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Authorities Search Wooded Area For Clues In 1980 Cold Case

Another Pixel 2 XL problem, this one with touch panel edge response


The Pixel 2 XL has just added another issue to what seems like an endless parade of problems with regards to its screen. Users on Google’s product forums have started reporting the lack of touch sensitivity along the edges of the display.

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The stock of Occidental Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:OXY) has “Underweight” rating given on Friday, August 4 by Barclays Capital. It is negative, as 82 investors sold OXY shares while 326 reduced holdings. 72 funds opened positions while 315 raised stakes.

Justice Khosa excuses himself from Hudaibiya case bench


Subsequently, a Supreme Court bench hearing the Panama Papers case had asked the bureau to reopen the case. The Hudaibiya Paper Mills is basically about money laundering of Sharif family during 1990s.

Trump’s warning to North Korea:

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Texas police search for clues in case of unidentified child

The Galveston Police Department is working with federal and state agencies in a national search for the young Hispanic boy’s identity — and to find out why no one has reported him missing.


“We’re waiting on the medical examiner’s report to determine a cause of death. But we’re working with the FBI now, as well as other federal and state agencies to really strategize the best way to move forward with the investigation,” said Galveston police Capt. Joshua Schirard. “We’ve gotten probably close to a thousand tips from the news stories and social media posts that have been out there. We’re hopeful we’ll have more information soon.”

It took only a few days after police released a composite sketch nationally for a relative to identify the little girl nicknamed Baby Grace whose body was

Read more at: http://www.sfchronicle.com/news/texas/article/Texas-police-search-for-clues-in-case-of-12309266.php

Found skull reveals few clues so far

ASHLAND – The skull found at a nearby summer camp has yet to provide many clues and a result is being sent for further testing.

Investigator Doug Durkan with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office said initial testing reveals the skull found at Carol Joy Holling Camp near Ashland belongs to a white male between the ages of 19 and 30. However, the cause of death remains undetermined.

The skull was discovered June 7 in Salt Creek on the Carol Joy Holling Camp property when a group of youth campers and staff were hiking near Salt Creek. Reports indicate a youth found what they thought was a human skull in the water.

An autopsy performed on June 9 but the cause of death was “deferred,” Durkan said.

“They cannot figure it out,” he explained.

The next day a forensic dental autopsy was performed on the skull.

Teeth were extracted from the skull and sent to the University

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Police search for clues in Sherborn man’s disappearance

Police are still looking for a 20-year-old Sherborn man whose family reported him missing on Saturday.

On Monday, the discovery of a blue shirt floating in the water at Hopkinton State Park sparked a heavy police response.

Police initially believed the shirt belonged to Alexander Barberio, 20, of Sherborn. Dive teams retrieved a T-shirt after about an hour, but  Ashland Police Chief Craig Davis said Barberio’s family told them the shirt was not their son’s.

Barberio left his home in Sherborn wearing a blue long-sleeved shirt and khaki pants, police said, but may have since changed into a white shirt and black pants. Davis said the dive team was looking only for the T-shirt, not a drowning victim, and thought Barberio may have changed clothes at the beach.

Police or rescue teams from at least half a dozen towns, plus the state police, were

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5 Disturbing Clues In Missing Person Cases That Will Keep You Up At Night

These disturbing clues are baffling. In all five cases, leads went cold, and the person was never found.

1. The Romance Novel

On the morning of August 4, 1981, 20-year old Cynthia Anderson went to work at a law firm in Toledo, Ohio, where she was employed as a legal secretary.

Later in the day, her employers realized she had vanished. Her car was parked outside but her car keys and purse were missing. A romance novel was on her desk, open to a scene where the heroine is abducted at knifepoint.

There have been many other theories about what happened to Cynthia. Police received an anonymous tip that Cynthia was being held against her will in the basement of a white house. Then, one of the attorneys at Cynthia’s firm was involved in drug dealing and went to prison. Both these facts drummed up

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10-day search for missing 26-year-old Matthew Johnson yields very few clues

The search for a 26-year-old Kansas City, Kan. man has entered its 10th day Wednesday. There has been no trace of the man, authorities said.

Matthew Johnson was among a group of people celebrating a close friend’s birthday on a party bus before he disappeared June 18.

He was last seen about 3:30 a.m. in the 4000 block of Nearman Drive. His vehicle was found about a mile and a half away near North 59th Street and Sewell Avenue.

Family members reported Johnson missing about 10 p.m. the day he disappeared.

Police have since searched for clues in Johnson’s disappearance, including several wooded areas near Nearman Drive.

Search efforts have included multiple methods, said Kansas City, Kan. police officer Cameron Morgan.

“We have searched the area on foot, with drone, cadaver dogs and with the Kansas Highway Patrol’s helicopter, and so far that hasn’t turned up anything,”

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Few clues to identity of remains

The clues are few: bones, tattered clothes and not much else.

Many unidentified body cases are like that, leaving investigators little to go on, especially as the years pass.

Known only as No. 2234 — named after the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System file number — is the body of a white female found in a wooded area of Nash County near Rocky Mount three decades ago.

Next to nothing is known about her. She was between 20 and 30 when she died. Her probable year of death was 1985 or 86. Her body was discovered by surveyors March 11, 1986. She was believed to be dead for only six months at that time.

She had long, curled brown hair that may have been dyed red. She was five feet, four inches tall. Her weight is impossible to tell from her skeletal remains.

One of the best clues to her identification is a healed

Read more at: http://www.rockymounttelegram.com/News/2017/06/25/Few-clues-to-identity-of-remains.html

New clues in decades-old cold case – Fox29 WFLX TV, West Palm Beach, FL-news & weather

Carrie Fisher’s autopsy report shows the actress had cocaine in her system when she fell ill on a plane last year, but investigators could not determine what impact the cocaine and other drugs found in her system…

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