5:28am: Last sale on register receipt tape at Stop-N-Go
4th day of work. (2nd night shift) shot in head while she worked alone
Stop-N-Go where Amy worked & was murdered
Early Morning: Amy is shot by a .25-calibur automatic gun
Police indicate that Diesman was not sexually assaulted. No weapon was found although she was believed to have been killed by a .25-caliber automatic gun
5:38am: 911 is called
The police were called at 5:38 am by a customer who had entered the store and, not finding a clerk, leaned forward on the counter and found her.
Amy is laid to rest
She is buried in Laurel Cemetery in New Richmond
Stop-N-Go offers a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest & conviction of killer of Amy Diesman
A customer found Diesman dead early Saturday morning behind the counter of the store on Ohio Pike at 10 Mile Rd in Clermont County
Search warrant executed at Scott Lee Austin home
A search warrant had been served on the Austin home as long ago as 1989.
Person With Information
Clermont County Prosecutor says Scott Lee Austin has been a suspect for some time
Scott Lee Austin is identified as person of interest
Dismal of charges against Scott Lee Austin filed
Clermont County Prosecutor Donald White has filed a motion to dismiss an aggravated murder charge against Scott Lee Austin in the 1987 death of his girlfriend, Amy Diesman. White said a witness in the case has become unavailable.
New Richmond, OH