Breaking News:Missing since July 2007 Paige Birgfeld’s remains found

For original post see Paige Birgfeld:Police Suspect Foul Play in Disappearance of Colorado Mom

A hiker found skeletal remains of a woman at 12:30 p.m. today off of U.S. Highway 50 in the Wells Gulch area in Delta County, about 30 miles southeast of Grand Junction and about 15 miles east of Delta.

Dental records led investigators from several agencies to determine the remains were those of Paige Birgfeld

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Missing Missouri Teens Found Safe in Iowa

Monday, October 27, 2008 
FOX NEWS

Two Missouri teenagers who disappeared during a football game nine days ago have been found safe in Iowa.

Christina “Paige” Alley, 14, and Levi Carlson, 16, were found Sunday under a highway bridge in Council Bluffs, Iowa, MyFOXKC.com reports.

“They were living on the streets in Omaha, Neb., and Council Bluffs, Iowa,” Paige’s father, Jeff Alley, told the station. “They had some help from some transient people.”

The teens vanished during a football game on Oct. 17 in Lathrop, Mo. Alley performed in the band at the game’s

The teens vanished during a football game on Oct. 17 in Lathrop, Mo. Alley performed in the band at the game’s halftime show and then got permission to leave.

When the pair didn’t come home at all that night, Alley’s parents called police. Carlson was originally identified as a victim, but police later named him a suspect, according to MyFOXKC.com.

The Alleys were reunited with their daughter on Sunday night.

“To put our arms around her was just amazing,” Jeff Alley said. “I can’t even describe it. It was just wonderful.

For the full story see  MyFOXKC.com

Stebic agrees to let kids see missing wife’s family

July 4, 2008

Article Source : Chicago Sun Times

PLAINFIELD | Her relatives had filed suit to visit the children

Lisa Stebic’s relatives will be able to visit her two young children under an agreement reached with her estranged husband, attorneys said Thursday.

The agreement appears to end a legal battle that began last November, when family members of the missing Plain- field woman filed suit in Will County, seeking court-ordered visitation with her children

Since April 30, 2007 Lisa Stebic when she vanished from her home, Lisa’s parents have been battling Lisa’s husband for the right too see the grandchildren but the children’s father, Craig, has done everything he possibly could to keep the children at bay. 

[ Why has he been so adamant about the kids seeing their maternal grandparents? Makes one wonder if he is afraid of something they might say that would or could definitely incriminate him.  Naturally these statement’s are my own and not to be taken as factual, just my own opinions.  I can’t in reality see why her husband wouldn’t want to keep them apart.  Does he have anything to hide?????………flagranny2 ]

Police: Man Confesses to Causing Death of Missing 7-Year-Old Utah Girl

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah —  A man confessed to causing the death of a missing 7-year-old girl who was found in the bathroom of an apartment in her family’s complex, police said.

Esar Met, 21, was being held Wednesday on charges of aggravated murder, kidnapping and evidence tampering. Police took five people into custody on suspicion of homicide Tuesday night.

Police on Tuesday night found the body of Hser Nay Moo, who disappeared Monday from the apartment complex after an argument with her 10-year-old brother.

Click here to read the probable cause statement (pdf).

Met admitted to authorities to confining Hser in the “residence by force, resulting in her death,” as well as to trying to conceal the body, according to the Salt Lake County jail document.

Police found Hser’s body in a South Parc apartment after obtaining a search warrant for three remaining units at the complex that had yet to be investigated, MyFOXUtah reported.

“Our hearts and our sympathies go out to the family,” South Salt Lake Police Chief Chris Snyder said at a press conference. “This has been a very tough case for all of us.”

Snyder called the discovery of Hser’s body a “tragic ending” to the case.

Cartoon Wah, Hser’s father, said through an interpreter that he was thankful to the public for their support.

“I have one daughter in this world, and I loved her the most,” Wah said.

Police took four suspects into custody on suspicion of homicide and later apprehended a fifth, Snyder said.

Hser’s body showed signs of “trauma” but authorities do not know how she died, and an autopsy will be performed, he said.

