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    MT - Sherry Arnold - 43 years old - Sidney - 7-Jan-2012

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    Posted: Jan 7, 2012 9:57 PM by Amanda Venegas (KTVQ Billings)

    Sidney authorities recover shoe of missing teacher
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    Parties called in, will resume Sunday morning

    http://www.sidneyherald.com/articles...b050996954.txt

    Published on Saturday, January 7, 2012 6:37 PM MST

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    A search will begin again at 8 a.m. Sunday. Volunteers will meet at the Sidney High School gymnasium.


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    Massive search effort underway in Sidney for missing teacher

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    Posted: Jan 8, 2012 9:46 AM by Amanda Venegas
    Updated: Jan 8, 2012 9:51 AM

    UPDATED: Hundreds of people are scouring the town of Sidney for any signs of missing teacher Sherry Arnold.


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    Sidney authorities recover shoe of missing teacher

    http://www.kpax.com/news/sidney-auth...ssing-teacher/

    I just found out from my own FB that this woman is a friend of a friend. Praying for her.


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    UPDATED: Hundreds of people are scouring the town of Sidney for any signs of missing teacher Sherry Arnold. The 43-year-old woman has been missing since 6:30 a.m. Saturday, when she left her house to go for a jog. On Saturday, authorities recovered her shoe in the northeast part of town.

    Sidney Police Assistant Chief Bob Burnison says three canine units from the Border Patrol, Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office and the Miles City Police Department are in town searching for Arnold. In addition to local law enforcement and firefighters, 40 members of the Montana National Guard are assisting officers by searching the rural areas of town. The National Guardsmen were in town for drill, when Arnold disappeared. Brunison says officers are searching by ATV and will use a helicopter to help in the effort.

    Additionally, close to 200 people from the community are out searching for the well-known math teacher and coach.

    Stay with Q2 for more on this developing story.

    http://www.ktvq.com/news/sidney-auth...ssing-teacher/


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    Over 500 people comb Sidney for missing teacher

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    Posted: Jan 8, 2012 6:15 PM by Amanda Venegas (KTVQ Billings)
    Updated: Jan 8, 2012 7:55 PM

    SIDNEY- One day after a popular Eastern Montana teacher went missing, hundreds of people descend into the town of Sidney to find Sherry Arnold.


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    Authorities take over search Monday morning

    Law enforcement and fire and rescue workers from Richland and the surrounding counties took over the search operation Monday morning for missing Sidney teacher Sherry Arnold. Authorities met early to decide where to concentrate efforts for the day.

    Sidney Assistant Police Chief Bob Burnison said officials would continue the search in northeast Sidney and expand to the entire county.

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    Officials were conducting interviews, collecting any surveillance tapes and searching for any possible witnesses to help in the investigation. Police have no suspects or persons of interest at this point, Burnison said.

    More: http://www.sidneyherald.com/articles...a295005571.txt


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    Search underway for missing Montana teacher

    Friends, family and eastern Montana authorities are desperately searching for a Sidney teacher who has been missing since Saturday morning.

    Sherry Arnold went for a jog Saturday morning at about 6:30 and has not returned home.

    More: http://www.kbzk.com/news/search-unde...ntana-teacher/




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    Sidney authorities recover shoe of missing teacher

    Authorities in Eastern Montana say they have recovered a shoe belonging to missing Sidney teacher Sherry Arnold. She was last seen around 6:30 am jogging in the town.

    Sidney Police Assistant Chief Bob Burnison says the shoe was found in the northeastern part of town, near what is known as the truck route.

    More: http://www.kpax.com/news/sidney-auth...ssing-teacher/


    'Items' found, still no leads

    Authorities say some "items" have been found, but there are no new leads into the whereabouts of missing teacher Sherry Arnold, who disappeared Saturday morning during her normal run.

    More: http://www.sidneyherald.com/articles...1346983879.txt


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    Search is under way for missing Sidney, Mont., teacher

    Police received a call shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday from her husband, Gary Arnold, that she did not return when expected and family members could not locate her after they began looking.

    "That was out of character for her. She is a very stable, reliable person," said Sidney Assistant Police Chief Bob Burnison. "At noon, an organized ground search of 300 citizens was started."

    A running shoe found around 3:30 p.m. MST Saturday in northeast Sidney "positively belonging to her." said Burnison. "Nothing else was found."

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    More than 1,000 people wanted to help Sunday when the civilian search continued. Burnison said they limited civilian searchers to 300 because they couldn't manage that many people, but have taken names of people who want to help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed View Post
    Sidney authorities recover shoe of missing teacher

    Authorities in Eastern Montana say they have recovered a shoe belonging to missing Sidney teacher Sherry Arnold. She was last seen around 6:30 am jogging in the town.

    Sidney Police Assistant Chief Bob Burnison says the shoe was found in the northeastern part of town, near what is known as the truck route.

    More: http://www.kpax.com/news/sidney-auth...ssing-teacher/


    'Items' found, still no leads

    Authorities say some "items" have been found, but there are no new leads into the whereabouts of missing teacher Sherry Arnold, who disappeared Saturday morning during her normal run.

    More: http://www.sidneyherald.com/articles...1346983879.txt
    The shoe certainly makes it sound as if she may have been grabbed by someone, and I cringe at hearing it was found in an area known as the "truck route"...that just gives me a terrible feeling. Hope I'm wrong and they can find her soon and safe!


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    Quote Originally Posted by bdawk20 View Post
    The shoe certainly makes it sound as if she may have been grabbed by someone, and I cringe at hearing it was found in an area known as the "truck route"...that just gives me a terrible feeling. Hope I'm wrong and they can find her soon and safe!
    You posted exactly what I was feeling/thinking. I pray for her and her family!

    What is the "truck route" like? The article says that this is her regular route to jog.
    Do others jog there?
    Does it have a great deal of truck activity there?
    Was it still dark in Sidney, Montana at 6:30 a.m.?


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    Oh no...sounds very bad so far...
    Just my opinion, of course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cluciano63 View Post
    Oh no...sounds very bad so far...
    That's what I was thinking . If there is a shoe missing, makes me think there was a struggle. I sure hope not! Prayers that Sherry will be found safe and return to her family!
    Seeking Justice for those who can't. There has been justice for Jhessye!


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    Seeking Justice for those who can't. There has been justice for Jhessye!


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