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BODY OF MISSING JENSEN BEACH WOMAN FOUND, HANDYMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER

BODY OF MISSING JENSEN BEACH WOMAN FOUND, HANDYMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER

Martin County, Fl (treasurecoast.com) The body of Cynthia Cole has been found. The handyman was charged with murder.

This is from the Martin County Sheriff:

“Late Friday evening and into Saturday morning, Martin County Sheriff’s Detectives located a body believed to be that of 57-year old Cynthia Cole inside the septic tank of her Jensen Beach home.
The body of Cynthia Cole has been found
The body of Cynthia Cole has been found
Detectives spent hours excavating Cole’s backyard, and located the body submerged in the contents of the tank about four feet underground.
Shortly afterwards, detectives located and arrested 34-year old Keoki Hilo Demich and charged him with second degree murder. Keoki performed handyman duties for Ms. Cole.
detectives located and arrested 34-year old Keoki Hilo Demich and charged him with second degree murder. Keoki performed handyman duties for Ms. Cole.
detectives located and arrested 34-year old Keoki Hilo Demich and charged him with second degree murder. Keoki performed handyman duties for Ms. Cole.
There are elements to this case still being investigated. Positive identification of the body by the medical examiner’s office is expected shortly, however, detectives have every reason to believe it is that of Ms. Cole.
We will update the community with additional information as it becomes available.”

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