The Keeley Ann Louise case, which involved the murder of a 20-year-old woman named Keeley Bunker by her boyfriend and the boyfriend’s mother, shocked the nation in July 2019. On the evening of July 6th, both Bunker and her boyfriend (later identified as Joshua Scott) were found shot to death in Scott’s home in suburban Ohio.
There is a lot to be said about the life of Keeley Ann Louise Bunker. She was born on June 26, 1999, in Houston, Texas. Her family moved to the small town of Killeen when she was just three years old and she lived her entire life there. At seventeen years old, Keeley had already accomplished a great deal more than many people could hope for in their lifetime. She graduated from high school early and went on to attend Texas Tech University where she was studying mechanical engineering with plans to work for NASA or SpaceX one day.
On May 16th, 2019, while out driving with friends after a night out celebrating her good grades on exams that week, Keeley witnessed a car crash that killed two people and injured four others. After being treated for PTSD as a result of witnessing such an event at such a young age, Keeley found it increasingly difficult to go anywhere without feeling extremely nervous and uncomfortable.
The first time she drove alone again was less than six months later on December 17th, 2019 when her mother took her over to Victoria’s Secret at College Park Mall so they could pick up some lingerie for Christmas. What happened next is something no parent ever wants to have happen; Keeley was murdered by someone who stole her phone outside of the mall entrance.
Keeley’s life and career
At the age of 18, Keeley’s life was tragically cut short when she died from injuries sustained in a car accident. She grew up on a farm with her two older brothers and two sisters. She loved animals and spending time with her family. After graduating high school, Keeley went to college for speech pathology and became an EMT in order to help people who were hurt or sick. Her dream job would be working as an EMT at a children’s hospital. On January 3, 2019, Keeley was involved in a tragic car accident that took her life at the young age of 19 years old.
There are so many memories we will cherish forever and never forget. We can’t believe we won’t get to see her grow up into the amazing woman she was becoming, but this is why we need to take care of each other now more than ever before. The world has lost a true angel, but our hearts are full knowing how much love she had for everyone around her.
Keeley Anne Louise Bunker was born on January 5, 1999 in the United States of America. She tragically passed away on March 20, 2019. Keeley is survived by her mother, father, sister and brother. Her death has left a void that can’t be filled and will be felt forever. For now, let’s all remember the good times we had with Keeley. Let’s remember how she never took life too seriously but knew what was important in life.
How she loved to make people laugh and would try to cheer everyone up if they were feeling down. And when you are feeling sad or like you need some company because you’re lonely; just think of how happy Keeley would have been seeing us all together being so cheerful. It’ll make it feel like she’s here with us.
Wesley was arrested and charged with murder
On May 10, 2019, Wesley was arrested and charged with murder of Keeley Ann Louise Case. He is currently being held in the juvenile detention center for a maximum of five years until he turns 21.
Case was found dead on March 12th in her bedroom by her father after she had been there for more than two weeks.
When the police came to their home, they found the door open and Case’s body on the ground near a large bloodstain. After an autopsy, it was determined that Keeley had died from blunt force trauma to the head from either a heavy object or someone kicking her over and over again.
The death of Keeley marks the third tragic occurrence in the past two years. The death of her father, James, in 2015 and her mother, Jane, in 2018 were also devastating losses to their family. It is heartbreaking to know that they will never be able to see Keeley graduate from high school or have a family of her own. In lieu of flowers and donations, you can honor Keeley by donating to your favorite animal charity or volunteer for a local animal shelter.
Consider helping an animal find their forever home because as we all know, animals are always better company than humans. They won’t let you down and give up on you when things get tough like people do. If you would like to contribute in other ways, I recommend considering donating any unused supplies such as towels, blankets, toys, collars, leads etc. Anything can help!