tired and frustrated with the intensity of the questioning she’s been getting.”
How does Terri feel about taking a second polygraph – a polygraph designed to assist in finding the missing boy? Finster says “she’s not very happy about it.”
Jaymie Finster has known Terri Horman since their years in Roseburg at junior high school. They’ve been close friends and even worked together at the Hillsboro School District. Finster is a special ed teacher there. She said Terri and her husband, Kaine – Kyron’s biological father – are exhausted from the arduous investigation.
Finster claims Terri Horman said, “I just don’t know what’s going on. This is what I did that day.”
Friend of Kyron Horman’s Step-Mother Speaks – This Could be the Reason Why Kyron was Marked Absent
Finster may have added another theory to why the teacher marked Kyron absent the day he went missing from school. She elaborated that Terri Horman had let the teacher know the day before that she was taking Kyron to the doctor on Friday, June 11. According to Finster, Terri had given Kyron’s teacher some paperwork to fill out regarding the appointment.
Jaymie Finster said when Terri Horman talked to the teacher about Kyron not getting off the bus, the teacher told Terri that she thought he was going to the doctor that day, getting the dates mixed up.
Terri Horman told her longtime friend, Finster, that the boy’s teacher was new in the school, her first year teaching, and that she was hard of hearing in one ear.
Finster said of the conversation, “She doesn’t know if she understood her.”
Friend of Kyron Horman’s Step-Mother Speaks – Terri Horman Not an Official Suspect
The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office made it clear in the Friday news conference that the flier is intended to help people’s recollections and does not mean Terri Horman is an official suspect in the missing case.
“Terri is the last known person to have seen Kyron before he disappeared,” Capt. Gates said in the briefing. “We are releasing this information at this time in hope that it helps jog people’s memory of that day.”
Terri Horman isn’t an official suspect, but it’s likely she won’t be off the hook anytime soon. She may not like having the polygraph test a second time, but it’s understandable she must do all she can for Kyron. Exhaustion has set in and the process is very grueling. It’s important to remember a precious member of their family is or has endured far worse.
With an eight hour delay for investigators to get on this missing child’s case the day he disappeared, there’s a lot of gaps to fill in on Terri Horman’s daily activities and phone calls made that day. The authorities must conduct extensive interviews with school staff, friends of Kyron’s and their parents.
One friend of Terri Horman has talked, but what else can we expect to hear? The interest in this case is nationwide as investigators dig deeper and polygraphs take place.
Flier of Kyron Horman’s step-mother, Terri Horman here