nov 6 2005 avery halbach spj

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nov 6 2005 avery halbach spj - Exonerated man may be last person to see...
Exonerated man may be last person to see missing woman Calumet Co. sheriff classifies sighting as 'coincidental' for now The Associated Press MISHICOT Steven Avery, the Wisconsin man who served 18 years in prison for a rape he j:j , u l4. uiu nut wuiuiiiit, limy ue wie last i 1 i j , j .1. 1 a. t person to have seen a 25-year- f d,ked ?fr?,und 7 Jf-1 u u l ' V i V don t know if I m a suspect but as Sheriff Jerry Pagel. "I'm classifying it as coincidental at this particular time," Pagel said. "Just because it's Steven Avery, doesn't mean that he had anything to do with it." Avery said that Halbach, a 2002 UW-Green Bay graduate, took a photo of his van and left. "I said she was out here no more than five minutes," Avery told the station. (Investigators) came in old photographer who disap peared this week, a sheriff said Saturday. Friends and family fanned out Saturday across Manitowoc County looking for Teresa Marie Halbach, a resident of the St. John area, who disappeared Monday afternoon. Halbach, a freelance photographer for car-sale advertising, was taking pictures of vehicles up for sale before she vanished, authorities said. Avery, the Two Rivers man who was released from prison in 2003 after DNA evidence exonerated him in the 1985 attack, told investigators Thursday evening that Halbach took pictures of a van that he wants to sell. Avery and another man in the area are the last to have seen Halbach, but it's unclear who saw her last, said Calumet County long as I can help, IH help." Avery's release from prison sparked lawmakers and Gov. Jim Doyle to push for a series of changes to Wisconsin's criminal justice system. In September, the Assembly approved the "Steven Avery" bill, which would expedite DNA tests that could exonerate prisoners and force police to adopt written policies on using witnesses to identify suspects. Halbach's parents reported her missing Thursday, and Pagel said the disappearance is suspicious. He said a check of cell phone and credit card records shows she had not used either since Monday afternoon. Pagel said dozens of friends and family members were searching roadways and woods Saturday for any evidence of the

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  1. Stevens Point Journal,
  2. 06 Nov 2005, Sun,
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