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    MT - Charlie Ann Wyrick, 26, Missoula, 21 Dec 2015

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    Missoula police seek information on missing woman


    "The following press release was sent out by the Missoula Police Department:
    The Missoula Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in locating and verifying the welfare of Missoula resident Charlie Ann Wyrick.

    Ms. Wyrick was last accounted for on Monday, Dec. 21."


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    Sounds as if she has at least that one tie, Donjeta. That is a very unusual name.
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    Missoula woman reported missing has been identified as murder victim



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    Law enforcement officials say that they are treating Sunday morning's discovery of a body in Pattee Canyon area as a murder case, and say an arrest has been made.

    Missoula County Sheriff T.J. McDermott has confirmed that the woman found in the Deer Creek area is Charlie Ann Wyrick of Missoula, 26 years old; she had been reported missing on December 24th.
    http://www.kpax.com/story/30839939/m...discovery-case
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    "When from a long distant past nothing persists, after the people are dead, after things are broken and scattered, still alone, more persistent, more faithful, the smell and taste of things remain poised a long, long time like souls, ready to remind us, waiting, hoping for their moment amid the ruins of all the rest, and bear unfaltering in the tiny and almost impalpable drop of their essence the vast structure of recollection."

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    Dam, RIP Charlie Ann.

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    http://billingsgazette.com/news/stat...9c2338abe.html

    Emmanuel F. Gomez, 30, entered a not guilty plea to a felony charge of deliberate homicide and misdemeanor charge of partner or family member assault during his arraignment in Missoula County District Court...

    Townsend set a Feb. 23 omnibus hearing for Gomez and a trial scheduling conference March 15.
    http://missoulian.com/news/local/man...370ecc36e.html

    An autopsy found that Wyrick died after being stabbed, resulting in a punctured lung and internal bleeding. Her body also was covered in bruises and she had a head injury...

    According to the affidavit, Wyrick and Gomez's relationship was "fraught with severe domestic abuse," in which he would injure her then blame her for losing his temper...

    On Dec. 19, Wyrick gave a co-worker a note saying that if she went missing to call police and ask them to search her house, according to the affidavit.

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    From March:

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/tri...c609006fc.html

    Missoula County District Judge Karen Townsend on Tuesday scheduled Gomez’s trial to start Sept. 21. The trial is expected to take six non-consecutive days, ending Sept. 29.

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    Missoula murder trial delayed to January

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/mis...50b6300bb.html

    The trial for Emmanuel Flores Gomez, the man accused of killing his girlfriend Charlie Ann Wyrick in December 2015 and dumping her body in the Deer Creek drainage east of Pattee Canyon, has been delayed to early next year. District Court Judge Karen Townsend continued the trial to Jan. 25, 2017.

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    Trial to start for Missoula man accused of murdering girlfriend

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/tri...bf4f48195.html

    More than a year after he was accused of killing his 26-year-old girlfriend and dumping her body in the Deer Creek area just before Christmas, Emmanuel Flores Gomez will stand trial Wednesday for deliberate homicide.

    Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst, who will be personally prosecuting the case alongside Deputy County Attorney Jordan Kilby, estimated the trial will last 12 days. Gomez will be represented by attorneys Lisa Kauffman and Brian Smith. Missoula County District Court Judge Karen Townsend will preside over the trial.

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    Jury selection to continue Thursday in Missoula murder trial

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/jur...5fb44132c.html

    Jury selection for a man accused of killing his girlfriend more than a year ago took up the entire day in Missoula County District Court on Wednesday, and will continue into Thursday.

    A pool of 137 jurors had been summoned for jury duty in the case. Some of that group had been previously dismissed by the judge, and others did not show up on Wednesday.

    District Court Judge Karen Townsend said she anticipates the trial will last three weeks, which caused a stir among members of the jury pool, many of whom raised their hands and said they couldn’t be gone from their jobs for that long. The judge allowed dozens to be dismissed for that reason.

    Other jurors were released after saying they had read significant news coverage about the case, or had previously been or were close to a victim of domestic violence.
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    County attorney says murder suspect a 'hurricane of rage'

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/cou...7e02a0c6d.html

    The day before prosecutors believe Emmanuel Gomez killed 26-year-old Charlie Ann Wyrick, she showed up at her brother’s house in Missoula saying she was going to leave Gomez.

    “She thought she meant it this time,” Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst said in her opening statement Thursday in Gomez's murder trial.

    Instead, Wyrick sent Gomez messages, telling him she missed and loved him, and he came and picked her up the next morning, Dec. 21, 2015. By the end of the day, Pabst said Gomez had stabbed Wyrick in the chest, puncturing her lung, and driven her while she was still alive up to the Deer Creek drainage, dumping her down an embankment into a ravine.

    “He took her away from Missoula, away from care, away from people who cared and away from the law,” Pabst said. “He owned her, he used her, and when he was done with her, he threw her away.”
    Pabst’s and defense attorney Lisa Kauffman’s opening statements gave a different view on the number of witnesses, more than 40 in all, that the prosecution may call to testify. Gomez’s attorney said they were there to give credence to Pabst’s office having “created a story” about what happened to Wyrick.

    “Charlie was (Gomez’s) girlfriend and he loved her,” Kauffman said, adding that her client has had to “deal with his own grief” since she died.

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    Coworkers, friends detail increasing signs of domestic abuse by murder suspect

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/cow...49a0cc2b5.html

    “She told me, ‘If I ever go missing look for my body in Pattee Canyon,’” Mary Kotula said.