Click here for more coverage from MyFOXUtah.com.

Breaking News – Fox News Network: 3rd wife of Scott Peterson, Kathleen Savio, has now been ruled as a homocide

Fox News TV 10:00pm
Thursday, February 21, 2008

Greta VanSustren of Fox News has just announced the 3rd wife of Drew Peterson, Kathleen Savio has now been ruled a homocide.  It was initially ruled death by drowning but after they exhumed and re-examined the body they reversed their decision as a homicide.  They also learned that there was no forced entry.

Drew Peterson Bombshell: Dr. Baden Was Right!

Breaking news….the Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow advises that Kathleen Savio’s death (Drew Peterson’s third wife) was a homicide. The new autopsy performed after the case was reopened confirms that her death was not an accident as originally ruled but a drowning and that is why it is now re-classified a homicide. This conforms to Dr. Baden’s conclusions after the independent autopsy he performed for the Savio family.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 21, 2008JOLIET – Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow announced today that his office has received the final report on the autopsy performed on the remains of Kathleen S. Savio on Nov. 13, 2007       Check GretaWire.com

UPDATE:Fox Breaking News-Woman’s body found in Chicago NOT that of either missing women

Fox News Live TV 
Time 1:54pm

Fox News Live TV just announced the body found in Chicago was not that of either Stacy Peterson or Lisa Stebic.

Drew Peterson vs Media Interesting Slideshow

Chicago Tribune

December 12, 2007
Drew Peterson vs Media

Slideshow I feel depicting the demeanor of a not so saddened husband who has lost his wife but this is my opinion-flagranny2

         1 of 30 images (click on the picture)

Drew Peterson talks with the media outside his Bolingbrook, Ill., home on Tuesday. Peterson was very upset that an ABC photographer continued to photograph his two young children after he requested him to stop earlier in the day. (Tribune photo by John Smierciak / December 11, 2007

Peterson warrants seek GPS information

Thu Dec 6, 12:07 PM ET
Source: Yahoo News-news.yahoo.com

Dive teams search the waters of the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal as part of their investigation of the disappearance of Stacy Peterson in Lockport, Ill., Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007.

Dive teams search the waters of the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal as part of their investigation of the disappearance of Stacy Peterson in Lockport, Ill., Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007. Peterson was last seen Oct. 28. Authorities have named her husband Drew Peterson as a suspect and said the case is a potential homicide. (AP Photo/Brian Kersey) BOLINGBROOK, Ill. – Investigators searching for an ex-police officer’s wife are focusing on the Global Positioning System in her husband’s vehicle along with “biological material” and other physical evidence, according to a published report 

The Chicago Tribune reported in its Thursday editions that it obtained a warrant served on Drew Peterson in the investigation of his missing 23-year-old wife, Stacy.

The warrant called for the seizure of items containing plastic shavings, blood, bodily fluids, fingernail scrapings, palm or fingerprints, chemicals that may alter body decomposition and other “biological material that may be evidence of the offense of first-degree murder.”

A separate warrant executed Nov. 1 and also obtained by the newspaper indicates authorities sought “all GPS records, cellular service records, logging records or any other electronic records in the possession of OnStar Inc.” relating to a 2005 GMC Yukon Denali driven by Peterson.

The warrant did not say what investigators sought to learn from OnStar, General Motors‘ driver assistance subscription service. OnStar spokesman Jim Kobus said the service does not track subscribers’ vehicles.

Tuesday’s warrant omitted specific language about OnStar; in its place was a generic description that included “in-dash GPS navigation systems,” according to the Tribune.

Joel Brodsky, Peterson’s attorney, on Thursday told The Associated Press that the newspaper’s description of the warrants “is accurate,” but did not comment further.

Stacy Peterson was last seen Oct. 28 and reported missing by her family the next day. Drew Peterson, a longtime member of the Bolingbrook Police Department until he quit after his wife went missing, has denied any involvement in her disappearance. He has said he believes his wife left him for another man and is alive.

