America's Most Wanted...
Apparently, Jason and Lindsay's murder case was featured on "America's Most Wanted" this past Saturday, August 28. Read the Press Release from the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office:
This is an update on the Lindsay Cutshall/Jason Allen murder investigation.
The television program “America’s Most Wanted” is scheduled to air a segment on this murder case tonight. This program has assisted local law enforcement in capturing over eight hundred wanted persons. Our hope is that useful information might develop through coverage by this popular television program. Tips will first come in through Washington D.C., and then be forwarded to Sonoma County Sheriff’s detectives, who will be standing by to evaluate them and then react as needed.
In the effort to solve this case, we have been afforded full assistance and cooperation throughout the law enforcement community. At all levels of law enforcement, we have both sought and been offered useful help by many different agencies and resources. This includes the FBI, which is aiding us through the use of specialized software that catalogs and sorts investigative leads and tips. This software has sophisticated capabilities for querying and correlating information that comes to us from many different sources. Also, agencies such as the California Department of Justice Bureau of Forensic Science have been assisting us in evidence evaluation and processing.
We continue to receive assistance from other agencies as well. These include California State Parks, the Santa Rosa Police Department, and the Sonoma County District Attorney’s Office. Numerous outlying agencies have provided assistance by facilitating our detectives’ investigative work in their jurisdiction, etc.
We continue to commit our full resources into this investigation.
Prepared by Lt. Dave Edmonds, Investigations Bureau manager -- Reference CR# 040818-034