Where is Kryder's Money?

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Ten Years After

The 1976 Filing of a Blank Warrant
State of Indiana vs. Frank Harry Kryder, deceased in 1966

Walter P. Helmke Prosecutor
R.David Boyer Deputy Prosecutor

The PR was startled to find this bit of documentation filed in the Allen County Court Records and there are several curious aspects to this warrant:

1. This case is indexed in the Official Records of Allen County,Indiana in 1976, 10 years after the death of Frank Kryder. The Warrant is marked "Cancelled/Deceased."

2. The Warrant was never signed.

3. In the PR's state of residence, records concerning minor children are as a rule sealed.

4.The complaint was filed by the mother of the child seven days after the alleged assault.

The PR wrote to a Carl Mason on Bradford Drive in Fort Wayne for information. Thereafter the PR received a phone call from someone claiming to be Carla Jean Mason during which the PR obtained the following explanation:

Carla Jean Mason was taken by her mother to Frank Kryder's apartment to handle some sort of secretarial duties in the afternoon. He immediately assaulted her. Carla claims she never spoke to the Police and everything was handledby her mother. She also claimed her mother died in 1973 when according to the SSDI it appears she may not have died until 1983.

     
Disclaimer: The Personal Representative of this family believes that evidence exists which calls into question the integrity of certain individuals who controlled the bulk of the Kryder Family's property. The PR believes that an assortment of estate documents filed in Allen County, Indiana, from an assortment of related estates, do not represent the entire truth. The information published on this website follows eight years of research. It is Public Information cited from documents recorded in the State of Indiana, and from other genuine publications. One or two statements were made directly to the Personal Representative in letters or on the phone. Experts have been consulted at considerable expense. Due to the evasiveness of fiduciaries, relatives, and known associates of the Kryders, the Personal Representative is of the opinion that harm and injustice have been done to a family entitled to protection under the PROBATE CODE OF INDIANA. This is an opinion, not the conclusion of the Personal Representative. Corrections are welcomed and will be promptly acknowledged and applied. Links to the world wide web do not imply endorsement by this site or by the Personal Representative. estate@frankkryder.com

 

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2001