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    OH - Terri Hamm, 52, Lancaster, 26 Jan 2015 *J. Hamm guilty*

    Police: "Her husband reported her missing over the weekend, and so far, we haven't been able to find her." "We also haven't found anything criminal related to it."

    Hamm has blonde hair and blue eyes, wears glasses, and has a missing front tooth. She is 5 feet 6 inches tall and about 148 pounds. Her purse, phone and eyeglasses were the only things missing; she had left her car and all her clothing at their home in the 1400 block of East Chestnut Street.

    http://www.lancastereaglegazette.com...arch/22797273/

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    she was last heard from on 1/26 and was reported on 1/31? http://www.nbc4i.com/story/28013120/...-missing-woman

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    Found something interesting on the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette page:

    https://www.facebook.com/LancasterEa...55266134665160

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    Missing woman Terri Jo Hamm's husband was arrested on a drug charge during a search of the couple's Lancaster home Sunday, but he could face more serious charges in coming days.

    Jeffrey S. Hamm pleaded not guilty to a possession of drugs charge, a fifth-degree felony, and asked Fairfield County Municipal Judge Patrick Harris that a reasonable bond be set so he can get his affairs in order and hire an attorney. Hiring an attorney was important, he said, because of his recent dealings with the Fairfield County Prosecutor's Office. "This is going to get crazy real quick, your honor," Hamm said.

    Hamm, 54, was arrested before a court-sealed search warrant was conducted Sunday at the Hamms' residence at 1442 E. Chestnut St. after 52-year-old Terri Hamm's disappearance Jan. 26. Jeffrey Hamm reported his wife missing to Lancaster police five days later, on Jan. 31. Fairfield County Prosecutor Gregg Marx said he could not confirm or deny that the investigation has anything to do with Terri Hamm's disappearance. Hamm did not say specifically what his issue with the prosecutor's office was at his arraignment Monday, but he said he needed an attorney quickly. "It's a long story. I'm sure you'll hear it," he told Harris.

    According to the original police report, Hamm told police that he and his wife have been married for 17 years "and Terri has never done anything like this." Terri's purse, phone and eyeglasses were missing; her car and clothing were left at their East Chestnut Street home.

    Marx attended Hamm's arraignment hearing and requested Jeffrey Hamm be held on a $500,000 cash or surety bond and a $250,000 recognizance bond. The bond recommendation is significant considering Hamm is facing a low-level felony charge for alleged heroin possession. Marx said the high bond was necessary for several reasons, including that Hamm is a potential flight risk and danger to the public if released. "I'm not a flight risk or a risk to anyone in the community or myself," Hamm said in response to the accusation. Marx said prosecutors also have a strong case against Hamm, including that he "confessed to detectives" about the heroin charge.

    "I anticipate a great deal of other serious charges," Marx added, saying they could be filed within the next week. Marx did not say whether the other serious charges were related to Terri Hamm's disappearance.

    http://www.lancastereaglegazette.com...sted/23132741/

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    Family and friends gathered Monday night to search for a missing Lancaster woman. The effort is headed up by private investigator Angela Anderson. Ryan South, her son said his mom doesn't venture far from home, it was a complete shock when his step-dad called and said she was missing. "We went over there and went through the house and we just found things in the house," said South. Things that raised South's suspicions. His mom's fake tooth and car were still there. "We just called the cops and it's been a maze since then," said South. "We haven't gotten nothing, absolutely nothing."

    The group plans to get back together soon and continue the search.

    http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/...-no-clues.html

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    Son of missing woman among those looking for clues

    The son of Terri Hamm was among the people in Lancaster involved in the search on Monday evening for his missing mother.

    Her son told the Lancaster Eagle Gazette that his mother never left her house and she didn't drive in the winter.

    The search party was organized by a distant relative of Terri Hamm, who is a private investigator from Columbus.

    A search party with a bloodhound was looking along a creek off Duffy Road and another search party was looking around a pond off Ewing Street.

    Anyone with information regarding Terri Hamm's whereabouts can call the police department at 740-687-6680, ext. 535.

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    http://www.lancastereaglegazette.com...arch/23150657/

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    Press conference on missing woman planned

    The Lancaster Eagle Gazette reported this eveing that the Fairfield County Prosecutor has called a press conference for 10 a.m. on Wednesday to discuss missing woman Terri Jo Hamm and the raid that was conducted at her house over the weekend.


