Thursday, February 28, 2013
After the death of Dunedin High grad Jason Paul, family members, friends and neighbors gathered in Crest Lake Park to remember and move forward.
A bagpipe solo and candles illuminating a path inside Crest Lake Park on Feb. 23 honored the life of stabbing victim Jason Paul. The candlelight vigil, which featured a Dunedin High bagpiper, is part to show support for the family and for Crest Lake Park, said JoAnna Siskin, president of the Skycrest Neighborhood Association. Paul, a 2008 Dunedin High grad, was bicycling home from work and a quick stop at the store shortly before he stabbed near Crest Lake Park in Clearwater on Jan. 6. Clearwater Police still are looking for a suspect, motive and weapon. More events are being planned to bring a more positive energy to the park, she said. Some of those events include a spoken word night, chalk art night and doggy date night. Anyone with …
Thursday, February 21, 2013
A memorial for Jason Paul, a Dunedin High grad who was found stabbed to death near Crest Lake Park in Clearwater, is planned for 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23.
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Thursday, February 21
It is 51 days since Jason Paul was stabbed and left for dead near Crest Lake Park. Paul was bicycling home from work and a quick stop at the store when he was found stabbed Jan. 6. Clearwater Police still are looking for a suspect, weapon and motive into the city’s first homicide of 2013. While detectives run down leads, supporters are planning a candlelight vigil to honor the Dunedin High School graduate on Feb. 23 at Crest Lake Park. JoAnna Siskin, president of the Skycrest Neighborhood Association, said the group wanted to show its support. Renee Langfritz, Paul’s mother, was full of emotions when she found out about the planned community memorial. “It just seems like something we’re dealing with,” Langfritz said. “To have the support, …
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
A Facebook page was recently created in an effort to solve the Jan. 6 murder. The 22-year-old Dunedin High graduate's body was discovered a block from his house at a Clearwater park.
Friends of stabbing victim Jason Paul are taking to social media in an effort to solve his murder. The "Please Help Solve Jason Paul’s Homocide" Facebook page was recently created. It had more than 230 fans as of Monday evening. Clearwater Police detectives say Paul, 22, a 2008 Dunedin High graduate, was riding his bike home from work at Sunset Point Road and U.S. 19. He stopped at Walmart and bought some cleaning supplies. They were found still strapped to his bike when his body was discovered a block from his house at 12:40 a.m. on Glenwood Avenue near Crest Lake Park. Police still are seeking a suspect in Paul’s murder. Renee' Paul Langfritz, Paul's mother, commented on the Facebook page: "anyone who has any info please don't be afraid …