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12-07-2019 00:07

Authorities succeeded in arriving in Spurlock, 22, of Richmond, who had gone missing in January. He left that Lexington bar left with two or three people.

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David Sparks, 24, of Lancaster, is responsible for interfering with physical evidence and physical abuse, according to Madison County Detention Center records. He was put into prison early on Thursday morning.

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WDRB in Louisville reported that, according to Sparks 'arrest report', a lawyer had brought police to a house owner on Fall Lick Road in Garrard County and said he was concerned about the smell of his property.

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Kentucky State Police officials told WLEX in Lexington that the owners of the parents home were one of three men they saw with Spurlock as she left The other Bar in Lexington. Reporter WLEX pointed out that Sparks are the home owners.

Response officers found human remains placed in the yard behind the house, WLEX reported. A number of Spurlock widgets were also found at the scene, the station said.

Robert Purdy's Trooper said to reporters that the body was received just before midnight on Tuesday. They worked early in the morning in the morning.

“It was clear that the phone call we had earlier in the day was credible and the result was that these human remains were found, so we hope this will put some answers forward,” said the t -reported footage from WDRB.

Purdy refused to say exactly where the remains were found on the property.

“Due to the sensitive nature of this investigation, we cannot enter the data. What I can say, however, is that the human remains were located outside and recovered from the ground, ”said Purdy.

Kentucky told troopers in a news release that the remains were decomposed to the Office of State Medical Examiners in Frankfort for autopsy and identification.

Sparks were not mentioned in Spurlock's death, but the death investigation is ongoing.

Spurlock is a mother of two sons and two small children born in December.

According to Richmond's police officers, she appeared on surveillance footage leaving the bar with two men. The two men were questioned and released, together with a third man with Spurlock before she left the bar.

It was not clear which man was considered to be a spark.

“She spoke to her mother at around 2:30 a.m. when she was leaving the bar and she told her that she would be home in a few hours, ”Spurlock's aunt, Elaine Moore, told the Lexington Herald-Leader a few weeks after she had gone out of her job. “That was the last time she spoke to her. She was always very good at letting her parents know if she is staying out late, without worrying about her. ”

The surveillance footage of Spurlock is leaving the bar stamped at 2:34 a.m.

Spurlock's family told the local media in January that the car she drove to Lexington had been abandoned within days of her disappearance. They said that the men told Spurlock to the investigators that the missing woman left one of her homes in Garrard County away and disappeared.

It was not clear on Thursday immediately if that town was the place where the human remains were found. The authorities had searched the Fall Lick Road property in search of Spurlock.

Spurlock's mother, Ellen Spurlock, told WKYT in Lexington earlier this year that I didn't know where her daughter was harder to run every day. It is extremely difficult for his grandchildren, Spurlock said.

“(The 4-year-old doesn't know what is going on, but my fear is, how long can this be done, you know? Mum isn't here for 11 days; it is another day every day, how long can it be done? ”Spurlock said to the news station,“ her newborn couple, her 2 year old… the couple are too young but the person 2 years old, he loses his mother. ”

On Thursday, a Facebook page administrator called Missing Savannah addressed the discovery of human remains.

“Remember that I am in a Savannah family. I can't reply to questions and messages now, ”read the post. “We will update us as we can, but we must first be able to process any updates as a family. #SavannahStrong. ”

The second post stated that the family would have a statement to the public later in the day.