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  • Uncategorized 26.02.2009

    Kyle Gene Deemer

    Friday afternoon Jessica Dawn Deemer, soon-to-be ex-wife to the gentleman pictured to the left, and her boyfriend Bryce Lee Mercer were headed to Mercer’s parent’s house when Kyle Gene Deemer ran them off the road on Highway 14 north in a rural part of Marshall County, Iowa. Their car was found in a ditch to the side of the road and the couple was found lying shot to death at the side of the road. Police received a call around 5:30pm informing them of the crash and a possible shooting and when police arrived they were told that the assailant had taken off in his silver pickup truck headed north.

    Deemer was sighted and given chase by the Eldorado Police Department in
    Hardin County. Eventually he went off the road and Deemer tried to flee
    on foot. He was found and arrested later in the southern part of the
    county, has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder and is
    currently being held in the Marshall County Jail in Marshalltown.

    The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office have released the following two press releases since the shooting:

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

    CONTACT:

    Chief Deputy Burt Tecklenburg

    Marshall County Sheriff’s Office

    641-754-6380

    Fax 641-754-6325

    Sheriff@co.marshall.ia.us

    www.marshallcountysheriff.com

    Additional on double homicide

    Highway 14 north, in rural Marshall County – Addition information to the Media Release by Marshall County

    Sheriff’s Office that was dated 10/18/2008:

    “Double Homicide in Marshall County”

    The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office would like to release the names of the individuals involved in the above listed incident on 10/17/2008:

    Deceased located at scene along Highway 14;

    Jessica Dawn Deemer – Age 24 of Waukee, Iowa

    Bryce Lee Mercer – Age 24 of West Des Moines, Iowa

    Suspect arrested on warrants from Marshall County and Charged with two(2) counts of Murder in the First Degree;

    Kyle Gene Deemer – Age 27 of West Des Moines, Iowa Suspect is being held in Marshall County Jail.

    NOTE: (photo available under the welcome tab in the historical area of
    www.marshallcountysheriff.com)

    The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office and the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation would like to thank all those who contributed to and assisted in this investigation.

    Autopsy’s are being performed by the Iowa State Medical Examiner’s Office in Des Moines, Iowa. Any inquiries that pertain to the outcome of the Medical Examiner’s investigation should be directed to that office or the Office of the Marshall County Attorney.

    At this time, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office will issue no further statements or interviews to media outlets due to preparation for the prosecution of the suspect. Any inquiries should be routed to Marshall County Attorney, Jennifer Miller at 641/754-6314.

    Sheriff Ted G. Kamatchus

    Marshall County Sheriff’s Office

    ORIGINAL MEDIA RELEASE of 10/18/2008:

    At appx. 17:30 hrs on 10/17/2008 the Marshall County Communications Center received a 911 call indicating that a possible motor vehicle accident had occurred in the 1300 mile of Sanford Ave(Hwy 14) in Marshall County. Subsequent 911 calls indicated that there were shots fired at the scene.

    Deputies from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office as well as the Green Mountain Fire Department and First Responders were dispatched to the location.

    Upon arrival, the responding agencies discovered two (2) victims along side the roadway, as well as a car in the east ditch. Preliminary investigation indicated that a male and a female, in their 20’s, had been shot and killed on scene. The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation was called to the scene to work with investigators from the Marshall
    County Sheriff’s Office.

    Witnesses stated that a suspect fled the scene northbound on Hwy 14 in a silver pickup truck. Deputies were able to determine a description and possible license number of the suspect vehicle. Surrounding law enforcement agencies were notified of the fleeing vehicle’s description. Shortly after the notification was sent out, the Eldora Police
    Department located the suspect vehicle and a chase ensued. Several local, county and state officers joined in the pursuit with the chase ending in northwest Hardin County due to the vehicle leaving the roadway.

    The immediate area surrounding the vehicle’s location was secured and a search started. Later in the evening, the suspect was apprehended, by the Iowa State Patrol, without incident while he was on foot in southern Hamilton County.

    The suspect was taken into custody and charged with two(2) counts of Murder in the First Degree. At this time, the suspect is being held in the Marshall County Jail, without bond.

    Names of the victims and the suspect are being with-held pending notification of their immediate families. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office anticipates submitting an updated News Release, with the names, later in the afternoon on 10/18/2008.

    No other information will be available until released via placement on our website.

    Sheriff Ted G. Kamatchus

    About Marshall County Sheriff’s Office

    The Marshall County, Iowa Sheriff’s Office is headed up by Sheriff Ted G. Kamatchus. Sheriff Kamatchus is committed to keeping communities and neighborhoods safe in Marshall County.

