Sherry Arnold’s Body Believed To Be Found Near Williston
A nightmare may be coming to an end for the family of missing school teacher Sherry Arnold. The Williston Herald has reported that a female body believed to be Sherry Arnold has been found near Williston. Not many details are known at this time, but the FBI is expected to release more information soon.
The FBI sent out a news release this afternoon saying authorities discovered a female body early this morning.
By the early morning hours of March 21, 2012, Special Agents had recovered the physical remains of a female. While a positive identification has not been made at this time, it is believed the remains are those of Sherry Arnold of Sidney, Mont. Further efforts to verify the identity of the remains are currently underway by law enforcement. After a positive identification is made, a news release will be issued. Due to the ongoing investigation, no further details about the case can be released at this time.
Arnold, a teacher from Sidney, disappeared during a morning jog in the eastern Montana town on January 7, 2012. Two Colorado men, Lester Van Waters Jr., 47, and Michael Keith Spell, 22, are currently in a Montana jail facing aggravated kidnapping charges in the case.