COINCIDENCE, MISSING OR MURDER?

Updated: Oct 21, 2020

Roger Wade Ayscue "Kojak" is the brother of Kimberly Hancock who was charged in the murder of Debbie Deans who went missing 15 years ago.


After a tip to Fighting Crime Debbie Deans body was found behind the residence of Kimberly Kay Privette Hancock in a shallow grave among trash and debris back in October 2019. Hancock was charged with 1st degree murder the same day.


Hancock was also arrested in 1989 and charged with manslaughter after killing her father. He was shot in the face while he slept. She spent less than a year in prison for that crime as she claimed that her father abused her.


There has been much speculation around the disappearance of Roger Wade Ayscue "Kojak", since Hancock's arrest. Many have stated that "Kojak" knew about his sister killing Debbie Deans and she feared he would tell authorities so she then killed "Kojak".


There has also been speculation that his body is buried under a cement slab somewhere in Franklin or Nash County.


There has been no hard evidence of either stories.


Someone knows what happened to "Kojack". All we need is a little more information so that the family can have peace and justice.


The disappearance of Roger Ayscue is a Franklin County case and they are offering a $5000 reward.


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FRANKLIN COUNTY MISSING PERSON CASE. ALSO FROM CASTALIA AREA.


ROGER WADE AYSCUE also known by friends as “Kojak” would be around 50 years old now.


He was reported missing from Franklin County in September 2009 after family members were unable to reach him since July of 2009. A Silver Alert was issued at the time and then cancelled after 90 days. Silver Alerts only run for 90 days.


Franklin County Sheriff’s Department has a $5000 reward for information on his whereabouts.


If you have any information on the disappearance of ROGER WADE AYSCUE contact Fighting Crime at 252-406-6736 or Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.


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