In the meantime, Nanette Krentel's sisters are now bringing their frustrations over the unsolved case to Louisiana's lieutenant governor and attorney general. They say they have questions about the investigation and want state officials to get involved. For seven months they been waiting for answers as to who was responsible for the death of their sister.
"It needs to go over our local authorities," said sibling Amy Bernard. "I was on the scene. I've never been talked to. From day one we have not gotten any information. None of us has been interviewed."
The FBI has been investigating this case along with us, and they are aware of all information and evidence that we have. If there is something that the state can do to further the investigation that between our investigation and the FBI's we were unable to do, we most certainly welcome their assistance.