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The human remains were found during a search of two Wisconsin brothers, who were last seen last week in Missouri, authorities said Wednesday.
Nicholas, Diemel, 35, and his 24-year-old brother Justin were visiting the farms of Missouri ‘ s of Clinton and Caldwell counties to have their livestock business.
The human remains were found Tuesday on a farm near Braymer, about 70 km to the north-east of the City of Kansas city, where the Diemel’s brothers were last known to be at the Clinton County Sheriff, Larry Fish, he said.
FILE: Authorities have charged Garland “He is,” Nelson, 25, of Braymer, and with tampering with a motor vehicle.
(Caldwell County Detention Center via AP)
The police said that the farm is managed by Garland “Joey” Nelson, who has been accused of tampering with a vehicle, which authorities say was rented by the brothers.
The Fish said, forensic pathologists determined the remains were found on Tuesday, the man-made ones. He did not comment on the condition of the remains when they were found. Authorities say the human remains have not been identified and no cause of death has been determined.
Nick Diemel’s wife, Lisa, alerted the authorities after the brothers missed their scheduled July 21, a flight from Kansas City, Fox 4 reported.
Nick Diemel, right, left, and Justin Diemel, were reported missing earlier this month.
The researchers found that the brothers are renting a truck, on the 22nd of July at the Holt, approximately 35 km south-west of Braymer. The police said that Nelson is known to be driving the brothers’ truck from Braymer property rights of the property having an affair, and leave it there.
Charging documents say Nelson left the truck in a commuter parking lot, in the neighborhood of having an affair, after a visit to the farm, in the vicinity of Braymer. The GPS data showed that the truck will arrive at the Braymer away, and then leave two hours later.
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Nelson is being held without bond in the Caldwell County Detention Center. Online court records do not name an attorney for him.
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In 2016, Nelson was convicted and sentenced to two years in prison for selling more than 600 head of cattle, which did not belong to him. The federal prosecutor’s office said at the time that Nelson has pleaded guilty in cattle fraud that caused more than $262,000 in losses. He was released from prison in March of 2018.
He also pleaded guilty in August 2015 and to two misdemeanor counts of passing bad checks.
Fox News, by Robert Gearty, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.