(KUTV) — An attorney for the man serving time in prison for the death of a Utah teen in 1995 says he has done everything he can to help find her remains.
Kiplyn Davis went missing on May 2, 1995 when she was 15 years old.
Timmy Brent Olsen, a former classmate of Davis', was charged in 2011 with manslaughter and was sentenced to up to 15 years in prison.
Previously, Olsen told authorities he watched someone else kill the teen and he only helped hide her body. Multiple people testified during a 2006 federal trial that Olsen admitted to raping, killing and burying Davis in Spanish Fork Canyon.
Davis' body has never been found.
Olsen's attorney, Carolyn E. Howard, told 2News in a statement Tuesday that Olsen "was asked several times during the parole hearing today if he could provide any knowledge of the victim Kiplyn Davis' body."
Olsen said he has provided all of the information that he could. This happened years ago.
"He has no further information as to the location of Kiplyn Davis' body today. Timothy has done all that he can do and has no information as to the location of Kiplyn Davis' body, other than the information he provided years ago to the authorities," the statement from Olsen's attorney read. "Timothy is contrite and has made great strides while being incarcerated to become the best person he can be."
Gov. Spencer Cox signed a bill this legislative session that would block convicted murderers from getting parole until they cooperate with investigators in revealing the location of their victim’s remains. It was sponsored by Sen. Mike McKell.