NEWS ALERT missing mom and daughter -- via Mauldin Police -- Amy Elizabeth Waldrep (20 yrs. Old) and her daughter Penelope Ann Miller (10 mo. old) have been missing from their Mauldin home since 11:00 a.m. this morning. Amy Waldrep suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome and the Police are unsure of her mental state or well-being. Ms. Waldrep is approx. 5’ 3”, 110 lbs. with short brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen leaving the residence with a short white male.
If anyone has any information or knows the location of Ms. Waldrep and her child, please contact Det. Sgt. Jason Peterson of the Mauldin Police Department at (864) 289-8900.
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6 children, 2 adults shot and killed in #Bell Florida, according to @GainesvilleSun http://www.whosay.com/l/hjx9g4k
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NEW details in the coroner's report on the murdered Lexington Co children - they were killed at their home.
"Preliminary results of autopsies that were performed on Thursday, September 11 show that human remains transported to Lexington County from Alabama were the remains of five children who were killed by their father at their home near Lexington.
Lexington County Coroner Earl Wells said a forensic pathologist who performed autopsies on five sets of human remains positively identified Abigail Elizabeth Jones, 1; Gabriel Jones, 2; Nahtahn Jones, 6; Elias Jones, 7; and Merah Gracie Jones, 8, as the deceased persons.
Wells determined that each child’s death was a homicide. The cause of death for each of the five children remains under investigation by the Coroner’s Office, Lexington County Sheriff’s Department, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and Federal Bureau of Investigation."
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