Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Police Say Skeletal Hand Not Human
Remains Washed Up On Diamond Head Beach

POSTED: 11:29 am HST December 28, 2009
UPDATED: 11:42 am HST December 28, 2009
Police Say Skeletal Hand Not Human] Police Say Skeletal Hand Not Human]
HONOLULU -- Honolulu police now say the skeletal remains of what appeared to be a human hand are that of an animal.

Police homicide investigators thought they might have a mysterious case, after a patrol officer found what seemed to be the skeletal remains of a human hand washed up on the beach at Diamond Head.

The officer made the discovery early Saturday morning. The case was referred to homicide.

A detective from the missing persons detail told KITV on Monday that the Honolulu Police Department has determined the bones were from an animal, not a human hand.

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Sunday, December 27, 2009

Police investigating hand bones that washed ashore.

By Star-Bulletin Staff

POSTED: 04:53 p.m. HST, Dec 26, 2009
A Honolulu police officer found an unusual discovery yesterday during a routine check at Diamond Head lookout: skeletal remains of a human hand.

At about 12:15 a.m., the officer was at the lookout and noticed what appeared to be skeletal remains of a human hand wash up on shore, police said.

The investigation is ongoing.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Di, Mary, Robin, Toni, Suzette...No this is not Kim. She sadly has not been found. This is her sister Stephanie. I made this Blog for her and for friends who might want updates or to reach her family with any news they might want to share publicly or privately. We all miss Kim deeply and hope to find the truth. Thank you for your thoughts.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

I Can't believe that Stan "The man" Jacobs managed finally last week to give my mother one thing in remembrance of her daughter Kimberly; a dime store calender of Hawaii.