Police Ask Deer Hunters To Keep Eyes Peeled For Evidence In Case Of Skelton Brothers, Missing Nearly 4 Years
State Police Det./Sgt. Jeremy Brewer says they are still actively investigating the disappearance of Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton.
It’s been nearly three years since the disappearance of three young brothers from the tiny town of Morenci, Michigan — in southern Lenawee County.
Investigators say Robert Jamison lied when he told police he knew the whereabouts of three young boys who disappeared three years ago.
Nine-year-old Andrew, 7-year-old Alexander and 5-year-old Tanner Skelton were last seen at their father’s home in Morenci in 2010.
Police in Morenci say they’re still trying to find three young boys from Lenawee County — who haven’t been seen since Thanksgiving Day 2010.
The Michigan appeals court has declined to hear an appeal of the prison sentence ordered for a Lenawee County man blamed for the disappearance of his three sons.
The question for Morenci Police Chief Larry Weeks is this: Who are Darrel F. and Catherine R. Gottschalk?
As the search for three brothers in a small Michigan town enters its second year … Morenci police are holding what they’re calling a “road canvas” along U-S 127.
Tanya Zuvers greets visitors to her father’s home wearing a black sweatshirt printed with the names of her three missing children, last seen last Thanksgiving.
The search for the three brothers missing since Thanksgiving last year resumes in southern Michigan on the anniversary of their disappearance.