GUILTY OH - Two women & child killed, 13yo abducted, Apple Valley, 10 Nov 2010 #1

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    APPLE VALLEY, Ohio — Authorities said a pickup belonging to a missing Knox County woman was found on the campus of Kenyon College late Thursday, prompting a lockdown.

    Knox County Sheriff's deputies were searching for two women and two children, reported missing from an Apple Valley home on Thursday evening, 10TV News reported.

    Tina Herrmann, 32, Stephanie Spring, 41, and two children, Cody Manerd, 10, and Sarah Manerd, 13, were reported missing.

    The relationship between the four was not immediately clear.

    Knox County Sheriff's deputies and investigators from the state's Bureau of Criminal Investigation spent several hours searching a house on Apple Valley Road, 10TV's Ashleigh Barry reported.

    BCI investigators said there were signs of a struggle inside the home, Barry reported.

    A dark purple Ford F-150 that belonged to one of the women was also missing, deputies said.

    Kenyon College, in Gambier Ohio, was put on lockdown shortly after 10 p.m. after the pickup was found abandoned at the Brown Family Environmental Center.

    An e-mail, sent to students at 11:10 p.m., said law enforcement told college officials there was a "potentially dangerous person in the vicinity."
    http://www.10tv.com/live/content/lo...ounty-truck-found-kenyon-college.html?sid=102
     
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    The two children are Tina's.
     
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    Law-enforcement officials were searching a house last night in Knox County, and nearby Kenyon College had locked down its campus, because four people who have been reported missing are thought to be victims of foul play.
    Deputies with the Knox County sheriff's office, along with agents for the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation, descended on the home at 481 King Beach Dr. last night.
    The house is in the Apple Valley area of Howard Township. Kenyon College is about 7 miles away.
    Knox County Sheriff David Barber told WBNS-TV (Channel 10) that Tina R. Herrmann, 32, and her friend Stephanie Spring, 41, along with Herrmann's children, Sarah Maynard, 13, and Kody Maynard, 10, were last seen Wednesday.


    Gregory Borders, who lives at the home with Herrmann, reported the four missing Wednesday. Herrmann also didn't report for work, her co-workers said.


    A search of the house found signs of violence, Barber told WBNS. He wouldn't elaborate.


    http://www.dispatch.com/live/conten...0/11/11/4-missing-in-knox-county.html?sid=101
     
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    I wonder where the man living in the home was when they went missing, how long they were missing before he called LE, and . . . well, lots of things like that.
     
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    Knox County Sheriff David Barber said Herrman's live-in boyfriend reported her missing on Wednesday.
    "(On) Thursday, Tina did not show up at work; she works at the local Dairy Queen in Mount Vernon," Barber said. "A co-worker came out and met deputies out here. Her truck was gone."
    Barber said the co-worker and deputies went inside the home and found things out of place. He did not elaborate further, saying only that things appeared to be in an "unusual condition," Reaves reported.


    http://www.10tv.com/live/content/lo...4-people-missing-kenyon-lockdown.html?sid=102
     
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    HOWARD, Ohio – An Ohio sheriff says authorities are searching for a missing woman, her two children and a female friend in a case that has prompted an overnight lockdown at a nearby college.


    Knox County Sheriff David Barber told WBNS-TV the boyfriend of one woman reported her missing on Wednesday, and that the woman's co-worker said she didn't show up for work on Thursday.


    The co-worker went to the woman's home and noticed that things were out of place. The sheriff says police searched the house and found it in "an unusual condition," but he did not elaborate.


    The woman's pickup truck was found abandoned Thursday on property owned by nearby Kenyon College. The college ordered a lockdown until 7 a.m. Friday of all students on the residential campus.


    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20101112/ap_on_re_us/us_ohio_family_missing
     
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    Stephanie (left) and Tina (right)
     
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    "When (the co-worker) went in, she saw some things out of place," the sheriff told the television station. A subsequent police search of the house determined that it was in an "unusual condition" for a place where a woman and two children were living, Barber said.
    It was unclear what led to their disapperance, and Barber did not elaborate.
    The friend's vehicle was found parked at the home.

    The mother's pickup truck was at the home Wednesday when the boyfriend reported her missing, but it was found abandoned Thursday night on property owned by nearby Kenyon College, about 50 miles northeast of Columbus.

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/11/12/reported-missing-forces-lockdown-ohio-college/
     
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    Kenyon College is a very small private college. The surrounding countryside is very hilly and filled with farmland, some Amish. It is also fairly close to Mt. Vernon, Ohio. It doesn't sound good at all. :( Here's hoping for some kind of clue to bring these people home to their families.
     
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    So the boyfriend reported her missing Wednesday, no one called her job so a co-worker came to the house on Thursday and got in--how? Her truck was at the house Wednesday but turned up at the campus Thursday somehow? The friends truck has been at the house the whole time? Hinky for the "boyfriend" I think.
     
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    So in other words, her vehicle was at her house when she went missing, but the vehicle went missing afterwards and was later found on the college campus? How odd!
     
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    Add to that said "boyfriend" didn't notice the unusual condition that the co-worker and LE noticed?
     
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    I was thinking the same as y'all - something is left out of the reports - or something just doesn't seem right about these circumstances as reported. :waitasec:
     
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