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    AZ - Shannon Aumock, 16, Phoenix, 28 May 1992

    Links for Shannon Aumock who died in 1992, and was ID'd and laid to rest in 2011.



    Phoenix police positively ID 1992 homicide victim

    by William Hermann - Mar. 22, 2011 08:05 PM
    The Arizona Republic

    A teenage runaway who had no permanent home in her short, troubled life and spent two decades in an unmarked pauper's grave will finally find peace - and a permanent home - thanks to intrepid detective work.

    The remains of Shannon Aumock, who was 16 when she died in 1992, were exhumed Tuesday from an unmarked county-cemetery plot in Tempe after a Phoenix police detective figured out her identity. She will be laid to rest in April with a marker bearing her name.

    Then, armed with her name, detectives will seek another: that of her killer.

    The teen's body was found by recreational cyclists on May 28, 1992, in a heap of brush in a desert area near 26th Street and Deer Valley Road. Homicide detectives had little to go on - not even a name. Her body had been in the desert for as long as eight weeks. It was badly decomposed.

    Worse, nobody had reported her missing.

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    Read more: http://archive.azcentral.com/communi...#ixzz3Ov5oWK3D



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    Phoenix police identify victim from 1992 homicide
    by Natalie Rivers
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    Posted on March 22, 2011 at 2:49 PM Updated Tuesday, Mar 22 at 6:48 PM

    PHOENIX - Phoenix police have identified the body of a young female homicide victim found in a remote desert area in 1992.

    On May 28, 1992, the body was found by an ATV rider near 20th Street and Deer Valley Road, which at the time was a remote desert area.

    Forensic analysis of the remains showed the victim was a Caucasian female between 11 and 17 years old.

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    Poor baby.

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    Brandy Myers went missing in May 1992. While searching for Brandy, remains were found which later were ID'd as Shannon Aumock's. Brandy has never been found, but now Bryan Patrick Miller has been charged with her murder. Whether he'll be charged with Shannon's murder remains to be seen.

    Police: 3rd victim may be linked to canal murder suspect
    Megan Cassidy, The Republic | azcentral.com 12:49 p.m. MST November 17, 2015

    [...]
    In September, police submitted first-degree murder charges against Bryan Patrick Miller, the suspect in the canal murders, in the presumed death of Brandy Myers, a 13-year-old girl whose missing-persons case has languished since 1992.

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    Shannon Aumock

    Though the evidence isn't as substantial in the Aumock case, police are not ruling out Miller's involvement. Crump was unable to elaborate on what evidence links the runaway to Miller, but he called the defendant an "interesting lead" in the Aumock case.

    Efforts to reach Aumock's family were unsuccessful.

    According to earlier reports, Aumock was was born to a 16-year-old mother who later turned over the girl to state custody. She was placed in a foster home at age 3.

    The girl was deemed one of the city's "throwaway" children who jumped from home to home during her brief life. A 2011 interview with Phoenix police said officials received 40 reports of Aumock running away. The reports stopped after late 1991.

    Aumock's body had been in the desert for more than eight weeks by the time she was discovered. No one had reported her missing.

    AZ - BRYAN PATRICK MILLER - Vctims: Angela Brosso & Melanie Bernas, 1992-93


    AZ - Brandy Myers, 13, Phoenix, 26 May 1992

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    I hope they find her killer or prove it was him. The police did such a good job finding the 1500 and then sifting through the 100 to find her name. Just picked this case at random out of the cold cases.



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