Vermont State Police investigation continues into Castleton killing

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CASTLETON — Six months have passed since the murder of 77-year-old Castleton resident Honoree Fleming, and Vermont State Police affirmed Friday that their investigation remains “active and ongoing.”

Detectives have been tirelessly pursuing leads and processing evidence related to the case.

With tips still coming in from the public, authorities are diligently following up on each piece of information.

The state’s Victim Services Unit is also providing ongoing support to Fleming’s family during this difficult time.

While a private financial reward has been offered for information leading to a resolution in Fleming’s case, Vermont State Police have yet to tie any received tips directly to the incentive.

Capt. Jeremy Hill, commander of the Vermont State Police Major Crime Unit, emphasized the case’s importance to the force. “We want to reassure the public that this case remains a priority, and the state police has devoted and continues to devote significant resources to the investigation,” Hill stated. “Our thoughts remain with Honoree’s family, friends, loved ones, and community.”

Vermont State Police are urging anyone with potentially helpful information to get in touch.

People can call the VSP barracks in Rutland at 802-773-9101 or submit a tip anonymously online.

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