Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long

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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 06 Feb 2018 20:56 #51

Park County Sheriff’s Office to Provide Update on Maggie Long Homicide Investigation

(Park County, Colorado—February 6, 2018)—The Park County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO), along with state and federal law enforcement partners, will provide an update on the homicide investigation of 17-year-old Maggie Long from Bailey, Colorado, occurring on December 1, 2017.

The news conference will be held at the Platte Canyon Fire Protection District, Station 2 (153 Delwood Dr., Bailey, CO), beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 7, 2018. Park County Sheriff Fred Wegener, representatives from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will take part in the news conference.

Posted by James Richardson in the Conifer, Pine, Bailey Colorado Community group, confirmed by Reporter Matt Kroschel, CBS Denver.


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MyMountainTown replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 07 Feb 2018 15:27 #52

The Press Conference just ended. You can watch our Live-stream of that presentation by the Park County Sheriff's office, Colorado Bureau of Investigation, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms at the Platte Canyon Fire Protection District Station #2 here: www.facebook.com/MyMountainTown/videos/1866062580071427/


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 07 Feb 2018 16:06 #53

From Reporter Matt Kroschel
Some Park County residents remain furious at the Sheriff’s Office for “lying” to them in the days following the murder of 17-year-old Maggie Long. The Sheriff admitted some mistakes were made. He says they are increasing the reward for information that leads to an arrest to $20,000

• Still no arrests in the case.

What we know now:
$20,000 Reward Offered In Maggie Long Murder Case

Update expected in death investigation of Maggie Long
The news conference is scheduled for 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Platte Canyon Fire Protection District.
Author: Bobbi Sheldon, 9News
Published: 3:23 PM MST February 7, 2018


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 08 Feb 2018 00:00 #54

FBI Denver Verified account @FBIDenver 5 hours ago
.@FBIDenver, is working w/ @CBI_Colorado, @ParkCoSheriff and ATF, and asks for the public's support to bring justice for Maggie Long. SAC Calvin Shivers "No piece of information is too small." Please call 303-239-4243 with any information, a reward of up to $20k is being offered.



$20,000 Reward Offered In Maggie Long Murder Case - Video
By Matt Kroschel, CBS4
February 7, 2018 at 5:00 pm

PARK COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – On Wednesday, investigators with Park County and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation updated the public about the murder of Maggie Long.

Anyone with any information is asked to call this tip line at 303-239-4243.


Guns, safe, jade figurines stolen from torched home where teen was found slain - Video
Author: Kevin Vaughan, 9News
Published: 5:06 PM MST February 7, 2018

Park County’s sheriff and state and federal investigators appealed to the public Wednesday for information that might crack the Dec. 1 murder of a 17-year-old girl, acknowledging they have no strong suspects.

“We’re committed to finding the people responsible for taking the life of Maggie Long,” Sheriff Fred Wegener said at an afternoon news conference where photographs were made public showing a safe, two guns and jade figurines that were taken from the girl’s home the day she was killed.



Although the pictures were released, Wegener declined to release other information – including how Long was killed and whether she was sexually assaulted – because he said it could compromise the investigation.

Wegener was also at a loss to explain the assertion by his department two days after Long’s killing and a fire set in her home that no body had been found – “we made our comment, we’ll live with it,” he said.


Officials say guns, ammo stolen from Maggie Long's home before it was burned - Video
Blair Miller, Denver Channel 7
3:52 PM, Feb 7, 2018

Wegener said “an apparent burglary occurred” before the Long family’s home was set on fire, and also that there were items stolen from the home.

Camper elaborated, saying a green safe, some jade figurines, and two firearms – a Beretta 9mm handgun, and an “AK-47 style” of rifle – were stolen. He showed pictures of items similar to those that were taken.

An FBI official said there was a “high probability” that someone in the community had come into contact with the person or people involved in Long’s murder. All officials said there may be one person, or multiple people, responsible for her death.

The official said that the suspect might live in the community, and may be either following the case closely or seeming detached from their typical behavior and relationships.

He urged residents to report anything possibly-related to the case to the tip line established for the case, saying “no piece of information is too small.”

The officials said the investigation continued, and that the coroner’s report would remain under seal while the investigation is ongoing.


