Cold Case on the Murder of Elena Sanchez Hawkins
State Police Need Information on the case of Elena Sanchez Hawkins - Found on January 08, 1992
Elena Sanchez Hawkins body was found ago.
Description: The Kentucky State Police request help in resolving the murder of Elena Sanchez Hawkins, 700 Bardstown Road (U.S. 62) Elizabethtown, KY. Mrs. Hawkins' body was discovered at her residence on the morning of January 08, 1992. Her wrists had been bound, she had been sexually assaulted, and her throat was cut. She died as a result of a loss of blood.
Mrs. Hawkins husband had called her at 7:00am (EST) that morning in order for her to put their eldest son on the bus. Her husband called again at approximately 10:00am (EST) when their three-year-old son told him his mother was bleeding. Mr. Hawkins rushed home from work to find his wife dead. Kentucky State Police were called to the scene immediately thereafter. It is believed Mrs. Hawkins knew her assailant. An older model pickup truck, believed to be a Datsun, was seen in the driveway at approximately 7:30am (after her son had been put on the bus). The truck was described as being flat black in color, a short bed, with a standard cab, and no chrome. It had "tie-down" hooks, and the bed was fitted with a "metal" topper.
Investigators from Post 4 Elizabethtown are asking anyone with information regarding this murder to contact the investigations on the Murder of Elena Sanchez Hawkins. Anyone with information can contact Lt. Ezra Stout with the Kentucky State Police Post 4 Elizabethtown, Kentucky at (270) 766-5078 or e-mail him at Ezra.Stout@ky.gov.
Investigating Officer Contact Information
Kentucky State Police Post 4
1055 North Mulberry
Elizabethtown, KY 42701-0490
OFFICERS: Lt. Ezra Stout
PHONE: (270) 766-5078
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However, if you need to report information that is of an emergency nature, please contact the Kentucky State Police toll free at 1-800-222-5555 (in the state of Kentucky only, does not work out of state) or call your local police/sheriff department at 911.