The remains of a teenage girl who disappeared in Kentucky in 2010, found in Ohio Author: Alina Dykman Photo: Kentucky State Police Kentucky US news Ohio accident missing
According to authorities, the remains of a teenage girl from Kentuckywho went missing in 2010was discovered on the last weekend in Ohio.
The police Department Covington stated in a press release Wednesday that the remains of 17-year-old Paige Johnson was discovered in the County of Clermont (Ohio).
“Obviously, this is not the outcome, which would any of us”, – told reporters the police chief of Covington’s Robert Nader.
The remains were found Sunday near Williamsburg Township. The woman called 911 and said that her husband hunted deer and found a burned human skull.
“At the moment we do not know the cause of death of Paige”, – said the chief of police.
Paige Johnson was last seen September 23, 2010, when her boyfriend Jacob Bumpass said he dropped her off at the intersection of 15th and Scott streets in Covington (Kentucky). Her remains were discovered 33 miles East of this place
“I was just shaking, – said the publication of The Enquirer’s sister Paige, Brittany Haywood. – My mom just woke me up and told about it.”
After 17-year-old girl went missing, police interviewed Jacob Bumpass, who claimed to have landed Paige in Covington. But investigators later discovered that Jacob’s phone while pelengasa around the house Paige in Florence, about 11 miles South of Covington.
However, the guy never called a suspect and was not arrested in connection with the disappearance of Paige.
Police Department of Covington announced that in conjunction with the County Sheriff’s office Clermont they continue to investigate.
Anyone with information about the disappearance of Paige Johnson is asked to contact Greater Cincinnati Crime Stoppers by phone: 513-352-3040.
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