MILWAUKEE (AP)- A Wisconsin sheriff say's he is confident that the bone fragments found in a burn pit at an Evansville home belong to missing 18-year-old Aprina Paul.
Investigators have been waiting for tests to confirm whether this is true.
However, Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden believes that Paul has been found.
Police say the man who brought Paul to the in the Evansville home is in jail on a probationary hold. The man has denied any wrongdoing which may have lead to Paul's death.
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