Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by JerseyGirl, Dec 23, 2019.
Thank you! We can see with our own eyes now. The question now, for whom?
Could it be an OD victim(s) in the vacant house?
Speculation. Too nervous to wait for more news.
Livestream reporter just said an investigator is taking photos in the abandoned house
We're not allowed to discuss posts or rumours coming from social media.
There's a BIG crowd there.
Odds of it being something unrelated to Harley Dilly are quite low. But stranger things has have I suppose.
Sources: Police presence near residence where missing 14-year-old lives
^This news station says coroner is there, but another local news guy said they're not. I don't use twitter so I'm not sure about any of that
That police officer standing there looks like a nice man.
Someone go ask him what's going on.
Oh dear. Is this information being reported in the media, or just unapproved sites?
Like @MassGuy said if there's a body it's harleys
Fox 8 News is reporting a search is going on in an unoccupied home on Harley Dilly’s Street.
And they reported that the coroner was not on the scene but we can see for ourselves in the video footage.
Fox 8 News
The Port Clinton Police Department, Ohio BCI (Bureau of Criminal Investigation), Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office, and other agencies are on-scene.
Evidence has been collected from the scene.
A dispatcher from the Port Clinton Police Department told TiffinOhio.net News that no body has been found at the scene, and Harley is still considered missing.
Authorities also confirmed that the activity at the home is related to the Dilly case. bbm
Heavy police presence near residence of missing 14-year-old Ohio boy Harley Dilly
It is being reported that the police are on scene at a house at the 500 block of Fulton, but also being reported that they are on scene at a house across the street from the Dilly home on E 5th. Or were they present at both locations? Very confusing to follow what is going on.
Dispatchers aren't able to release information one way or the other. They aren't on scene.
I ain't taking the word of a dispatcher.
Honestly, the rate of drug overdoses in Ohio is so large, I've never seen a response to an OD like that. It's really, really sad but it's not a big deal here.
I had a client call me today to tell me he's not being sued (he is) because he called the company and the receptionist said she doesn't have any information about him being sued. That's the vibe I got from that reporter.
I wonder if there is a police presence at more than one location.
If someone reported a tip about this location and there is crime evidence but no body at this location, perhaps they also were made aware of another critical location.