Man convicted in death of Grammer’s sister waives parole hearing
COLORADO SPRINGS – A man convicted in a string of murders, including the rape and slaying of actor Kelsey Grammer’s sister, has waived his parole hearing.Freddie Glenn, 50, had been scheduled to meet with state parole board members in January but waived his right to a hearing. Colorado Department of Corrections spokeswoman Katherine Sanguinetti said Glenn will be eligible for a hearing again in six months.He is being held at the Bent County Correctional Facility in Las Animas, where he is serving life sentences for three murders in 1975.One of the victims was 18-year-old Karen Grammer, who was raped repeatedly and stabbed July 1, 1975, by men trying to rob a restaurant where she worked. Investigators said the men kidnapped her because they were afraid she could identify them.
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