Lindsay C. Cutshall
[09/09/81 - 08/15/04]

Lindsay & Jason
Jason S. Allen
[05/16/78 - 08/15/04]

♥ "The sun is going down on the horizon, and all I see is the beams shining on the cliff face, and I know that God is awesome. I look around and see His Creation all around me." --Lindsay ♥                                                                                 ♥ "As I stir this Mac & Cheese, I think to myself, what a wonderful life. I've just spent two awesome days with my fiance, Lindsay. Can life ever be so perfect? Only with a person who is so great. God gives me this privilege in life and He has given me a wonderful woman to enjoy it with." --Jason ♥                                                                                 ♥ "Live for things in heaven, not on earth." --Lindsay ♥                                                                                 ♥ "Heaven will be a wonderful place of no suffering, hurt, loneliness; it's a great thing to look forward to." --Lindsay ♥

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Sonoma County Press Release

Jenner Double Homicide Investigation
Posted Tuesday, August 19, 2008 at 1:12 PM
Jenner Double Homicide Investigation
Fourth Anniversary

This week marks the fourth anniversary of the murder of Jason Allen and Lindsay Cutshall. The bodies of 22 year-old Lindsay Cutshall and 26 year-old Jason Allen were located on a beach just north of Jenner, California on August 18th, 2004. Cutshall and Allen each died of gunshot wounds to the head. The weapon used in the crime is believed to be a .45 caliber Marlin rifle, a semi-automatic or lever action. This weapon has not been recovered.

Both Cutshall and Allen were Christian missionaries, who had been working at a Christian Camp in El Dorado County, They were due to be married in September, 2004.

On Monday, August 16, 2004, a missing persons report was filed with the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department when the couple failed to return from a weekend trip. Their bodies were discovered two days later on Fish Head Beach, near Jenner.

The case has attracted international attention and information regarding the investigation has been aired on America’s Most Wanted and 20 Most Shocking Unsolved Crimes.

To date, over twelve hundred tips have been fielded and entered into a law enforcement database. Each of these tips has been followed-up on. Every week new tips continue to come in and are entered into the database and followed-up on as well.

This case has been an on-going investigation, which the Sheriff’s Department remains committed to solving, by bringing the responsible person(s) to justice.

Currently, there is $60,000.00 of reward money for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for this crime. Governor Schwarzenegger’s Office has offered $50,000.00 and the Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation has offered $10,000.00.

Press Release prepared by Sergeant Tim Duke

For questions regarding this press release, contact Sgt Tim Duke at (707) 565-2185. Reference Crime Report #040818-034.


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