Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long

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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 03 Dec 2017 19:36 #11

From Denver Channel 7: Teen, 17, missing since Friday in Park County; Arson reported at her home during her disappearance
Oscar Contreras
10:28 AM, Dec 3, 2017
1 hour ago

PARK COUNTY, Colo. – Deputies are asking for your help to find a Park County teen who has been missing since Friday, about the same time her home was damaged from a fire which deputies believe was intentionally set.

Wohlers told Denver7 they do not have search parties out looking for Long, adding they’re also working to see if there’s a connection between her disappearance and the family home fire.

“If you have any contact, please reach out. If you have heard anything strange or seen anything out of the ordinary, it might be a significant detail. Please help us to fill in the gap,” Wohlers said.

If you have any information about Long’s whereabouts, you are asked to call the Park County Sheriff’s substation number (303) 838-4441.


From 9News: Park County teen not seen since Friday; arson reported at her home
Park County deputies are trying to find a missing 17-year-old.
KUSA 8:14 AM. MST December 03, 2017


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 03 Dec 2017 20:15 #12

Park County Sheriff's Office
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We are sorry we are unable to reveal more information at this time. We are working on an active arson investigation. We do not believe there is any risk to the public.

We continue to ask for prayers for the Long family.


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 03 Dec 2017 21:13 #13

A more recent story from 9News

17-year-old disappears after home set ablaze
A search for a teenager in Park County has been called off - and investigators aren't explaining what's going on.
KUSA 6:4pm December 03, 2017


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 04 Dec 2017 08:11 #14

From Platte Canyon Colorado Grads 6 mins ago

Please keep the current PCHS students & staff in your thoughts and prayers today. There will be an empty chair in the classes they have with Maggie Long.
They have mixed feelings and emotions as they try to make sense of her absence, the press releases and what unofficial information the kids are telling each other.
They are grieving, knowing she is not there and that something happened last Friday.
We do not know when any official statements will be released and there is no new public information.
The Long family is in our thoughts and prayers may they find comfort in knowing how much this community cares for them and would do anything to help.
It’s been a long weekend of worrying, confusion and speculation.

www.facebook.com/pchsalumni/posts/1187778708032803


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 04 Dec 2017 11:40 #15

A judge has issued a gag order in the Long case. No other information will be released at this time.


Platte Canyon High School student missing after fire in family home
Park County Sheriff’s Office has not released any information on the whereabouts of the girl
Walter L. Newton, Editor | Posted: Monday, December 4, 2017 10:29 am

The Park County Sheriff’s Office 911 dispatch received a call from a residence at 3763 County Road 43 in Bailey, Friday, Dec. 1.

The caller said there were people at the residence arguing, throwing stuff around and trying to set the house on fire.

Apparently one of the people in the house was Maggie Long, a 17-year-old Platte Canyon High School student.

When deputies arrived at the house, they reported that they could see flames coming through the roof.

The fire was extinguished but Maggie Long could not be found. There were no bodies found in the debris inside the house and Long’s car was still on the property.

As of this writing, the PCSO has not released any information about the whereabouts of Long.


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 04 Dec 2017 16:27 #16

From the Platte Canyon School District:

Dear Platte Canyon Families:

The Park County Sheriff's Office has released a statement: "A judge has issued a gag order in the Long case. No other information will be released at this time."

I realize this information is unsettling, but we must keep ourselves focused on supporting the Long family. We will continue to monitor and provide support services to our students and staff in the coming days.

There are also community resources available to families, staff, and students by calling the crisis hotline at 1-844-493-8255 or by using Text “TALK” to 38255 or by visiting the following website at coloradocrisisservices.org

I know this is a difficult time for everyone, but together we will get through this.

With Sincerity,
Dr. Brenda Krage, Superintendent


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 04 Dec 2017 17:11 #17

9NEWS Denver‏ Verified account @9NEWS 1 hour ago
Gag order issued in case of Park County teen last seen Friday on9news.tv/2AT5kjy



Gag order issued in case of Park County teen last seen Friday
Krystyna Biassou, KUSA
3:33 PM. MST December 04, 2017

KUSA - A judge has ordered that information in the case of a missing teen not be released by law enforcement or several other agencies any longer.

The Park County Sheriff's Office posted on Facebook that a judge issued a gag order on Monday in the case of Maggie Long, a 17-year-old girl who has not been seen since Dec. 1.

The gag order prohibits the release of any information about the case by first responders, law enforcement, court personnel, the coroner's office, the district attorney's office or anyone associated with these agencies.

The order will remain, it states, until "such a time as it is determined that the release of the information would no longer affect the integrity of the on-going investigation."

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File Name: 366313420-...case.pdf
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CBS4:
Gag Order Issued In Missing Teen, House Fire Case

Denver Channel 7:
Judge issues gag order in case of missing Park County girl, arson
By Blair Miller
1:53 PM, Dec 4, 2017


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 05 Dec 2017 09:27 #18

Press release from Park County Sheriff
On December 4, 2017 a "Motion for gag order to prevent release of any information regarding the [Arson Investigation] case" was signed by Judge Groome of the Park County Combined Courts. The Motion for Gag Order request was made by the District Attorney's Office and granted by the Court.

The Park County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement and first responders are prohibited from disclosing specifics about this case and will be unable to answer questions surrounding the case until the Gag Order is withdrawn.

However, the Park County Sheriff's Office does request that anyone having information please contact the investigative tip line at 303-239-4243.


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Mindybrown678 replied the topic: maggie long 05 Dec 2017 16:25 #19

new info

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ScienceChic replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 05 Dec 2017 17:18 #20

Mindybrown678 wrote: new info

Unfortunately, no. As soon as we hear something official we'll post it; or, if you find a news article before we do, please feel free to add it here!

This has been very tough not knowing what's happening and we are trying hard to be patient as we know you are as well. Hang in there, and support the Long family if you can (stop by Derrick Thai or shop at the liquor store next door if you need something). :grouphug: :love:


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