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Crime Deer hunters in Missouri find missing Oklahoma man’s remains

17:55  20 november  2019
17:55  20 november  2019 Source:   koco.com

Michigan Man Shot By Brother While Deer Hunting Near Grand Rapids

  Michigan Man Shot By Brother While Deer Hunting Near Grand Rapids BOSTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WWJ) -- An investigation is underway after a man was airlifted to a Grand Rapids hospital Saturday evening after being shot by his brother while deer hunting. Authorities say two West Michigan men, ages 28 and 29, were hunting in a field southeast of Grand Rapids in Ionia County's Boston Township when one of the men shot a deer around 5:30 p.m. According to a report from WOOD TV in Grand Rapids, the brothers went searching for a deer in dense corn and became separated.

CASSVILLE, Mo . (AP) — Authorities say deer hunters in Missouri have found the skeletal remains of an Oklahoma man who has been missing for nearly a year. The Barry County Sheriff’ s Office says the remains of Ritchie Vaughn Ellis, of Wyandotte, Oklahoma , were discovered Sunday southwest of

CASSVILLE, Mo . — Authorities say deer hunters in Missouri have found the skeletal remains of an Oklahoma man who has been missing for nearly a year. Ellis was 27 when he was last seen alive on Jan. 21, 2019. He was reported missing five days later after his car was found on a highway near

Authorities say deer hunters in Missouri have found the skeletal remains of an Oklahoma man who has been missing for nearly a year.

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The Barry County Sheriff’s Office says the remains of Ritchie Vaughn Ellis, of Wyandotte, Oklahoma, were discovered Sunday southwest of Roaring River State Park in the Mark Twain National Forest in southwest Missouri. Ellis was 27 when he was last seen alive on Jan. 21, 2019. He was reported missing five days later after his car was found on a highway near the state park.

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Authorities conducted several searches of the area without finding anything. The sheriff’s office says there are no signs of foul play.

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