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Disappointing Search

Several agencies search for missing N. Warren man, but turn up nothing

April 1, 2013

About 75 trained rescuers from 14 agencies in northwestern Pennsylvania did their best to find a missing North Warren man on Saturday....

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NotsoNice

Apr-02-13 6:28 PM

guessagain, I totally agree with you. Also, read the very first sentence for this article, it says a lot. 75 trained rescuers from 14 agencies. If there was some "cover up" going on, would they really call in 75 DIFFERENT people from 14 DIFFERENT agencies....kinda hard to cover up something when there are so many DIFFERENT people searching from so many DIFFERENT agencies. When people start making accusations about an already sensitive subject, it makes things harder, especially for the family. I'm going to echo the words of "garypayton",

I think that is inappropriate speculation. Supposing foul play is insensitive to worried and praying friends and family. Let the authorities do their job. I hold hope until something is discovered.

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guessagain

Apr-02-13 1:42 PM

I really cannot understand in any one believing that there is a cover up going on. The reason for no information could be because there is no inforation.

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WarrenGal

Apr-02-13 12:29 PM

For anyone going out on any of these searches please also remember Damien Sharp.

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NotsoNice

Apr-02-13 8:30 AM

I respect the comments from Writer and Jimmy but let me explain why the authorities CANT organize a public search...LIABILITY. If they organize a public search and someone gets hurt, that falls on the agency that organizes it. These agencies that are assisting now are covered under their own insurance and assume all liabilities that they may endure. Now, someone has commented, prior to this article, about the missing people in Erie and the search parties up there. ALL those search parties were community based and organized by community organizations and were not organized by the authorities. If you want to set up a search party....do it!!! Stop trying to through out there that there may be a cover up and what not; it's absolutely ridiculous. I guess until some people on here realize the tremendous liability that local authorities face, EVERYDAY, there will always be that "COVER UP".

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Jimmy1

Apr-01-13 10:08 PM

Gotta agree with writer. The more eyes the better! I'd just like to know what they are hideing that they don't want help! Something just doesn't smell right to me. There is more than meets the eye here. Just my opinion and I think a lot agree with me. Common sense says the more eyes looking the better the chance of being found.

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writer10

Apr-01-13 6:58 PM

Imagine how much more area could be covered if search teams were put together. You don't have to be a trained searcher to walk around and look. To all those that say just let the authorities do it and so on, point me to another missing person's case where search parties were not pieced together. I have never heard of such a thing, political arrogance will not get the job done.

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MTOMTO

Apr-01-13 4:46 PM

I know one thing, I'll pray.

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BrookP

Apr-01-13 4:25 PM

Truly a mystery. There is much speculation going around town, but until a fact is officially released, we don't know anything.

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garypayton

Apr-01-13 12:46 PM

I think that is inappropriate speculation. Supposing foul play is insensitive to worried and praying friends and family. Let the authorities do their job. I hold hope until something is discovered.

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