Man who Found Caylee's Remains to Speak Out

Posted January 9, 2009

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35, Orlando) -- The Orange County utility worker who found Caylee Anthony’s remains is getting ready to tell his story.

Roy Kronk has been silent since a news conference the day Caylees remains were identified. Now his attorney, David Evans, says he is in negotiations right now with a national news outlet to speak out.

David Evans says there has been so many conspiracies and rumors surrounding his client since the find on December 11th. Evans says one of the reasons Kronk wants to tell his story now is to stop the untruths about what he was really doing in those woods near the Anthony home.

In the meantime, attorney Mark NeJame and David Evans are still working out details on a $5,000.00 reward. NeJame wants to give Kronk the money but they are still waiting finalize that deal. A decision on the money could come as early as this weekend.