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Remains Found in PA Landfill, Possibly those of John Fiocco Jr

While searching for John Fiocco Jr., human remains were found in a Bucks County, PA landfill. Police have not confirmed whether they are the remains of missing college student John Fiocco Jr.

Police wouldn’t confirm to NBC 10 that the remains were those of John Fiocco Jr., 19, who disappeared on March 25 from the College Of New Jersey.

The remains were discovered at a landfill in Tullytown, Pa.

Fiocco was last seen in his dormitory on March 25 after returning from a party. His roommate reported him missing the next day, and blood identified as his was found a few days later in and around a trash bin outside the dorm.
(NBC 10)

Body Found In Pennsylvania Landfill
Authorities Calling It A ‘Significant Development’ In Case of Missing Student

A body was found today in a Pennsylvania landfill, where authorities were searching for clues about missing College of New Jersey freshman John Fiocco, Jr.

Capt. Al Della Fave said there had been a “significant development” in the missing person’s case of Fiocco, but would not disclose any further information.

A Mercer County Medical Examiner’s Office van was seen pulling up and leaving the landfill, part of which was covered with a blue tarp.

State Police cite ‘significant development’ in Fiocco case

Capt. Al Della Fave said there had been a “significant development” in the missing person’s case of John Fiocco Jr., of Mantua, but would not disclose any further information.

The State Police, however, has scheduled a news conference, tentatively set for Wednesday morning, about the case.
(Courier Post)

April 25th, 2006 at 03:44pm Posted by | Landfill search, Missing, Missing College Student | one comment

Amber Alert Issued for Analyce Guerra in TN

An Amber Alert has been issued in Tennessee for 16 month old Analyce Guerra. She is believed to have been taken from her home in Smyrna, TN. Analyce Guerra

Police are looking for 16-month-old Analyce Guerra. According to the TBI, Analyce’s mother discovered the girl was missing around 4:00 a.m. this morning and the front door to their home was unlocked.

Analyce is 3’0″ tall and weighs 35 pounds. She has shoulder length black hair and brown eyes. Analyce was last see wearing a denim dress with sunflowers with beads on the side.

Analyce has a cherry birthmark over her left eye on her forehead. (WVLT)

Please contact the Smyrna Police Department at 615-459-6644 or TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

Missing child alert prompts different use of highway message boards

In the case of Analyce Guerra, a 28-month-old girl who was reported missing by her mother around 4 a.m., there was no vehicle description available. The Tennessee Department of Transportation and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation jointly issued an alert anyway, using the system that is designed to notify motorists of a missing child usually when a vehicle is involved.

Because there was no vehicle information, authorities published the 800 number on its digital highway message boards, which led callers to a prerecorded message with information about the missing child.

(The Tennessean)

Search continues for missing Smyrna girl

Smyrna Detective Scott Byers says finding the 28-month-old girl is the priority, regardless of whether a suspect is named in her disappearance. So far, no one has.

Byers says the investigation is hindered by language. Many people who live in the apartments where the child disappeared are Hispanic. The police department has only about a half-dozen officers to who Spanish. (WMCTV)

April 25th, 2006 at 03:01pm Posted by | Amber Alert, Missing, Missing Children | no comments