GREENWICH, N.Y. - There is yet another twist in the Jaliek Rainwalker case. Rainwalker's adoptive parents are now in the process of moving out of the state.
Police confirm that Stephen Kerr and Jocelyn McDonald have put a bid on a house in West Rupert, Vermont, which is right across the Vermont-New York border.
They had been living in a home in East Greenwich, but most recently had been staying in Kerr's father's house on Hill Street in the Village of Greenwich.
Greenwich Police Chief George Bell said he has received calls from people in Rupert expressing concern that the couple and their children plan on moving into their neighborhood. He said he received a call from the woman who owns the house as well, expressing her concern.
Kerr was named a person of interest in the case on Monday because he was the last person to see Jaliek alive, and police said he has been uncooperative with them in their investigation.
He has refused two lie detector tests and will not give police access to his father's van, which he was driving the night Jaliek disappeared. Police want the van to try and match it to a van shown in a bank surveillance video back on the night Jaliek disappeared.
Calls out to Kerr and McDonald have not been returned.