Identified! CT - Rocky Hill, decomposed body found, Jun'11 - Lisa Shannon

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    Body Found in Rocky Hill

    A body has been found in Rocky Hill near the sand pits off Old Forge Road, Rocky Hill police said.

    The area is between an industrial park in Rocky Hill, the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell and remote areas used for walking and biking

    http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/123751044.html
     
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    Police Investigate Body Found In Rocky Hill
    Source: Body Found In Shallow Grave

    POSTED: 11:21 am EDT June 13, 2011
    UPDATED: 3:05 pm EDT June 13, 2011


    ROCKY HILL, Conn. -- Police in Rocky Hill were investigating the discovery of a body on Monday morning.

    Connecticut State Police said a man was walking his dog in the area of Dividend Road when the dog found something.

    http://www.wfsb.com/news/28219670/detail.html
     
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    Not much out there so far, here is a news video:

    [video=youtube;_0Zz0ueR8qw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0Zz0ueR8qw[/video]

    Police in Rocky Hill are investigating the discovery of human remains found partially buried near the TPC River Highlands golf course
     
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    Remains of adult found in Rocky Hill sand pit
    Published 04:22 a.m., Tuesday, June 14, 2011


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    A person walking a dog found the remains on Monday. Police were able to determine that they belonged to an adult, but the sex of the person has not been determined

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    Police say they have no current reports of missing persons in Cromwell or Rocky Hill


    Read more: http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/n...Rocky-Hill-sand-pit-1422890.php#ixzz1PFuMYgUC
     
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    Partially Buried Body in Rocky Hill Is a Woman

    The body found partially buried in Rocky Hill near the sand pits off Old Forge Road is a woman and she was about 5-feet-5, state police said on Tuesday.

    A man found the deteriorating remains between an industrial park in Rocky Hill, the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell and remote areas used for walking and biking as he was walking his dog around 8:30 a.m. on Monday.

    The medical examiner has not yet determined the cause of the woman's death

    http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/...-Body-in-Rocky-Hill-Is-a-Woman-123843879.html
     
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    Conn. cops working to ID badly decomposed body found dumped in shallow grave near PGA golf course
    BY Philip Caulfield
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

    Tuesday, June 14th 2011, 4:23 PM


    Investigators in Connecticut were working to identify the decomposed body of a woman found dumped in a shallow grave near a private PGA golf course.

    A man walking his dog made the grisly discovery on Monday morning in a remote sand pit in Rocky Hill, Conn., just north of the Tournament Players Club at River Highland golf course.

    An autopsy on Tuesday determined that it was the body of a white woman, about 5-foot-5 inches tall, but the medical examiner didn't know who she is or how she died.

    Cops initially said the remains were so rotted that they couldn't tell whether it was a man, woman or child.

    Rocky Hill Police Lt. Robert Catania said the body "had been buried for some time

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nat...ed_in_shallow_grave_near.html?r=news/national
     
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    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/br...vate-golf-course/story-e6frf7jx-1226075605252


    Decomposed body of woman found near Connecticut private golf course

    By staff writers
    From: NewsCore
    June 15, 201112:05PM


    Very short article. It suggest the UID had been buried in a sand pit at a golf course outside of Hartford.
     
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    It seems that if the person who found the remains mistook her hand for a glove, she couldn't have been there more than a few months. Otherwise, one would think the remains would have been fully skeletonized (and not mistaken for a glove).
     
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    Any updates???
     
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    Keep in mind, though, that although the missing date may be a while ago, the person may not be deceased until recently. She could have been kidnapped, or missing because of getting into a lifestyle that took her away from family and friends (drugs, prostitution, etc). I think that factor keeps a lot of people from being identified-- the missing date seems too far off, or the place too far away...

    I say this because my cousin was a 'run-away' for many years. She was from SoCA, but actually rambled all over AZ, NV, NoCA, OR, WA... then one time she up and called my uncle-- she was in New Jersey!! We had NO clue that she had ever even considered leaving the west... but she was in with this group of "friends" who did lord-knows what. (Sadly, those "friends" were nowhere around when she was in hospice and died of AIDS :( But, that's why I continue to look all over the country and expanded time-frames... Sorry for the OT
     
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    Rocky Hill remains ID'd as missing Middletown woman
    Published: Thursday, June 16, 2011; Last Updated: Thu. Jun 16, 2011, 1:01am



    ROCKY HILL – State police have determined that a body found in Rocky Hill this week is that of Lisa Shannon, a Middletown woman who went missing this past winter.

    Shannon, 44, of 169 College St., was reported missing to Middletown Police on January 25. She went missing on Jan. 1, police said.

    Shannon’s remains were found on Monday morning, by a man walking his dog off Old Forge Road near the Rocky Hill/Cromwell town line, state police Lt. J. Paul Vance said. The man found a decomposing, partially buried body and contacted police.

    http://middletownpress.com/articles/2011/06/16/news/doc4dfa656755b77380170030.txt
     

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