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  1. chicoliving

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    No Word Yet If Bones Are Human Remains

    Plainfield police investigating the disappearance of Lisa Stebic arrived at a state park in Kendall County, where searchers have found three bones after Stebic's family called them on the advice of a psychic.

    It is not yet known if the bones are human bones, much less Stebic's.

    CBS 2 West Suburban Bureau Chief Mike Puccinelli reports that friends and co-workers of Lisa Stebic recently hired a psychic to help them in their search for the Plainfield mother who has been missing for six weeks.

    http://cbs2chicago.com/topstories/lo...163200032.html
     


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    The bones that were found in Kendall County state park during a search for missing Plainfield mother Lisa Stebic belonged to a deer, officials ruled Wednesday.

    The Kendall County coroner's office ruled that the bones Silver Spring State Park in Yorkville were deer bones after an examination Wednesday.

    A family friend told CBS 2 Monday that the group hired the psychic over the weekend to check out the state park.

    http://cbs2chicago.com/topstories/local_story_164072425.html
     
  3. chicoliving

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    The heavy TV news coverage of a missing Plainfield woman may have come in handy for police investigators.

    Plainfield police have subpoenaed access to news video shot by several TV stations covering the Lisa Stebic case.

    The department paid WGN Continental Broadcasting Co. $200 for access to its video, according to a bill recently submitted to the village board. Police would not say what -- or who -- they wanted to watch.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/434895,4_1_JO20_STEBIC_S1.article
     
  4. Liz

    Liz I am not a chemist and this is not my 1st rodeo

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    Reports say authorities searching storage units for signs of Lisa
    June 22, 2007


    PLAINFIELD -- Police are reportedly awaiting more DNA testing results on items seized from the home of missing mother of two Lisa Stebic.

    FOX News on Thursday cited an unidentified source close to the Stebic investigation as saying one round of DNA testing has been completed, while officials of the laboratory conducting the testing have said they need additional samples. Police expect to have the testing results soon, according to the television station.

    Additionally, FOX News reported police have searched more than 100 outdoor storage units in the Plainfield area in the event someone had tried to hide a body or potential evidence in one of them. Police have found nothing in those searches.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/napervillesun/news/stebic/433998,6_1_NA22_STEBIC_S1.article
     
  5. Liz

    Liz I am not a chemist and this is not my 1st rodeo

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    Leigh Harris was starting to wonder how many people it would take to consume the rapidly growing list of donated food to be delivered Sunday morning.

    Harris, a spokeswoman for the family of missing Plainfield mother Lisa Stebic, is helping coordinate a pancake breakfast fundraiser to bolster a reward for information on Stebic's whereabouts.

    "We need more people at this thing because we're going to have so much food we won't know what to do with it," she joked.

    If history is any indication, there will be no shortage of hungry visitors at Ira Jones Middle School.

    The pancake breakfast to benefit the Lisa Stebic and Children's Fund will be held there from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/448883,4_1_JO29_STEBIC_S2.article
     
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    The family of a missing mother held a fundraiser Sunday to increase the reward money for information leading to her return.

    Lisa Stebic's loved ones hosted a pancake breakfast in Plainfield. The mother of two went missing almost two months ago. Now, her family is offering a 50,000-reward for information about where she could be.

    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=local&id=5440587
     
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    There's no quitting in Plainfield.

    More than 600 community members turned out for a pancake breakfast fundraiser Sunday at Richard Ira Jones Middle School to raise reward money for missing Plainfield mom Lisa Stebic.

    ~snip~

    The pancake breakfast, sponsored by the Naperville/Bolingbrook Jaycees, sought to add to the $50,000 already offered by the family for information leading to Stebic's whereabouts.

    Donations by various community members have netted an additional $7,000 and the breakfast raised another $3,100.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/451821,4_1_JO02_STEBIC_S1.article
     
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    ~snip~

    CBS 2 West Suburban Bureau Chief Mike Puccinelli asked Plainfield Police Operations Commander Mike Altenhoff about the chances of Craig Stebic will be named a person of interest in the disappearance of his wife, Lisa.

    “It’s something we continually talk about,” Altenhoff sad. “The chief and I have talked about it quite a bit the last couple of weeks.”
    But any decision will be based partly on the result of forensic evidence currently being tested in the state crime lab. Altenhoff would not say what those item are, but CBS 2 news partner The Naperville Sun reported that a tarp with Lisa’s blood on it was found in Craig’s truck.

    “You’ve been around a long time and know that in order for us to get a prepared affidavit we have to raise our right hand and swear before a judge. So, I’ll just leave it at that,” Altenhoff said in regards to the tarp and Craig Stebic’s prior denial of owning a tarp.

    http://cbs2chicago.com/topstories/local_story_185182921.html
     
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    Plainfield police are seeking volunteers to help this weekend in the search for a missing Plainfield mother at Silver Springs State Park in Yorkville.

    The Plainfield Police Department and the Plainfield Emergency Management Agency intend to launch a massive search at the park Saturday for Lisa Stebic, a Plainfield mother of two.

    ~snip~

    Volunteers should meet at the Kendall County Fairgrounds and will be bused to the park. There are only 55 parking spots in the entire state park, Harris said.

    The Kendall County Fairgrounds is at 10826 Illinois 71, at Illinois 71 and East High Point Road, a mile west of Illinois 47 in Yorkville.