    Kotula was one of the former co-workers of 26-year-old Charlie Ann Wyrick who testified Friday during the deliberate homicide trial of Emmanuel Gomez, accused of killing Wyrick, whose body was found at the bottom of an embankment in the Deer Creek drainage near Pattee Canyon on Dec. 27, 2015. She'd been stabbed in the chest.

    Once, when the two worked together at Pattee Creek Market, Kotula said Wyrick came in with a bandage over a broken nose, saying she had slipped on the ice. Another time, Wyrick came to work holding her side. She told Kotula that Gomez, Wyrick’s boyfriend, had kicked her in the ribs.

    “I don’t think I had ever seen somebody in so much pain,” Kotula said.
    Several of Wyrick’s male co-workers said she had told them she couldn’t talk to other men and had to keep all of their conversations short and professional, telling Joseph Starr in particular that Gomez had “trust issues.”

    “When (Gomez) was around she made sure not to talk to any males,” Corey Ortner testified.

    Ortner, who worked in the deli section with Wyrick, said Gomez went from coming into the store occasionally to multiple times a day, saying it appeared he was “checking up on her.” Ortner said on one occasion, when Wyrick rolled up the sleeves of her sweatshirt to use the sink, he saw “baseball-sized” bruises on her arms.
    A week before Wyrick went missing, she came to work holding her side and crying, saying Gomez had kneed her in the side. Fairclough took her to the hospital.

    Dr. Jessica Suess, the Community Medical Center emergency room physician who examined Wyrick, said she told Wyrick she should call the police, but Wyrick refused to let her. Suess said Wyrick had bruising of “various ages.” A radiologist who looked at X-rays taken of Wyrick, Dr. Richard Dahlen, said she had a previously broken rib that had started to heal.

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    Roommates say murder suspect, girlfriend frequently fought

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/roo...fc775e78d.html

    The sound of yelling in the room above them woke Christopher Eckhoff and his girlfriend Hannah Kendall on Dec. 21, 2015.

    The raised voices themselves weren’t particularly worrisome, the pair testified in Missoula County District Court on Monday. Emmanuel Gomez – one of Eckhoff’s roommates at a house on Whitaker Drive – and his then-26-year-old girlfriend Charlie Ann Wyrick frequently yelled at each other behind Gomez’s closed bedroom door.

    On Monday, the couple's roommates testified that Wyrick and Gomez usually made up after fighting. But on Dec. 21, they heard a thud and a scream coming from the room upstairs.

    The pair got out of their own bed, dressed and ran upstairs. Kendall said she saw Gomez running out the front door. Eckhoff said he went to Gomez’s room and pounded on the locked door, turning around when Kendall called to him from the entryway. The couple watched Gomez, who had gotten into his SUV, “peel out” of the driveway and speed away.

    There were drops of blood in the entryway, on the front steps, and in the snow near where Gomez’s vehicle had been parked, Kendall and Eckhoff said. She said she also saw spots of blood trailing to Gomez’s room. Defense attorney Brian Smith said Kendall didn’t mention the blood in the hallway during her other interviews.

    “Is it possible today is the first time you’re telling anybody this?” he said.

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    Woman: murder suspect laughed when she threatened to call police

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/wom...276302047.html

    On Christmas Eve 2015, after Charlie Ann Wyrick stopped showing up for work, Sherrie Harguess and her son went to the house on Whitaker Drive where Wyrick and Emmanuel Gomez lived.

    Harguess, the mother of one of Wyrick’s coworkers at Pattee Creek Market, said she previously saw bruising on Wyrick’s arms and scratches on her neck. She believed Wyrick was in a violent relationship with Gomez, on trial for deliberate homicide after her body was found at the bottom of a ravine in the Deer Creek drainage.

    “I offered to take her out of state. I offered to take her away, anywhere she wanted to go I would take her there,” Harguess said.

    When she got to the house, she said Gomez was in the partially-open garage, putting a duffel bag in the back of an SUV. She repeatedly asked where Wyrick was. Gomez came out and told her the two of them fought and Wyrick left. Then he took a drag off a cigarette and told Harguess that Wyrick "ain't coming back."

    Harguess told him she was calling the police. She said Gomez laughed, and went back into the garage.

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    Prosecution rests case against Missoula man accused of killing girlfriend

    http://missoulian.com/news/local/pro...2af6a36fe.html

    Just before Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst rested the prosecution’s case against Emmanuel Gomez on Friday, she asked police detective Stacy Lear to hold up the clothing Charlie Ann Wyrick was wearing when her body was found frozen at the bottom of a Deer Creek ravine in December 2015.

    Lear unrolled a pair of jeans, then unfolded a hooded sweatshirt with a camouflage pattern, showing the jury a slice in the chest that lined up with a stab wound on Wyrick’s body. She turned the jacket inside out, showing a dark stain down the front, before opening the last sealed evidence package.

    It was a short-sleeved shirt Wyrick had on under the sweatshirt. It was originally teal in color, but the front and back were almost entirely covered by dark crimson stains.

    Lear was the last person to testify before the prosecution rested its case on Friday. Saying she didn’t want to start jury deliberations late in the day just before a weekend, District Court Judge Karen Townsend let jurors leave until Monday, keeping the attorneys in court to decide on final jury instructions.

    Townsend indicated closing statements would begin at the start of the day on Monday, meaning it’s unlikely the defense intends to call any witnesses or have Gomez testify on his own behalf.

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