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Cold cases: The unsolved murders, disappearances of indigenous people in Utah – KJZZ02.07.21


Law enforcement and criminal justice officials in Utah admit they don't know exactly how many cases of missing and murdered indigenous people there are in the state.

As part of a 2News investigation of Utah's missing and murdered indigenous women, the Department of Public Safety offered a list of cold cases in an effort to bring some of them back into the public eye and potentially generate new leads for investigators.

DPS identified at least 15 cold cases with Native American or Alaskan Native victims, out of the state's 377 cases. In addition to these cold cases, there are at least 25 additional cases of missing and murdered indigenous women still under active investigation.

There could be more. As 2News reported Thursday, frequent racial misclassification can prevent accurate tracking of cases involving indigenous victims.

The cold cases identified by DPS date back to 1973. In many of the cases, information about what happened or theories about the cases are limited. This could be intentional. In many murder cases, investigators withhold certain details to make sure they and the killer are the only ones who know ensuring there could still be a "smoking gun" in cases that have long gone cold.

Here are the 15 men and women whose disappearances remain unexplained, or whose murders remain unsolved today:

Missing since 2019: Mathew Jay Broncho

Broncho went missing from Snowville, Utah in Box Elder County on March 24, 2019.

Theories: Broncho may have become transient, and could be living among the unsheltered community on Utah. He may also have settled on another reservation with an "outside" tribe, according to the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification.

Description: Broncho, age 36, is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs approximately 210 pounds. He has brown eyes and goes by the name Matt.

Contact: Box Elder County Sheriff's Office at 435-734-3800 and reference case no. 19-001475

Murdered in 2017: Shawn J. Manymules

Manymules was shot to death across the street from Pioneer Park in Salt Lake City on July 26, 2017. He was 24 years old.

During the summer of 2017, he frequented Pioneer Park and the men's shelter downtown, according to BCI. He was shot in front of 336 S. 400 West, and died instantly. Two male suspects, who've not been positively identified, ran from the shooting. They were seen fleeing southbound on 400 West, and then headed west through the Big D Construction Company at 404 W. 400 South.

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 2017-135694.

Found dead in 2014: Grand County John Doe

On an unspecified date in 2014, hikers ascending out of the central canyon on the west side of Hotel Mesa, northeast of Moab, discovered a man's body. He was found lying on a "decaying" foam pad underneath a juniper tree, according to BCI.

Description: Grand County John Doe is believed to have been between 45 and 55 years old at the time of his death. He was between 5 feet 5 and 5 feet 9 inches tall. BCI reports his race could be Asian, Native American, or Latino.

Contact: Grand County Sheriffs Office at 435-298-8115 and reference case no. 2014000520.

Missing since 2012: Rebbeca Jane White

White, age 61, went missing from South Salt Lake in the summer of 2012, and hasn't been seen or heard from since. She was 53 at the time of her disappearance.

Description: She has two known tattoos, a chain around her right ankle and an unspecified tattoo on her abdomen, according to BCI. The Charley Project has more information about White, describing her as 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing 150 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes. She's said to have a "skin discoloration" on her right leg and a scar from a Cesarean section on her abdomen, as well as pierced ears.

She may use the last names Fasthorse and/or Runninghorse, according to the Charley Project.

Contact: South Salt Lake Police Department at 801-412-3647 and reference case no. 14G005824.

Missing since 2011: Tobey Tweedy Baker

Baker was confirmed to have stayed at a motel in St. George, Utah on Sept. 1, 2011 before he disappeared. He has not been seen since. His credit card was used in St. George and Mesquite, Nevada shortly after his disappearance, but "there was no evidence to confirm Baker made the last transactions," according to BCI. He was 28 at the time of his disappearance.

Description: Baker is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 260 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. He also has several tattoos, including one on his left shoulder with a top hat and two hands, with three long fingers on each hand. One hand is pointing up, the other down. Baker has a tattoo of a face in the center of his right shoulder, with skulls above the face and around its left side. Underneath is a box with a question mark on it, and to the right of the face is a dream catcher. Unspecified writing below the dream catcher begins with the letters "S" and "H," according to BCI.

Contact: Washington County Sheriffs Office at 435-656-6500 and reference case no. 110900031

Murdered in 1995: Bahe Davis

Davis was a patient at Utah State Hospital in Provo on Jan. 30, 1995, according to BCI. He died from a blunt force injury to his abdomen which resulted in a lacerated liver. His body was reportedly discovered on Jan. 31, 1995. He was 19 at the time of his death, which is classified as an unsolved homicide. The state's website doesn't offer any other details.

Contact: Provo City Police Department at 801-852-7242 and reference case no. 9500863.

A photo of Davis is not provided in the cold case database.

Murdered in 1994: Roger Holley

Holley was found dead by a man walking his dog in Salt Lake City's Hidden Hollow Park at 8 a.m. on Sept. 20, 1994. Holley was reportedly homeless at the time and sleeping in the park.

The man who found Holley immediately called police, who determined the 35-year-old was "beat to death with blunt objects," according to BCI.

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 1994-136459. According to BCI, the case is or was assigned to Det. Cordon Parks.

Missing since 1994: William McBride

McBride was 36 at the time he went missing and has not been seen since March 22, 1994. He's listed as missing and endangered in the state's database. He's 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

It's believed McBride could have been headed toward Cedar City when he left Salt Lake County.

Contact: Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake at 385-468-9816. Det. Pender is the detective of record in the state's database.

The photo provided of McBride was taken in 1990, 4 years before he disappeared, according to BCI.

