Greeley police have retrieved a body from an irrigation ditch, about a mile from the home of a missing sixth-grader.
The Greeley Tribune says there was no immediate indication of whether it was the body of Kayleah Wilson, who was last seen March 28 while walking to a friend’s house for a birthday party. The body is too badly decomposed to determine if it is a male or female. A ditch rider was checking the ditch for problems after heavy rain Tuesday found the body yesterday morning. An autopsy is underway.
(Photos courtesy of Greeley Tribune)
Source: Greeley Tribune (Posted 6:44a)
The woman accused in stealing a dog that was killed by her brother on Colorado National Monument is expected to plead guilty. The Daily Sentinel writes that Melissa Lockhart filed notice Monday through her attorney that a disposition has been reached with prosecutors and she has requested a change-of-plea hearing. Lockhart originally pleaded not guilty to stealing Buddy the Dog in December. Steven Romero pleaded guilty last month to aggravated animal cruelty and is to be sentenced in July.
Source: Daily Sentinel (Posted 6:47a)
Yesterday afternoon the DMEA Member Advisory Council held a candidate forum for those running for the DMEA board of directors. Those running are Paul Gottlieb and *Mike Sramek for District 1, *Ed Marston, Mike Folkerth, and Don Holt for District 2, and *Tony Prendergrast and Rick Chermak for District 3. DMEA members should receive ballots starting next week and must mail them back by June 18th. The annual DMEA meeting will be Saturday June 19 and portions of the meeting are open to the public. The meeting coincides with the 2010 Colorado Renewable Energy Conference (June 18-20 at the Montrose Pavilion). Those who don’t mail back their ballot can vote on June 19 from 1:00pm-2:00pm at the Pavilion.
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