Police Resume Digging For Remains Of Up To 7 Missing Girls « CBS Miami
The FBI and other agencies restarted the work at a site about 30 miles 50 kilometers northeast of downtown Detroit in Macomb Township, police said. Crews arrived there Monday and began digging in earnest Tuesday for the remains of Kimberly King, a year-old girl who was last seen in in Warren. She is the only one of the missing girls who has been publicly identified.
Police began searching the site after speaking with a man serving life in prison for the slaying of another girl whose body was found nearby.
Police Resume Digging For Remains Of Up To 7 Missing Girls
In , Arthur Ream led police to the body of year-old Cindy Zarzycki in the same wooded area. She was last seen in after being lured to a Dairy Queen in Eastpointe, just north of Detroit. Ream was convicted of first-degree murder in her slaying and sentenced to life in prison. He also drew a map of the site and spent about an hour at the search scene with authorities before being returned to prison.
Authorities said Ream, now 68, tricked her by telling her that he was planning a surprise party for his son. On Wednesday, police said Ream boasted to fellow prisoners that he had killed several other girls.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report. You are commenting using your Twitter account. The first chapter summarizes the history of archaeological research beginning with the investigations of Jeffrey Wyman on the Miami River in and brings the reader to the discoveries of Florida's first county archaeologist. Most of the book is organized chronologically beginning in chapter 2 with the discovery of extinct fossil Most of the book is organized chronologically beginning in chapter 2 with the discovery of extinct fossil bones mixed with artifacts at the Cutler Site.
The book summarizes the area's prehistory from the Paleo-Indian Period through the time of Spanish contact with the demise of the Tequesta in Prehistoric cultural patterns, particularly in regard to the adaptation to South Florida's Everglades and coastal wetlands, are discussed in detail in chapters 3 through 5. Chapters 6 through 11 summarize the area's historic archaeology beginning with the period of Spanish contact in the sixteenth century.
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The area's English and Bahamian legacy is reported in chapter 7. The arrival of the Creeks and Seminoles is examined in chapter 8 and the archaeology of the Seminole War in chapter 9. The legacy of pioneer settlers both white and black is highlighted using specific archaeological discoveries in chapters 10 and Influences from Hopewellian and subsequent Mississippian religious ideas are presented.
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