GUILTY WA - Mackenzie Cowell, 17, Wenatchee, 9 Feb 2010 - #15

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  1. Gone Too Soon

    Gone Too Soon New Member

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    I looked at the 4/6/2010 entry and there appears to be a declaration from a person named JC and a warrant with a Writ of Habeas Corpus. Del, or anyone else - do you have access to check this CN 10-2-00378-3 for MCM on Liberty (willing/able to check)? If not possible, perhaps one of us should go down to Super Court and read declaration or other charging docs in system? I am not able to do it today. Also looks as though fees waived; as in indigent, court appointed legal counsel.
     


  2. greydiggity

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    what about the "declaration" on the court case by a female. Where would she fit in?
     
  3. Thinking Out Loud

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    O.k., hold the phone - MCM is not our guy. I looked it up in the court records just now. It is a custody matter. He took his daughter from Oregon and concealed her from the mother. Allegations of drug abuse as well. No bail. All public record. He was scheduled for another court appearance at 11:30 this morning.

    Darn - I had major butterflies for a while.
     
  4. pufnstuf

    pufnstuf "Yes, she's emotionally disturbed. She's unbalance

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    Sure those aren't survey markers? With all the PUD stuff going on, may be something to do with that.
     
  5. greydiggity

    greydiggity New Member

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    For the Love of God. SOMEONE throw us a bone.
     
  6. jarethamarie

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    Thanks, Thinking. :(

    I was hoping someone sleuther (like you!) Would have access.

    I'm bummed, though. His 411 seemed to match up with rumors for other potential players. I was excited for a minute. Grrrr.
     
  7. SCSleuther

    SCSleuther It is the province of knowledge to speak and...the

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    LMAO !! Grey, you are hilarious !! (And you've got some guts !!)

    And Puf, thanks for also having the "guts" to post that information from your source.

    Wow, I must say this is all such very interesting sleuthing this morning !

    IMO, "legs" in the water, as opposed to the original description of "feet"....lends a little more credence to her body not being "placed" in it's final discovery spot.
     
  8. Thinking Out Loud

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    I know! I thought I had the bone and was running with it! So disappointed. (Although glad the little girl in this matter was found and is safe.)
     
  9. del rio

    del rio Former Member

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    Here's photo NUMBER 901:
     

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  10. pufnstuf

    pufnstuf "Yes, she's emotionally disturbed. She's unbalance

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    Upon hearing that, I thought that maybe, since the water is so shallow there, as Del Rio has described... maybe they took her into the water to wash any evidence off of her body and just dropped her in the shallows. I read on another website that the water at in that area can rise and drop 2 feet in no time... so I guess maybe the water rose, pushing her into the shore, and then dropped again, leaving her on the bank with legs submerged.

    That part is JMO.
     
  11. scandi

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    Thanks Alt, I meant the possibility she was very well hidden in the foliage, which is not how she was found.

    That digging on the river bank might have been for something other than a body - evidence buried maybe.

    Like our poster with Groucho's Avi said, SS like we can speculate even if it is not FACT ~ yet. ;}
     
  12. justiceformackenzie

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    They may have thought that they pushed her out far enough that she would float away but the water level dropped and she was beached. That would explain why the police tape went so far out into the water and why they brought in divers.
     
  13. pufnstuf

    pufnstuf "Yes, she's emotionally disturbed. She's unbalance

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    This is what a temporary survey marker looks like:

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    Utility companies use them to mark lines. Private and public (county/state) surveyors use them, too, to mark property lines, right of way, easement, etc.
     
  14. del rio

    del rio Former Member

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    Here's photo NUMBER 902:
     

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  15. pufnstuf

    pufnstuf "Yes, she's emotionally disturbed. She's unbalance

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    Yeah, good point! From everything I've read about that area, the water level fluctuates a lot. What could be one level one morning could be 2' lower that afternoon. Also there's supposedly a LOT of wind through there. That part of the columbia is described as a wind tunnel. That would explain her body being pushed back to the shore, too.
     
  16. del rio

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    This is a photo of the nail in the spray-painted "B" located in the duck blind. It's about 3 or 4 times longer than the nails used in the brushy-area.

    Here's photo NUMBER 903:
     

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    del rio Former Member

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    Here's photo NUMBER 904:
     

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  18. apple2010

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    Thanks to you and the others who have shared with us first-hand knowledge. You, Del Rio and others have provided much insight and information to this case. I appreciate what you have to offer, while not jeopardizing LEs efforts or violating your source's confidence.
     
  19. pufnstuf

    pufnstuf "Yes, she's emotionally disturbed. She's unbalance

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    A lifetime ago, I worked with a surveyor. That surely does look like some of the plastic washers/spikes we used for temp markers. Identical to them.

    Possible that LE has learned how good they are for marking, especially with fluorescent plastic washers. Usually, LE forensics uses marker flags...which they number to correspond with records they keep.
     
  20. scandi

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    Hi, I thought CSI investigators used little orange or yellow plastic wedges, each having a #, that they set right next to what they have observed that is evidenciary. xox

    ETA: In Del's photo with 3 red circles it sure looks like a blood trail tho.
     
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