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Avery To Be Charged With Teresa Halbach’s Murder

It what many have suspected after the finding that were reported yesterday at the Avery Salvage Yard; prosecutors plan to charge Steven Avery with with first-degree Steven Avery 1intentional homicide of Teresa Halbach. As if the horrific description of what had been found on the Avery property was not bad enough and Teresa Halbach’s keys in the bedroom of Steven Avery. We now are told by investigators that Steven Avery’s blood was found inside Teresa Halbach’s sport utility vehicle.

Prosecutors plan to charge a man wrongly convicted of rape 20 years ago with killing a 25-year-old woman whose vehicle was found near his home, the Calumet County district attorney said Friday.

Steven Avery’s blood was found inside Teresa Halbach’s sport utility vehicle, District Attorney Ken Kratz said. Kratz said he plans to charge Avery with first-degree intentional homicide by Tuesday.

“It is no longer a question, at least in my mind as special prosecutor in the case, who is responsible for, in this case, the death of Teresa Halbach,” Kratz said.

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D.A. Plans To File Homicide Charges Against Steven Avery Video available of District Attorney Announces Evidence Against Avery

Calumet County District Ken Kratz said Avery’s DNA was found inside Halbach’s car and on the vehicle’s ignition key. He said the key was found hidden in Avery’s bedroom. Steven Avery

Sheriff Jerry Pagel said Avery told investigators he had never been in Halbach’s vehicle. Pagel said they’ve now determined that was a lie.

Kratz said the quality and kind of evidence discovered proves there no tainting or planting of evidence.

Halbach case: Grim discoveries emerge; Burned human remains, key to Halbach’s SUV found on Avery land

The bones of an adult woman, human teeth, blood and signs of a failed attempt to burn a body have been found during the search for Teresa Marie Halbach. The veteran sheriff who announced the discovery said the evidence reflects a crime that defies description.

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Avery has denied involvement in the disappearance of Halbach, 25, who was last seen Oct. 31. The freelance photographer had three appointments that day to take pictures of vehicles for sale, including one at a salvage yard owned by Avery’s family in Manitowoc County, about 25 miles south of Green Bay.

Washington Post: Burned Remains Found at Wis. Salvage Yard

All of this evidence against Steven Avery that has shocked even the most veteran investigators while Avery has denied involvement in Halbach’s death.

God Bless Teresa Halbach and her family.

November 11th, 2005 at 05:00pm Posted by | Found Deceased, Missing, Missing Adult | one comment

Stephanie Ann Eisenhauer, 39, was reported missing from Modesto, CA

Stephanie Ann Eisenhauer, 39, was reported missing from Modesto, CA on October 29, 2005. Eisenhauer is described as white, 5-foot-9, 145 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. A car registered to a Modesto woman reported missing last month has been found in Vallejo, and police are asking for the public’s help in finding its owner.

On Wednesday, Vallejo police found an apparently abandoned, gold-colored, two-door 2000 Lexus ES300 on Columbus Parkway at Lake Herman Road. A check of the car revealed it was Eisenhauer’s.

Anyone with information is asked to call Vallejo police detectives Phil Silva at 648-4531 or Joe McCarthy at 648-4532, or Solano Crime Stoppers at 644-7867.

Missing woman’s car found

She was last seen in Ukiah on Nov. 8 with a Hispanic male adult. Eisenhauer is described as a while female with brown hair and green eyes who stands 5-foot-9 and weighs 145 pounds.

Breaking News Update Missing woman, Stephanie Ann Eisenhauer, found in Vallejo

A 39-year-old Modesto woman who’s been missing since late October has been located, Vallejo police said Thursday.

Stephanie Eisenhauer was located at a Vallejo motel after police found her abandoned Lexus on Columbus Parkway at Lake Herman Road on Wednesday, a police news release said.

November 11th, 2005 at 02:45am Posted by | Missing, Missing Adult | no comments

Police in Dayton, OH Discover Dead Body (Update: Identified as Jerome Weatherby)

WHIO TV 7 is reporting that Police in Dayton, OH that were searching for a missing person discovered a dead body on Thursday. Police said that the man had been shot to death and did suspect that the man had been a victim of foul play.

Authorities said the man was shot to death in a home located at 56 West Norman Avenue.

Police said officers have been working the missing person case for several days after relatives became concerned of the man’s whereabouts. Officers said they found the man’s car abandoned with a gun in it near North Main Street.

Detectives said the investigation led to the home where the body of a man was found. Police have not identified the man as the missing person they were looking for, but are waiting for positive identification.

If you have any information about this case, contact Dayton police at 333-COPS.

UPDATE: November 11, 2005, WHIO TV 7, Body Identified In Missing Person Search

On Friday, the victim was identified as 32-year-old Jerome Weatherby. Police found him shot to death.

November 11th, 2005 at 02:30am Posted by | Found Deceased, Missing, Missing Adult, Search and Rescue | no comments

Police Search For Missing Person, Wyatt Scott Rivens, In Davidson, NC

Wyatt Scott Rivens, 26 years old, was last seen on October 29, 2005.

Police describe Rivens as approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall and weights 140 pounds with a slender build. Police said Rivens has a tattoo of a cross on his left shoulder and was last seen wearing a gray jogging suit with red letters on the front.

According to police, Rivens was driving a 1996 white Nissan Altima GXE with North Carolina license No. RZH-9122.

According to News14 Carolina; Davidson police suspect foul play in the disappearance of 26-year-old Wyatt Scott Rivens.

Video available.

November 11th, 2005 at 02:25am Posted by | Missing, Missing Adult | no comments

Search Continues For Missing Provo Man, Sitha Say

Authorities continue to search for the 22 year old missing Provo man Sitha Say. He has been missing now for three weeks. Recent search efforts for Say in and near the ProvoSitha Say River have turned up empty.

Say is approximately 6’0” and 175 lbs. with brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Provo Police Department.

Monday, a bag containing some of the man’s belongings was found on the shore of the river, prompting authorities to do a more intensive search of the water. However, no trace of Say was found.

Daily Herald; Exhaustive police search fails to turn up missing man

It’s been 18 days since anyone last saw 22-year-old Provo resident Sitha Say, and that has police worried.

On Monday the Provo Police Department issued a missing person alert on Say, whose disappearance was reported Oct. 22 by the man’s mother.

The searches and investigation have so far turned up the following:

Terry Say said Tuesday night his son wasn’t upset about anything the last time he saw him. He said his son has never disappeared before. Investigators found Say’s red car the day he was reported missing in a parking lot at Provo’s Alligator Park at 620 North and 3300 West.

Provo police initiated a two-day exhaustive search Monday and Tuesday of the areas near Alligator Park, the Provo River Trail, the Provo River and the southeastern edge of Utah Lake. Provo police were aided by divers, volunteers and search dogs from the Utah County Sheriff’s Office, state park rangers and Rocky Mountain canine search team.

Though the search failed to turn up Say, Harper said investigators recovered several of his personal belongings, including a picture ID and his cellular phone.

Individuals with information regarding Say’s whereabouts, who have seen him, or have information about his disappearance are asked to contact the Provo Police Department at 852-6210.

November 11th, 2005 at 02:13am Posted by | Missing, Missing Adult, Pictures, Sitha Say | 2 comments