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New Details In Disappearance Of Jennifer Kesse (Cell phone package)

Today police are releasing new information and details in the disappearance of Jennifer Kesse. Police seem to think that Jennifer Kesse may have been looking for a roadside mail box on Monday night or into Tuesday morning to mail a package containing a cell phone. The package never arrived to its destination.

Police are confirming that Jennifer may have left her home at Mosaic at Millenia on Monday night or Tuesday morning looking for a roadside mailbox to mail a package. They will not say where or whether she made it there, but the package is also missing.

Jennifer’s family now confirms her younger brother Logan had stayed at her condo with several of his friends while she was on vacation the weekend before she vanished. Police have had that information from the beginning.

“Absolutely they’ve looked at them. They’ve had multiple discussions with them. They will go through the same thing everyone else will go through,” said Jennifer’s father, Drew.

According to reports, the cell phone belonged to one of the friends that had stayed at her condo.

Channel 9 has also learned one of those friends left a cell phone at Jennifer’s condo and asked her to overnight it. The Monday night or Tuesday morning she disappeared, she may have left her condo looking for a roadside drop box to mail that cell phone. The package is missing and never made it to its destination.

Dont forget to go to the family web site for Jennifer Kesse

February 10th, 2006 at 06:47pm Posted by | Jennifer Kesse, Missing, Missing Adult | one comment

Neil Entwistle to return to US and Face Murder Charges of Wife and Daughter

In a bit of a shocking turn of events, Neil Entwistle has agreed to be extradited back the United States and face the murder charges for the death of 27-year-old Rachel Souza Entwistle and his 9-month-old daughter Lillian Rose.

LONDON (Reuters) – A man accused of shooting dead his wife and infant daughter in Massachusetts agreed on Friday to be extradited to the United States to face charges of murder.

Neil Entwistle, 27, was arrested at a London underground train station on Thursday by British detectives and later charged with what U.S. prosecutors said might have been an aborted murder-suicide.

During a three-minute hearing at Bow Street Magistrates Court, Entwistle’s lawyer Judith Seddon said his client had signed a waiver giving his consent to return to the United States as soon as possible.

Entwistle consents to return to U.S.

“Yes, that’s right,” Entwistle replied. He glanced briefly at his father, Cliff Entwistle, as he signed the form consenting to return.

“He was always inclined to consent,” Judith Seddon, another lawyer representing Entwistle, told reporters outside court. She said he was likely to return to the United States within a week.

“He wants to cooperate with the authorities in any way that he can, and he is anxious that the delay may cause his late wife’s family and his own additional distress, something he wishes to avoid,” Seddon said. “He believes that he will receive a fair and a proper hearing in the U.S.A. of these very serious allegations.”

Stating that he does not want to cause his late wife’s family and his own additional distress with a delay is hardly solace for a family that has lost their daughter and grandchild. One would think that the damage has already been done, kind of late for Neil Entwistle to suddenly start caring. As Joe Flaherty, the family spokes person said, “It’s going to be a long road for them,” he said. “There will never really be closure in a case like this.”
(Boston Herald)

FOX News: Briton Accused of Killing Wife, Daughter Agrees Return to U.S.

District Judge Anthony Evans told Entwistle, 27, that his decision to voluntarily return would be irrevocable.

“Yes, that’s right,” Entwistle replied. He glanced briefly at his father, Cliff Entwistle, as he signed a form consenting to return.

Judith Seddon, one of the lawyers representing Entwistle, said he was likely to return to the United States within a week. “He was always inclined to consent,” she told reporters outside the court.

CNN: U.S. suspect agrees to extradition

February 10th, 2006 at 10:50am Posted by | Crime/Murder, Neil Entwistle | no comments