Police say the cold case lies well and truly open despite admitting finding nothing of significance during the extensive dig, which involved State Homicide officers, detectives, a cadaver dog and SES volunteers. “If it takes a year, if it takes 10 years … Link.

A cadaver dog was brought onto the site early that morning and led police to a freshly dug grave. According to law enforcement, a charred body was discovered buried about two feet below ground in a suitcase. The Monmouth County Medical Examiner determined … Link.

According to those documents, two cadaver dogs independently positively identified the driver’s side door of Rhiannon Ojeda’s car and an LCCC trash bin as having had contact with human remains. As a result, hundreds of people spent eight days this month … Link.