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Police dig up East Islip backyard in search of woman's body

There are 88 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 8, 2008, titled Police dig up East Islip backyard in search of woman's body. In it, Newsday reports that:

New York City detectives and Suffolk police with shovels and a backhoe dug up an East Islip backyard Tuesday, following a report that a woman missing for 25 years was buried there.

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qwerty

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Jan 8, 2008
lol free dig job
KLKS

Nanuet, NY

#4 Jan 8, 2008
Something happened somewhere to someone. Nice reporting, as always.
Sun Of The Beach

Bridgeport, CT

#5 Jan 8, 2008
In Suffering County especially in the Town of Brokehavem their finding bodies everywhere. In cars, in cess pools, under patios, on whore juntion heading to Riverhead, the hooker burial grounds, in dumpsters, in the Bay, in houses, in the woods and on the bottom of pools. Anywhere you go youre liable to run into a body. But thank God for one thing. It makes me feel good to
know that "CRIME IS DOWN"!!!

Common Sense

Pearl River, NY

#7 Jan 8, 2008
Seems like the SCPD is digging up a bunch of old cases these days... crime must REALLY be down!!!

“Politically Incorrect ”

Since: Dec 06

Burlington, NC

#8 Jan 8, 2008
Police were told that someone "buried a bitch" in that backyard, but all they could find was the remains of a small dog... probably a female one.
Fergus

Englewood, CO

#9 Jan 8, 2008
Keep up the good work !!!!!
gorblehopper

Lakeland, FL

#11 Jan 8, 2008
KLKS wrote:
Something happened somewhere to someone. Nice reporting, as always.
you mean : " MAYBE something happened somewhere to someone "
Jim

West Hartford, CT

#14 Jan 9, 2008
It took three people to write this article that dosent have any details??? WOW
not given my name

Milford, CT

#15 Jan 9, 2008
i am just in shock and cannot believe what i was seeing on the news....but than again this house was never the best house in the neighborhood. i hope that the Crowley families can finally find the answers that they have been trying to find for all these yrs. This is just such sad and shocking news. God Bless them all!
not given my name

Milford, CT

#16 Jan 9, 2008
i was just in sad shock watching the news yesterday. I just hope and pray that the family of the teenage girl can finally get justice and answers that they have been waiting for, for yrs. I cannot believe this is all happening now.
mrsfedup

AOL

#17 Jan 9, 2008
This is a "Cold Case" probably with no substance... Perhaps this girl disappeared at her own will and elects not to reappear.. Think of all of OUR TAX DOLLARS that went into this dig for a 25 year old incident... LET SLEEPING GIRL LIE !!
Zeus

Durham, NC

#18 Jan 9, 2008
Crowley????
Tara in East Islip

New York, NY

#19 Jan 9, 2008
Ok, this house is right behind my block.
For the record, the last name was nor was ever Crowley.
not a surprise

Ocala, FL

#20 Jan 9, 2008
Jack Yulatt wrote:
Can you imagine how many other bodies they will find there? How will they figure out which one is hers?
Don't pass judgement. We lived across the street from the Crowleys and it was very sad to see the children go without. I believe Preacher Crowley and his family were odd to say the least. This is a small residential neighborhood where everyone knows everyone else. What a shame this young lady paid with her life!
Tara in East Islip

New York, NY

#21 Jan 9, 2008
Correction, for those who misunderstood...Crowley isn't and was never the last name.
Kim

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#23 Jan 9, 2008
Tara in East Islip wrote:
Correction, for those who misunderstood...Crowley isn't and was never the last name.
There were a couple different last names in that house at that time- Crowley and Carafano are the two I remember! I lived right across the street from them on Campbell Ln.
not a surprise

Ocala, FL

#24 Jan 9, 2008
Tara in East Islip wrote:
Correction, for those who misunderstood...Crowley isn't and was never the last name.
How long ago did you live there?
mIke

Fairburn, GA

#25 Jan 9, 2008
umm Crowley and carafano lived there. Get your records straight
Tara in East Islip wrote:
Correction, for those who misunderstood...Crowley isn't and was never the last name.
Henryk Sienkiewicz

Warsaw, Poland

#26 Jan 9, 2008
I buried an alligator in my backyard once.
Zeus

Durham, NC

#27 Jan 9, 2008
Anthony Carafano?? And Kim does your last name start with a G?

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