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    Although rumored to be marking the husband of a missing Plainfield woman as a possible suspect in her disappearance, police say their investigation has not changed.

    Deputy Police Chief Mark Eiting said Thursday Lisa Stebic's disappearance remains a missing person case with no suspects.

    "When we start changing things, it's going to be based on evidence coming in, leads coming in," Eiting said. "At this point, there are no suspects, there are no persons of interest, at this point."

    A police source working on the case said Thursday the investigation is "narrowing," and that new information in the case could emerge next week.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/457743,4_1_JO06_STEBIC_S1.article
     
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    More than 600 people turned out Saturday morning to search part of Silver Springs State Park for Lisa Stebic, the Plainfield mother of 2 who has been missing since April 30.

    The huge crowd overwhelmed the organizers, who had been expecting about 200 searchers. The line to egister, be assigned a team and receive a sheet outlining what to look for snaked out the door of the pavilion at the Kenedall County Fairground. Some waited in line more than an hour.

    The clue sheet had a photograph of a purse of the kind Stebic was known to carry. It also mentioned a gray or silver cell phone, navy blue sweatpants, a white t-shirt and a woman's shoe size 8 ½.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-070707stebic-story,1,4102463.story?coll=chi-news-hed
     
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    The Plainfield community's ongoing concern for Lisa Stebic stuns the missing woman's family members, who for some time have said they expected interest in the case to fade.

    A search Saturday of the 1,300-acre Silver Springs State Park near Yorkville attracted nearly 700 volunteers -- more than double the turnout of a May 12 event in which searchers combed a 4-mile radius around the Stebics' home.

    "It was unreal, it was really overwhelming," Melanie Greenberg, Stebic's cousin, said of Saturday's turnout.

    Greenberg said Stebic's family had expected about 200 volunteers to make the half-hour drive to the park -- located 20 miles west of Plainfield-- on what was one of the hottest days of the year.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/461827,4_1_JO10_STEBIC_S1.article
     
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    Amy Jacobson, a reporter for WMAQ-Channel 5, is in hot water with her bosses for going swimming on her day off with the estranged husband of a missing Plainfield woman.

    Dressed in a two-piece swimsuit, Jacobson brought her two young sons, ages 3 and 2, with her Friday when she swam in the backyard pool of Craig Stebic.

    Dressed in a two-piece swimsuit, Jacobson brought her two young sons, ages 3 and 2, with her Friday when she swam in the backyard pool of Craig Stebic.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/461634,CST-FIN-feder10.article
     
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    A Chicago television reporter is in hot water over her technique in pursuing a source in the disappearance of Lisa Stebic.

    The Plainfield mother was last seen by her husband, Craig Stebic, on April 30, and there has been no sign of her since despite an intense investigation and repeated searches.

    Craig Stebic is not talking to police, but as CBS 2's Alita Guillen reports, he appears to be talking to a local reporter.

    A video captured Friday shows WMAQ-TV reporter Amy Jacobson wearing a bikini and wrapped in a towel at Craig Stebic's home. Also seen in the video are Stebic himself, his sister from Iowa, and Jacobson's two children.

    http://cbs2chicago.com/topstories/local_story_191075534.html
     
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    WMAQ-Ch. 5 executives on Tuesday continued to weigh what, if any, disciplinary action to take against reporter Amy Jacobson, seen on videotape in a swimsuit at the home of Craig Stebic, whose wife's disappearance Jacobson has been covering.

    Officials at rival station WBBM-Ch. 2, who had been debating since Friday whether they should air the tape, aired clips on Tuesday morning and posted a report on the station's Web site after the tape's existence was reported in the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times.

    The tape appears to show Jacobson in a bikini top with a towel around her waist, as well as her children, at the Stebic home along with Stebic. Channel 2, which said the tape was shot Friday but did not say how it was acquired, also reported Stebic's sister from Iowa was present.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/chi-070709jacobsonjul09,1,6178857.story?coll=chi-news-hed
     
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    Reporter's pool visit results in departure
    Amy Jacobson leaves job at Channel 5 after tape of her appearance at Craig Stebic's home is made public

    By Phil Rosenthal
    Tribune media columnist
    Published July 11, 2007, 12:01 AM CDT


    By showing up in a swimsuit along with her kids, WMAQ-Ch. 5 reporter Amy Jacobson was treading uncertain waters without dipping so much as a toe in the backyard pool of Craig Stebic, whose wife's disappearance Jacobson had been covering.

    If Jacobson was hoping to make a big journalistic splash, she instead suffered the self-inflicted sting of a belly flop as her bid to ingratiate herself with a potential source made its own headlines, including this one, heralding her exit from Channel 5.


    So the last would-be exclusive she would ever chase for WMAQ instead became fodder for an exclusive at rival WBBM-Ch. 2, which on Tuesday aired and posted online video of her and her children at the same Plainfield residence that Lisa Stebic was moving to evict her estranged husband from on April 30, the day she vanished.

    A memo to WMAQ news staff Tuesday announced Jacobson's negotiated exit, effective immediately, from the NBC-owned station, where she had worked since 1996.


    http://www.chicagotribune.com/busin...57.story?coll=chi-news-hed&ctrack=2&cset=true
     
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