The district attorney's office has an extra prosecutor assigned to the case through June. "Barring an unexpected evidentiary development," said Norm Frink, Multnomah County chief deputy district attorney, "the investigation is going to continue for months." Much more at this link.. http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2010/12/multnomah_county_sheriff_dan_s_2.html Wow an unexpected evidentiary development that warrants an extra DA assigned.. Am glad to see there is still forward movement in Kyron's case.. Any ideas on what possibly this new development could be? IMO it would have to be of some substance for it to warrant the appointment of an extra DA through June 2011.. ETA~sorry for typos.. was heading out the door when posting this..when anyone has a chance would you be so kind as to correct the typos in the title? Thanks in advance, mods!