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June 17, 1987 | By John Jennings, Inquirer Staff Writer
A man who may have been struck Sunday by a hit-and-run driver in Cherry Hill was found yesterday in a dazed condition as he rested in thick underbrush near one of the township's two remaining farms. George A. Mowry, 39, of the first block of Lakeview Drive, Cherry Hill, was listed in stable condition at the West Jersey Health System, Voorhees, where his condition was being evaluated. Cherry Hill police said Mowry was found about 75 yards from the 1600 block of Springdale Road after a neighbor, Renee Szramski, called police shortly before 1 p.m. and told them she had heard someone calling for help.
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August 10, 2011 | By Kathleen Brady Shea, Inquirer Staff Writer
Two suspects were being questioned in Indiana in the killing of an Aston man, 32, whose body was found Sunday down a roadside embankment in a Chester County ravine, Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday. A 20-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman were apprehended in Indianapolis with the truck that belonged to the victim, Andre J. Dupuis, who was remembered by coworkers Tuesday as "everybody's friend," someone who enjoyed helping others. A handgun, believed to be the murder weapon, was also recovered, police said.
NEWS
February 1, 2007 | By Sam Wood INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The remains of a Trenton man may have been found in a deep ravine on the tiny Caribbean island where he was last seen. Joel D. Gove, 47, disappeared Dec. 28 while hiking alone across the Dutch-owned isle of Saba, about 175 miles east of Puerto Rico. Gove's former wife, Amy Gonzalez, is leading the effort to recover his body. Seven dogs, all trained to find human remains, arrived Jan. 21 on the five-square-mile island, Gonzalez said yesterday. The dogs were accompanied by six handlers, a veterinarian, two detectives and a ground positioning specialist.
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February 3, 1993 | By Maureen Graham, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In less complicated days, they cheered the same teams at Vineland High School, learned from the same teachers, walked the same halls. But Paul Letizia, the son of a Vineland vegetable farmer, and Samuel C. Williams, the high school lineman, neither chatted in the gym nor shared a soda in the school cafeteria during those days in the early 1980s. They would not meet until two occasions in 1989, when Letizia was a police officer and Williams was running from the police. In the second confrontation, Williams - convicted on a drug charge and wanted on a probation violation - met up with Letizia, an eight-year police veteran, in a muddy ravine.
NEWS
February 6, 2011 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, Inquirer Staff Writer
Since a snowy early morning Jan. 26, it had been a mystery to the family of a Chester Township nurse precisely what happened after she left work at a geriatric home and disappeared. And, while relatives were deeply grief-stricken Saturday after Ronda Garnett's body was found in her car at the bottom of a snowy ravine off Route 352 in Brookhaven, they said they were grateful they finally knew what had happened to their loved one. "We knew something happened to her. We just didn't know what, and that not knowing was really terrible for us," said her mother, Linda, who had led an aggressive campaign to find her daughter.
NEWS
March 23, 1993 | Daily News wire services
WARRINGTON BOMB VICTIM CLINGS TO LIFE In England, a 12-year-old boy injured by an IRA bomb clung to life yesterday, and the government promised to review security in a town hit twice by terrorists within a month. Shoppers who returned to the shattered town center built up a mound of flowers where one of the bombs killed 3-year-old Jonathan Ball. The two explosions in this city 200 miles northwest of London also injured 56 people. "Our mood has swung from deep depression to something approaching optimism today," Colin Parry said yesterday after his injured son, Tim, underwent a brain scan at a hospital in Liverpool.
NEWS
October 26, 2013 | By Aubrey Whelan and Mike Newall, Inquirer Staff Writers
PHILADELPHIA Police searched a North Philadelphia ravine Thursday afternoon for the body of a man who has been missing for more than a year - and whose case may be connected to a veteran homicide detective under investigation for allegedly covering up evidence in three killings. Investigators were trying to establish a connection between Detective Ron Dove and the case of Reynaldo Torres, who was 41 when he disappeared May 8, 2012, along with a family friend, Melanie Colon, 22. Colon was found shot to death behind an apartment building in Juniata Park on May 12, 2012.
NEWS
October 21, 1992 | By Walter F. Naedele, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It was a damp summer. Oh yeah? Tell that to folks whose ponds have been drying up. "The rainfall we've had has been good for some crops," Lisa Ishimuro said the other day, "but not for groundwater recharge. " Ishimuro is an environmental planner for Bucks County government. The rains of summer penetrated to the roots of plants, she explained, but not to the water table, from which woodland springs feed streams and ponds. So in Bucks County, folks have been calling Ishimuro, wondering why their ponds have been shrinking.
NEWS
November 17, 2013 | By Mike Newall and Aubrey Whelan, Inquirer Staff Writers
NORTH PHILADELPHIA Crime-scene investigators recovered human remains in a North Philadelphia ravine Friday as part of an investigation into suspended Homicide Detective Ron Dove, who is suspected of lying about three killings and a man's disappearance, according to law enforcement sources. Police have been digging in the area since last month, after they found information on the veteran detective's iPad concerning Reynaldo Torres, a North Philadelphia man who has been missing for a year and a half.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 4, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
THE DONALD does not want to be the governor. Donald Trump, mega-developer and star of NBC's "The Apprentice," said he has no interest in running for governor of New York this year. "I'm not going to run for governor because I'm having too much fun doing what I'm doing now," Trump told the New York Post. We think he might be holding out for King of the World. Mom on board How does an 18-year-old "American Idol" star stay fresh and pretty while traveling to seven countries in seven days to entertain the troops?
