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xx Brooke Wilberger - May 24, 2004 - OR
« Thread started on: Sep 10th, 2004, 1:35pm »

Name: Brooke Wilberger
Last Seen: 5/24/2004
Location: Corvallis, Or.
Height: 5 Feet 4 Inches
Weight: 105
Age: 19
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Blonde
Race: White Female

Identifying Marks:
Scar on right forearm,
extending from wrist
to elbow.

Last Seen Wearing:
Gray BYU Soccer T-Shirt
Blue Sweatshirt
Ring Engraved with "CTR"

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xx A fresh team reinvigorates Wilberger case
« Reply #1 on: Sep 16th, 2004, 11:49am »

9-8-04

A fresh team of investigators are now fully involved in the search for missing teenager Brooke Wilberger.
Three months have passed since Willberger vanished from a college town with a police force only 54 officers strong.

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xx Missing Update
« Reply #2 on: Sep 23rd, 2004, 06:49am »

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September 22, 2004
Missing Update

By Carla Castano

Corvallis -
While OSU students are getting ready for school to start the search continues for Brooke Willberger.

It's been almost four months since the Brigham Young University student disappeared from a Corvallis apartment complex.

Corvallis police continue to follow up on leads in the case and are getting help from several other agencies including the FBI and a group of retired detectives.

Lt. Ron Noble with the Corvallis Police Department has been working on the case and says the extra officers is helping.

"They have been a great benefit with interviews, looking for any gaps or anything we need to fill in. We've been doing that but we still haven't developed the one lead that is gunna crack the case open but we're still hopeful."

Investigators say they are getting new leads each week and they ask anyone with information about Brooke Wilberger's disappearance to call police.

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xx Person of Interest in Wilberger Case Arrested
« Reply #3 on: Sep 23rd, 2004, 3:16pm »

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Kim arraigned in Wash. County on panty theft charges

12:27 PM PDT on Thursday, September 23, 2004


By ABE ESTIMADA, kgw.com Staff



HILLSBORO – A Tigard man who has been labeled a person of interest in the disappearance of Brooke Wilberger in Corvallis was arraigned on 15 counts of burglary in connection to the thefts of women’s underwear at Pacific University.

Sung Koo Kim pleaded not guilty to the charges on Wednesday in Washington County Court in Hillsboro. Kim is being held in Multnomah County Jail, but he faces multiple charges in Benton, Multnomah, Washington and Yamhill counties.

Corvallis police have called Kim a person of significant interest in the missing person’s case of Wilberger. Kim has not been charged in the disappearance of the 19-year-old Wilberger, who vanished on May 24 outside a Corvallis apartment where her sister works.

Wilberger is a Brigham Young University student who was helping her sister at the time she disappeared. Despite intensive search efforts, Wilberger has not been found.

Sung Koo Kim emerged as a person of interest in the case during the summer – Multnomah County prosecutors have used stronger terms and called him a “suspect without probable cause” – but was jailed on unrelated charges of possession of child pornography in Washington County and burglary in Benton, Multnomah and Yamhill counties.

In the Tigard home he shares with his parents, investigators said they found more than 3,400 pairs of panties and bras, many labeled with names, dates and places. Ten pairs belonged to an Oregon State University swimmer who lived in the apartment complex from which Wilberger disappeared.

Police also found seven assault rifles, three computers collectively containing 40,000 pornographic images that included women being mutilated, raped and dismembered and children.

The panty thefts at Pacific University in Newberg occurred between January 2003 and May 2004. Kim faces Multnomah County charges for the alleged theft and burglaries at Lewis & Clark College in fall 2002. Female students there said their underwear was stolen from residence halls.

Court records show the single-page document, titled “osu.doc,” describes the rape and murder of a woman, listing the items needed to carry out the torture, including a hood, mirrored sunglasses, six pairs of nylons and a bra and panty set for the victim.
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xx Campus Security
« Reply #4 on: Sep 23rd, 2004, 4:54pm »

Corvallis -
Nearly four months after a 19 year old girl disappeared just off the Oregon State University campus, students are heading back to class and taking some extra safety precautions.

The students KVAL talked to today said that while it's back to class as usual they also are a little more cautious.

More than 19,000 Oregon State University students are preparing for classes to begin next week.

While those we talked to say they are excited-- they can't help thinking that the person who abducted 19 year old Brooke Willberger almost four months ago-- may still be lurking near campus.

