Dr. Saukin missing body found

Dr. Saukin: Body Found in NY Pond

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The body of a missing New York doctor, Tamara Saukin, was found in the pond of a Staten Island park on Wednesday morning. Dr. Saukin disappeared around 6:30 a.m. on November 18 while on a walk with her mother at Clove Lakes Park. On December 2, an NYPD canine caught the scent of a decomposing body and led the police to a large pond in the park.

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Fort Hood commander removed from position after investigations into mysterious deaths

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Former general commander, Gen Scott Efflandt, has been removed from his position at Fort Hood as of Tuesday after investigations into numerous deceased/missing soldiers. Efflandt’s replacement will be decided in the next coming days. 

The decision was reached after a minimum of 10 soldiers this year were reported missing or dead under suspicious circumstances. Victims such as Elder Fernandez and Vanessa Guillen told family members that they had been sexually assaulted before their deaths.  

Read more about the Fort Hood update at Crime Online and Stars and Stripes.

Six people now confirmed missing in Idyllwild

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The Town Crier reached out to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department (RCSD) media information bureau over the weekend for updates on two more missing people who were last seen in the Idyllwild or surrounding areas in recent months — bringing the total to six confirmed missing people. 

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The Children Who Went Up In Smoke

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For nearly four decades, anyone driving down Route 16 near Fayetteville, West Virginia, could see a billboard bearing the grainy images of five children, all dark-haired and solemn-eyed, their names and ages—Maurice, 14; Martha 12; Louis, 9; Jennie, 8; Betty, 5—stenciled beneath, along with speculation about what happened to them. Fayetteville was and is a small town, with a main street that doesn’t run longer than a hundred yards, and rumors always played a larger role in the case than evidence; no one even agreed on whether the children were dead or alive.