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Jogger Found Dead Just Miles From Home

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Nancy Cooper, the 34-year-old married mother of two who disappeared after going for a jog Saturday morning, has been found dead, police said in a press conference today. "The search for our Nancy is over," said Cary Police Chief Pat Bazemore. "Early today the state medical examiner told us that it was Nancy who was found last night just miles from her home."Cooper's body was found on the bank of a storm water retention pond by a local Cary, N.C., man who was walking his dog at 7:30 p.m. Monday, according to authorities.

"Nancy was murdered and our investigation is now a homicide," said Bazemore, who added that authorities have not named a suspect or a person of interest in the case.

 

Joggers questioned in hunt for teacher who vanished in New Orleans

ByCrimesider Staff Topics Daily Blotter ,Missing

 

NEW ORLEANS - Within hours of releasing information on missing teacher Terrilynn Monette last week, New Orleans police received more than a dozen tips about a jogger seen on video in the area around the time of Monette's disappearance, CBS affiliate WWLTVreports. New Orleans Police Dept. spokeswoman Officer Hilal Williams said the department fielded 17 tips about the jogger since releasing the information. Williams said police spoke to the jogger and several other men and women who were running in City Park at the time Monette went missing March 2, the station reports.








Yet another jogger has been attacked

George Lettis reportns March 2012

​ This time in Columbia, and again in broad daylight. A woman told police she was groped as she ran along a trail. IT'S HAPPENED AGAIN. ANOTHER JOGGER HAS BEEN ATTACKED IN BROAD DAYLIGHT. SHE WAS GROPED AS SHE WAS RUNNING ALONG A TRAIL IN HOWARD COUNTY. IT'S ANOTHER ATTACK THAT'S BEING DESCRIBED AS DURING THE DAY AND RIGHT NEAR A NEIGHBORHOOD. IT WAS THIS PAST WEDNESDAY, 6:30 P.M., THE SUMMER SUN WAS STILL OUT. ALONG THIS WOODED TRAIL POLICE SAY A FEMALE JOGGER WAS ATTACKED BY A MAN WHO APPEARED TO BE A JOGGER AS WELL. THIS ATTACK FOLLOWS A SERIES OF ATTACKS ON JOGGERS ALL DURING THE DAY. JOGGERS ACROSS BALTIMORE CITY HAVE BEEN ROBBED OF THEIR SMARTPHONES AND IN WESTERN BALTIMORE COUNTY THE SUSPECT IN THIS SKETCH TRIED TO STRANGLE A FEMALE JOGGER AND PULLED HER INTO THE WOODS BY HER FEET. 

 

 


 



 

Nation’s Female Joggers Know They Will One Day Be Assaulted, Buried In Woods

 

NEW YORK—Describing it as just another stage in the unending cosmic circle of life, the nation’s female joggers acknowledged Tuesday they shall all, at some point or another, be physically attacked when jogging"

 

We do not know if death will come to us during a morning jog, an evening jog, or even a midday jog right in broad daylight,” said Fort Smith, AR resident Judy Gonzalez, with an expression of total serenity. “But when it comes—when we turn around and see a wild-eyed man running and closing in on us—we face our death knowing the forces of the universe had always intended for us to haplessly kick and scratch our attacker until he eventually overpowers us.”

 

Female joggers went on to say that those who are not killed during their morning routes will go on to be ogled, shouted at, and sexually harassed for the remainder of their days, thereby fulfilling their own role in the timeless saga of existence

2 female off-duty officers attacked in separate incidents

Friday, August 30, 2013

August 30, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Police issued a community alert after an off-duty officer was attacked while jogging on the Northwest Side Thursday. She was able to fight off her attacker. And she's not the first this week. Chicago police have released a sketch of a man wanted for the two attacks, both off-duty officers. A similar attack reportedly took place Tuesday around 11 a.m. three miles away on the North Branch Trail near Caldwell Woods and targeted another jogger near Milwaukee and Devon. The Cook County Forest Preserve police say the description of both attackers is the same. On Thursday, the officer was jogging on a dirt trail at Bryn Mawr and Lowell in Sauganash when the man rode his bike alongside her around 2:45 p.m. Thursday. He tried to take her down and remove her clothes, but she yelled for help and was able to fight him off. Officials said she used such force the attacker may need medical attention.

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