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xx Police Say Proximity of Attack Only Similarity...
« Reply #5 on: Sep 30th, 2004, 06:56am »

Investigators assigned to the Brooke Wilberger case are joining other police agencies in the investigation of the attempted abduction of an OSU student on campus Wednesday morning.

A 21-year-old OSU junior was walking on the south side of the LaSells Stewart Center, just blocks from where Wilberger disappeared in May, when she was reportedly grabbed from behind by a man, but managed to escape and call police.

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xx Arrest made after OSU attack 10-1-04
« Reply #6 on: Oct 2nd, 2004, 11:35am »

Police arrested a 21-year-old Albany man this afternoon for the attempted abduction of an Oregon State University junior who escaped from an attacker Wednesday morning.

Aaron James Evans was arrested Thursday at his Albany home at 2634 Pine St. after attracting the interest of police Wednesday night, when a woman called police to report that Evans had approached her outside the Ross Dress for Less clothing store in Corvallis.

The woman was frightened by Evans, and contacted the Corvallis Police Department, according to Lt. Gregg Hastings of the Oregon State Police. Hastings would not describe why the woman was frightened, but said there was no physical contact between her and Evans.


Police responded to the shopping center and found Evans still in the area. His clothing and description matched that of the suspect who tried to grab a woman on the OSU campus at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, Hastings said. After interviewing Evans and gathering other evidence, detectives arrested him Thursday. He was in the Benton County jail Thursday night.

Evans stands accused of attempted kidnapping, attempted sexual abuse, both felony charges, and menacing.

On Wednesday afternoon, Evans had been arraigned in Linn County Circuit Court on a charge of public indecency. According to the Oregon Judicial Information Network, the state's computerized case library, Evans called the court Wednesday, saying he was at the hospital because his wife was having a baby. It was not clear whether Evans actually appeared in court for his arraignment.

The public indecency charge stems from an incident Aug. 20, which the Albany Police Department investigated. The case was filed on Sept. 14, and a pre-trial hearing is set for Oct. 25.

In the OSU incident, the student was walking near the south lawn of the LaSells Stewart Center when a man hiding in the bushes ran up behind her and grabbed her by the shoulders. The woman screamed and struggled, spraying the man with mace before she got away. She ran to a more public location, where she called police. She said the suspect ran in the opposite direction.

"We applaud the victim," Hastings said. "She seemed to be prepared for her walk. She did have mace with her and was able to spray that at the suspect. It was beneficial to her escaping, and beneficial to the investigation."

The man was described as a white male in his mid-20s, about 5-foot-6, with a medium build. He was wearing a black, possibly nylon, zippered jacket with a hood and black pants. The student did not know him.

Larry Roper, OSU vice provost for student affairs, said the swift arrest of Evans may make students happy, but it doesn't erase fears on campus.

"I think people may feel a temporary sense of relief," he said, "but I'm not sure that general concerns about safety will go away."

The Oregon State Police are leading the investigation, with help from the Corvallis Police Department, the Benton County Sheriff's Office and the FBI.

Hastings said the telephone tip line had received more than 55 calls regarding the OSU incident. Police are asking that anyone who saw Evans Wednesday in Corvallis, or who has any additional information on Evans, contact the tip line at 737-3010.

Hastings said he was pleased with the amount of tips that came in within a short period of time.

"As a father and a police officer, I'm proud of the fact that people took an active role in trying to solve this," he said.

The attempted kidnapping comes four months after Brooke Wilberger's disappearance, which took place just blocks away from Wednesday's incident. Lt. Ron Noble of the Corvallis Police Department said that Evans is being considered a person of interest in the Wilberger case.

"I guess you can say we added one (person of interest) today," Noble said. "Now we're at six. We don't have any suspects in the case, they are all persons of interest."

While the Wilberger case and the recent abduction attempt have alarmed students on campus, especially women, stranger rape and attacks are actually statistically rare, experts note. A majority of sexual assaults and other crimes against women are perpetrated by people they know, often domestic partners or family members.

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xx Person of Interest
« Reply #7 on: Oct 6th, 2004, 11:37am »

A L B A N Y, Ore., Oct. 6, 2004 — A man who police say is a person of interest in the case of missing 19-year-old Brigham Young University student Brooke Wilberger has been charged with the attempted kidnapping of another college student.

