(Brooke Bickford – Alpha Media) Justice for those whose homicide cases have grown cold over the years is all family and friends can ask for most times.
In Fort Dodge, Lorri Alexander, Wendel Clark, Greg Howell, Angela Altman, Bertha Mae Foy, Lisa McCuddin and Donald Preston are all still remembered and loved, but justice has not been found.
Donald was Pat Preston’s older brother.
The day after Christmas six years ago Pat was called upon to identify his body.
Donald Preston’s body was found by a farmer in a farm field, the cause of death was a gunshot wound and the case was determined to be a homicide.
For the Preston family, the years continue to pass, but it never gets any easier.
“It never gets old to you. You relive it every day and wonder why,” Preston said. “Who takes a life and destroys it like that.”
Preston is hopeful that advances in DNA will help bring justice to his family and maybe someone will come forward so that his family, in particular his mother can have peace.
“She had a really hard time this year. She’s usually a very strong woman but she kinda lost it this Christmas,” he said. “I want to see justice done for my mom.”
It is never too late to do the right thing. If you know anything about the murders of Donald Preston, Wendel Clark, Lorri Alexander, Angela Altman, Lisa McCuddin, Bertha Mae Foy, Greg Howell or any others please contact Webster County Crime Stoppers.
For information leading to an arrest in the Christmas morning murder of 46 year old Montreail Dungy please contact the Fort Dodge Police Department at 573-1444 or Webster County Crime Stoppers at 800-542-9702.