Skeletal remains found in Caldwell County

Apr 17, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Hickory Daily Record

Law enforcement officials confirmed Tuesday afternoon they have found skeletal remains in Caldwell County.

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whatnow

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Seems a pattern is continuing with law enforcement. Authorities searched the landfill and found nothing but the workers did. Now we find out they did a piss poor search of the Hwy 268 area as well. Zahra deserved at least one competent officer to investigate her murder. Anyone know the names of the fbi and sbi officers that were supposed to know how to investigate a murder scene?
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whatnow wrote:
Seems a pattern is continuing with law enforcement. Authorities searched the landfill and found nothing but the workers did. Now we find out they did a piss poor search of the Hwy 268 area as well. Zahra deserved at least one competent officer to investigate her murder. Anyone know the names of the fbi and sbi officers that were supposed to know how to investigate a murder scene?
You are a moron.. Go get your GED
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Apr 18, 2012
 
whatnow wrote:
Seems a pattern is continuing with law enforcement. Authorities searched the landfill and found nothing but the workers did. Now we find out they did a piss poor search of the Hwy 268 area as well. Zahra deserved at least one competent officer to investigate her murder. Anyone know the names of the fbi and sbi officers that were supposed to know how to investigate a murder scene?
Have you ever traveled 268?
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Sheriff Jones said he wouldn't change a thing about the investigation.
Juicy

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Apr 19, 2012
 
Billy wrote:
Sheriff Jones said he wouldn't change a thing about the investigation.
I bet so since Hickory did 99% of it.
barneys gang

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Juicy wrote:
<quoted text> I bet so since Hickory did 99% of it.
lol but the one percent CCSO had to do with it they screwed it up. Don't forget Caldwell DSS and CCSO both had multiple opportunities to save this girls life before they moved to Catawba.
whatnow

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sighgye wrote:
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Have you ever traveled 268?
I live in Patterson if that answers your question. Elisa baker told the authorities where the head was located and once again evidence was overlooked.
Jones did it again

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Oh don't worry the Jones gang will have this post removed as they have so many others, they are not only good at screwing up cases, loosing evidence they are also great at killing bad PR. Coincidentally that's the only PR they have lol. We know their Topix monitors are on here just look how some posts have been judged.
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lol. What ever happened to the sheriff's secretary stealing thousands and thousands of dollars, and since other officers were in on it, they blackmailed her to keep her quiet when they fired her as the scape goat?

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Why wasn't this in the liberal Newsless Topic Mr. Nathan Key? haha
get over it

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Apr 21, 2012
 
Bearcat-64 wrote:
lol. What ever happened to the sheriff's secretary stealing thousands and thousands of dollars, and since other officers were in on it, they blackmailed her to keep her quiet when they fired her as the scape goat?
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Why wasn't this in the liberal Newsless Topic Mr. Nathan Key? haha
They covered it up like they do every other crime that is committed at that office. Now they are trying desperately to shift focus to the commissioners and get their own people in there so they can do as they please without question. Now that you brought this subject up this thread will surely disappear like all the others. The Sheriff and several out there should be facing charges.
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Apr 21, 2012
 
I know it was a partially different administration but what about the Jerry Anderson fubar?? That was truly a sad situation where he got by with murder!!
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Apr 22, 2012
 
FUBAR is 100% correct. Someone got by with murder but there is no evidence (other than what CCSD got caught fabricating) which indicates it was Anderson.
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I know it was a partially different administration but what about the Jerry Anderson fubar?? That was truly a sad situation where he got by with murder!!
carolina watchdog

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Apr 22, 2012
 
Still can't figure out that case - she was missing for quite a while (6-7 Days?) but coroner testified she had been dead only 3 days, which means she was somewhere, alive for the days prior to her death.

No mention in the trial of her showing any type of restraints, rope, cuffs etc.

Beside that she was in King's storage (locked in a toolbox on the truck) for 2 days after the CCSD had the P/U transported from S.C. to King's.

Why did they not open the toolbox in S.C. or at least when they go back to CC. 2-Days is a long time...things happen!
carolina watchdog

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Apr 22, 2012
 
The Anderson Case would make a great "fiction" book.
I would change him

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Apr 22, 2012
 
Remember Jones "wouldn't change a thing" lol.
TSF

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Apr 23, 2012
 
In this case, the truth is more sensational than any fiction could possibly be. Beer drinking search dogs, moonshine drinking dog handlers, reenactment videos present in court as real evidence, not searching a missing persons vehicle, transporting vehicles across state lines, not following leads, not doing a rape kit on a dead woman who has been missing , grand jury indictments with little or no evidence, not obtaining videos, on and on and on. One could not make this stuff up.
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The Anderson Case would make a great "fiction" book.
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Apr 23, 2012
 
I wish all you people who want to critisize would get up off your tail feathers and do the jobs these men and women do. It is mighty easy to sit in the comfort of your home and analyze situations that you have no first hand knowledge of. How many of you get up in the middle of the night to go to a crime scene investigation? How many of you put your lives on the line to answer a domestic violence call or burglary call? Until you do so, you do not have the right to down these people. They do the best they can do dealing with circumstances. Walk two feet in their shoes and I know you will have a different outlook about them.