    For additional information or a sample copy, contact:

    Chief Deputy Burt Tecklenburg

    Marshall County Sheriff’s Office

    641-754-6380

    Fax 641-754-6325

    Sheriff@co.marshall.ia.us

    www.marshallcountysheriff.com

    # # #

    Aside from the fact that two people are dead, one of the sadder aspects of this case as I understand it is that Jessica and Kyle also had a son who is now without a mother or father. From comments I have read (unsubstantiated as of right now) Kyle and Jessica were in the process of getting a divorce and something about it is what triggered Kyle’s reaction and subsequent murder of Jessica and Bryce. Regardless of the fact that they were not yet divorced there just is no sane reason in the world to have killed them. Deemer does seem to have a pretty extensive criminal history according to court records in the State of Iowa as well. That doesn’t necessarily signify that he would kill someone but it does show the progression in his criminal activity since he was around 20 years old. If there is any from his teenage years I couldn’t find it, but of course that stuff would be sealed anyway.
    I haven’t found any kind of conclusive online information for any of them. Lot’s of links that may or may not be these folks but I’m not going to post them until I have more information.
    Updates Below:

    jessicaluedtke.jpg

    The Piersbacher Funeral Home web site has Jessica Luedtke Deemer’s obituary online. Her funeral is on Wednesday morning and the family is asking that any donations be made to the Ty Deemer Trust Fund. Here is the obituary in it’s entirety:
    Jessica Dawn Luedtke Deemer of Waukee, Iowa formerly of Chariton, Iowa died Friday, October 17, 2008 near Marshalltown, Iowa at the age of 24. 
    Jessica was born in Iowa City, Iowa on July 17, 1984 to Kevin and Lori (Greubel) Luedtke. She was raised on a farm near Chariton along with Jason, her brother, and Jamie, her sister. 
    Jessica attended school at Russell Community School until her sophomore year and transferred to Chariton High School. She was a dedicated student and loved to learn. Jessica graduated salutatorian from Chariton High School in 2002. She had completed enough college courses and entered into Indian Hills Community College as a sophomore. In 2003 Jessica earned her Associates Degree and went on to further her education at Simpson College in Indianola. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Marketing in 2005. 
    Many memories were made during Jessica’s high school years as she worked her first job in the pumpkin fields with her family. She also worked at Double Dip for Annie and Becca where Jessica was a very dedicated and loved employee. At the time of her death Jessica was employed at Principal Financial in Des Moines as a compliance associate. 
    Jessica had one son Ty Deemer age 6. Above all, her greatest joy was being Ty’s mom. She had a big heart and would sacrifice all for those she loved. Jessica was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside. 
    Jessica was a genuine friend to all. She was a natural when it came to decorating. Whether it was a friend’s wedding cake or painting Ty’s room, her creativity was endless. She has always loved to exercise and recently began biking and running. This past year Jessica participated in RAGBRAI, the Dam to Dam Run, and Living History Farms Race. She enjoyed the challenge and was always the one encouraging her friends along the way. 
    Jessica is survived by her son Ty, her parents Kevin and Lori Luedtke, brother Jason Luedtke, sister Jamie Luedtke, all of Chariton, Iowa; grandparents: Bob and Colene Greubel, Lacona, Iowa; Orville and Joy Luedtke, Des Moines, Iowa; Joan and Bill Elliott, Indianola, Iowa; great grandparents: Paul and Veda Miller, Lacona, Iowa; mother-in-law Brenda Rumley, Chariton, Iowa; sister-in-law Ashley Rumley, Ottumwa, Iowa; grandmother Wilma Deemer, Lucas, Iowa; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. 
    Services will be held Wednesday, October 22, 2008 at 10:30 a.m. at Pierschbacher Funeral Home in Chariton, Iowa with Pastor Eric Hann and Pastor Paul Olson officiating. Burial in Salem Cemetery in Lucas County, Iowa. 
    The family asks that memorials be made to Ty Deemer Trust Fund.
    The funeral for Bryce Mercer will be taking place on Friday. You can view the obituary (also below) as well as the service schedule here.
    brycemercer.jpg
    Bryce L. Mercer was born June 4, 1984 in Waterloo, IA, the son of Randy and Vivian Olive Mercer. Bryce received his education in the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Schools where he graduated from high school in the Class of 2002. He continued his education at Wartburg College in Waverly where he received a double major in Finance and Economics. Bryce also was a student athlete at Wartburg and was a member of the football team for 4 years. Following graduation he took a job with Principal Financial Group in Des Moines where he currently was employed. Bryce’s death came on Friday, October 17, 2008 at the age of 24 years. Bryce enjoyed all sports including NASCAR. He also enjoyed his recent trips with friends to the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox’s games. Recently had returned from the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos game. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather Russell Olive. He is survived by his parents, Randy and Vivian Mercer of Gladbrook, one sister Justina (Derek) Brant and their daughter Kennedy of Albertville, MN, his maternal grandmother, Pat Olive (Paul) Farris of West Des Moines, and paternal grandparents Eugene and Joyce Mercer of Gladbrook. A memorial fund has been established with F & M Bank in Tama, Gladbrook, and Marshalltown.

