A dig for human remains in a Linden area well failed, the FBI said on Thursday, and there are no plans for future searches.
After 25 days into its excavation efforts of a filled-in well, the FBI team in Linden has not discovered any human remains thus far.
After nearly two weeks of site preparation, an FBI team is ready to begin sifting through soil from a Linden well in the search for human remains, the agency said Wednesday.
For months CBS13 has requested documents from San Joaquin County authorities in the “Speed Freak Killers” case, trying to figure out how one of the victims remains were mixed with another victim’s.
Investigators appear to have resumed their search for remains of the victims of the Speed Freak Killers’ in the town of Linden.
Faced with mounting criticism over its handling of the “Speed Freak Killers” case, the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference Friday afternoon in which the sheriff stood by how the dig for victims’ remains was handled.
FBI agents were back in the town of Linden on Tuesday doing what they called a “site survey” in the investigation Wesley Shermantine and Loren Herzog, known as the “Speed Freak Killers.”
Serial killer Wesley Shermantine is just days away from getting his first check from bounty hunter Leonard Padilla.
Responding to criticism on the search for human remains in a well near Linden last week, investigators say they’ve followed procedure, but experts say there are alternative methods that can preserve the remains and the crime scene.
Cews reached the bottom of a rural well Wednesday where a convicted killer said he and a friend dumped several bodies during a killing spree
Authorities have suspended a search for more bones and other evidence in a well at a rural Northern California ranch due to wet weather.
The early fall rain that started dropping in the Sacramento region on Monday has some valley farmers scrambling.