Murder charges have been filed against a man in Salem, Oregon, in connection with the case of a missing woman and her three-year-old son. Nobody’s sure yet if Karissa Freewill, 25, and her toddler son, William (pictured above) are dead or alive. But they have not been seen since May 13. Salem police Lt. Treven Upkes isn’t saying much about the case. He declines to even talk about why 52-year-old Michael John Wolfe, the biological father of William, is considered a suspect. Ho
Marcine Herinck was missing and Portland, Oregon police thought Timothy Joseph Mackley, 58, was involved in the 89-year-old woman’s disappearance. Medical examiners were able to tell detectives they were correct a couple of days after some uniforms stopped Mackley’s car as part of law enforcement’s effort to find Herinck. The ME’s office made a positive ID. They’d found her alright. Police got Mackley to open the trunk of his Toyota Camry, and there she was — a very dead Ms.