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    http://www.lancastereaglegazette.com...nned/23189813/

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    It doesn't look good for this lady. It was 5 days before her husband reported her missing. She rarely left the house and didn't drive in winter. Her fake tooth was still at home and she didn't take any clothes or anything with her. I think her husband killed her and hid the body. Then her husband is arrested on a heroin charge...

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    The morning she went missing Terri J. Hamm feared her husband was going to kill her, her sister said.

    “She texted me that she overheard him talking to his new drug buddy saying that he was going to kill her,” Carol Hill said.

    http://www.dispatch.com/content/stor...-her-life.html

    At a press conference held by Fairfield County Prosecutor Gregg Marxat the Lancaster Police Department this morning, asked the public's help in looking for three vehicles: a black 1998 Chevrolet Blazer, license number EQN3617; a dark blue 2003 Ford F-150 pickup, license number GHQ4297; and a white 2001 Ford E250 van, license number PHT2719. Marx would not say who owned the vehicles or how they were connected to the Hamm case.

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    Police records show officers found clothing and other items that appeared to be stained with blood at Hamm's house.

    http://www.abc6onyourside.com/news/f...l#.VNuaH-bF_HU


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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl View Post
    The morning she went missing Terri J. Hamm feared her husband was going to kill her, her sister said.

    “She texted me that she overheard him talking to his new drug buddy saying that he was going to kill her,” Carol Hill said.

    http://www.dispatch.com/content/stor...-her-life.html

    At a press conference held by Fairfield County Prosecutor Gregg Marxat the Lancaster Police Department this morning, asked the public's help in looking for three vehicles: a black 1998 Chevrolet Blazer, license number EQN3617; a dark blue 2003 Ford F-150 pickup, license number GHQ4297; and a white 2001 Ford E250 van, license number PHT2719. Marx would not say who owned the vehicles or how they were connected to the Hamm case.
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    http://www.abc6onyourside.com/news/f...l#.VNuwoObF_HU

    Investigators said they know where the vehicles are, but want anybody who may have seen them, or the Hamms to come forward with information.

    A search warrant conducted at Hamm's home on Sunday turned up evidence, such as clothing, shoes, and flooring, that is being tested for blood stains.

    http://www.abc6onyourside.com/news/f...l#.VNuwoObF_HU

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    http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/...sappeared.html

    Family members say Hamm left behind both of her winter coats and her dental bridge. It’s something that she would never go in public without, according to relatives.

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    Members of Terri Hamm's family said they are growing impatient with the lack of details released to them by investigators since her disappearance about two weeks ago. They said they were not given any relief at the news conference, which didn't provide them with any new information.

    http://www.lancastereaglegazette.com...onds/23233413/

    Terri's brothers, Kenny and Kevin Green, said the last time she was heard from was when she sent a text to her son, Ryan South, on Jan. 26 to say she was in fear for her life. "She was scared," Kenny Green said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl View Post
    Police records show officers found clothing and other items that appeared to be stained with blood at Hamm's house.

    http://www.abc6onyourside.com/news/f...l#.VNuaH-bF_HU

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    Here's what I know about the topography of Fairfield County, Ohio.

    If you are anywhere North of Lancaster, the land is flat. But if you are anywhere South of Lancaster, the land is hilly and is part of the Appalachian region of Southern Ohio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl View Post
    The morning she went missing Terri J. Hamm feared her husband was going to kill her, her sister said.

    “She texted me that she overheard him talking to his new drug buddy saying that he was going to kill her,” Carol Hill said.

    http://www.dispatch.com/content/stor...-her-life.html

    At a press conference held by Fairfield County Prosecutor Gregg Marxat the Lancaster Police Department this morning, asked the public's help in looking for three vehicles: a black 1998 Chevrolet Blazer, license number EQN3617; a dark blue 2003 Ford F-150 pickup, license number GHQ4297; and a white 2001 Ford E250 van, license number PHT2719. Marx would not say who owned the vehicles or how they were connected to the Hamm case.

    Oh this poor lady. I wonder why she didn't hurry and take off. Or maybe she did and he stopped her.

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