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Missing Arizona Mom Remains Found

Apr 5 2014, 7:06am CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff

Missing Arizona Mom Remains Found
 
 

Some skeletal remains found in 1988, are now being identified as the remains of the missing Arizona mom, Julie Grubaugh via DNA testing. The 1986 missing Arizona mom case has now become a murder case.

The Phoenix Police Department has found some human remains that are said to be related to the missing Arizona mom, Julie Grubaugh. In 1986, Julie Grubaugh, a mom of two who lived in Arizona, went missing. 

Julie was 25 years old when she disappeared in the Phoenix area of Arizona. Actually her family did not reside in Arizona. They reported on November 27th, 1986 that Julie had gone missing. 

Julie Grubaugh had previously moved to the Phoenix area of Arizona with her two young kids. Her ex-husband also moved with her to Arizona. And he is the last man who saw Grubaugh. He claimed that "he had dropped his ex-wife off at the Greyhound bus station in downtown Phoenix on November 2nd, 1986," according to the Examiner


The Phoenix Police Department discovered some skeletal remains found in Pinal County, located south of Phoenix, in April of 1988. These remains have now been identified as belonging to the missing Arizona mom.

The Phoenix Police used DNA technology to identify these remains. And as these remains are of Julie Grubaugh, the missing Arizona mom case has now officially become a murder case.

 

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