By William Tauro
Message from Deanna Cremin’s Mom to Tommy Leblanc:
Today, on the 22nd anniversary of my daughter Deanna’s death I’m still haunted by questions. For that reason, I’m begging you to please reach out the Mass State Police and be kind enough to offer to be re-interviewed. I’m well aware of how painful it is for you to go back down this road, but I’m pleading with you to help me, help Deanna. You were the last one to spend time with her that night, nobody can help her case like you can. Please Tommy, please help. Please reach out to the MSP Chief of Homicide 781-897-8300.
On the 22nd anniversary of her daughter’s unsolved murder, Katherine Cremin, Deanna Cremin’s mother makes a desperate plea to the person last known to see her daughter alive.
“This is a big step for Katherine” sources close to the family tell. “She’s always been afraid to point out his lack of cooperation.”
A Message From Friends of Deanna Cremin
For 22 years Kathy, alongside Deanna’s friends, family and community have been fighting for justice. However, one person in particular has been silent. Thomas Leblanc, Deanna’s boyfriend and the last person to see her alive, has yet to be heard from or seen. Kathy is pleading with him for his help.
Though Kathy remains hopeful, she is growing tired. Which brings us to this message to you, the Media. Please help this grieving mother get this message to the one person who may be able to help solve this case.