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A Wisconsin man and his brother are presumed dead, and in Missouri, a man — who went to prison for a stock fraud — has been arrested in their disappearance, authorities said.
Nick Diemel, about 35 of them, and this One Diemel, 24, owner of a cattle company, and have been used in the Church on Sunday morning.
“It is with great sadness that we announce that two of the men’s lives are meaningless too short,” the Facebook page Prayers for Nick Diemel, and One Diemel, said on Friday at the end of the night.
Officials said Friday they were now investigating the disappearance of a person, in the case of the death investigation, Fox4KC reported.
THE AUTHORITIES ARE SEARCHING FOR A REPORTED MISSING SWIMMER OFF THE LOS ANGELES COAST
Nick Diemel, about 35 of them, and this One Diemel, 24, let wisconson factory owners, there were things Sunday at the Church where she had disappeared to in the Church.
At the same time, they also announced the arrest of Garland Nelson, 25, of Braymer, Mo., the two men’s disappearance.
Court papers say the Diemels haven’t seen it since the drive from Nelson to animal husbandry in the back of a truck leasing business, according to the station.
The documents say Nelson was arrested after the admission to an emergency landing on the water, and the truck is in a different county, Missouri, the station reported. He was charged with tampering with a motor vehicle. He was being held without bail.
THE 3RD PERSON HAS REPORTEDLY BEEN KILLED DUE TO THE LACK OF CANADIAN MEN HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED AS THE RAID GROWS
Nelson served two years in prison for the sale of the cattle, of which he does not possess, Fox4KC reported.
Mugshot for Garland Nelson, 25.
(Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office )
The Diemels were not covered by the Nelson’s targets in the 2014 fraud, KCTV reported.
The crime scene tape surrounding Nelson’s property, and the Pc. Joseph News-Press reported Friday.
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“We are still involved in the work, it is very, very methodical, and have animals and stuff like that in here,” the newspaper quoted Clinton County Sheriff, Larry Fish, has to say.