Guns, safe stolen from burned home where slain Bailey teen found; reward in case increased to $20,000
Posted 3:34 pm, February 7, 2018, by KDVR Web Staff, Updated at 10:08PM, February 7, 2018


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CanyonCourier replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 08 Feb 2018 09:36 #55

Law enforcement officials, in their first public address since confirming the death of Platte Canyon student Maggie Long at her family’s home in Bailey in December, have increased the reward being offered in the case to $20,000.

In addition, officials confirmed that a burglary took place the night she was killed. A safe, firearms and small jade statues were stolen from the home off Highway 43. Officials also clarified that the collection of DNA samples last month was not completed at random.

Though Wegener further relayed a timeline of the events, he dodged other questions about the investigation, including whether Long was sexually assaulted, whether the department thought multiple individuals were responsible for her death, whether the Long family had indicated the possibility that Long was killed by someone they knew, and more.

Wegener also offered little explanation for why his department initially lied to the public about a body being found at the scene, why the Sheriff’s Office still feels the community isn’t at risk despite the theft of weapons and ammunition, as well as why it took the department more than two months to address the public — stating only that investigators had a lot of information to sort through.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/reward-inc...000-maggie-long-case
By Sal Christ
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 8:45 pm (Updated: February 7, 9:01 pm)

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CanyonCourier replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 15 Mar 2018 17:19 #56

Long case lingers on with no end in sight

March 10 marked 100 days since 17-year old Maggie Long was found murdered at her family’s home off County Road 43 in Bailey and despite a significant number of tips from the public, investigators are no closer to knowing who killed the Platte Canyon High School senior.

“We don’t really have an update on the case at this point,” said Park County Undersheriff Dave Wohlers. “We’ve just been taking tips that have been coming in, but there’s nothing real great or anything. We’re kind of in the same place as we were when we last spoke.”

According to Wohlers, the Park County Sheriff’s Office has four detectives devoted to the case and had invested about 2,000 hours of manpower in the investigation as of mid-February. ...investigators still haven’t identified a suspect, and subsequent interviews and DNA testing of several people in the Bailey area were unfruitful.

Furthermore, a Feb. 4 press conference — wherein representatives from all four agencies discussed items taken from the Long family home, and announced a reward of $20,000 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of anyone involved in Long’s murder — also failed to elicit any substantial leads in the case.

Despite that, Wohlers said several individuals have been ruled out as suspects in Long’s death, but he declined to specify how those individuals were ruled out or whether those individuals were family members, friends or the tenant who called 9-1-1 to report fighting and a fire at the home the night Long was killed.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/long-case-lingers-no-end-sight
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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

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ScienceChic replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 01 Apr 2018 18:49 #57

From Ilana Kitterman on Facebook:
8 hrs ago

It has been 4 months. 4 months since the murder of my beautiful, loving friend. 4 months without closure, 4 months of torment and sadness. 4 months of tears and immense pain.
4 months without our beloved friend Maggie.

4 months is too long. It’s too long of a time for her disgusting and senseless murderer to have spent free from their actions.

If you know something, even if it may seem minor, please come forward. We have to get justice for this incredible girl.

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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 06 Apr 2018 10:02 #58

Still no suspect 124 days after Maggie Long's death
The sheriff's office along with state and federal investigators held a press conference on Feb. 7. Since then, there hasn't been a formal update on the investigation.
Author: Noel Brennan
Published: April 4, 2018

KUSA – It’s been more than four months since 17-year-old Maggie Long was killed and no suspects have been named in the case the Park County Sheriff’s Office has called its number one priority.

On Dec. 1, 2017, Maggie Long had plans to attend an evening concert at Platte Canyon High School. She left school and did not return. Her car was found at her family’s home off County Road 43. The home had been set on fire, and the Park County Sheriff’s Office said it was clear there had been a burglary.

The sheriff’s office along with state and federal investigators held a press conference on Feb. 7. Since then, there hasn’t been a formal update on the investigation.

The Park County Coroner’s Office tells 9NEWS it will not release the completed autopsy report for Maggie Long at the request of the district attorney.


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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 04 May 2018 10:21 #59

CBI and law enforcement are at the Maggie Long property right now handing out fliers with these pictures:



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Mountain-News-Events replied the topic: Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long 04 May 2018 11:38 #60

Cleaner versions of the fliers posted by Park County Sheriff's Office:



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