*Updated July 28th, 2019 – please post any corrections in the comment section and I will update, thx.
SAVANNAH SPURLOCK FOUND DEAD; NAKED, BOUND WITH DUCT TAPE, DUMPED BY STORAGE SHED
Well guys, here we have another tragic case.
Savannah Spurlock, 22, went missing on Jan. 5th, 2019 after leaving a Lexington, Kentucky bar with three men. Video surveillance shows Spurlock leaving The Other Bar, and she appears to be very intoxicated.
Her Facebook says she is a “Beautiful mother of four: Noah, Jace, Zuri, and Zane
Taken from earth home to Heaven too soon.”
Initially, Savannah went out with a girlfriend. All she wanted was to have a good night out; the first night out since she gave birth to her two youngest twins in December. Sadly, these children will have no memories of their mommy.
I have not confirmed how they knew each other if you know, please comment. David (driving separate in his pickup), the two other men, and Savannah then drive 40 miles (about an hour) to a property owned by the Sparks family where David was residing in Garrand County.
Savannah video calls her mother around 2:30 am saying that she is okay and she will be home in the morning.
Unbeknownst to Savannah, the mother of four will never see her family or children again.
THE SEARCH FOR SAVANNAH BEGINS
Police released surveillance images of Savannah and the men she was with on January 8. If someone can figure out the names of the other two men, please post their names / social profiles in the comment section for me, and I will add it to the blog post.
Police searched the property, and the investigators seized David’s pickup.
On February 5, what would have been Savannah’s 23rd birthday, searches scour corn Kentucky cornfields and other areas near Garrand County.
“I HEARD SCREAMS” BUT I COULDN’T WAKE MY DRUNK HUSBAND
Neighbors of David Sparks heard screaming coming from the home of the night of the murder.
One neighbor fired someone was in trouble, but could not wake her husband.
Why the F*CK didn’t the neighbors call the police baffles me.
“RUMORS FLY THAT SAVANNAH DITCHED TOWN
Early in the investigation and before Savannah’s body was discovered naked, bound, and dumped near the storage shed, many starts speculating that maybe the mother of four left towns.
I did find two arrest citations for Savannah and pairing that with her appearing extremely drunk, we can speculate that she did have an alcohol problem.
Her mugshot and arrest bio claims police booked Savannah in Madison County, KY on dec. 21, 2018, for a DUI.
“SHE WAS SO DRUNK SHE COULDN’T SPEAK, IT WAS LIKE SHE COULDN’T SPEAK ENGLISH”
If this story isn’t awful enough already, the two other men who were with her that night recorded cell phone videos of Savannah performing sexual acts on them.
Reports also claim that one of these men were showing the videos at his work to co-workers.
DAVID’S COUSIN, JASON SPARKS, TAKES TO THE INTERNET WITH NEAR ILLEGIBLE RANTS
Maybe these angry Facebook messages from the cousin can help put the personality of David Sparks into perspective.
THE NEXT MORNING, DAVID TEXT HIS SISTER ASKING WHERE TO BUY A “NEW RUG”
“Hey, where did you get that rug? I’m going to get another one.”
Surveillance shows a receipt of purchase from Walmart the very next day.
REMAINS FOUND BEHIND PARENTS HOME
Police uncovered the remains of Savannah at the home of David Sparks’ parents home when neighbors reported a “foul odor” coming from the property.
The Richmond County Police were notified of a “foul odor” and “possible human remains” emanating from the back of the resident. Ironically it was David Sparks father, Allen Sparks – a local pastor, who first informed the police of the odor.
Spurlock was found naked, bound with duct tape, and doubled over inside several garbage bags.
As of this time, her cause of death has not been determined by the medical examiner, or at least it isn’t public knowledge yet.
SOMEBODY, PLEASE LOCK UP THIS MONSTER
This 23-year-old monster, Sparks was charged with abuse of a corpse and tampering with physical evidence.
We are still waiting for news on upcoming court dates.
There have been no charges, yet, issued to the two other men who may have been involved in Savannah’s murder.