The most recent warrant also sought objects containing or having traces of blue plastic, lead weights, plastic shavings and scuff marks, circular impressions or carpet indentations and any other indication of a plastic or barrel-like object.

A nonprofit group helping to search for Stacy Peterson has said police asked them to look for a blue plastic barrel large enough to hide a body.

Authorities also are investigating the death of Peterson’s ex-wife, Kathleen Savio, whose body was found in her bathtub in 2004. Her death initially was ruled an accidental drowning. But when Peterson disappeared, the Will County State’s Attorney’s office opened another investigation into the case and has said it appears her death was a homicide staged to look like an accident.

Reports: Peterson relative helped move box the day Stacy vanished

SOURCE:CNN.com 
Nov. 28, 2007
updated 1 hour, 3 minutes ago

[Peterson came back to the coffee shop and drove Morphey to Peterson’s home. Peterson reportedly asked the man to help him move something from the house. After moving the plastic container to the SUV, the two left and Peterson dropped the man off at his own home, according to the Tribune.]

BOLINGBROOK, Illinois (AP) — A relative of former police officer Drew Peterson reportedly helped him move a large, heavy container out of his suburban home the day his wife vanished.

The allegation sparked a furious denial from Peterson’s attorney.

Peterson and his stepbrother removed the container from an upstairs bedroom and put it in his sport-utility vehicle, according to media reports that cited anonymous sources close to the investigation into Stacy Peterson’s disappearance last month.

The stepbrother, Thomas Morphey, later became distraught after learning that Stacy Peterson was missing and tried to kill himself, the Chicago Tribune and The [Joliet] Herald News reported Wednesday.    [continue]

Story Highlights
*Stepbrother reportedly attempted suicide after helping move heavy box
*Wife of former police Sgt. Drew Peterson missing since October 28
*Peterson a suspect in wife’s disappearance, police say
*Peterson says he thinks wife left him for another man

Police Identify Person Believed to Have Helped Ex-Cop Drew Peterson Move Large Barrel

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Source:foxnews.com

Illinois State police have identified the person they think may have helped former police sergeant Drew Peterson move a large blue barrel from his bedroom to his vehicle the day after his 23-year-old wife was reported missing.

A law enforcement source tells WFLD FOX Chicago that the man who helped load a barrel into Peterson’s SUV tried to commit suicide the next day.

Stacy Peterson, a mother of two and Peterson’s fourth wife, was reported missing Oct. 29 by her family after she failed to show up to a friend’s house. Drew Peterson is a suspect in her disappearance.

Volunteers searching for any signs of Stacy are looking for the barrel. Neighbors say Peterson had a blue barrel in his backyard.

Peterson’s neighbor told police last week that he saw Peterson and the man load a barrel “big enough to put someone in” into the former police officer’s SUV, according to a Chicago Sun-Times report.

On Monday, 64 special agents with the FBI joined the search for Stacy to help state authorities in their investigation.

“I’m not saying that we’re going to be able to solve the case,” said FBI agent Ross Rice. “I’m certainly not going to predict if or when it will ever be solved but having additional resources certainly can’t hurt.

Meanwhile, Will County prosecutors reopened the investigation into the death of Peterson’s third ex-wife, Kathleen Savio. Savio, 40, died in a bathtub in March 2004. Prosecutors say the death appeared to be staged to conceal a homicide and recently exhumed her body for a second autopsy.

Illinois State Police told FOX News on Sunday that “new information” prompted its appeal for more information about possible sightings of the cars that belong to Stacy Peterson or her husband, Drew, around the time that the woman vanished.

Investigators are asking anyone who may have seen the vehicles on Oct. 28 or 29 — the time of the 23-year-old Bolingbrook mother’s disappearance — to come forward. Police have released photos of the vehicles: A dark Blue 2005 GMC Yukon Denali belonging to Drew and the second a purple 2002 Pontiac Grand Am, belonging to Stacy, and asked the public to call its tipline at 815-740-0678 or “America’s Most Wanted” at 800-274-6388.

Both vehicles were impounded by police on Nov. 1, and are still in police possession because of search warrant seizures.