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    IN - Nena Metoyer, 68, Fowler, September 2014 *Media, Maps, and Timeline*


    http://wlfi.com/2014/09/26/daughter-...stions-remain/

    Daughter dead, mom missing, questions remain

    Authorities said they are now turning their focus on the missing 68-year-old mother, Nena Metoyer, of Dunedin, Florida, who had been been staying with her daughter in Fowler. She is described as being 5-feet 1-inch tall, 150 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. They said she sometimes wears glasses.

    Police said Metoyer’s vehicle was still at the residence, but her whereabouts are unknown. She had been staying at the Fowler residence since Aug. 5. Family said they have not spoken to Metoyer for about two weeks.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact the Fowler Police Department at 765-884-0080.

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    http://www.jconline.com/story/news/l...oman/16269799/

    Fowler police searching for missing 68-year-old woman

    Fowler police have a mystery on their hands in the case of a missing grandmother, Nena Metoyer, who came to the small Indiana hamlet in August to be with her ailing 49-year-old daughter, Teresa Jarding.

    Jarding's children asked police to check in on their mother and grandmother Wednesday evening, but police didn't see anything out of place at the house in the 500 block of East Fifth Street and no one came to the door, Chief Dennis Rice said. At 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, the children met police at the house. The ailing mother was seen sitting in the dark in a recliner, so police forced open the door.


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    http://www.jconline.com/story/news/l...ther/16486107/

    Missing woman, missing man: Mystery in Fowler

    The search in Fowler for a missing woman perhaps has a connection to a missing Chicago man who might be Nena Metoyer's former son-in-law, Chief Dennis Rice of the Fowler Police Department said Wednesday.

    Authorities have been looking since last week for Metoyer, 68, who came to Fowler in early August to be with her ailing daughter, Teresa Jarding, 49.

    Several days before Jarding was found unresponsive late Sept. 24 in a recliner inside her home on East Fifth Street, Fowler police received a visit from a sister of Milan Lekich of Chicago, Rice said.


    http://wlfi.com/2014/09/30/fowler-mi...-persons-case/

    Missing Chicago man connected to Fowler missing person case

    In my career of having worked a lot of different cases, I’ve never worked one quite like this before,” said Fowler Police Chief Dennis Rice.

    Rice spent the day Tuesday combing through information in the missing person case of 68-year-old Nina Metoyer. It’s a case he said leaves more questions than answers.

    “There’s no indication she was abducted, just that she’s not there anymore and we don’t have all the answers,” said Rice.


    http://www.jconline.com/story/news/l...gust/16611831/

    Fowler police: Missing woman last seen in August

    Nena Metoyer in August boarded a plane in Florida for Indiana, and as best as anyone can recall, it was the last time anyone saw her, according Fowler police Chief Dennis Rice.

    The missing person's case has baffled Rice's department for more than a week as investigators try to decipher Metoyer's whereabouts.

    "The last time anyone can say they saw her was Aug. 5," Rice said.

    Police concluded that Metoyer, 68, was with her daughter, Teresa Jarding, in Fowler as recently as two weeks before Jarding died on Sept. 25. That's based on a phone conversation Jarding had with her aunt, Metoyer's sister, in Florida.


    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/l...html?track=rss

    Police investigate 'very odd' disappearance of husband, mother of dead woman

    It's a mystery that has led police to dead ends in three states.

    First, a man disappears from the Southeast Side of Chicago a year and a half ago and gets married in Las Vegas. Then last month, the wife is discovered dying in her Indiana home. And both the husband and the woman's mother are nowhere to be found.

    "It is very odd," said Dennis Rice, police chief of Fowler, Ind., about 100 miles from Chicago. "I’ve never seen anything like this."

    Police have a lot of questions but so far no evidence of foul play.

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    http://www.redeyechicago.com/news/ch...,3452748.story

    Police investigate 'very odd' disappearance of husband, mother of dead woman

    It's a mystery that has led police to dead ends in three states.

    First, a man disappears from the Southeast Side of Chicago a year and a half ago and gets married in Las Vegas. Then last month, the wife is discovered dying in her Indiana home. And both the husband and the woman's mother are nowhere to be found.

