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Crime More human remains found in backyard of missing man, detectives say

22:36  11 march  2018
22:36  11 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Authorities dug up more human remains in the backyard of a home where they found an upper arm bone on Friday, a spokesman with the Lake County, Florida sheriff’s office said Saturday.. Leave a Reply and subscribe Videos can use

Authorities dug up more human remains in the backyard of a home where they found an upper arm bone on Friday, a spokesman with the Lake County, Florida sheriff’s office said Saturday. Detectives also found some articles of clothing, Lt.

Michael Shaver, 36, was reported missing in February. © Lake County Sheriff's Office Michael Shaver, 36, was reported missing in February. Authorities dug up more human remains in the backyard of a home where they found an upper arm bone on Friday, a spokesman with the Lake County, Florida sheriff’s office said Saturday. The parts of human skeleton were found under a lump of concrete on an outdoor fire pit at the residence of Michael Shaver, who has been missing for three years.

Detectives also found some articles of clothing, Lt. John Herrell said. The remains were turned over to the Medical Examiner’s office for identification and to determine the manner and cause of death, Herrell said.

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Authorities dug up more human remains in the backyard of a home where they found an upper arm bone on Friday, a spokesman with the Lake County, Florida sheriff’s office said Saturday. Detectives also found some articles of clothing, Lt.

Authorities dug up more human remains in the backyard of a home where they found an upper arm bone on Friday, a spokesman with the Lake County, Florida sheriff’s office said Saturday. Detectives also found some articles of clothing, Lt.

Officials went to check on Shaver in his home in unincorporated Lake County south of Clermont on Feb. 16.

His wife, 35-year-old Laurie Shaver, said she had not heard from her husband since 2015 and allowed investigators to search the home. They noticed what seemed like a fresh layer of concrete had been dumped near the pit, and asked Laurie Shaver for permission to bring a cadaver dog.

She refused and asked for an attorney, but authorities obtained a warrant and searched the home. Michael Shaver’s older sister, Stacie Shaver, 46, said the family had been trying to find her brother but didn’t want to get authorities involved because “we thought we could find him on our own,” she said.

Michael Shaver worked as a monorail mechanic at Walt Disney World, relatives said. Martin Comas contributed to this report. bpadro@orlandosentinel.com or 407-232-0202 or follow me on Twitter @BiancaJoanie

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