Hawaiian Homicide

Amber Jackson has always loved Hawaii and is finally living her dream life on Kauai, where she moved permanently in 2000. When the popular 57-year-old secretary for the Hawaii State Teacher’s Association doesn’t show up for dinner with friends on June 24, 2010, they report her missing. Nine days later, a wild hog hunter stumbles across Amber’s badly decomposed body, hidden in a ravine in a remote and inaccessible part of the island, where she has been dumped after being brutally murdered. Investigators quickly focus their attention on Amber’s tenant and former boyfriend, who rents a yurt on her property. But then they hear about another man who neighbors say has some explaining to do. Twelve years later, Amber’s murder is still unsolved, and her friends and family have come together to demand justice for the woman they say was a free spirit and guiding light.

A group formed by Amber’s family and friends is offering a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of her killer. If you know anything that could shed light on the murder of Amber Jackson, please contact the Kaua’i Police Department at (808) 241-1681, or leave a tip at unsolved.com. Those wishing to remain anonymous can provide information by calling Crime Stoppers Kauaʻi at 808-246-8300, submitting a tip at cskauai.org, or through the Crime Stoppers Kauaʻi P3 Tips Mobile App, available for download on Android and Apple mobile devices.

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  1. Nadine

    I have known Greg since I was a young girl and I don’t believe he is capable of murder.


  2. kaumoli

    According to the podcast, friends of Jackson pointed the finger at a guy named Greg ****** who lived in her yurt and became a boyfriend. To make money, he began growing medical marijuana on her property.


  3. Bill Blaski

    I’d turn the heat up on this guy. Let’s get some informants to infiltrate this guys group. Let’s get DNA from some of his belongings. I don’t remember if DNA was left behind. Let’s put pressure on this guy! God Bless!


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