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Police Await Lab Reports

No Arrest In Homicide

Posted: November 24, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Wes Bryant, left, cart coordinator with the Benton County Child Abduction Response Team, looks Wednesday at the house Jersey Bridgeman was found in while FBI agents speak with a neighbor at 704 S.E. A St. in Bentonville. Jersey’s body was found Tuesday morning after she was reported missing. Her death is being investigated as a homicide.

The investigation into 6-year-old Jersey Bridgeman’s death entered a fifth day Saturday as police awaited results from the State Crime Lab.

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Jersey Bridgeman

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w Jersey’s uncle, Jason Bridgeman, set up a site a giveforward.com to pay for a funeral and grave marker.

w An account was established at Arvest Bank under the name Funeral Fund for Jersey D. Bridgeman, bank employees confirmed Friday.

Source: Staff Report

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Pray for law enforcement and the crime lab professionals. Let's hope they find those responsible for this horrible heinous atrocity and bring them to justice. Pray for her immediate family and those working the case also.

Posted by: tucsonrazorbacks

November 24, 2012 at 5:59 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

I feel the pain and dispare of this loss of this lovely child. No child should have to live a short life of such pain. I am giving you my opinion of the severity of the no danger statement. No, we do not want to live a life in fear for our children. I myself have studied child abduction for 17 years, in hopes I can make a difference, Just preventing just one life being lost or child missing is worth it all.. First of all a predator does not wear a sign saying guard your children. They are usually loaners, with not much comaradery, they need to keep their wants and needs private for fear of retaliation from others. There is no such thing as let your guard down. The federal gov.has estimated there are over 2,000 abductions per day in the U.S.A.. We do not hear about all of them, only the local, sometimes. That would account for tens of thousand of predators if they only did this at 4 or 5 per year each. It is time to work out a plan for keeping an extra 2 or 3 sets of eyes on our children. Don't be afraid to carry legal protection to avert this horrible act, designate play area's with 2-3 adults on guard. keep the children together. If you ever need to become a part of something important, become a hood watch for the children. thank you. Monitor 67

Posted by: monitor67

November 25, 2012 at 7:26 p.m. ( | suggest removal )