CHAUTAUQUA LAKE, N.Y. (WIVB) — Ken Anderson appeared in court Wednesday in Kentucky, some 500 miles away from the home records show he still owns in Asheville. It’s a home he shared not only with his former wife Corrie, who’s been missing since 2008, but his most current wife, who he’s accused of kidnapping and raping at a motel in Richmond.
Ken Anderson’s Nov. 8 arrest has opened old wounds for Corrie’s family.
“It just scared me for her, scared me because it’s yet another woman’s life that’s going to be absolute hell because of this man,” said Corrie’s daughter, Shannon Hillerby, who was 14 when her mother disappeared.
Corrie was never found, no one was charged, and state police cleared her ex-husband, although she had a restraining order against him, just like his most recent victim.
“She would perpetually lock her doors and windows, even in the middle of summer, because she was petrified o him coming in,” Boardman said.
“New York had already given us a heads up on everything, so we know what to look for anyway,” said Richmond Maj. Steve Gregg. “He’s the main suspect in that and they believe she’s deceased.”
But Ken Anderson is at this point not a suspect in Corrie’s disappearance, not even a person of interest, according to state police investigators. Simply put, it’s far too early to determine. And without key evidence — namely a body — state police cannot rule her disappearance as a death.