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Kyron Horman, missing over three months

September 16, 2010

Kyron Horman Update: Special Task Force to Take Over Investigation

PORTLAND, Ore. (CBS/KOIN) Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton announced Wednesday that a special task force will take over the ongoing investigation of missing Oregon boy Kyron Horman...[and] said the investigation has reached a "critical phase," according to CBS affiliate KOIN.

"It's time to scale this down," said Staton. "We've reached the point - the info we've gathered, resources we've dedicated - we've narrowed it down to a scope...I'm very confident and feel very comfortable continuing the investigation in the manner we outlined," said Staton..."

Police have yet to identify a suspect in the second-grader's disappearance, but appear to have focused much of their attention on the boy's step-mother, Terri Horman. After Kyron went missing, the boy's father, Kaine Horman, divorced Terri.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the Tip Line at 503-261-2847.

Sheriff Staton said during his 9-16 interview "...He said he had seen no evidence that indicated Kyron was not alive. When asked if people would be shocked to find out what they know, Staton took a long silence. "I know I'm taking a long pause on that, I have to think through that answer. I think there are things that come out of this investigation that will surprise you, that you'll think about later on when it's over. We have a knowledge of things we don't want to know about ... of things we wish we didn't know," he added.

I'm posting these articles from a child sex abuse ring that was investigated and "ended" last year in Newberg, Oregon, a little town about 30 miles from Kyron's school, about a 50 minute drive through Portland. My question is, for each of the four arrested, how many were not?

Police arrest four in Newberg 'sex abuse ring':

Details of this story are still emerging, but you can read more about this story here, here and here...All of these individuals are facing multiple charges in connection with the case. OregonLive.com lists the charges against the suspects...In addition to the photo and evidence found on the computer of 14 and 15 year old girls being abused, police also uncovered images showing a 4 year old being abused as well... That child is being taken care of at a child abuse “assessment center” at this time...The 4-year-old will go before a grand jury.

The Newberg Oregon Sex Abuse Ring, thought to now have been disbanded, was discovered when an ad was posted on CraigsList...The suspects are all facing enough charges that they will never be free again...I’m guessing that child abusing pedophiles who force their underage victims to have sex with a dog, as well as multiple adults aren’t going to fare well in prison...

Darrin Daily has been arrested in connection related to allegations of a sex abuse ring organized on Craigslist. The Newberg, Oregon sex abuse ring came to light after a 15 year old girl told police that Daily had given her marijuana and alcohol and then engaged in sexual activities with the girl. One computer image discovered was of a 14 year old victim having sex with multiple adults as well as Daily’s dog. Daily was arrested on September 11, 2009, and since that time more and more details have emerged and multiple arrests have been made.

Thirty-one-year-old Alisa Nice, of McMinnville, made her first court appearance in Yamhill County Court. She is facing sex abuse charges.

The three other men accused of responding to the Craigslist ad and taking part in the sex abuse are Patricio Moreno, 43, of Forest Grove; Robert D. Thompson, 34, of Portland; and David Garcia, 41, of McMinnville. They also were jailed in Yamhill County, although Garcia posted bail.

Does Terri Horman have any connection to any of these people? Is that where Kaine believes Terri got the 350K?

Graphic details emerge on Newberg 'sex abuse ring'
By KATU.com and News Wires October 7, 2009

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