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- Mar 4, 2010
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Hoping the new member friends of Adrienne can shed some light on any attack if it is allowed and hoping the police have followed up, kinda strange the person involved has "not been caught yet" since July? . Maybe part of the go fund me can hire a private investigator to find what the police seem too busy to do.I've been all over the map with this one, from mental break, to voluntary, to abduction, to staged.
I keep circling around to the assault this summer and how that's not really been detailed in any articles. Where did it happen? How many people were involved? And the b/f didn't protect her and was also injured? So many questions. Some of the things her sister said during the Brainscratcher interview have given me pause and that now points my thoughts in a very specific direction of foul play.
..........kinda strange the person involved has "not been caught yet" since July? .
That's frustrating, though I wonder if LE meant "not been questioned yet" in regards to AQ's disappearance?
I may have missed this earlier but if it is in reference to the July attack on AQ, does it mean:
They do know who it is and simply haven't found them yet?
The person hasn't been caught because they have no clue who it is?
In defense of the SD and believe me that I rarely feel compelled to palliate for law enforcement however tracking and cadaver dogs are designed to serve a particular purpose. Cadaver dogs are remarkable in their low numbers as compares to tracker dogs. I also feel that Sheriff Schendel would be well served by frequent pressers to keep the public informed and to more carefully organize his verbiage.SOM - Michigan State Police Adds 12 New Canine Teams; Largest Class of New Teams in MSP History
Yeah, nah. I knew we have a substantial portfolio of K9 units, and that's just MSP.
State Police With Cadaver Dogs Searched In Michigan This Week For Jimmy Hoffa
Of the 400, one would think...
Michigan's new marijuana law could mean early retirement for some police K-9's
More info on the organization/poster:
More info on the organization/poster:
Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue (MibSAR) home page
Direct from the site above:
Welcome to the Web portal of Michael Neiger's Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue (MibSAR), a small, largely non-motorized, Long-Range Special Operations Group (LRSOG) organized as aCommunity Emergency Response Team (CERT) under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Michigan Department of State Police (MSP).
Founded and run by Michael Neiger, an independent investigator in Marquette, Michigan, MibSAR's Long-Range Special Operations Group (LRSOG) is dedicated to working select unsolved missing-person cases and felony cold cases in the remote bush between the Great Lakes in northern Michigan, USA, and the Arctic Ocean’s Lower Hudson Bay in Ontario, Canada.
Important Notice: While Michael Neiger's special operations group (SOG) collaborates with law enforcement agencies, search-and-rescue teams, task forces, and strike teams regarding on-going investigations and operations, his special operations group (SOG) is not a traditional, paid, professional, "first-response," search-and-rescue unit.
His SOG is one of 'last resort' that specializes in working on select missing-person and felony investigations, primarily ones that have been suspended by the agency of jurisdiction.
An incident requiring an emergency search and rescue (SAR) response should be immediately referred to the agency with jurisdiction over the area where the incident occurred—often a sheriffs department in Michigan; or the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Ontario, Canada—by calling 911 immediately.
On certain, select cases, Michael Neiger also designs, maintains, and hosts investigative Web sites; designs, prints, and distributes investigative posters; underwrites monetary rewards; and arranges for anonymous, toll-free tip lines and online tip-reporting programs through Crime Stoppers.
All of Michael Neiger's SOG investigations, searches, services, CSI operations, work products, and consults are provided absolutely free of charge to victims, their families and advocates, and police departments.
This guy could be a huge blessing to this case. His bio:Also looks like he works with cadaver dogs and has experience with winter searches based on the details on his site.