    "It is very odd," said Dennis Rice, police chief of Fowler, Ind., about 100 miles from Chicago. "I’ve never seen anything like this."

    Police have a lot of questions but so far no evidence of foul play.


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    http://www.erietvnews.com/story/2671...be-missing-man

    Police: Dismembered human remains on Southeast Side may be missing man

    A Chicago police source tells WGN News that dismembered body parts found in a garage on the far Southeast Side may be the remains of a man missing from the neighborhood for more than a year.


    http://www.jconline.com/story/news/l...sing/16799757/

    More twists and turns in missing woman's case

    The discovery of a man's remains in Chicago may be connected to the disappearance of a woman in Benton County, according to Fowler police Chief Dennis Rice.

    Nena Metoyer, 68, has been missing for at least two weeks, and the mystery grows as police look for clues in what has turned out to be a labyrinthine investigation.


    http://my.chicagotribune.com/#sectio.../p2p-81603560/

    Dismembered body tentatively ID'd as man missing from Hegewisch

    Dismembered remains found on the Southeast Side over the weekend appear to be the body of a man reported missing more than a year ago, but it's unclear whether his death is connected to the disappearance of his mother-in-law in Indiana last month, officials said Monday.

    The body has been tentatively identified as Milan Lekich, 51. It was found wrapped in sheets or blankets and placed in a garbage can inside the garage of the Hegewisch home where Lekich had lived in the 13300 block of Avenue M, according to sources with knowledge of the investigation.


    http://www.jconline.com/story/news/l...ther/16486107/

    Missing woman, missing man: Mystery in Fowler

    The search in Fowler for a missing woman perhaps has a connection to a missing Chicago man who might be Nena Metoyer's former son-in-law, Chief Dennis Rice of the Fowler Police Department said Wednesday.

    Authorities have been looking since last week for Metoyer, 68, who came to Fowler in early August to be with her ailing daughter, Teresa Jarding, 49.

    Several days before Jarding was found unresponsive late Sept. 24 in a recliner inside her home on East Fifth Street, Fowler police received a visit from a sister of Milan Lekich of Chicago, Rice said.



    http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2014/10/...-in-hegewisch/

    Indiana Police: Dismembered Body Found In Hegewisch Might Be Missing Man

    Police in Indiana suspect a dismembered body found in a garage in Chicago’s Hegewisch neighborhood belong to a man who disappeared more than a year-and-a-half ago.

    Chicago police were conducting an investigation after finding the body Sunday afternoon in the 13300 block of South Avenue M, after neighbors smelled a foul odor coming from the garage and alley, and then called police.


    http://breakingnews.suntimes.com/chi...e-missing-man/

    Murder mystery: Dismembered body believed to be missing man

    About two weeks after an Indiana woman was found dying with a gun at her side, her estranged husband, Milan Lekich, also is believed to have turned up dead.

    A dismembered body was found Sunday in a Far Southeast Side garage, and it’s believed to be Lekich. The body parts were found wrapped in plastic and a blanket in the garage about 3:20 p.m. Sunday in the 13300 block of South Avenue M, according to Chicago Police. That address is Lekich’s last known residence, according to a missing person report issued last week for him.



    http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local...278221681.html

    Wrapped Body Parts Found in Garage May Be Linked to Indiana Missing Person Case

    The discovery of a man's body parts found wrapped in plastic and a blanket Sunday in a garage in Chicago's Hegewisch neighborhood may be a significant clue in an Indiana missing person's case.

    Police say the victim, believed to be 51-year-old Milan Lekich, was found dead at about 3:20 p.m. in the 13300 block of South Avenue M. It was also his last reported address.

    Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local...#ixzz3FVuSOsd1
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    http://wlfi.com/2014/10/11/body-of-m...d-in-backyard/

    Human remains found on Fowler property belonging to missing woman’s daughter

    Fowler Police Chief Dennis Rice confirmed to News 18 that possible human remains were discovered on the property of the Fowler home where missing Fowler woman 68-year-old Nena Metoyer was last seen.



    http://tbo.com/news/crime/body-of-du...yard-20141011/

    Body of Dunedin woman found in Indiana backyard

    A northwestern Indiana sheriff says the body of a missing Pinellas County woman has been found buried in the backyard of her recently deceased daughter’s home.