Aaron Evans, 21, of Albany, was in court on Tuesday on charges of attempted kidnapping and attempted sexual assault related to an attack on an Oregon State University student last week, as well as unrelated charges of public indecency. He was arrested at his home last Thursday.

Police said they arrested Evans after a woman reported that he seemed to be stalking her at a Corvallis department store.

Another woman, a student at Oregon State, told police a man emerged from some bushes and tried to grab her while she was walking.

The woman was not hurt in the attempted abduction, but police later arrested Evans after a report from a citizen helped them track him down.

Evans worked for a construction company that assigned him to work installing gutters at least twice a week in Corvallis, where Wilberger disappeared, ABC News affiliate KATU News has learned.

Evans worked for the company, Stutzman and Kropf Contractors Inc., from November 2003 until May 7 of this year.

The last day Evans worked at the company was about two weeks before Wilberger disappeared May 24 from a Corvallis apartment complex near the OSU campus.

The owner of the company, Kevin Kropf, told KATU that Evans was fired "based on job performance."

After Evans' arrest last week, Kropf said he was "quite shocked," because he saw no evidence of criminal behavior in his former employee.

However, he did say that Evans' wife seemed concerned about his whereabouts after his workday.

"She would inquire about what time he would leave work," Kropf said. "And when he wouldn't show up after work, she would be concerned."

Some who live near Evans' home say they were surprised to see him get arrested.

"It never dawned on me that he could be the kind of guy who would do this kind of thing," neighbor Doug Engel told KATU News last week. "He just seemed like kind of a happy-go-lucky guy who would have nothing to do with this."

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xx No Link Between Albany Man & Willberger Case
« Reply #8 on: Oct 7th, 2004, 5:32pm »

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) -- Corvallis police today say they have found no direct link between a man arrested on charges that he tried to abduct an Oregon State University student and the disappearance of 19-year-old Brooke Wilberger.

Wilberger, a Brigham Young University student, disappeared in May from an apartment complex near Oregon State.

Jessica Caywood, the stepsister of Aaron Evans, the man facing charges, told KATU TV in Portland that she believed he might be responsible for Wilberger's death.

Caywood told KATU that she thought Evans could be a suspect because of defense scratches on his face when Wilberger was reported missing.

But a Benton County undersheriff said today there was quote-- "no direct link" between Evans and Wilberger.

Evans is being held on charges of attempted kidnapping, attempted sexual abuse in a separate case.

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xx Hunter finds human remains near Seaside
« Reply #9 on: Oct 22nd, 2004, 06:54am »

A hunter in Tillamook County discovered human skeletal remains in a clearcut area about 30 miles east of Seaside on Tuesday.


The gender and age of the deceased are unknown, police say, and how long the remains have been there has yet to be determined.

"They look like they've been there for an extended period of time, but we don't know approximately how long yet," said Oregon State Police Lt. Gregg Hastings.

The clearcut where the remains were found is about two miles south of Highway 26 off a dirt logging road. The area has been cordoned off, and OSP troopers and recruits will return tomorrow to continue a search of the area, Hastings said. The Tillamook and Clatsop county sheriff's offices are assisting in the investigation.

Forensic scientists at the OSP crime lab in Clackamas are conducting tests on the skull, jaw and part of a femur bone found thus far.

"That will be helpful for identification with dental records," Hastings said.

The task force investigating the Brooke Wilberger abduction is interested to find out the identity of the remains, said Corvallis police Lt. Ron Noble, but so far there is no evidence specifically connecting them to the missing woman.

"We don't have any idea if it would be something related to Brooke," Noble said.

Wilberger, a 19-year-old college student, disappeared from a Corvallis apartment complex May 24.
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xx OSP: Remains are those of young man
« Reply #10 on: Oct 25th, 2004, 1:22pm »

A preliminary analysis of skeletal remains found this week in Tillamook County has determined they are not those of Brooke Wilberger, the girl missing from Corvallis, Oregon State Police announced Friday.

State Police investigators are still trying to identify the victim and determine a cause of death.

Dr. John Lundy, consulting forensic anthropologist for the Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office, examined the remains with forensic scientists from the Oregon State Police Portland Metro Forensics Laboratory. Preliminary examination indicates the remains are that of a Caucasian male, over 6 feet tall, and in an age group between late 20s and mid 30s. The remains appear to have been there over one year.


Investigators are providing these characteristics to area law enforcement agencies to obtain leads in their attempts to determine a positive identification.

