Possible victims : New York

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    McNeill's case is the one that started Detectives Gannon and Duarte's investigation into these cases.

    I can't find any more info on Patrick - I only link back to articles about these recent investigations.

    ETA: Nevermind, found this: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9D0DE7D7133FF934A25757C0A961958260

    Autopsy Shows a Fordham Student Drowned

    Published: April 17, 1997

    The Fordham University student whose body was found floating near a Brooklyn pier last week died from drowning, New York City's chief Medical Examiner ruled yesterday, adding that the young man had a moderate amount of alcohol in his blood but was not overly inebriated when he died.
    Dr. Charles Hirsch, the chief Medical Examiner, said his office does not release the precise numerical blood alcohol levels, which change depending on how long a person has been dead. But he said that the level of alcohol in the body of the student, Patrick McNeill Jr., was ''more than a little and less than a lot.''
     
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    Kieran McCaffrey

    http://www.massapequapost.com/news/2008/0402/front_page/004.html

    The family of Massapequa High School senior Kieran McCaffrey, as well as the community, is still waiting to hear how the teenager died. He was found earlier this month, lying in the water at a local canal in Massapequa and had been missing for several weeks

    *more at link
     
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    AM, if you'd like to edit your post:
    Adam Falcon DOD: 11/13/2004
    Albert Campbell DOD: 10/07/2005
     
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    Yeesh- how did I miss this- Ithaca student, from Minn, same circumstances, the day after the story breaks?
     
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    http://www.9wsyr.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=4437ca0f-0f4f-4bb7-9669-acf344f0aff9&rss=112



    Missing Ithaca College student found dead

    Ithaca, New York (WSYR-TV) - The Ithaca College student who had been missing since Sunday has been found dead in a pond on campus.

    The college public safety office said divers found the body at 9:30 Wednesday morning.

    The office said freshman William Jacobson, 19, of St. Paul, Minnesota, had been last seen in the city of Ithaca between 3:30 and 4:00 a.m., Sunday April 27.

    He was in a backyard on Grandview Ave., below Hudson Heights Apartments, leaving a party and was believed to be returning to his room.
     
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    Thanks for updating, God Bless, horrible
     
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    He was leaving a COSTUME PARTY?? Remind you of anyone?
    Chris Jenkins was found in his Indian costume.

    The weekend the detectives breaking their hypothesis on these similar cases are in NY, using the Chris Jenkins case as their case study, who went missing the eve of Halloween dressed in costume- wtf??
    This guy was from St. Paul???
     
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    Unreal, isn't it, Blink? And in the wake of the renewed interest of the case. Coincidence?

    Eve
     
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    I think I'm gonna hurl- seriously this is unbelievable
     
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    Wow!! I just saw this. Unbelievable! My friend's son goes to Ithaca College. I'll see if she knows anything.
     
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    See if she can find out why they would have a costume party in April, if you can, please. A guy dressed as Wm. Shakespear ending up in a pond is more than I can swallow here-
     

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