OGDEN -- From his cell at the Idaho State Correctional Institution, Gregory L. Seamons wrote last month to an Ogden woman about soon being paroled after being in prison for second-degree kidnapping since 2007. The neatly penned two-page letter makes no mention that he had already been interviewed by Ogden detectives, who, through DNA evidence, were closing in on him as the prime suspect in the 1983 abduction and slaying of 11-year-old Rebecca Lemberger."My parole date was for July 5 but I went past that date because I had three classes to complete," Seamons wrote Sept. 18 to the woman, who has been corresponding with him for more than two decades and asked not to be identified. "I graduated (from) the last one today so I should be out in 14 days or so." However, the Idaho Department of Correction website indicates Seamons' last parole hearing was in March and that he is scheduled to complete his sentence in December 2017.