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Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long

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CC replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 17 Dec 2017 23:10 #41

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MyMountainTown replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 18 Dec 2017 15:09 #42

Timeline of events December 1-8

December 1
3:30-3:35pm Maggie leaves school to go home, presumed to arrive around 4pm
(source: Justice for Maggie Long Facebook Page)

~6:30pm A local resident arrives home in Deer Creek Valley Ranchos, recalls afterward seeing no unusual activity at Long Home.

7:01pm 911 call comes into Dispatch.

7:04pm Jeffco Dispatch repeats that Reporting Party (RP) states “People who own the home are violent. However, they are smashing and burning things.” RP is refusing to leave the attic.

~7:05 A local resident arrives home, was almost hit by tan(?) older model vehicle that was going so fast it crossed over into their lane on 43 at/near Long’s Ranch.

7:12pm Platte Canyon Fire stages at 2718 CR 43.

7:14pm Fire told to roll (per The Flume )

7:17pm "43 command, we have a one story frame, fire in the garage"

~7:20pm A local resident arrives home in Deer Creek Valley Ranchos, sees emergency/police behind them on CR 43.

7:21pm Dispatch: mutual aid request from Elk Creek Fire for a Tender

7:23pm Elk Creek Fire requests address clarification

7:24pm Elk Creek Fire arrives

7:27pm line extension & water on fire

7:31pm post on Pinecam by member about husband seeing fire, flames coming out of roof, above trees, and emergency vehicles arriving 

www.pinecam.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=222815

7:33pm post in Pinecam Scanner Forum about fire
www.pinecam.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=222816

7:49pm LE has a barricaded room, making entry now

8:00pm Tenant is able to get out of attic apartment

8:13pm CBI requested for numerous starts (fire ignitions)

Sometime between 8:41-8:56pm per Ermine on Websleuths - call for coroner (unconfirmed, not heard on Jeffco Dispatch) 
 www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php...3816947#post13816947
Published by The Flume: www.theflume.com/free_content/article_67...40-2f9528003cb6.html

8:45pm Elk Creek Fire clears scene

8:48 Elk Creek Fire is clearing scene (per Pinecam, link above)

8:52pm Jeffco Dispatch - VA units are staging at Hangman and CR 43

9:05pm Jeffco Dispatch - PCSO Scene is shut down. No contact/no entry with witnesses until LE and investigators arrive on scene. Same transmission - family is on scene or arriving soon together at bottom of driveway. Deputy asks if they should be separated.

9:36 & 9:48pm Lynna Long posts call for help to find her sister Maggie who is missing
www.facebook.com/lynna.long



December 2
Lynna posts at 12:48pm asking for help if anyone had communication with Maggie between 2:30-8:00pm on December 1.

December 3
Park County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) post at 8:28am on their FB Page: "Do to the serious nature of this investigation. We ask that you keep the Long Family in your prayers. We are not able to release any further information at this time."

PCSO posts at 8:44pm on their FB Page: "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."

December 4
Gag order announced by PCSO

December 7
PCSO announces Maggie’s remains found in burned home.

Denver Channel 7 shares BOLO sent over scanner by Denver Police Department
BOLO describes suspect, vehicle, and that ammo and weapons stolen from home. (see previous posts in this topic)

December 8

CBS 4 and Denver Channel 7 have stories on BOLO, clarification posted shortly thereafter that PCSO does not believe that community is in danger. (see previous posts in this topic)


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CanyonCourier replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 21 Dec 2017 17:54 #43

There’s only one Maggie Long
Platte Canyon community comes together to remember one of its own

There will forever be only one Maggie Long — at least for the hundreds of people who attended the late Platte Canyon student’s memorial service Sunday afternoon. Gathering at Platte Canyon High School in the gymnasium and the Canyon Room, they came in droves — some in person, some in spirit, all clothed in laughter, tears and memories of a girl so many recalled for her benevolence and exuberance for life.

“Maggie was passionate about everything,” said Connie Long, one of Long’s older sisters. “She had a fierce love for community-involvement and student organizations. Many times we would remind Maggie — with sisterly love — that she couldn’t do it all. Nevertheless, she tried.”

Long recalled her younger sister baking “hundreds of cookies for her classmates,” helping friends with math homework, and frequently putting off schoolwork in order to devote time to softball practice, Key Club projects and student council events.

...on her birthday, Maggie planned to make PB&J sandwiches for the homeless. That’s what she wanted to do and that was Maggie.”


Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/there%E2%8...only-one-maggie-long
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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 1:56 pm

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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 29 Dec 2017 07:10 #44

In honor of Maggie’s birthday plans to make sandwiches for the homeless, a group of her friends did just that yesterday. From Michelle Hoglan at Top Hat Creative Marketing:

So we had between 25 and 30 young adults helping make sandwiches and/or handing them out, 138 sandwiches were made and handed out along with bottled water. All in memory of Maggie who had planned to do this on 12/17 which would have been her 18th Birthday.





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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 29 Dec 2017 14:57 #45

Video - Friends Hand Out Sandwiches to Homeless in Honor of Maggie Long
By Krystyna Biassou
December 28, 2017

Dozens of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were handed out to the homeless in honor of a teen from Bailey who never got the chance to.

"It astounds me that she would give away the day that's supposed to be dedicated to her and share it with others and then dedicating it to people less fortunate than her, which...that's Maggie in a nutshell," classmate Wyatt Morris said. "Today we're just trying to be more like Maggie."


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TheVenueTheatre replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 10 Jan 2018 08:43 #46

This plaque will forever remain on Maggie's seat, B4, at The Venue Theatre. We love and miss you so much, Maggie Long.

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MyMountainTown replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 12 Jan 2018 11:54 #47

The Jeffco Scanner Feed from the night of Maggie's murder, time period 7:00-9:48pm, unedited from recordings on Broadcastify other than to put them all into one audio clip file. A note: this dispatch feed is not the same as the one that The Flume is reporting on below.



From The Flume yesterday:
Top Story: Still No Arrest in Maggie Long Murder
Interviews, audio recordings and witnesses may clear up some confusion
Posted: Thursday, January 11, 2018 3:52 pm
Walter L. Newton, Editor

Sourcing
Using audio recordings of radio transmissions to the fire districts, records of the radio traffic to the Park County Sheriff’s Office and an interview with the manager of Derrick Thai restaurant, which belongs to the Long family, The Flume has managed to tie together a time line of events that happened that evening.

Radio transmissions are only good for getting a general overview of what happened at a scene. Conversations happen between personel on the ground, cell phones are sometimes used to communicate and the Sheriff’s Office has one encrypted radio channel that cannot be monitored.

Dec. 1, 2017, time line
About 7:01 p.m. that evening, Fairplay dispatch sent a call out to deputies in district five (Kenosha Pass to the Park County border in Pine Junction)...


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 12 Jan 2018 22:15 #48

DNA samples taken from family, associates of teen found dead in home
Posted 5:40 pm, January 12, 2018, by Web Staff

The Park County undersheriff said Friday the DNA testing has been voluntary, and that it’s “a matter of covering their bases in case it becomes relevant.


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 18 Jan 2018 15:36 #49

$15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of any individual involved in the homicide of 17-year-old Bailey resident Maggie Long



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