An unsolved mystery continues to haunt a Wisconsin family. Minneapolis police are convinced Chris Jenkins’ drowning death was an accident or suicide, but his family refuses to buy it. They cling to the fact that the medical examiner listed the cause of death “undetermined.”
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 […]
(Source: MPR) In the two weeks after Halloween, three college men disappeared from Minneapolis, Collegeville, and Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Around the same time, a 21-year-old woman in Brainerd failed to show up for work, and has not been seen since. Despite constant media exposure and massive search efforts, all four are still missing, and authorities […]
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.
STATE COLLEGE — Authorities are checking to see whether there is a connection between the disappearance last year of a Penn State student and four college-age adults who have gone missing recently in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
(Source: New York Times) ST. CLOUD, Minn., Nov. 16 — Joshua Guimond, 20, an honor student at St. John’s University, stepped away from a card game in a campus apartment shortly after midnight last Saturday, walked down the hall, and vanished.
(CBS) Over the past two weeks, four Minnesotans in their early 20s were reported missing in separate cases in Minnesota and Wisconsin.