MI MI - Dean 'Deanie' Pyle Peters, 13, Grand Rapids, 5 Feb 1981

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  1. BethAnn777

    BethAnn777 Not well-known, just the way I like it.

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    Jim’s Facebook. His profile pic is scary!
    Jim Frisbie
     
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  2. chaddylex

    chaddylex Verified local - Rebecca Stahl case

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    On the Deanie Peters: WZZM 13 Investigates FB page - a guy mentioned that Jim Frisbie should be looked at bac in 2014!
    (wasn't sure if we were allowed to link it here or not)
     
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  3. Nina Michigan

    Nina Michigan Verified President/Founder of Missing in Michigan

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    I'm really happy to see progress in Deanie's case.
     
  4. dulldullmike

    dulldullmike Member

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    Looks like he is very (or likes to look) religious. I can't wait to find out what they got on him.
     
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    Lavender Moon Well-Known Member

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    Yes, scary to the nth degree. Everything is scary on those pages.
     
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  6. TheArtfulDetective

    TheArtfulDetective A voice for the missing

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    ‘It would be wonderful to have closure,’ Deanie Peters’ family friend says of her 1981 disappearance

    GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- A man’s arrest for perjury in connection with the 40-year-old disappearance of a Kent County teen is bringing hope to friends of the teen’s family.

    Hope for closure. Hope the decades-old mystery will be solved.

    “They have suffered terribly over the past 40 years,” Ariadyne Herbert said of Deanie Peters’ family.

    “They need closure and that’s what I pray for,” she said.

    Peters was 14 when she went missing while attending a Forest Hills Central Middle School wrestling practice. She was reported to be headed to the bathroom but never returned.

    Related: Man charged with perjury in investigation of Deanie Peters’ 1981 disappearance

    Herbert was in the school gym talking with Peters’ mother just before the teen went missing.

    Kent County sheriff’s deputies recently arrested 61-year-old James Frisbie of Alto on a perjury charge. Prosecutors allege he lied during testimony for an investigative subpoena.

    “He made false statements regarding information, knowledge, and/or his prior involvement in the investigation, including, but not limited to statements he made to law enforcement and others about possible suspects and or witnesses,” a Kent County sheriff’s detective wrote in a probable-cause affidavit.

    Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker and others close to the case say they cannot divulge further details about Frisbie’s connection to the Deanie Peters case or what they believe he might know.

    Related: A look back: the investigation of missing Deanie Peters

    A judge issued a $300,000 bond and, as of Wednesday, July 21, Frisbie was still in the Kent County Jail. A probable cause hearing is scheduled for August in the case.

    Becker said the investigative subpoena -- and arrests for allegedly not telling the truth -- are fairly common in significant investigations.

    “It’s part of the process. We do all kinds of investigative subpoenas for many homicides, not all of them this old. It may lead to something and it may not. It all depends on how things develop as the investigation unfolds,” he said.

    “It does show we are working on it,” he said. “But to think that somehow tomorrow there is going to be something solved, that’s not necessarily the case.

    “We just have to be patient through all of this. We’re working on it and we’ll see where it takes us. Even I don’t know at this point in time,” Becker said.

    Herbert thinks Frisbie might know something. She hopes he can provide information that will lead to the discovery of her remains so that they “can have a Christian burial.”

    Multiple investigators have spent decades interviewing people across the country and in Kent County, and sometimes digging in areas where her remains were rumored to lie.

    “All this would take is for one person to open up and talk,” Herbert said. “It would be wonderful to have closure.”

    ‘It would be wonderful to have closure,’ Deanie Peters’ family friend says of her 1981 disappearance
     
  7. TheArtfulDetective

    TheArtfulDetective A voice for the missing

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    Family hopes arrest in Deanie Peters case clears name of longtime suspect GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The family of a longtime suspect in the disappearance 40 years ago of Deanie Peters hopes the recent arrest of another man in the case will clear his name
    Family hopes arrest in Deanie Peters case ... - WOODTV.com
     
  8. TootsieFootsie

    TootsieFootsie Well-Known Member

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  9. theshadow45

    theshadow45 Well-Known Member

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    Bumping, today is Dean’s birthday.
     
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