Feldman homicide case: Hundreds show up for community meeting wanting answers

It's been nearly a week since a Scottsdale woman was found dead inside her home and detectives are no closer to finding her killer.

On Tuesday night, residents from Allison Feldman's neighborhood packed an elementary school, looking for answers from Scottsdale Police.

"People want to know what happened and they're just not getting the answers, but it is perfectly understandable that it is an open case and that they're are not going to talk about it."

"Just disappointed. I was hoping to walk away with relief, but I feel the same about the whole thing, so that's unfortunate."

People were frustrated as they left the meeting Tuesday night with the fact that they did not get a lot of answers as far as what happened concerning Allison Feldman's death.

Police did tell people they believe it is an isolated incident.

Feldman was found last week by her boyfriend.  Officials believe she died some time between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, but a lot of people, again, are still hoping for more answers.

The Scottsdale Police Department said they cannot provide the information as they don't want to jeopardize the investigation.  They spent four days at her home gathering evidence.


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