During the two-day area search, other items were also found and are being sent to the State Police Forensics Laboratory to determine their value and connection to this investigation.

Anyone with information regarding missing persons who match the preliminary description, and have been missing for over one year, are asked to contact Detective Matthew Beeson at (503) 325-5515 x 25. Information, if available, indicating what agency took a missing-person report would be very helpful for future follow-up, OSP said.

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xx Family hopes to get Brooke's face back in ....
« Reply #11 on: Oct 27th, 2004, 1:35pm »

Family hopes to get Brooke's face back in the spotlight

Corvallis, Ore. - Five months have passed since anyone has seen Brooke Wilberger and today her family hopes to renew public awareness about the woman's disappearance.
Brooke's family plans to hold a news conference this afternoon to update the search for the missing 19-year-old college student.

They also plan to release information about a new way to generate tips and leads in the investigation.

Police have received hundreds of tips in the case, but nothing solid enough to lead them to the missing woman.

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xx OSU Student Fight Crime
« Reply #12 on: Oct 31st, 2004, 6:00pm »

Oregon State University Campus -
The family of Brooke Wilberger, the teen who disappeared from a Corvallis apartment complex last May, is holding a press conference Wednesday with the police to talk again about her. Now in the wake of the attempted abduction last month on the Oregon State Campus and Willberger's apparent kidnapping, some students are fighting back.

Students admit the latest incident is rattling people more because it's sinking in that they need to be on guard to protect themselves before they become the next victim.

Members of The Associated Students of Oregon State University are busy organizing their annual safety week. This year they're focusing on personal safety. They're going to give 1,000 free whistles away next week. Police, lawyers and other safety advocates will also demonstrate how to stay safe on and off-campus.

Mary Danner, a ASOSU member said, "We're going to have free self defense, free pepper spray. It's just a huge priority to make sure students feel safe on campus."

Students have sent the student government dozens of e-mails about safety concerns on campus since the attempted abduction last month. "Just having an overgrown bush can cause fear among student walking at night," said Danner.

Students like Jessica Ferrer now carry pepper spray wherever they go. "It did save that one girls life in the attempted abduction, so that's actually when I took it out of the package," she said.

Ferrer says she's excited to participate in the upcoming three day safety event that will include topics like transportation safety and even a rootbeer kegger with tips on how to stay safe when students party.

The Women's Center on campus is also taking action against any type of violence or abuse. Staff will display these t-shirts made by survivors of violence and abuse on campus Tuesday to help heal the victims and educate the public.

Both groups hopes these measures will help prepare students so another innocent victim isn't caught off guard.

The shirts will be on display at the Memorial Union. ASOSU's safety week kicks off November second.

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xx Wilberger's mother visits BYU to keep hope alive
« Reply #13 on: Nov 2nd, 2004, 2:54pm »

PROVO, Utah - The mother of missing Brigham Young University student Brooke Wilberger visited the university Monday and brought 3,000 pink bracelets with her.
Cammy Wilberger said the bracelets are intended to keep Brooke's story in the spotlight.

An anonymous donor from Eugene originally donated 20,000 of the bracelets with an additional 25,000 being produced. The bracelets, which carry a tip-line phone number and the www.FindBrooke.com Web address, are available at Family Tree Bookstore in Eugene and businesses around the state for a suggested donation of $1. The proceeds go to the Brooke Wilberger Search and Rescue fund. Brooke disappeared May 24.

``We're trying to move forward and do the best we can. We try to spend time each day doing something for Brooke,'' her mother said.

The Wilbergers are briefed each week by police about the progress of the investigation, and are not giving up hope.

``Something terrible happened. We have two choices, we can choose to be as positive as we can or we can let it become negative and we've chosen not to do that,'' Cammy Wilberger said
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xx Re: Brooke Wilberger - May 24, 2004 - OR
« Reply #14 on: Nov 10th, 2004, 1:27pm »

The family of Brooke Wilberger, the BYU student believed abducted in Oregon this summer, came to Provo to distribute plastic bracelets with the Web address of a page dedicated to finding her. The family seeks a $1 donation for a bracelet to offset the cost of searches for the missing student. But forget about getting them on the BYU campus, where Wilberger would have been a sophomore this year. University policy forbids individual fund-raisers. While mercy may temper justice, it seems incapable of penetrating bureaucracy.
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