Friday, May 24, 2024


Late this afternoon Iowa Police were alerted to be on the look out for Jerwoody Moler who was responsible for the murder of K’Lynn Kohr whose body was found in her home in Huntsville on Monday. Texas Rangers and Huntsville police had tracked him using cell phone tracking technology. He was tracked to Council Bluffs, Iowa.

It was thought he would go to Alabama, Colorado or Arkansas.

After the attempt to locate was put out Iowa Highway Patrol Trooper Tom Clark saw the vehicle described on Interstate 80 and followed it to a Super Target on Mills Civic Parkway.

It was there he put Moler on the ground at gunpoint until help arrived. A second passenger in the vehicle believed to be a hitch-hiker was also detained.

It is believed that after Mohler killed K’Lynn he fled the state in his bosses truck from the wholesale electrical and plumbing supply in Huntsville that he worked. He was spotted on video in Dallas pawning tools that were in the vehicle.

He was paroled from TDC in June and was at a Christian Half-way house in New Waverly.

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