Found Deceased Australia - Stephanie Scott, 26, Leeton, NSW, 5 April 2015 - #1 *Arrests*

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  1. wewillgetyou

    wewillgetyou Active Member

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    I'm lost for words. What a totally tragic and horrific end to the search for Stephanie. Her poor poor family, Fiancé and friends.
     


  2. Newme2

    Newme2 Member

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    As far as I know, ALL persons who work at school have to pass a 'working with children' check. Teachers, groundspeople, cleaners, even tuckshop ladies.
    My sister worked in primary schools for years. A friend recently volunteered as secretary of the Parents Assoc. and even she needed to undergo the check.

    In a small town it's possible that the cleaner had the keys and was called in to unlock a specific room for someone.

    I can't believe they found photos. Sick b******!:gaah:

    jmo
     
  3. fruity

    fruity Well-Known Member

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    Her fiancée said in the news that she got the key off one of her colleagues. Why didn't she have her own?
     
  4. Scoobysnack

    Scoobysnack Well-Known Member

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    Gosh... what the hell is wrong with people!
    Where are the signs that they are going to do something like this?
    Surly there are signs!
     
  5. kiwi50

    kiwi50 Well-Known Member

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    What a tragic ending, why are there so many evil people amongst us. Bet this guy will have previous history, wonder why the family left Netherlands at the time they did.
     
  6. fruity

    fruity Well-Known Member

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  7. MrSleuth

    MrSleuth New Member

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    Cannot find any social media pages of his yet or anything of his.
     
  8. JK673

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    You are absolutely correct Fruity - I am wondering if he was infatuated with her and was watching her. No way any cleaner would be in a school on Easter Sunday. I can see why Stephanie would be though - doing lesson plans for when she was away on her honeymoon is a big job. I go in to school on holidays to just prepare for the next term when I am there.
     
  9. JK673

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    Yeh - that is odd....
     
  10. Amee

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    Forensic officers are expected to arrive at the home this morning.

    Neighbours say the family moved into the small weatherboard house only 12 months ago after relocating from Holland, where Mr Stanford worked as a professional cleaner for a dentistry company.

    They described him as a “quiet, polite” man, but said he kept to himself and had few friends.

    He lived at the home with his mother and older brother.

    Shocked neighbours said detectives arrived at the house last night and Mr Stanford’s white panel van was towed away a short time later.

    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/ne...-man-over-murder/story-fni0cx12-1227296382068
     
  11. Insp.Gadget

    Insp.Gadget New Member

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    Some things that stand out in the timeline:

    "Sunday 10am: She texts her fiancé Aaron Leeson-Woolley to tell him about her plans for the morning." - This means HE knew her plan for that Sunday.

    "Sunday midday: Mr Leeson-Woolley tries to call Ms Scott but she does not answer."

    "Sunday 7pm: Ms Scott fails to show up for a planned dinner date with her fiancé in Leeton." - So there was a planned dinner date she missed out on!

    "Monday 3pm: Mr Leeson-Woolley reports to police that Ms Scott is missing." - Why the heck did it take so long (20 hours!!!) before reporting to Police after she did not show up for dinner date nor answer her phone!?!?

    MSM links:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...e-Scott-marry-fiance-five-years-Saturday.html


    "Mr Leeson-Woolley said:
    'The last time I spoke to her was 10.30 on a Saturday night and she seemed happy... She said goodnight I love you like we normally do,' he said."

    MSM links:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...veals-conversation-vanished-days-wedding.html


    "He said he last spoke to her the night before her disappearance, and said everything had seemed fine in that phone call.
    "I spoke to her on Saturday night, about 10.30pm. I was in Canowindra, back at mum and dad's place, and she was in Leeton," Mr Leeson-Woolley said."

    MSM link:
    http://www.theage.com.au/nsw/high-s...ott-vanishes-from-leeton-20150407-1mfv29.html



    Maybe something was pre-planned.... Just my opinion...
     
  12. alioop

    alioop Verified Attorney (AU)

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    This is the worst news. Excellent police work to achieve an early arrest. Whoever posted that it felt like Jill Meagher was spot on.
    Like Jill, let's hope Stephanie is found quickly now they have him.
     
  13. Amee

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  14. revampz

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    The person arrested is a Vincent Stanford if anyone can find any info on him..........I couldn't find a facebook page.
     
  15. Belz

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    Ahh revampz that would make more sense.. no handcuffs and has something in his hand which I thought was a food packet but now I look at it again it looks like keys.
     
  16. Makara

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    Thanks revampz. I'll remove the photo.
     
  17. SouthAussie

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    The google snip of the article says the Ch9 helicopter is believed to have spotted it .. although that is not included in the article.

    "Stephanie Scott murder investigation, photos, phone, man ...
    www.dailytelegraph.com.au/.../stephanie-scott.../story-fni0cx12-12272963...
    15 mins ago - Stephanie Scott disappearance: Police arrest man over murder ..... BREAKING: The car has been found in the search for Stephanie Scott. The Channel 9 helicopter is believed to have spotted it .... "

    https://www.google.com.au/search?q=...rome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8
     
  18. revampz

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    Hey Makara, I probably wouldn't worry about it too much, it is all over the media, I have seen it 4 times on my facebook timeline.................but if I was this guy I would be very angry at the media!!! I haven't been on Websleuths for a while, but came on yesterday to see if there was any info about this girl and I see that the media are still opportunistic and sensationalize everything....
     
  19. fruity

    fruity Well-Known Member

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    Am I getting this right ... you suspect that Stephanie's fiancée met a new immigrant cleaner at her school and organised for him to murder her a week before their wedding? Why??

    Police say you can't lodge a missing persons report until 24 hours after the person was last seen.

    I haven't spoken to my husband since 9.30pm yesterday. He left for work at 6am and I was still asleep, I tried to call him at about 9am when the kids woke up (school holidays yeah!) but it went straight to message bank. I know he is working about 150km away in a comms room (no service) so I sent him a text saying hi. I haven't heard back from him yet. I'm not planning anything terrible except maybe a tongue lashing because he didn't fix the towel rail like he promised! ;) It's normal for some people not to have 24/7 contact with their partner.
     
  20. Makara

    Makara Former Member

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    Thanks revampz. I feel really bad that I posted it. I should know better by now! I'm just so bloody angry that yet another beautiful young woman has lost her life at the hands of some sick b*****d!
     
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