Remains Of Young Girl Found In Orange County, FL Less than 1/2 Mile from Casey Anthony’s Parents Home … Caylee Anthony???
According to WFTV the remains of a young girl have been located in Orange County, FL. The location is less than a half a mile from the home of Cindy and George Anthony, the parents of indicted tot mom Casey Anthony. Could this discovery possible be linked to the case of missing Caylee Anthony? Caylee Anthony has been missing since June 9, 2008. The body of a small child was found this morning at 9:32 am by a utility worker. The utility worker then contacted authorities as to their finding.
Could this be the break in the case of missing Caylee Anthony that everyone has been waiting for? A chance finding of a garbage bag after all the searches for little Caylee.
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The remains of a young girl have been located in east Orange County in location less than a half-mile from the Casey Anthony’s parent’s home.
Eyewitness News has learned a meter reader discovered a bag in the area of Chickasaw Trail and Suburban Drive (see map), around three-tenths of a mile from the Anthonys’ home.
According to information obtained by Eyewitness News, when the meter reader picked up the bag a skull fell out. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed to Eyewitness News that the body is a young girl.
It is not clear at this point whether the body could be Caylee Anthony.
UPDATE I: Tim Miller discusses this mornings events and states that law enforcement words to him were … “Tim, it looks like we got her.”
Tim Miller, founder of the Texas-based search group Equusearch, said he had been called by law enforcement officials and told they believed they had found Caylee Anthony.
“The words were, ‘Tim, it looks like we got her,’” said Miller. “I’m surprised. It was one of them cases I thought would have never been found… I thought the best thing that would ever happen is that one day we could go to a funeral and say good-bye to this little girl… and it looks like that will happen.”
The skeletal remains of a small child were found Thursday near the home of a missing Orlando toddler’s family, FOXNews.com confirmed.
Orange County sheriffs and forensics teams were at the location where the remains were discovered, near the home of 3-year-old Caylee Anthony’s family.
“All we know is that remains of a child have been found,” a police spokeswoman told FOXNews.com.
Orange County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Jim Solomons told The Associated Press that a utility worker found the body at 9:32 a.m. Thursday. There is nothing that immediately indicates that the bones belong to Caylee.
UPDATE III: VIDEO from Local 6 – “Live video” watch now
Remains described as being those of a small child were found Thursday near the home of missing toddler Caylee Anthony’s grandparents, a spokesman for the Orange County, Florida, sheriff’s office told CNN.
UPDATE V: Cindy and George Anthony, the grandparents of missing Caylee Anthony are flying back to Orlando, FL after their appearance on Larry King show last night. They are set to return back to the Orlando area according to reports at approximately 4:30 pm. The Anthony’s can stop their defense of Casey and now look at the facts of the case and provide some justice and respect for their granddaughter, Caylee.
Larry King transcripts from last nights show with Anthony’s.
CINDY ANTHONY: We actually didn’t find out until July so…
KING: She had been missing how long when you found out?
CINDY ANTHONY: About a month. And…
KING: Isn’t that strange?
CINDY ANTHONY: Well, not really. My daughter, you know, had her. And, you know, we just — we just assumed that Casey and Caylee were, you know, off visiting friends. KING: George, why wouldn’t your daughter have called you and say Caylee’s gone?
GEORGE ANTHONY: That’s really a good question. I — I know we kept in contact with her — at least Cindy did — almost every day or every other day — a little text message here and there. And everything was fine.
KING: So what do you make of it?
I mean, she’s your daughter. You have to have some — why wouldn’t she not — why would she tell you — not tell you?
CINDY ANTHONY: I think she’s — I think she was frightened. I think, from what we understand, that, you know, there’s been threats to not only Caylee’s well-being, but also to our family’s well-being.
CINDY ANTHONY: By the people that have Caylee.
KING: You think Caylee was taken. Your daughter obviously knew she was taken.
CINDY ANTHONY: Um-hmm.