Scott Kimball prison owned baseball cap

Scott Kimball prison owned baseball cap

100.00

Scott Lee Kimball (born September 21, 1966) is a convicted serial killer from Boulder County, Colorado. He is serving a 70-year sentence after pleading guilty in 2009 to the murders of Kaysi McLeod, 19; Jennifer Marcum, 25; LeAnn Emry, 24; and Kimball's uncle, Terry Kimball, 60. All four victims died between January 2003 and August 2004, while Kimball was on "supervised release" after a prior check fraud conviction, serving as an FBI informant. Marcum remains missing and is presumed dead, while the other three bodies were recovered in remote Colorado and Utah locations.

Kimball has boasted to friends of multiple other murders, but authorities have uncovered no direct evidence corroborating his claims.

In September 2010, it was reported that the FBI was investigating Kimball as a possible suspect in the murder and mutilation of a woman found in Westminster, Colorado, in October 2004, while Kimball lived in the area under FBI supervision. In December 2010, Kimball told a cousin that he had been proposed as a suspect in the West Mesa murders in New Mexico, which were committed during the same 2003-2005 time period. He denied involvement.

Kimball is currently serving his sentence at the Sterling Correctional Facility.

Included is the original receipt for the baseball cap. Kimball has wrote out a COA, which is signed in full.

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