A Colorado mom vanished from her home under mysterious circumstances, Fox News reported, leaving friends baffled.
Kimberlee Graves, 41, of Fort Collins was reported missing Dec. 8 after a friend, who hadn’t heard from Graves in several days, asked police to check on her home. No one was there and Graves’s car was gone, KDVR reported.
She had last been seen at her house four days earlier, on Dec. 4.
A few days later on Dec. 10, a friend visited Graves’s home and discovered it had been ransacked.
And then, on Dec. 13, Police found her car abandoned in a garage.
There has been no sign of injury, KDVR reported. It’s unclear if her children are with her, though 9News reported that police are only looking for Graves.
“There’s no evidence that would indicate injury to Kimberlee, but because of the kind of suspicious circumstances, we are asking the community’s help to locate
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A location scout for the Netflix series Narcos has been found murdered in a part of Mexico known for the very same drug violence the show portrays. Spanish language news periodical El País reported Sunday the body of Carlos Muñoz Portal, 37, was discovered inside his car last Monday September 11 on a dirt road near the state of Hidalgo, which currently has the highest murder rate in the country. His car was embedded in dirt and he had been shot several times.
Muñoz was in the area scouting locations for season 4 of the acclaimed series, which chronicles the highs and lows of the DEA’s ongoing battles with the drug cartels of Latin America. Where Narcos’ first three seasons dealt with such Colombian cocaine kingpins as Pablo Escobar and his rivals in the Cali Cartel, season four was to depict the ascent of Mexican traffickers, including the infamous
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A 20-Year-Old college student died while on a hike to a hot spring in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, according to Denver NBC affiliate KUSA.
Susanna Deforest of Collegeville, Pennsylvania fell ill while on a 16-mile hike to Conundrum Hot Springs, south of Aspen.
DeForest was visiting three friends from Pennsylvania who now live in the town of Dillon, Colorado.
Pitkin County Sheriff’s Deputy Anthony Todaro told The Aspen Times the group had the proper gear, water and food to spend the night at the hot spring, but left late in the day on Thursday, August 18. According to the website AllTrails, the hike is rated as “difficult” and can take up to eight hours to complete.
About six miles into the hike Deforest became ill and started vomiting. The group set up a tent for her to rest in, while two members of the party hiked out to get help. They
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A journalist has gone missing after an assignment on a submarine.
According to the Washington Post, 30-year-old Kim Wall has vanished after taking a trip aboard a submarine in Denmark. The submarine then mysteriously sank.
Wall, a Swedish journalist who has reported on North Korea, climate change and post-war Sri Lanka, was reportedly on assignment to interview Peter Madsen, an inventor and builder of subs and rockets. She was last seen Thursday, leaving Copenhagen on the sub with Madsen.
Authorities believe that Madsen deliberately sank the vessel on Friday. They found it from Koge Bay in more than 22 feet of water. “The sub has been searched and there is nobody on board — neither dead nor alive,” Copenhagen police homicide chief Jens Moller said, according to Reuters.
Although Wall’s body has not been found, Madsen was arrested for involuntary manslaughter. He has maintained his innocence, claiming that he dropped the journalist off late Thursday. He has since
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A woman’s body was found buried in a hole in the sand on a beach in Maryland.
Thirty-year-old Ashley O’Connor, an artist from Plano, Texas, was taking stroll on the beach in the middle of the night, according to the Associated Press. Authorities believe she either fell or sat in a hole dug by another vacationer. The sand then collapsed, burying her alive.
Beachgoers discovered her body a little before dawn on Monday. According to ABC News, they spotted her arm sticking out of the sand. Investigators spent 9 hours digging for clues in the spot where O’Connor died. Meanwhile, sunbathers laid on towels just a few feet away.
A medical examiner confirmed that the death was an accident and a rare one: ABC News reports that there has only been 31 incidents of people dying in recreational sand holes over a 10-year period worldwide.
Maryland authorities are reminding people not to
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