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Police: Body found near marina confirmed as missing Sebastian man

Update, Dec. 12, 10 p.m.

The body that police found washed ashore near a Melbourne marina has been identified as 23-year-old Rico Malique Arocha, who was reported missing Sunday. Arocha was last seen on Friday at his home in Sebastian, when he told his mom he was going to Melbourne for a fishing trip near Ballard Park, according to police. 

Police still have not confirmed whether or not Arocha is connected to a suspected burglary that took place Saturday at 810 Hawthorne Drive, a residence in a neighborhood that borders Ballard Park.

“We are investigating the circumstances that led up to that and we believed they are intertwined,” said Lt. Trevor Shaffer of the Melbourne Police Department. 

More: Missing Sebastian man, 23, found dead in

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Identity of Mexican man killed in two-decade-old Mecca crash confirmed

Home BREAKING_HOME_PAGE Confirmed: Remains found buried in Spanish Fork cellar those of missing tenant…

A body was found buried in the cellar of this Spanish Fork home has been determined to be that of former resident Peggy Sue Case (pictured). Photos: The Charley Project, Google Earth

SPANISH FORK, Utah, May 24, 2017 (Gephardt Daily) — The body found buried in a Spanish Fork cellar is that of Peggy Sue Case, who lived in the residence with her boyfriend before her disappearance in 1988.

“Dental records were used to identify the remains,” said a news release from the Spanish Fork Police Department. “The skeletal remains are in the process of being examined to determine the cause and manner of death. A person of interest in her disappearance is Michael Kufrin. Michael was Peggy’s boyfriend at the time she disappeared.”

The body was discovered Monday morning by a man who was moving out of the residence. He

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Missing Fairfax Co. woman identified, confirmed dead 27 years later …

WASHINGTON — A Fairfax County family finally got the news they had long dreaded, for nearly three decades in fact, after holding out hope that no news would eventually lead to good news.

Andrea Kuiper was struck and killed by a pair of cars 27 years ago in California. A fingerprint match last week identified her. (Courtesy Orange County Police Department)

Earlier this month, police in Orange County, California, working with Fairfax County police, formally notified the family of Andrea Kuiper about her death in 1990.

Kuiper, then 26, was killed the night of April 1, hit by a pair of cars while trying to cross a stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach.

Missing Fairfax Co. woman identified, confirmed dead 27 years later

WASHINGTON — A Fairfax County family finally got the news they had long dreaded, for nearly three decades in fact, after holding out hope that no news would eventually lead to good news.

Andrea Kuiper was struck and killed by a pair of cars 27 years ago in California. A fingerprint match last week identified her. (Courtesy Orange County Police Department)

Earlier this month, police in Orange County, California, working with Fairfax County police, formally notified the family of Andrea Kuiper about her death in 1990.

Kuiper, then 26, was killed the night of April 1, hit by a pair of cars while trying to cross a stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach.

After 27 years of hoping, a family’s worst fear is confirmed

It was 10 p.m. on April Fools’ Day, 1990. As a woman tried to cross Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach, two cars hit her.

Police found her dead on the road, wearing a black dress with fishnet stockings and pink heels. She had a strand of hair wrapped around her finger like a ring, and a lock of hair in her pocket.

For 27 years, no one knew who she was, and her family was never told of her death.

Now, thanks to a push to connect fingerprint databases among U.S. agencies, authorities have finally learned her identity: Andrea Kuiper, a 26-year-old Virginia native.

A mystery, and no answer in sight

There was too much trauma to Kuiper’s face to release a photo after her death, said Kelly Keyes, an Orange County supervising deputy coroner. Instead, authorities released a sketch and the National Center for

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‘Making A Murderer’ Season 2 New Episodes Confirmed, New Evidence Unfold

“Making a Murderer” season 2 is set to return with new episodes and stories to unfold. New development reveals chilling evidence revealed by Steven Avery’s cellmate.

According to reports, various websites have been speculating for “Making a Murderer” season 2 return date. Though nothing has been confirmed in terms of the show’s exact comeback, what is known so far is it will premiere this year.

Netflix Boss Talks “Making A Murderer” Season 2

USA Today confirms this report when Netflix’ Vice President of Original Content Cindy Holland reveals few details for “Making a Murderer” season 2. She admitted that there are only a few people who know the information about the sequel.

Holland reveals that the production team wanted these “Making a Murderer” season 2 details under wraps. Since the case is still ongoing, the network tries to be sensitive on

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"Making a Murderer" Season 2 Will Premiere This Year, Netflix VP Confirmed; Series Creators Already Filming Show …

Laura Ricciardi, Moira Demos and Michal Lev-Ram

It seems that the avid fans of “Making a Murderer” still has to wait a little longer as the Netflix’s VP of Original Content, Cindy Holland hasn’t stated the exact release date of “Making a Murderer” Season 2. Also, it was stated that the series’ creators; Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi are already filming the much-awaited show.

According to USA Today, Netflix’s VP of

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"Making a Murderer" confirmed for second season

Season 2 of the Netflix hit “Making a Murderer” has been confirmed. The widely acclaimed show documents the real-life story of Stephen Avery, who was imprisoned in 1985 for a rape he did not commit.

The show originally aired on Netflix in December 2015 and has since taken the world by storm. New episodes are being filmed in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Though there is no set release date, Netflix’s Cindy Holland told USA Today that new episodes would be released this year.

The first season consisted of 10 episodes. The producers are taking their time to ensure that the new season is true to the real story and is quality. Fans are waiting expectantly waiting, speculating on what the new season holds for the show.
 

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New ‘Making a Murderer’ Episodes Confirmed to Premiere in 2017

We’re still not sure what to expect from Season 2 of Netflix’s true-crime breakout Making a Murderer; whether new episodes could arrive in installments, or if the case takes significant serves between now and then. Nonetheless, Netflix now confirms we’ll be seeing more updates on the Steven Avery case with fresh episodes this year.

Speaking with USA Today, Netflix’s Cindy Holland re-affirmed recent reports that filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi were editing together new episodes, stating “The story is still ongoing, so you will see new episodes coming sometime this year as this story continues to unfold.” That said, Holland clarified “We don’t know when for sure new episodes will be coming.”

Last we heard, Making a Murderer had in mind to release two new episodes in the immediate future, while Holland offered:

Laura and Moira are (in Manitowoc) shooting regularly and working on what the

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