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An autopsy was scheduled in hopes of determining the identity of a woman whose body was found inside a car that was found in a northwest side lake on Friday afternoon. Full Story
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betmoney

Columbus, OH

#1 Aug 14, 2010
gross, how can they identify a body if its been missing 7 years? in water?
Duh

Troy, OH

#3 Aug 14, 2010
2003... is that a typo?
Duh

Troy, OH

#4 Aug 14, 2010
betmoney wrote:
gross, how can they identify a body if its been missing 7 years? in water?
Watch TruTV, Forensic Files... They can even find DNA in the bones.
behindthelense

Bellefontaine, OH

#5 Aug 14, 2010
Is this the same one that Ch. 10 reported on last night? According to the reports that were broadcast, CPD informed Ch 10 that there was NO body in the car.

Makes you wonder how they missed it.....or if they spoke too soon

Someone should make darn good sure that the information they are disseminating is accurate
Kelly

Powell, OH

#6 Aug 14, 2010
I know it was said that a 911 call reported a car in the water, but I'd like to know more information on how someone saw it. I mean, if a helicopter was brought in to show authorities where it was, then how did a person find it from the shore?
Johnny

United States

#7 Aug 14, 2010
Kelly wrote:
I know it was said that a 911 call reported a car in the water, but I'd like to know more information on how someone saw it. I mean, if a helicopter was brought in to show authorities where it was, then how did a person find it from the shore?
The police helicopter spotted it from the air. And after 6 1/2 years in the water, not much body left, probably more like a pile of bones. But dental records, DNA and personal belongings can confirm identity.
what do I know

Columbus, OH

#8 Aug 14, 2010
I was wondering how they found it too. Would a car covered in algae still reflect the sun?
cbus

Hilliard, OH

#9 Aug 14, 2010
Col Hannibal Smith

Columbus, OH

#10 Aug 14, 2010
betmoney wrote:
gross, how can they identify a body if its been missing 7 years? in water?
UUhhh....dental records for starters.They do have their ways of being rather helpful.
interest

Columbus, OH

#11 Aug 14, 2010
Duh wrote:
<quoted text>
Watch TruTV, Forensic Files... They can even find DNA in the bones.
i meant, how can the family identfy the corpse? wouldn it be a jelled mass by now, half eaten by pond creatures?
interest

Columbus, OH

#12 Aug 14, 2010
wbns should have got the plate number and released who it was registered to, lousey reporting on thier part
duh

Sunbury, OH

#13 Aug 14, 2010
interest wrote:
<quoted text>i meant, how can the family identfy the corpse? wouldn it be a jelled mass by now, half eaten by pond creatures?
Gee, thanks for being so graphic. They wouldn't have the FAMILY members come and identify a body found in that condition. The authorities will identify the body--DNA, dental records, etc.
interest

Columbus, OH

#14 Aug 14, 2010
Police said that they were questioning possible family members in hopes of making a positive identification, ( thats what threw me off)

Since: Aug 10

Columbus, OH

#15 Aug 14, 2010
They don't know for certain who it is right now, but from the tag number on the vehicle, I would think this is a dead give-a-way, no pun intended.
Johnny

United States

#16 Aug 14, 2010
cbus wrote:
I thinks you are correct. I was watching the news last night, looked like a 90's white ford taurus to me.
Sherry

Reynoldsburg, OH

#17 Aug 14, 2010
So glad that she has been found. Her family.. esp her children can now have some closure. They no longer have to look or wonder. It is not the ending that they hoped for.. but it is an end. May God be with them as they go through this.

“LOVE THY NEIGHBOR”

Since: Aug 10

OH/NC

#18 Aug 14, 2010
Well if it is her or someone else im happy they are found so she can finally be put to rest.
Retired Deputy

Chillicothe, OH

#19 Aug 14, 2010
I bet there are many more such "finds" in bodies of local waters. Including
Luzio who's car has not been found either. If car and person have been missing long term the water is the grave
joediana

Powell, OH

#20 Aug 14, 2010
Dispatch reporting it is 47 year old Crystal D. Wilson missing since 2003
kels

Columbus, OH

#21 Aug 14, 2010
Yeah my family is not too happy abt what happy , but its good they found her , & its not the ending we wanted .

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