Listen: Savannah Spurlock, Fox News, Kentucky discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Goes on for this Kentucky mother of four savannah spurlock disappeared over three weeks ago last seen leaving a bar with two men in Lexington Kentucky. Savannah's mother tells Fox News that she is living a nightmare her daughter seldom goes out to bars in that night. Just wanted to have a drink or two with friends Savannah's described as a good hearted, very reliable young mother who always stays in touch and raised fears. Something has happened to her. She's being held against her will somewhere, but I have to hold onto a glimmer of hope and faith that she is. Okay. And Savannah's mother says she's been fending off what she calls fraudsters people claiming. They know where savannah is and demanding all types of money. Fox's mad. Finn says four the police have found the man the man rather. With whom savannah was last seen and search to home. They aren't saying what if anything they may have found four people to Manitou women have been shot to death in two different shootings on the same block and rock March Georgia north west of Atlanta police suspect the killings are drug related third woman was shot and wounded police are looking for the suspect. The remains of an American soldier who died nearly seventy years ago in what is now North Korea have been identified the defense department. Now says sergeant Frank Julius alignment was twenty years old when he died in a POW camp after his capture by Chinese forces north of the thirty eighth parallel saliva in is the third American service member to be identified from among fifty. Five boxes of bones and other material communist north handed over to the US last summer, the Nixon New Jersey native was a member of the ninth infantry regiment, second infantry division. The return of unspecified numbers of Korean war remains was among commitments made by dictator Kim Jong UN during his summit with President Trump in June. Tom reghati, Fox News. Dow futures trading sharply higher up more than one hundred points after the Dow lost twenty two.."