30 Year Old Missing Jogger Karina Vetrano Found Dead Near her Queens, NY Home … Investigators Believe She was Sexually Assaulted & Murdered
Karina Vetrano, a 30-year-old jogger who was reported missing by her dad Tuesday afternoon was found dead in a marsh off the Belt Parkway less than half a mile away from her Queens, New York home. Vetrano was found in the marshes near 161st Ave. and 78th St. in Howard Beach, Queens. The father, a retired FDNY official, set out with the search party. He, along with police, ultimately discovered his daughter’s body.
A 30-year-old jogger reported missing by her dad Tuesday afternoon was found dead in a marsh off the Belt Parkway less than half a mile away from her Queens home — and investigators believe she was murdered, police sources said.
Karina Vetrano was discovered deep in the marshes near 161st Ave. and 78th St. in Howard Beach late Tuesday, after cops conducted a massive search for her. Her pants had been pulled down and cops believe she was strangled and sexually assaulted, police sources said.
Cops found her cell phone near a bike path and discovered her body closer to the shoreline.
The city Medical Examiner will conduct an autopsy to determine how she was killed.
The remains found earlier this week at a Madison Township, OH farm are that of missing 30 year old Lindsay Bogan. She was identified through medical records. Lindsay Bogan has been missing since September 14, 2015. Bogan’s boyfriend, Eric Sexton, is s suspect in the homicide, he is currently serving a 9 month prison sentence for promoting prostitution.
Bones found earlier this week at a Madison Township farm belong to a Middletown woman missing since September.
Lindsay Bogan, 30, was identified through dental records, Butler County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Anthony Dwyer told the Journal-News.
Detectives returned Friday night to the farm on Keister Road; Dwyer told the Journal-News they were searching for more evidence.
“No one should be thrown away like this,” Butler County Lt. Todd Langmeyer said in a news release. “That is exactly what someone did to this woman. We are finding out more in each stage of this investigation and we will work diligently until we find out who did this to her.”
Bogan’s boyfriend, Eric Sexton, was arrested not long after he reported Bogan missing Sept. 14. He said he’d last seen her getting in a silver Dodge Durango at the corner of Central Avenue and Baltimore Street in downtown Middletown the day before.
WEST VIRGINIA FLOODS CLAIM MORE LIVES …
The death toll had been at 23, until three more bodies were found in West Virginia’s devastating flood, bring the death toll to 26 as many more people are still missing as well. According to Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office, the 3 deaths were reported overnight in Elkview. Sadly, the death count is expected to climb as the historic floods have destroyed hundreds of homes, washed out roads and knocked out power to tens of thousands of people. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin declared states of emergency in 44 counties Thursday night and he activated 200 National Guard members to assist in eight counties and has authorization to activate as many as 300 more, if needed.
Search continues for missing people after West Virginia flooding.
Three more bodies were found in West Virginia’s devastating flood, bringing the death toll from the natural disaster to 26 as authorities are still searching for missing people.
As the death count climbs , high waters and torrential downpours also destroyed more than 100 homes, washed out countless roads and knocked out power for tens and thousands of people.
Authorities said Saturday that people are still unaccounted for in the county hardest-hit by the floods, Greenbrier, the home of the famous golf course of the same name.
Record Flooding in West Virginia
West Virginia Flooding
Arrest Made in 2011 Case of Missing 11 Year Old Young Celina Cass Found Murdered … Her stepfather, 52 Year Old Wendell Noyes Arrested
ARREST FINALLY MADE IN THE CASE OF MURDERED YOUNG CELINA CASS …
11 year old Young Celina Cass went missing on July 26, 2011. Sadly, six days later she was found dead wrapped in a rug at the bottom of a dam on the Connecticut River, barely a half a mile from her home in Stewartstown, N.H. Five years later an arrest has finally been made. Her stepfather, 52 year old Wendell Noyes, was arrested on Monday and charged with second-degree murder. Noyes is accused of killing Cass by submerging her body in the river. The stepfather is set to be arraigned Tuesday.
An arrest has been made in the case of an 11-year-old New Hampshire girl who mysteriously vanished and was then found dead in a river five years ago.
Young Celina Cass went missing on July 26, 2011. Her disappearance attracted national attention as the FBI and police agencies from all over New England got involved in her search. Her story appeared on the TODAY Show for a week at the time.
Six days after she disappeared her body was found wrapped in a rug at the bottom of a dam on the Connecticut River, barely a half a mile from her home in Stewartstown, N.H.
Her stepfather, Wendell Noyes, 52, was arrested on Monday and charged with second-degree murder, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office.
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THE FACT THAT DISNEY IS ADDRESSING THE ALLIGATOR SIGN SITUATION IS ALL BUT AN ADMISSION OF GUILT THAT THEY WERE NEGLIGENT IN NOT WARNING INDIVIDUALS OF POSSIBLE DANGERS …
As reported at FOX News, Disney official said Wednesday the company plans to “thoroughly review” its alligator warning signage around a resort where a 2-year-old boy was killed by a reptile that snatched him out of shallow water of a man made lagoon at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. This is all but an admission of guilt by Disney that they were negligent in not having signs up posted that to be aware of alligators. To retroactively try and fix the problem does not deflect them from a potential and probable law suit from the parents of 2 year old Lane Graves.
Watch the VIDEO below of the legal discussion with Fox News Sr. Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano and Disney’s liability in the death of 2 year old Lane Graves. Napolitano provides a thorough and reasoned legal explanation. Look for Disney to make a settlement out of court so not to make this a public event and ruin the Disney brand. However, make no mistake about it, there will be a law suit on behalf of the child and the parents. This was a horrendous act of unimaginable proportions and I cannot even imagine that a parent could ever rid themselves of the horror of seeing their child attacked by an alligator. How does anyone ever get that image out of their head?
A Disney official said Wednesday the company plans to “thoroughly review” its alligator warning signage around a resort where a 2-year-old boy was killed by a reptile that snatched him out of shallow water.
The company official spoke to the Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because Disney has yet to prepare a formal statement on the matter.
Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said his department and the state wildlife agency would look into the issues of warning signs around Seven Seas Lagoon at The Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, where Disney had posted “no swimming” signs but no warnings about the presence of alligators.
Dive teams on Wednesday afternoon were able to recover the body of the toddler “completely intact.” Demings said that the body was in water roughly six feet deep, 10-15 yards from the edge of the lagoon where the child had been wading Tuesday night.