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Jessica O’Grady Has been Missing since May 10, 2006

Jessica O’Grady since her disappearance on May 10, 2006 and has not been heardJessica O'Grady from since a cell phone conversation as she was on her way to the intersection of 120th and Blondo streets just before midnight. Her grey Hyundai Accent was found on May 16 in a parking lot near 144th Street and West Center Road.

Multiple search efforts have been organized, one of which had more than 200 volunteers. Many local businesses have been helping out, said O’Grady’s grandmother, Sandie Shotkoski.

Since O’Grady’s disappearance, there have been search parties at Standing Bear Lake, Zorinsky Lake, Cunningham Lake, Chalco Hills, two local golf courses and, most recently, the Elkhorn River. So far none of them have found any sign of O’Grady. (The Gateway)

Anyone with information related to the case should contact the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department at (402) 333-1000.

The primary suspect in the disappearance of Jessica O’Grady is her boyfriend Christopher Edwards.

Jessica O'Grady 1

Search warrants show O’Grady was en route to visit her boyfriend, Christopher Edwards, on the night she disappeared. The current search warrant is for telephone records related to the O’Grady case. Bilek said his office wants to know whom the girl was talking to and any clues to her whereabouts before she disappeared.

After a thorough search of Edwards’ home, the county is still not ready to make an arrest.

Without a confession, the sheriff’s office is waiting for the results of other forensics tests. Of most interest is the evidence collected at the residence where Edwards lived. (KETV)

Body ID Sought, Remains found in ditch

Authorities in Mills County, Iowa are trying to determine the identity of a body found in a ditch west of Glenwood. It is not that of missing UNO student Jessica O’Grady.

The remains were found in a ditch beside Glover Road, at the north end of Thomas Lake.

Sheriff Mack Taylor says it appears the death happened about a month ago. The body was found on Saturday.

A Douglas County deputy says detectives determined that the body found in Mills County is not that of missing UNO student Jessica O’Grady. That determination was made based on identifying marks on the body. (WOWT)

Christopher Edwards

Arrest comes almost a month after disappearance

The Douglas County Sheriff’s office made an arrest Friday in the case of missing UNO sophomore Jessica O’Grady.

Christopher Edwards, who has been described by local media as O’Grady’s boyfriend, turned himself into the custody of the Sheriff’s office Friday afternoon. Edwards faces charges of criminal homicide and use of a weapon other than a gun to commit a felony, according to the Sheriff’s office. (The Gateway)

Suspect, Christopher Edwards, Charged (Prosecutors say Jessica O’Grady Swordwas killed with a sword)

Douglas County Attorney Stu Dornan has filed a Second-Degree Murder charge against 19-year-old Christopher Edwards. Prosecutors claim he killed Jessica O’Grady with a sword.

Edwards was arrested last week.

During a news conference Monday afternoon, Dornan said investigators believe that Ms. O’Grady was killed with a Bangkok battle sword, similar to those pictured on the right. It’s a weapon that is 26 inches long with a 19 inch blade. Dornan says the death was intentional. (WOWT)

Second-Degree Murder Charge Filed; Sword Used In Death


OMAHA, Neb. — Investigators announced Monday that second-degree murder charges will be filed against a 19-year-old man who was arrested on Friday in connection with the disappearance of a missing University of Nebraska-Omaha student, and prosecutors said a sword was used in the death.

Christopher Edwards turned himself in to Douglas County authorities and was charged with criminal homicide and use of a weapon other than a gun to commit a felony. (KETV)

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