Search continues for man accused of murdering Bonneville Co. woman
The following is a news release from the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office.
IDAHO FALLS — The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office continues its investigation of the Christine Caldwell homicide from last week. Caldwell was found deceased last Thursday night in her residence after being reported missing earlier that day. Detectives are still in the process of analyzing evidence and awaiting results from an autopsy of the victim.
At this time the whereabouts of suspect, Jeremy James White (39 years of age), and a female accompanying him, Deena Rane Aday (49 years of age), are unknown. Detectives are currently following up on several leads and tips that have come in to our office over the weekend but we are still searching for information from anyone that may have seen or been in contact with White or Aday, or the vehicle they are believed to be traveling in. That vehicle is a Silver 2004 Jeep Cherokee with Idaho License Plate 8BHV461 and is registered to the victim, Christine Caldwell.
Jeremy White is considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. Ms. Aday’s welfare status is unknown and we consider her to be endangered at this time. Jeremy also has the initials “J W” tattooed on his left forearm. If anyone should see these individuals they should call 911 or their local Law Enforcement immediately. All other tips and information can be sent to the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office in the following ways:
Again, we stress that White is considered armed and dangerous and Ms. Aday could be endangered. Please do not approach them directly, contact Law Enforcement immediately to investigate.