TEXSAR K9 Team Locates Body in Cold Case

Texas Rangers contacted TEXSAR on March 5, 2017, and requested the team assist in a cold case recovery search for Naomi Miller who went missing in Tom Green County in 2005. Approximately 15 team members, including K9 Orion, gathered at the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office at 07:00 Tuesday, March 07 and proceeded to the search location.

At approximately 1:30 pm, Joseph Huston, with the Gulf Coast Chapter of TEXSAR, and the K9 handler for the volunteer organization originally founded in Austin, said Orion, a four-and-half-year-old black lab, pinpointed the spot where the body was found about 40 inches down, and within 6 feet. TEXSAR volunteers were working the area south of the stands, around three major light poles. This was the area provided to the volunteers by local law enforcement.

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