Human remains were found near Airport Road in Ormond Beach on Sunday afternoon, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office.
Curtis said it appeared the skull had come free of a black trash bag surrounded by a box.
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Thanks for the thread Cubby!
Just want to add that there is also an informative video at the link. No id yet if an adult or child, male or female.
If anyone sees any updates please post. I check a lot of the FL news outlets in this area for any news on the Haleigh Cummings case but don't always catch everything.
"IT TAKES A LOT BIGGER MAN TO STAND UP AND ADMIT HIS MISTAKES THAN TO HIDE BEHIND A LIE"WHY WON'T ANYONE STAND UP FOR HALEIGH??!! WHY?? TELL THE TRUTH!!HALEIGH DESERVES IT!!
YW twall. I don't follow Haleighs case so you might want to link to this thread whereever it might belong in Haleighs forum so those can watch as any news unfolds regarding this case.
The human remains found in Ormond Beach in a trash bag over the weekend were that of a white female between the ages of 20 and 45 ... had light brown to dirty blond hair and was around 100 to 115 pounds
Article with a photo of a very distinctive green leather sandal found with the remains:
I'm thinking that sandal would have been discolored if it had stayed wet and wrapped in the plastic for too long.
<-- Watched one too many Hanna-Barbera "teenage detective" cartoons as a kid.
wow, so simular to michael scot louis, dismembered body found in black trash bags ormond beach. cheryl dunlap trial of gary michael hilton attempted to exclude any evidence in his death.
Last edited by stormsailor; 01-19-2011 at 12:55 PM. Reason: body not dismembered
Agencies compare notes on skull and bonesORMOND BEACH, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - South Daytona Police want to know if human remains found in Ormond Beach Sunday are those of a missing South Daytona woman.
Pamela Will, 49, was last seen in September when she was kicked out of the Red Carpet Motel for not paying rent.http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news...ull-and-bones#
photograph of a sandal which was found near the remains
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Speculation is mounting the remains found at an Ormond Beach industrial park could be those of a missing South Daytona woman.
Pamela Will, 48, was reported missing in September.
South Daytona police believe there are similarities. In a police report, detectives said they believe it could possibly the remains of Will.
But neither agency is confirming it is her.
"I understand that DNA is being obtained to verify if this is our missing person or not," said South Daytona Police Lt. Ron White.
Because Will was a known prostitute, there is also growing speculation this could be the work of a serial killer who claimed three lives in Daytona Beach and has never been captured.
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...investigators cautioned that Pamela Will, last seen in September at a South Daytona motel, is not the only possible match.
The dead body was unearthed Sunday in a remote ditch off West Tower Circle, where a family riding four-wheelers in the mud noticed a skull poking out of the ground.
The rest of the corpse was submerged, buried face-up and wrapped in plastic, according to a police report.
Police said the victim is likely a 20- to 45-year-old white woman who weighed 100 to 115 pounds; she was probably slender and had light brown or dirty blond hair. The woman appeared to be buried within the past six months, but investigators haven't specified how she died or how long she was dead.
Will, whose 49th birthday is Sunday, is listed as 5 feet 2 inches tall and 130 pounds with brown hair, green eyes and a light complexion. Her last known location was Sept. 8 at the Red Carpet Inn at 1855 S. Ridgewood Ave. in South Daytona, where police said she was asked to leave for lack of payment.
She was reported missing about two weeks after that. In November, South Daytona police put out a flier describing Will as jobless, homeless and "in a depressed state of mind."
"A DNA match has determined that a South Daytona woman missing since 2010 was the person found dead in an Ormond Beach ditch last year, a police report shows.
Pamela Sue Will, 48, was found buried in a muddy ditch off West Tower Circle on Jan. 16, 2011. She had vanished from South Daytona in September 2010. "