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Sheriff’s Office States that Skeletal Remains May or May not be Human

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HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (7/1/13) – On Saturday, June 29, 2013, the Hopkins County Sheriff Office received a call from residents on Continental Drive who had located multiple bones in the creek behind their residences.

Detectives from the Hopkins County Sheriff Office arrived on scene and began the recovery process of the bones. The bones were turned over to the Hopkins County Coroner’s office, who in turn, delivered them to the Kentucky Medical Examiner’s Office.
 
An examination will be performed either today or tomorrow to ascertain whether or not the bones are animal or human.
 
The Sheriff’s Office has stated that information will be released once the results are received.
 
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