Catcheway Family Allowed To Continue Search For Daughter On Manitoba Reserve

The family of Jennifer Catcheway, who disappeared on the her 18th birthday in 2008, searched a Manitoba dump on Thursday in hopes of finding their missing loved one.

The family of Jennifer Catcheway, who disappeared on the her 18th birthday in 2008, searched a Manitoba dump on Thursday in hopes of finding their missing loved one.

The Canadian Press

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, Man. – A family desperately seeking answers to a loved one’s disappearance is being allowed to continue searching for clues on a Manitoba reserve.

Bernice Catcheway — whose daughter Jennifer disappeared seven years ago — says the family was barred from searching the Dakota Tipi reserve after searchers brought in a backhoe last week.

Chief David Pashe said searchers were digging holes and knocking down trees with their equipment.

He said he would need to see an RCMP search warrant before searchers would be allowed back in.

Grand Chief Sheila North Wilson, who represents northern First Nations, says all parties talked today and the search will be allowed to continue.

She says the chief just wanted to protect the community from damage from the heavy equipment.

Source: http://ctv.news/8OQr6ac

 

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