Friends and family of Kelly Glover, who was murdered in a shotgun ambush on a remote country road in 2015, will gather in Grahn next month to both honor his memory and call for renewed attention to his unsolved case.
“There’s evidence that’s not been processed. There’s leads to follow,” his sister Patty Glover said this week while organizing the rally set for 1 p.m. on March 16 at Grahn School and Community Center.
“It has been four years the 13th of this month,” his sister noted, adding “This is a rally for everybody to show support for Kelly and let them know we won’t stand for the lack of answers.”
Glover wants continued cooperation with police, but makes it clear she and others are frustrated by the investigation.
“I could understand if there was no new information, but there is lots to consider,” she said.
Supporters have also proposed increased use of social media to bring attention to the need for further investigation, as well as the possibility of hiring a private investigator, she said.
On February 13, 2015, Kentucky State Police Post 8 Morehead received a complaint of an unresponsive male subject located in a rural part of Elliott County. Kelly Lee Glover, 49, of Olive Hill, Kentucky was found deceased from a gunshot wound.
Kentucky State Police Post 8 Morehead is still actively investigating the homicide and investigators are asking the public for any information regarding this investigation.
If you have any information please contact the Kentucky State Police Post 8 Morehead at 606-784-4127.