Part 9: The Final Hours: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo
March 30th, 2009 is the last known day Nicole Cearo was seen alive. What the public knows about what detectives have pieced together in the nearly eight years since, is nil . She was with Mr. Montgomery. She went to see her mom. Maybe they went by a local club in Skyway. From there, no details, and no trace of her. Over the years, SPD has searched for her remains in multiple locations. A few have claimed police “missed the body.”
Allegedly, there is an entire group of people with direct knowledge of what happened to Nicole Cearo, but are convinced that whatever they know, or saw, or heard doesn’t matter, because there is no body. The belief is, no body, no murder, no arrest, no case, no reason to risk my life opening my mouth. Once those people learned police couldn’t find the body, they didn’t talk, stopped talking, or left town allegedly, to avoid talking. It was as if it became scientific fact: fire is hot, ice is cold, the body of Nicole Cearo will never be found.
According to sources familiar with the investigation, police left Seward Park certain Nicole’s body was not there.
Turns out, they might just be right. And everyone else who say police missed the body might be right too.
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