ID - DeOrr Kunz Jr, 2, Timber Creek Campground, 10 July 2015 - #5

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  1. SeriouslySearching

    SeriouslySearching Well-Known Member

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    It depends totally on the agency doing the initial investigation as to how the immediate scene is scoured. A missing person case is usually not treated the same as a criminal investigation at the onset. The reporting parties are furiously giving information and the agencies are setting up the preliminary search area where usually the missing person is found. While we see so many mp cases ending badly here, the majority are resolved quickly and without media every catching wind of them.
     


  2. teeandcee

    teeandcee Well-Known Member

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    So we can tentatively assume the scene wasn't treated as a crime scene at first. Which means all this evidence we've all been wondering about is probably trampled for good. :banghead: I understand the reasons, just...dang!!
     
  3. takeitfromme412

    takeitfromme412 New Member

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    any "possible" child abduction they will investigate and or respond and if their resources are requested in any type of missing child investigation they will provide it

     
  4. Jamaica Me Crazy

    Jamaica Me Crazy Former Member

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  5. SeriouslySearching

    SeriouslySearching Well-Known Member

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    If officers see things out of place or their gut tells them to investigate deeper...they note it and so it doesn't just go away. ;) But as far as taking prints, not allowing people in to trample, and other extra measures...they don't unless some sign of foul play is detected or suspected.
     
  6. TxJan1971

    TxJan1971 Well-Known Member

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    FYI ONLY -
    Sheriff says he's convinced DeOrr Kunz was not abducted
    By KBOI Web Staff Published: Jul 31, 2015 at 12:20 PM MDT

    ...Sheriff Lynn Bowerman updated KBOI 2News on the case of missing Idaho boy DeOrr Kunz, who was last seen July 10. Although he's convinced the 2-year-old was not abducted, Bowerman said he's unable to rule out the possibility...

    http://www.kboi2.com/news/local/DeOrr-Kunz-Missing-Idaho-320303121.html
     
  7. IDTater

    IDTater Active Member

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    The story also says that the FBI has been called in to assist! I'm hoping this means that the case is going to break wide open!!
     
  8. bluesneakers

    bluesneakers not today satan

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    Finally.
     
  9. SeriouslySearching

    SeriouslySearching Well-Known Member

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    This is what I have been waiting on:

    The sheriff also said on Friday that the FBI is sending a team of investigators to assist the Lemhi County Sheriff's office who will be checking the sheriff's office interviews and may re-interview some people to make sure deputies didn't miss anything.

    http://www.kboi2.com/news/local/DeOrr-Kunz-Missing-Idaho-320303121.html
     
  10. wondering25

    wondering25 New Member

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    he said absolutely nothing..there is a reason he is being purposely obtuse <modsnip>
     
  11. Jamaica Me Crazy

    Jamaica Me Crazy Former Member

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    This is great news!
     
  12. eileenhawkeye

    eileenhawkeye Well-Known Member

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    Is it common for the FBI to investigate a case where a child became lost? Or is this just more proof that this case is ~one of a kind~ along with LE using the word "POIs" to describe witnesses?
     
  13. pepelepolecat

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    I was just stopping in to post this.

    "Although he's convinced the 2-year-old was not abducted, Bowerman said he's unable to rule out the possibility." The article also mentions that they're still searching daily.
     
  14. CatsInTheCradle

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    I think I finally exhaled! Thank goodness this is being escalated and the FBI will be checking over EVERYTHING!
     
  15. SeriouslySearching

    SeriouslySearching Well-Known Member

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    It is very common for them to be called in to assist on a missing child case especially after a couple of weeks. It isn't proof of anything as the FBI simply can offer resources smaller agencies cannot afford or expertise they do not have. It is very helpful if it does turn into another type of case such as criminal, but it doesn't necessarily mean it is going to go there at all.
     
  16. skinnycat

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    I'm so happy that the FBI are going to get involved

    Let the questioning begin
     
  17. alreetlike

    alreetlike Wait and hope.

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    Well if we're discussing initials I'm pleased we can move on from EMT to FBI for a while... hopefully.
     
  18. Jackeee

    Jackeee Just one more thing....

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    I'm not from the U.S., so can anyone tell me at what point the FBI is usually brought in? I thought I had read somewhere that they get involved if state lines have been crossed but I'm guessing there's more to it than that.
    I would really appreciate a clearer understanding. Thank you.
     
  19. SeriouslySearching

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    Yes. Getting more eyes on the case and the expertise they offer will be very helpful at this point. Going back over it all again with different results, hopefully!
     
  20. CatsInTheCradle

    CatsInTheCradle Verified Baylor Bear!

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    I just feel better since it is a small community and possible ties to people IMO of course.
     
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