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    OK - Ottawa Co, Male, 18-35, GSW to skull, Feb'12 - Joshua Sousa

    The Ottawa County sheriff is investigating the discovery of skeletal remains found near Cardin, Oklahoma.

    http://www.fox14tv.com/story/1697500...wa-county-okla
    Last edited by summer_breeze; 12-19-2012 at 08:20 PM. Reason: error

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    It would be interesting if this were him:

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...do_manuel.html

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    This is a suspicious case. They could have taken Cedric down I44 and left him where these remains were found:

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...ht_cedric.html

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    And then there is this case, which is the closest area wise, I think:

    Barton's 1990 maroon Oldsmobile was discovered in a wooded area in the southeast corner of Ottawa County. Just north of the Delaware County line. Family members last saw Barton on Saturday, March 4, at their home in Vinita.

    http://www.nampn.org/cases/barton_robert.html

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    The area where the body was found is less than five miles from the Kansas state line, so that's in play, too, missing persons-wise.

    The body was discovered in a once heavily mined region of the county (one can get an idea by googling 565 Road, Ottawa County, and seeing the aerial views of the mined out areas and chat piles remaining), not far from Picher, a town which ceased to exist after a federal buyout a few years ago - lead pollution had ruined the area. Cardin, too, has been bought out and perhaps a handful of locals still remain.

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    Hmmm.....between 18 and 35, Caucasian or Hispanic, the body there for six months to two years. (Unless, of course, their estimates on any of these factors are wrong. Not totally unlikely.) Unpeopled region of a small, clannish county near Kansas and Missouri state lines. .22 rifle found at scene; bullet hole in skull. Suicide or hunting accident likely. (Unless, of course, it's a murder and the rifle were just dropped there to confuse matters, but - unlikely.) Tulsa the nearest urban population, 95 miles away. Nothing really matches, at least on Charley Project or NAMPN. Around here, though, a person can disappear and it could go unreported - broken families, distrust of LE, many recent immigrants.

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    Okay, my guess is - recent immigrant who worked for a time at one of the chicken processing plants in the region, or at the mushroom farm, a very few miles from where the body was discovered. Things didn't work out, got homesick, was assumed by those (possibly) few people who knew him to have gone back to Mexico. His absence either went unreported, or was not taken seriously by LE. Many of the recent immigrants live in Commerce, and he could have walked to the scene from there - maybe a mile.

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    Oh, I missed the timeline, or else it was updated later. I'll can look in the Kansas area later.

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    Here's the article with additional info:

    MIAMI — Skeletal remains found in rural Ottawa County were sent to the state medical examiner's office, a sheriff's detective said.

    The remains found Friday near Cardin could have been there for as long as two years, Ottawa County sheriff's Detective Derek Derwin said Saturday.

    Authorities think the remains are from either a Caucasian or Hispanic male between the ages of 18 and 35. The skull appeared to have suffered a gunshot wound, and a .22-caliber rifle was found at the scene, Derwin said.

    Cardin was once a prosperous mining community in northern Ottawa County and is within the Tar Creek Superfund site. Lead pollution prompted a federally funded buyout, which left the town abandoned.

    Read more: http://newsok.com/skeletal-remains-f...#ixzz1n7fjje6y

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    I found the timeline in this article: http://www.newson6.com/story/1696694...-ottawa-county

    "It is believed that the remains have been at the scene for 6 months to two years," Derwin said.


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    I'm thinking the body found is probably from Kansas and either murder or suicide they ventured over the border to do the deed.

    The only possible I see from OK is a Jason Feuerbach

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    Maybe date is wrong on this one but it fits and not to far away is OK. http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/l/larsen_karl.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lera213 View Post
    Maybe date is wrong on this one but it fits and not to far away is OK. http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/l/larsen_karl.html
    Paola's 130 miles from Cardin. Someone would have to know the region plus have transportation to it from an independent source as, as far as I know, no vehicle has been recovered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lera213 View Post
    I'm thinking the body found is probably from Kansas and either murder or suicide they ventured over the border to do the deed.

    The only possible I see from OK is a Jason Feuerbach
    Yes, saw Jason Feuerbach's name when delving into Charley Project's missing in Okla. Catoosa's about 80 miles from Cardin. The thing is, unless one had lived in this area before or had visited here, there's no real reason to know the area in question. It's not a natural site for a suicide for someone traveling a distance.

    The one thing this particular area does have going for it, hidden-body-wise, is the mines; they are rumored to have been the body-dumps of scores of missing persons. But this skeleton was found not in a mine - though, true, most are now sealed - but in the woods.

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    Colton Barrera is the only one I could find missing from Kansas of that age perimeter.

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...ra_colton.html

    There's also a FB page that just about breaks my heart: http://www.facebook.com/FCBgroup?ref=ts&sk=wall

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