CCSO, you have one person here who appreciates you all. Thank you for the job you do. It is not one that I could handle that is for sure.
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Swear me in, give me the badge. When I find a missing persons car, I will search it, even though I havent read the BLET Manual which points out that most elementary thought. With no LE training, I already know that I should not present false or slanted evidence in court. My dog doesn't drink beer, I don't like moonshine, do not attend drunken deputy parties, will not shoot my grandmother, have no desire to have sex with prisoners, will not assault other motorist with my car aver parking places, will not beat the hell out of parents at basketball games in front of their children, will not shoot mace into the eyes of handcuffed prisoners lying on the ground, will not forge fake deeds to the property of others, will not steal money from my own family or anyone else, will not have sex in my patrol car, etc. See, even without LE training I know all this.
ugor wrote:
I wish all you people who want to critisize would get up off your tail feathers and do the jobs these men and women do. It is mighty easy to sit in the comfort of your home and analyze situations that you have no first hand knowledge of. How many of you get up in the middle of the night to go to a crime scene investigation? How many of you put your lives on the line to answer a domestic violence call or burglary call? Until you do so, you do not have the right to down these people. They do the best they can do dealing with circumstances. Walk two feet in their shoes and I know you will have a different outlook about them.
CCSO, you have one person here who appreciates you all. Thank you for the job you do. It is not one that I could handle that is for sure.
ProLaw

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Apr 23, 2012
 
ugor wrote:
I wish all you people who want to critisize would get up off your tail feathers and do the jobs these men and women do. It is mighty easy to sit in the comfort of your home and analyze situations that you have no first hand knowledge of. How many of you get up in the middle of the night to go to a crime scene investigation? How many of you put your lives on the line to answer a domestic violence call or burglary call? Until you do so, you do not have the right to down these people. They do the best they can do dealing with circumstances. Walk two feet in their shoes and I know you will have a different outlook about them.
CCSO, you have one person here who appreciates you all. Thank you for the job you do. It is not one that I could handle that is for sure.
I agree that law enforcement does a tough job for very little money and they are at risk while doing it; however, it is not an excuse for shoddy work and negligence. Please don't insult the hard working law enforcement officers that do the job right by making the excuse that the reason for poor work and decision making is because its a tough job.
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ugor wrote:
I wish all you people who want to critisize would get up off your tail feathers and do the jobs these men and women do. It is mighty easy to sit in the comfort of your home and analyze situations that you have no first hand knowledge of. How many of you get up in the middle of the night to go to a crime scene investigation? How many of you put your lives on the line to answer a domestic violence call or burglary call? Until you do so, you do not have the right to down these people. They do the best they can do dealing with circumstances. Walk two feet in their shoes and I know you will have a different outlook about them.
CCSO, you have one person here who appreciates you all. Thank you for the job you do. It is not one that I could handle that is for sure.
I did the job for a very long time. I know first hand what it is like to be endangered in many different scenarios. Of course, it is true even for officers who don't deserve to wear the uniform. It seems to me, along with everything else that surrounds our daily lives, things change. Today's officers are not as concerned with serving and protecting the public. It has become a platform for other personal interests in a lot of cases and sometimes even based on the buddy system. Now, you can't judge all law enforcement by the actions of a few. The cases mentioned just happen to be some where the lack of experience and training in these areas became the issue other than the crime. In the Jerry Anderson case, there were detectives supposedly working the case who had no exposure to investigations much less in a capitol offense. They made mistakes and allowed a guilty man, in my
opinion, to go free. There was a lot of circumstantial evidence and testimony that should have been sufficient. Anderson was caught red handed in numerous lies. As well as in the Zahra Baker case. NO WAY dad did not know. I have met the step monster and the dad. Believe me they were in on it together. Who dropped the ball in this case. Can't say it would have made any difference concerning what Caldwell Co. Officers did or did not do. Hickory dropped the ball on this case. However, you can't get lazy, you can't be wanting to go to the cookout or to the river, or the race, or to your daughter's dance recital. The job and doing it correctly has to be your top priority or you are in the wrong position. Officers, no matter what department or position you hold, please remember you are all that stands between the criminals and the innocent citizens. Don't take that responsibility lightly!!

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