MD MD - Kennette Gehman, 17, Havre de Grace, 3 Sept 1983

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  1. UMfanforever

    UMfanforever New Member

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    Kennette M Gehman
    Case #: V-53-01108

    Age / Sex / Race: 17 / Female / White Location of Homicide: Wooded area off Trappe Church Rd. � mile east of Md Rt 136 County: Harford Date / Time: 9 / 3 / 1983 Cause of Death: Unknown Details: Ms. Gehman was last seen on 09-03-1983 in the area of her residence, riding a bicycle. When she did not return home she was reported missing to the Havre De Grace Police Department. On 01-19-1990 a skull and bones were located at the above location. Identification was made through dental records. Case ruled a homicide due to the circumstances surrounding her disappearance. Investigator: Detective Sergeant John Cook
    Maryland State Police - Cold Case Unit
    1201 Reisterstown Road
    Pikesville, Maryland 21208
    410-290-0050
    jgcook@mdsp.org


    http://www.mdsp.org/hsib/cold_case_details.asp?identifier=20
     
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    Was looking to see if have any updates, I miss her. All these years and I can still remember spending time together. Kay was a relative of mine.
     
  3. UdbCrzy2

    UdbCrzy2 New Member

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    It looks like the Maryland PD link has moved to this one:
    http://www.marylandbee.com/posts/4/maryland-cold-case-february-11-2009

    I found an article from 1990 about a search team:

    Search Team Believes In Getting Down To Business Crime Areas Combed On Hands And Knees

    November 23, 1990
    Searchers combed the woods off Trappe Church Road that day, looking for the missing pieces of Kennett M. Gehman's body. Gehman was last seen leaving her Havre de Grace home on her bicycle Sept. 2, 1983.

    "We found mostly bones, hand bones and back bones," said Trooper Robert White who trains the team.

    "The medical examiner used dental records to identify her," he said.

    "But they could not tell the exact cause of death."

    http://articles.baltimoresun.com/19...1_team-members-crime-scene-search-search-team
     

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