Terrance "Terry" Allen Cram, 47, is the man police wish to question in the murder of Tena McNeely, 49, in Anderson County. Cram rented a room from McNeely, but he has not been seen since Jan. 3, four days before McNeely's body was found in her Clay Burgin Road home. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff

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Terrance "Terry" Allen Cram, 47, is the man police wish to question in the murder of Tena McNeely, 49, in Anderson County. Cram rented a room from McNeely, but he has not been seen since Jan. 3, four days before McNeely's body was found in her Clay Burgin Road home. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff Photo courtesy of Kentucky State Police Greg Kocher | Staff
Terrance "Terry" Allen Cram, 47, is the man police wish to question in the murder of Tena McNeely, 49, in Anderson County. Cram rented a room from McNeely, but he has not been seen since Jan. 3, four days before McNeely's body was found in her Clay Burgin Road home. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff Photo courtesy of Kentucky State Police Greg Kocher | Staff

Anderson man wanted in landlord's slaying

January 11, 2011 12:00 AM

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