(Herald Journal) MAPLE LAKE, MN — As the seventh year anniversary approaches for the disappearance of missing college student Joshua Guimond Nov. 10, his family is preparing for a “Justice for Josh,” march to keep his memory alive.
Wisconsin and Minnesota, 2002. Four young people, unknown to each other, go missing within an eleven-day period and a two hundred mile radius. The vanishings make national headlines. The stories ask the same question: coincidence or serial killer?
(St. Joseph Newsleaders) Three years later, there is still no sign of Joshua Guimond, the St. John’s University student who vanished from campus shortly after midnight on Nov. 10, 2002.
Joshua Guimond left a party on St. John’s campus late in the evening of November 9, 2002, and disappeared without a trace. A year later, there are still no clues and no news. The only thing that his family and friends know for sure is that Joshua, a 21-year-old St. John’s junior from Maple Lake, […]
Although students were gone for the summer, St. John’s was a busy place last week as a Trident Foundation crew searched three campus lakes for clues to the disappearance of Joshua Guimond. And a TV crew from Los Angeles filmed a segment for the show, “P.I.” on the work Twin Cities private investigator Chuck Loesch […]
MADISON, Wis. — Officials didn’t release any new information about the four college-age adults missing in Minnesota and Wisconsin over the weekend, but their families are saying the cases must be related.