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Crime A couple was found buried on a Texas beach. Police caught someone else driving their car.

18:00  07 november  2019
18:00  07 november  2019 Source:   washingtonpost.com

Missing NH Couple Confirmed Dead In Texas, Police Look For Killer

  Missing NH Couple Confirmed Dead In Texas, Police Look For Killer The two dead bodies found on a beach in Corpus Christi have been identified as the bodies of a New Hampshire couple reported missing last month, according to a county sheriff's office in Texas.James Butler, 48, and his wife, 46-year-old Michelle, are believed to be dead as of Friday evening. According to police, they were reported missing on Oct. 23 after friends and family lost contact with them.

Police caught someone else driving their car . Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jaime Garza listens as Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick speaks A man was arrested in Mexico and charged with stealing the truck and RV of a New Hampshire couple whose bodies were found buried on a Texas

Police are hoping that newly discovered surveillance video will be the key to solving the mysterious case of the New Hampshire husband and wife who were found buried on a Texas beach . U.S. Navy veteran James Butler, 48, and his wife Michelle, 46, were found buried in a shallow grave on a

A man was arrested in Mexico and charged with stealing the truck and RV of a New Hampshire couple whose bodies were found buried on a Texas beach late last month, authorities said.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jaime Garza listens as Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick speaks during a news conference in Corpus Christi, Tex., Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019. (Courtney Sacco/Corpus Christi Caller-Times/AP)© Courtney Sacco/AP Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jaime Garza listens as Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick speaks during a news conference in Corpus Christi, Tex., Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019. (Courtney Sacco/Corpus Christi Caller-Times/AP)

Adam Curtis Williams, 33, was taken into custody late Wednesday on charges of felony theft and assaulting a peace officer, records show. Kleberg County Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick announced Tuesday that the Logan, Utah, man was wanted in connection with the deaths of James and Michelle Butler, who vanished in mid-October while traveling through Texas in their RV.

Police identify person of interest in mysterious death of couple buried on beach

  Police identify person of interest in mysterious death of couple buried on beach James Butler, 48, and his wife, 46-year-old Michelle Butler, were found buried in a shallow grave on a remote part of Padre Island.James Butler, 48, and his wife, 46-year-old Michelle Butler, were found buried in a shallow grave on a remote part of Padre Island along the southern coast of Texas on Oct. 27 and 28, nearly three weeks after they disappeared, police said.

Police are hoping that newly discovered surveillance video will be the key to solving the mysterious case of the New Hampshire husband and wife who were found buried on a Texas beach . U.S. Navy veteran James Butler, 48, and his wife Michelle, 46, were found buried in a shallow grave on a

Their remains were found Sunday on a Padre Island beach in Corpus Christi by a Kleburg County Deputy. Chief Deputy Jaime Garza told CNN they were The couple on October 15 set up their trailer near the spot on the beach where they were found . Someone communicated with them the next day

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The sheriff said Williams and a companion who is considered a person of interest, Amanda Noverr, were thought to have “absconded to Mexico,” where authorities were assisting in the effort to find them. The pair may have had contact with the Butlers, Kirkpatrick said in a news conference Tuesday.

“It’s possible that they may have had contact, and one of the reasons why we want to talk to them,” he said.

a person flying through the air on a beach: A makeshift memorial for James and Michelle Butler stands at mile marker 263 on Padre Island Beach, Tex., Nov. 4, 2019. (Courtney Sacco/Corpus Christi Caller-Times/AP)© Courtney Sacco/AP A makeshift memorial for James and Michelle Butler stands at mile marker 263 on Padre Island Beach, Tex., Nov. 4, 2019. (Courtney Sacco/Corpus Christi Caller-Times/AP)

The deaths of the Butlers, whose bodies were discovered Oct. 27 on Padre Island, remain under investigation. Friends and family said the couple, who put their Rumney, N.H., house on the market to become long-term “RVers,” had not been heard from since Oct. 16. That was a day after they parked their camper on the beach on Padre Island.

New Hampshire Couple’s Adventure Ends in Mysterious Death in Texas

  New Hampshire Couple’s Adventure Ends in Mysterious Death in Texas Seeking adventure, James Butler, 48, and Michelle Butler, 45, rented out their house in New Hampshire in the summer of 2018, bought an R.V. and set out to live anywhere but home. Their travels took them to New York, Arizona and, in October, to a campground on the South Texas coast. But then the Butlers disappeared. On Friday, the authorities said they had found their bodies buried in a shallow grave on the beach southeast of Corpus Christi. Their truck and R.V. were missing. The deaths were ruled homicides, and investigators are searching for those responsible for the killings.

Two persons of interest were caught on camera in connection with the mysterious murder of a New Hampshire couple found buried on a Texas beach last month. Their RV and truck were seen on surveillance video crossing the border into Mexico between Oct.

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Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office officials said they are investigating scores of leads in the case. District Attorney John Hubert said Tuesday that they are still unraveling Williams’s role in what happened.

“We’re getting so many leads and so many different avenues that we have to track down and go through that we haven’t actually completed with all the evidence that we have on hand at this time,” he said. “So I hesitate to say that this is all — that this is what we’re charging him.”

Williams is being held on $1 million bond, according to sheriff's office records.

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