Found Deceased TX - Kaytlynn Cargill, 14, Bedford, 19 June 2017 #2

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  1. liltexans

    liltexans Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    A 14-year-old from Bedford last seen walking her dog disappeared Monday night, Bedford police say.

    Kaytlynn's mother said her daughter went missing around 6:30 p.m. while walking the dog around the Oak Creek Apartments in Bedford.

    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/bed...cial&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1497989540

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    The body of a girl found in Arlington’s landfill Wednesday is that of a 14-year-old Bedford girl, Kaytlynn Cargill, who was reported missing Monday.

    https://arlingtonvoice.com/arlingto...found-arlington-landfill-missing-bedford-girl


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  4. margarita25

    margarita25 Jessica Ridgeway. Never Forgotten.

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    her being randomly snatched is far down my list. Did she have a meet up planned, a quick rendezvous? She knew she only had 30 minutes. Her phone messages should have lead to an arrest by now if that were the case. No one has mentioned her having a phone and iirc the parents didn't say they called her up but called her friends. So, a landline at home? I hope cops checked all recent numbers in and out. I hope all items around her discovery spot were analyzed to back track to a pickup location. If the surrounding refuse is from near the dog walk then it would most likely be a nearby resident. If she was placed at the dump that says local to me also. Hope there's a press conference soon.
     
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    rocket JLWOP Opponent

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    The picture is explained on the "Tribute Wall."
     
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    <modsnip>

    What is HEB? TIA.
     
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    rocket JLWOP Opponent

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  9. MIKAYOYO

    MIKAYOYO What?

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    Hurst-Euless-Bedford. They are all part of the same school district.


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  10. Ladylub

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    HEB is the school district
     
  11. JamieH

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    The obituary is so very brief. Do you suppose that is because the family is staying very private (understandable) or because they have been advised by police/lawyers not to provide any additional information of any sort publicly--either for their own safety or for the good of the investigation?

    --Jamie
     
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    I wonder the same.
     
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    I'm sure the police want to keep things as quiet as possible. JMO, but I think they will stake out both the visitation tomorrow night at the funeral home & also the funeral at the church on Tuesday. Of course we don't know what LE knows. Since visitation is tomorrow night & funeral on Tuesday,I'm sure the coroner has released her body which also means that both the coroner & police know the cause of death. For whatever reason/reasons they are not ready to make it public. JMO
     
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    I thought it was pretty quick that the body was released to the family. I don't know how that works though...

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    I say nuts to this amber alert criteria. The mother was scared, the girl was only 14 and missing! They need to change that "criteria". <modsnip>
     
  16. cluciano63

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    I don't think releasing her body, if they have, means that cause of death has been established. They would have taken samples for any further testing, etc...
    In my mind, there is no reason for LE to hold back manner of death if they know for certain this is a homicide.
     
  17. Wrigley's_Human

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    Look up the statistics on kids who are missing and then return shortly after. If you Google, I bet you will find tons of discussions on what the Amber Alert criteria should be... but the general idea is for drivers to BOLO a known vehicle with an identified license plate, that the police have evidence of abduction. If there were an amber alert for every missing kid, it would be info overload and people wouldn't pay attention. Kind of like the terror alert level colors.

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  18. Elle*Bee

    Elle*Bee We're all just stories in the end.

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    I agree. That said, I do wish there was a way to get missing child alerts out to local media sooner with a greater sense of urgency. Maybe a PSA versus a new outlet deciding whether or not to air it.
     
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    Well, exactly. Vast majority of kids who go missing for a few hours are out with friends and such. If you are going to issue Amber alerts in every such case then Amber alerts would become meaningless because nobody will pay attention to them. It doesn't seem that they had anything going in KC's case for Amber alert to have any meaning. Nobody saw her abducted.
     
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