Two Indictments in High Profile Starkville Murders

STARKVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — A Lafeyette County grand jury has handed down indictments in two high-profile Starkville murder cases. In the first, grand jurors on Friday indicted Matthew Kinne, saying he shot and killed Dominique Clayton on May 20. The indictment says Kinne, then an Oxford police officer, broke into Clayton’s house to assault her. Clayton’s relatives say she and Kinne were in a relationship. Her 8-year-old son found her shot in the back of the head. Also indicted was University of Mississippi student Brandon Theesfeld of Fort Worth, Texas, in the kidnapping and killing Alexandria “Ally” Kostial of Kirkwood, Missouri. Her body was found July 20 near a lake about 30 miles from campus.


3 Comments on "Two Indictments in High Profile Starkville Murders"

  1. You could at least get the town right!

  2. I think ya’ll are talking about Oxford Mississippi…

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