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CT CT - Joyvaline 'Joy' Martinez, 28, East Hartford, Oct 2003

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  1. hoppyfrog

    hoppyfrog Retired WS Staff

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    http://www.nbc30.com/news/17121581/detail.html

    07 August 08

    Police are looking for new leads on an almost 5-year-old missing person case.

    are looking for a 28-year-old who has been missing since 2003.

    Joyvaline Martinez, 28, has been missing since 2003.

    Her family last saw her in October 2003 in East Hartford and have not heard from her since.

    She is approximately 5 foot 6 inches, with a thin build and light complexion, police said.

    Police said she is familiar with the Hartford, East Hartford and Middletown areas.

    Anyone with information about Martinez is asked to call the Criminal Investigation Division 860-291-7605.

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    Joyvaline Martinez has been identified as Jane Doe #1 in New Britain, CT. She was found along with two other women in 2007...

    http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Police-Identify-Remains-Found-in-New-Britain-in-2007-224279451.html

    Rest In Peace, Joyvaline
     
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    Joyvaline Martinez
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    Martinez, 23, disappeared from East Hartford, Connecticut on in October 10, 2003. Her skeletal remains were found behind a strip mall in New Britain, Connecticut in August 2007, along with the remains of two other women. One set of remains was identified as Diane Cusack in December 2010. Martinez's body remained unidentified until September 2013, and the identity of the third victim is still unknown. All the women's deaths have been ruled homicides and are under investigation.

    http://www.charleyproject.org/resolved.html
     
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    http://www.newbritainherald.com/articles/2014/09/27/news/doc542606ae817ce945897351.txt
    Task force on the hunt for serial killer
    more at link.
     
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    Howell: A fateful freedom?
    Posted: Wednesday, May 20, 2015 10:09 pm
    by Lisa Backus

    A month after William Devin Howell was released from a Connecticut jail in late 2002, the first of several people from the area disappeared.

    [...]
    Those people joined three others whose partial skeletons were found in the same wooded area in August 2007 — Joyvaline Martinez, Diane Cusack and Mary Jane Menard — the same week Howell was sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to first-degree manslaughter in Arizmendi’s death.

    Like Camilini and Arizmendi, the other four identified people found buried or dumped at the site disappeared in 2003. Arizmendi was last seen getting into Howell’s van in late July of that year. He left Connecticut in early November and was arrested by North Carolina authorities later that month.

    [...]
    Sources have said Howell is considered the lone suspect in the case.

    more at the link
     
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