Excavation work in a wooded area northeast of Detroit for what police say could be the remains of up to seven girls missing for decades has stopped for the day.
Warren police, the FBI and other agencies spent Tuesday digging and searching the site in Macomb Township for the body of 12-year-old Kimberly King.
Warren Police Commissioner William Dwyer says his department has probable cause to conduct the search, but declined to say what officers are trying to find.Officers using shovels and excavation equipment began digging at the Macomb Township site Monday.By mid-century the fossiliferous strata of Europe had been grouped into systems arrayed in chronological order.The stratigraphic column, a composite of these systems, was pieced together from exposures in different regions by application of the principles…Dwyer has said they are prepared to continue the work throughout the week.
In 2008, Arthur Ream led police to the area and the remains of Cindy Zarzycki who disappeared in 1986 after being lured to a Dairy Queen.Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer says the bodies of four to six other girls reported missing may be buried at the site and that the excavation may take several days. King lived in the Detroit suburb of Warren, as did 13-year-old Cindy Zarzycki.She disappeared in 1986 after being lured to a Dairy Queen.Arthur Ream led police to the area and Zarzycki's remains in 2008.Zarzycki had been dating Ream's son at the time of her disappearance.Wedding Paper Divas It's official: A post shared by Whitney Port whitneyeveport on Dec 4, at He's not shy, but I know in his past with girls he had difficult making the first move. She first provided how to quality t-shirts and state them to stores.