Inmate Name: Timothy Papp
Victims Name: Roxie Ann Keathley (Age 9)
Inmate Number: A151436
Offenses: Murder, Rape- Under 12, Complicity Agg. Murder
Minimum/ Maximum Sentence: 10 Years – Life
Next Parole Hearing: March 2013
PLEASE BLOCK THIS MAN’S PAROLE
On March 12, 1973, nine-year-old Roxie Ann Keathley returned from school to the apartment complex in which she lived. Timothy Papp, his wife and his child were also residents of the complex. Papp was living alone because his wife and child had left him three days earlier. To obtain spending money, Roxie would often go from apartment to apartment asking the residents for their pop bottles. About 3:30 p.m. on March 12, 1973, Roxie and her sister, Tammy, saw Papp in the parking lot and asked him if he had any pop bottles. Papp said that he had some, but that Roxie should return later. Instead of returning home to dinner with Tammy, Roxie said she had something else to do. Roxie was last seen alive about 5:00 p.m. on March 12, 1973. A man in a white trench coat was seen talking to Roxie about this time. After searching for Roxie without success during the evening hours of March 12, her mother called the police about 10:00 p.m. and reported Roxie missing. An extensive search for Roxie was made by sheriff’s deputies and volunteer searchers, but she could not be found. READ MORE HERE---------------------------------------------
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