    Updated – Jessica Deemer Luedtke is to be interred on Wednesday morning. The update and obituary are at the end of the post.

    Update 2 – Information on the funeral as well as the obituary for Bryce Mercer has also been added to the end of the post.

    Update
    3 November 3rd 2008 – Kyle Deemer provided a written plea of Not Guilty
    this past Friday in the shooting deaths of his estranged wife and her
    boyfriend. The trial date has been set for January 13th but that may
    have to be extended.

    Update
    4 – Kyle Deemer’s trial was originally scheduled for last month
    (January) but it has been rescheduled. He will be on trial for two
    counts of first degree murder on August 25th. I guess since it’s such
    an awful capital murder the attorneys felt that they needed more time
    for discovery.

    Update 5 9/23/09
    – Last month the trial that was supposed to begin on August 25th was
    rescheduled to November 16th. Along with having the trial rescheduled
    there was to be a hearing last week for a motion requesting a change of
    venue. I haven’t yet found whether the location change has been granted
    or not but if it was that may also delay the trial even more.

    Update VI 10/27/09 – As Rich noted in the comments the trial has been moved to Dakota City (Humboldt County). It is still scheduled to start on November 16th.

    Sources and Related Entries:
    http://www.iowacourts.state.ia.us/

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    11 Comments to "Kyle Gene Deemer Killed His Ex-Wife"

    • pat & Tracy parks says:

      Why do you use the term gentleman? That is an over used term. The title of gentleman is bestowed on a man for being courteous or gracious with a strong sense of honor. Not just any male is a gentleman, much less a man.
      This is no gentleman.

    • Richard says:

      You are damn sure right about that. I’ve been getting a lot of hate mail lately about calling people douchebags and scumbuckets so I figured a change would be nice. We all know what Kyle Deemer is so it doesn’t really matter what I call him.

    • jae says:

      I still haven’t found a obituary for Bryce Mercer- Iowa should have the death penalty and this freak Kyle Deemer should be the first one in the chair— wait maybe he shouldn’t have been such a coward and should have shot himself instead of two people he was jealous and angry of

    • Richard says:

      I haven’t seen an obituary for him either. I read a newspaper report yesterday that said the funeral services were still pending at the Overton Funeral Home in Traer. Ahh, just found it here. I will also add it to the post as well. The viewing is today and the funeral on Friday.

    • Kristie says:

      Iowa needs the death penality. Deemer deserves not to live not breathe another breath. He is a coward. When their was a restraining order out against him for Jessica, it just showed what a low life piece of crap he is. He did not care about little Ty to grow up with out his mommy. Obviously Jessica was leaving the low life who was not worth anything. He only knew how to abuse verbally, physically, and mentally. I hope he gets the shit kicked out of him in prision. He should of not been such a coward and turned the gun on himself, he did not care what life he took. Bryce was everything this piece of crap would never of dreamt about being. May he rot in hell.

    • Mike says:

      still haven’t found a obituary for Bryce Mercer- Iowa should have the death penalty and this freak Kyle Deemer should be the first one in the chair— wait maybe he shouldn’t have been such a coward

    • Scott says:

      I would like to know more about the restraining order. I agree captain douchebag (kyle) is a coward, but I want to see him rot in jail for life, with a friend named bubba that is in to guys

    • Chris says:

      Can you please tell me the where you are able to find the details about the guilty plea? I grew up with Kyle and was friend of Jessica’s. Obviously this whole situation has been disturbing and disgusting to me. Kyle is clearly not a boy I grew up with. His guilty plea is now requiring some very good friends of mine to face him and testify against him. I live far away now so the internet is really my only way to follow. I was unable to find those details anywhere else. Where did you get them?
      Thanks,
      Chris A.

    • Dorothy says:

      I grew up in Chariton and Kyle was always a piece of shit. I also hope he gets fucked by Bubba in prison.

    • alex says:

      I have known bryce my entire life and kyle should rot for taking such a great guy from the world.
      I always considered bryce my superman. he was the sweetest man a live and I hope karma kicks kyle’s butt for what he has done

    • rich says:

      Trial moved to Dakota City (Humboldt County). Trial date still set for Nov. 16, 2009. Hopefully moving the trial to a new venue won’t change the outcome and this animal will spend the rest of his life behind bars. I still feel for their little boy.
      http://www.timesrepublican.com/page/content.detail/id/519898.html?nav=5005

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