    Benton County Sheriff Butch Pritchett tells WLFI-TV the body of 68-year-old Nena Metoyer of Dunedin was found buried this afternoon in the town of Fowler, about 70 miles south of Gary.

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    http://wlfi.com/2014/10/14/positive-...investigation/

    Positive ID made on missing man possibly linked to Fowler investigation

    The dismembered body found in a garage on Chicago’s south side is that of Milan Lekich. A spokesman with the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed the ID Tuesday. Lekich died from multiple gun shot wounds to the head and the death is being ruled a homicide.

    On Oct. 5, Chicago police were called to the home after neighbors reported smelling a foul odor. They found a man’s body in the garage, wrapped in plastic.

    As News 18 has previously reported, Fowler police believe that the death of Lekich is possibly linked to an ongoing investigation in Fowler.



    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/l...014-story.html

    Mystery deepens: Body buried in Indiana may be missing mother-in-law

    bizarre missing persons case has turned into an even stranger murder mystery.

    Last month, police broke into the home of a dying Indiana woman and discovered that her husband and her mother were both missing.

    About a week later, the dismembered remains of the husband, Milan Lekich, 51, were found stuffed in a garbage can in the garage of the home where he once lived in Hegewisch. The medical examiner's office said Tuesday he had been shot several times in the head.

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    http://wlfi.com/2014/10/15/coroner-f...drug-overdose/

    Coroner: Fowler woman died from drug overdose

    The woman at the center of an ongoing investigation in Fowler died of a drug overdose.

    Tippecanoe County Coroner Donna Avolt tells News 18 Teresa Jarding, 49, died from acute mixed drug toxicity and her death is being ruled a suicide. On Tuesday, Avolt had stated Jarding died of natural causes.


    http://www.jconline.com/story/news/2...lled/17304827/

    Coroner: Fowler woman died from overdose

    Teresa Jarding's death wasn't as natural as first described. She killed herself.

    She died from a drug overdose, Tippecanoe County Coroner Donna Avolt said Wednesday. Officially, Jarding's cause of death was an acute mixed drug toxicity.

    Jarding's death is at the center of investigations in Fowler and Chicago involving the death of her ex-husband and disappearance of her mother, Nena Metoyer.


    http://www.jconline.com/story/news/2...lled/17304827/

    Coroner: Fowler woman died from overdose

    Teresa Jarding's death wasn't as natural as first described. She killed herself.

    She died from a drug overdose, Tippecanoe County Coroner Donna Avolt said Wednesday. Officially, Jarding's cause of death was an acute mixed drug toxicity.

    Jarding's death is at the center of investigations in Fowler and Chicago involving the death of her ex-husband and disappearance of her mother, Nena Metoyer


    http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local...FlowFB_CHBrand

    Woman Connected to Indiana Murder Mystery Committed Suicide: Coroner

    Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local...#ixzz3GFzhk3tW
    An Indiana woman central to a bizarre murder mystery with Chicago ties committed suicide, a coroner said Wednesday.

    Teresa Jarding died of “acute mixed-drug toxicity” and her manner of death was suicide, Tippecanoe County (Ind.) Coroner Donna Hart Avolt said. But she refused to elaborate on the results of toxicology testing on Jarding’s remains.

    Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local...#ixzz3GFzkxZ00
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    http://fox59.com/2014/10/16/chief-mu...ming-to-close/

    Authorities in Benton County say they are getting closer to solving a murder mystery involving three dead bodies.

    Fowler police are investigating the suicide of 49-year-old Teresa Jarding and now the murder of her husband and possible death of her mother.

    Police first got involved when a family of a missing Chicago man reached out to them. Their loved one, Milan Lekich, had gone missing and his wife, Jarding, was living in Fowler.

    Officers tried to reach out to her, but she refused to speak to them.



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