KY KY - Perry Co. Near Hazard, Skeletal Remains Found in a Wooded Area Near a Home, 18 Nov 2019

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  1. inmyhumbleopinion

    inmyhumbleopinion #NeverGivingUp

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    HUMAN SKELETAL REMAINS FOUND IN PERRY CO.
    November 19, 2019
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    Kentucky State Police say the remains were found on Sunday afternoon in a wooded area near a home off Chimney Rock Road near Hazard.

    The Perry County Coroners Office could not positively identify the remains or the cause of death.

    The bones are at the State Medical Examiners Office where an autopsy will be preformed.”
    Human skeletal remains found in Perry Co. - ABC 36 News
     


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    Posted: Tue 5:13 PM, Nov 19, 2019 |
    Updated: Tue 7:40 PM, Nov 19, 2019
    “FISTY, Ky. (WYMT) - On May 7th, 2015 Natasha Fugate went missing from her home in the Fisty Community of Knott County.

    Fugate left behind her family, which includes her two sons.

    Ola Chaffins is Fugate's grandmother and describes the past four years in two words.

    ‘Pure hell,’ said Chaffins.

    Chaffins still fights back tears when talking about her granddaughter.

    ‘You hope and pray that it's not but on the other hand you want closure. It's just, I don't know how to describe it,’ said Chaffins.

    On Sunday remains were found in the Wabaco community of Perry County. When news like this arrives Fugate's family, along with families of other people missing from the area, holds out hope it may bring an end to their long-running nightmare.

    [SBM]“
    Families hold their breaths as bones are sent off for identification

    Natasha’s thread:
    KY - KY - Natasha Fugate Jones, 31, Knott County, May 2015
     
  3. PayrollNerd

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    Looks like a creek and railroad tracks across the road so not likely due to flooding. I wonder how old the bones are.
     
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    Posted: Sun 3:10 PM, Nov 17, 2019 |
    Updated: Thu 6:31 PM, Nov 21, 2019
    “PERRY COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT)- Updated, Nov. 21

    Thursday, we learned the bones discovered in Perry County during the weekend were sent to the University of Tennessee for identification.

    Though the entire skeleton was found, it could take months for identification. The Perry County coroner gave WYMT the following statement:

    ‘Until further inspection by the anthropologist at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, we cannot scientifically confirm the sex of the remains until a full report has been released from the University of Tennessee.’

    [SBM]”
    Update: Skeletal remains found in Perry County sent to University of Tennessee
     
  5. Gardener1850

    Gardener1850 Timeline Guru (Still Remembering Cupcake)

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    There are several missing from Hazard:

    Danny Burgess, missing since 2013 (little info on his thread, not sure if he's still missing)
    KY - KY - Danny Burgess, 30, Hazard, 1 Jun 2013

    Joel Wells, missing since 1994, last seen 3.4 miles away: Google Maps
    KY - KY - Joel Wells, 21, Hazard, 15 Jan 1994

    Charles Paul Campbell, missing since 1984 (very little info on his case)
    KY - Ky - Charles Paul Campbell, 43, Hazard, 1 Mar 1984

    Carl Hollan, missing since 1976 (very little on his case)
    KY - Ky - Carl Hollan, 73, Hazard, 1 Nov 1976
     
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    Wyle_E_Coyote Northern Virginia

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    Noting that the location of the remains found were approximately .8 miles from the scene to which LE responded in Tin Can's case: خرائط ‪Google‬‏‏

    Search for missing man continues: KSP says he may have fallen in the North Fork River
    … responded to the scene on Highway 550 across from the old MC Napier High School and Sherman Neace Athletic Center.

    Tin Can's thread: ACTIVE SEARCH - KY - Danny ”Tin Can“ Napier, 53, abandoned bicycle, Highway 550, KY River, Perry Co., 23 Feb 2019
     
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    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    Have these remains been identified yet? Last I recall they were sent to
    Univ of Tenn in Knoxville - Nov 2019.
     
  9. inmyhumbleopinion

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    Not that I can find, and there doesn’t appear to have been any further developments since November. I also did “Date Body Found” and “Location Found” searches on NamUs, and it does not appear that the UID has been entered into the database.
     
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    Tyler North has been missing since 2018, doubtful it's him, but a possibility.

    He went missing from the neighboring county, Leslie.
     
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    YaYa_521 Every Body's Name Matters

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    According to this Feb 2020 article and the video interview with Jerry Stacey the Perry County emergency management director, they have not found Tin Can.
    ACTIVE SEARCH - KY - Danny ”Tin Can“ Napier, 53, abandoned bicycle, Highway 550, KY River, Perry Co., 23 Feb 2019
     
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    Refreshing the thread...
     
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