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September 18, 2014 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there When American University of Antigua held its 2010 orientation for new veterinary students, Stephanie had been on the island for a week, and had already bonded with everyone in her dorm building. But here were the other, yet-to-be-met classmates, who lived in the other dorm. Seemed like a good time to say hello! "She was the first one from the other group to introduce herself to us," John remembers. "She has this liveliness. This personality. And an unusual voice - it drew me to her right away.
NEWS
November 17, 2013 | By Mike Newall and Aubrey Whelan, Inquirer Staff Writers
NORTH PHILADELPHIA Crime-scene investigators recovered human remains in a North Philadelphia ravine Friday as part of an investigation into suspended Homicide Detective Ron Dove, who is suspected of lying about three killings and a man's disappearance, according to law enforcement sources. Police have been digging in the area since last month, after they found information on the veteran detective's iPad concerning Reynaldo Torres, a North Philadelphia man who has been missing for a year and a half.
NEWS
October 26, 2013 | By Aubrey Whelan and Mike Newall, Inquirer Staff Writers
PHILADELPHIA Police searched a North Philadelphia ravine Thursday afternoon for the body of a man who has been missing for more than a year - and whose case may be connected to a veteran homicide detective under investigation for allegedly covering up evidence in three killings. Investigators were trying to establish a connection between Detective Ron Dove and the case of Reynaldo Torres, who was 41 when he disappeared May 8, 2012, along with a family friend, Melanie Colon, 22. Colon was found shot to death behind an apartment building in Juniata Park on May 12, 2012.
NEWS
August 10, 2011 | By Kathleen Brady Shea, Inquirer Staff Writer
Two suspects were being questioned in Indiana in the killing of an Aston man, 32, whose body was found Sunday down a roadside embankment in a Chester County ravine, Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday. A 20-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman were apprehended in Indianapolis with the truck that belonged to the victim, Andre J. Dupuis, who was remembered by coworkers Tuesday as "everybody's friend," someone who enjoyed helping others. A handgun, believed to be the murder weapon, was also recovered, police said.
NEWS
August 8, 2011 | By Kathleen Brady Shea, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Authorities said a motorcyclist on a rural Chester County road yesterday afternoon made a grim discovery: a man's body about 15 feet down a steep ravine. Trooper Corey Monthei, a spokesman for the Avondale barracks of the state police, identified the victim as Andre J. Dupuis, 32, of Aston. Monthei said Dupuis had ties to Chester County. He declined to elaborate. An autopsy on Dupuis, who appeared to have been shot, will be conducted this evening, said Chester County District Attorney Joseph W. Carroll.
NEWS
February 6, 2011 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, Inquirer Staff Writer
Since a snowy early morning Jan. 26, it had been a mystery to the family of a Chester Township nurse precisely what happened after she left work at a geriatric home and disappeared. And, while relatives were deeply grief-stricken Saturday after Ronda Garnett's body was found in her car at the bottom of a snowy ravine off Route 352 in Brookhaven, they said they were grateful they finally knew what had happened to their loved one. "We knew something happened to her. We just didn't know what, and that not knowing was really terrible for us," said her mother, Linda, who had led an aggressive campaign to find her daughter.
NEWS
November 22, 2009 | By Barbara Boyer and Jacqueline L. Urgo INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Denise Hill can't shake her memory of River Man. The acknowledged prostitute, who lives and works in this seaside gambling resort, was entertaining a client - a shoe fetishist - in November 2006 when the man blurted out a confession. He had killed people, he told Hill as the two partied on crack. He had killed women. Hill's john called himself "River Man," an apparent reference to a similarly named Seattle-area killer who strangled dozens of women - mostly prostitutes - in the 1980s and '90s and is now serving a life sentence.
NEWS
February 1, 2007 | By Sam Wood INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The remains of a Trenton man may have been found in a deep ravine on the tiny Caribbean island where he was last seen. Joel D. Gove, 47, disappeared Dec. 28 while hiking alone across the Dutch-owned isle of Saba, about 175 miles east of Puerto Rico. Gove's former wife, Amy Gonzalez, is leading the effort to recover his body. Seven dogs, all trained to find human remains, arrived Jan. 21 on the five-square-mile island, Gonzalez said yesterday. The dogs were accompanied by six handlers, a veterinarian, two detectives and a ground positioning specialist.
NEWS
November 30, 2006 | By Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Consider this: If another hundred people just got off the bus and all of them were as shlubby as Bobby - the world-befuddled, commitment-averse piece of faded '70s wallpaper who is the antihero of Stephen Sondheim's Company - wouldn't you want to herd them back on and push the bus into a ravine? I would. But I don't have to. The ravine between the Company that captured people when it opened in 1970 and the Company that opened in its third Broadway revival last night is more like a canyon carved by 36 years' time.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 4, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
THE DONALD does not want to be the governor. Donald Trump, mega-developer and star of NBC's "The Apprentice," said he has no interest in running for governor of New York this year. "I'm not going to run for governor because I'm having too much fun doing what I'm doing now," Trump told the New York Post. We think he might be holding out for King of the World. Mom on board How does an 18-year-old "American Idol" star stay fresh and pretty while traveling to seven countries in seven days to entertain the troops?
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