Officials searching Mich. woods for missing girls say suspect "bragged" about killing

10 May, 2018, 11:43 | Author: Terri Saunders
  • Warren Police and the FBI are conducting a search in Macomb Township. The search is being conducted in the area of 23 Mile and North Avenue

Police say a suspect in the decades-old slaying of a 12-year-old MI girl boasted to fellow prisoners that he killed several other girls.

Dwyer said investigators are confident they could find bodies in a wooded area they began digging up this week.

Dwyer said they reopened the cold case last fall but couldn't start the search until the weather and ground conditions improved. Arthur Ream was convicted of first-degree murder in her killing and sentenced to life in prison.

"We do have probable cause to believe that this is a gravesite", said Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer. Although the information surrounding the search is limited, CNN reported that the investigation has unearthed some things that make them "cautiously optimistic" that they are "on the right track".

And in police video released by prosecutors Ream even admits he's "in" to young girls.

Almost three dozen law officers and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are searching the site, Warren Mayor Jim Fouts said.

Using earth-moving equipment, as well as shovels and rakes, authorities have spent two days excavating a wooded site about 30 miles (50 kilometers) northeast of Detroit in the belief that Arthur Ream buried all of his victims in the same general area.

Authorities have said they believe the remains of Kimberly King will be found at the site.

This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. He is, however, the only person of interest or suspect in the case, the commissioner said.

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Authorities work in a rural wooded area in southeastern MI, searching for the remains of a 12-year-old girl last seen in 1979. The search began Monday while digging actually began Tuesday, after authorities were able to clear some of the brush from the property.

Kimberly King, who went missing from Warren on September 15, 1979.

Investigators were hoping Ream would cooperate more than he has, Dwyer said. If true, suspect Arthur Ream, 69, who flunked a polygraph test on the topic of several missing girls from the 1970s and 1980s, is already in prison.

Cindy was last seen on April 20, 1986, after going to a Dairy Queen in Eastpointe, a mostly blue-collar suburb north of Detroit. Detectives say that Ream tricked Zarzycki into entering his auto by promising to take her to a surprise party for his son.

According to court records from a failed 2010 appeal of his murder conviction, Ream knew Cindy through his son, Scott, who was dating the 13-year-old. Kim Larrow, who was 15 when she vanished from Canton Township, 30 miles west of Detroit, in June 1981. Handloser said Nadine's boyfriend would meet her at the halfway point.

Dwyer said he believes that Ream killed all of the girls whose remains might be found in what authorities are calling a grave site.

William Dwyer, Warren Police Commissioner, told the press that the investigators believe there are several bodies buried in the vicinity of 23 Mile and North Avenue roads.

Kathie Lucas hopes that after almost four decades, she will finally get answers as to what happened to her little sister, Kimberly King.

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