Murdered in 1991: Ermalinda Garza

Garza was found dead on April 2, 1991 in the desert south of St. George. Police found her body on the side of the road. She died from multiple gunshot wounds to the head, as well as blunt force trauma, according to BCI.

Garza's cold case database entry notes she was also known by the nickname or alias Linda Sherman.

Contact: St. George Police at 435-627-4301 and reference case no. 271226.

Murdered in 1990: Cornell Burns

Burns was 23 years old when he was killed in Salt Lake City. BCI doesn't list any details about the murder, but notes he "had no car and was usually on foot" and that he "hung out on State Street."

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 1990-47094.

Murdered in 1988: Douglas Lee

Lee was killed in Salt Lake City at the age of 36. According to BCI, he was last seen on June 13, 1988. His date of death is listed as June 14, 1988.

He was found dead next to a parked train in "the railroad yard," according to Lee's entry in the state cold case database, which also notes that he was homeless at the time of his death.

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 1988-52321. According to BCI, the case is or was assigned to Det. Cordon Parks.

Murdered in 1985: Larry Jack

Jack was found dead in a parking area at 250 West 400 South in Salt Lake city. He was 46 years old.

A photo of Jack is not available in the state cold case database. No other information about his murder is listed.

Contact: Salt Lake City Police Department at 801-799-3000 and reference case no. 1985-98375.

A photo of Jack is not provided in the cold case database.

John Does

The list of cold cases of missing and murdered indigenous people in Utah provided by the department of public safety listed two additional victims, who are not named. The two "John Does" were murdered or found dead in 1973.

Cold Case Tip Hotline: 833-DPS-SAFE (833-377-7233)

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90 Day Fianc: All The Times Cast Members Said The Show Is Fake – Screen Rant12.27.20

Fans often wonder if TLC's 90 Day Fianc is edited and scripted to create maximum drama. Here are the cast members who've added to their suspicions.

There might not be scripts passed around when 90 Day Fianc stars shoot their scrimmages for the screen, but is there still someone pulling the strings? When fans see most of the dramatic moments unfold on the TLC show, they often gawk at the realness of the reality series. However, plenty of signs suggest that 90 Day Fianc is fake, and no one serves the tea better than the shows cast.

When a viewer loses count of how many spin-offs a show has, it surely indicates its popularity. Since its debut in 2014, the TLC show, which started showcasing the journeys of foreigners visiting the US on a K-1 visa and working their way to the altar, has only attracted more eyeballs as the years have passed. One season led to another successful one, but at times, the couples failed to keep up. Although most pairs do not end up getting their happily ever after, 90 Day Fianc does make their tales memorable with drama that would put a Broadway production to shame. Still, while some scenes look authentic enough for viewers to gasp or shed a tear, oftentimes, its the stars mouthing lines like, Who is against the queen will die! that make fans wonder, Why? To explain those extra-dramatic moments, some90 Day Fianc cast members have come forward to blame it all on the script.

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While Cassia may not be a reality TV regular since her divorce from Jason Hitch, who she appeared with on season two of 90 Day Fianc, she does know how to create a stir. The Brazilian lady revealed that, although the shows couples are 100% real, a lot of the rest of the show is not. Cassia, however, denied that the TLC show is scripted, but did suggest that the network produces some spice by editing very well to create scenarios that maximize drama between the couples.

90 Day Fianc stars Ashley Martson and Jay Smith, who met in Jamaica, ended their marriage after nearly three years together in September 2020. But this isnt the only scandal to rock their reality TV relationship, especially with Jays alleged unfaithfulness. In an interview with InTouch, Jay revealed that the show portrayed his romance as a very toxic relationship, like he was the bad person, which wasnt accurate. The tattoo artist also claimed that the Tinder incident was staged and that the women in the barbershop bathroom got paid to cheat with him.

The latest star to speak about 90 Day Fianc being scripted is The Other Ways Deavan. Her marriage with Korean husband Jihoon is over, but Deavan continues to hint at the show portraying her in a negative way. Not stating a certain show but you guys are aware that MOST reality tv shows are fake and either scripted or edited to match a storyline that storyboard teams put together before filming, Deavan claimed on Instagram. The Utah native also infamously accused 90 Day Fiancs edits of putting her family in danger, especially after the scene with daughter Drascilla running away.

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Post Malone Explains Why He Opted to Get a Tattoo While at Dentists Office – Complex12.19.20

For Post Malone, adding to one's tattoo collection while also getting some dental work taken care of is simply a matter of logic.

Malone, whose 2019 album Hollywood's Bleeding is up for Album of the Year at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, was asked to explain this practice when Jimmy Kimmel mentioned the photographic evidence his dentist posted to Instagram back in August.

About five minutes into the appearance, Malone referred to his dentist as "the biggest, buffest dentist" he's ever seen while also praising the softness of his hands.

"Two birds with one stone," Malone, who appeared via livestream from Utah, said when asked about the dual tattoo and dentistry session. "Why not? I mean, you know we talked about it and we were just like, you know, I'll be sitting around for hours doing nothing anyways. You know, why not get two bad things out of the way at the same time?"

Elsewhere, Posty and Kimmel traded messages of fondness about the wonders of Costco. Malone spoke briefly on his impending New Year's Eve special as well. The Bud Light Seltzer Sessions Presents New Year's Eve 2021 event will also feature Steve Aoki and Jack Harlow, with Lilly Singh aboard the project as host:

Earlier this month, Posty gifted custom Crocs to every student at his old high school in Texas.


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