Nash County Sheriff(EDGECOMBE COUNTY, N.C.) — The body of a missing North Carolina nurse who vanished over the weekend has been found and investigators believe foul play was “definitely” involved in her death.Authorities had been searching for emergency room nurse and mother of two, Diana Alejandra Keel, 38, who was reported missing by her 18-year-old daughter on Saturday, according to the Nash County Sheriff’s Office.Her car was left parked at her home in Nashville, the sheriff’s office said.Keel’s husband, Lynn Keel, said he last saw his wife on Friday and is now a person of interest in the case, officials said.Lynn Keel was brought into the sheriff’s office for questioning and to help identify Keel’s body, which was discovered Tuesday in Edgecombe County. Sheriff’s officials said foul play was “definitely” involved.“This is a homicide investigation at this time. I don’t want to get into elaborating too much on the specifics of the case because we’re doing investigations as of right now …. the cause of death was the act of someone,” Nash County Sheriff Keith Stone said during a press conference on Wednesday. “There’s a killer on the loose.”He said there were other “persons of interest” in the case, but he declined to release their names. Her husband was released after questioning and has not been charged.Investigators executed search warrants on both of the Keels’ cars, officials said.The Keels have a 10-year-old son, who was staying with his grandmother as Lynn Keel met with investigators Tuesday, officials said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » A Kentucky federal judge sentenced former credit union executive Josephine M. Crowe Monday to 11 years in prison for stealing more than $3 million from the Louisville Metro Police Officer’s Credit Union that led to its liquidation.U.S. District Court Judge Joseph McKinley also ordered Crowe to pay restitution of $3,049,025. Reportedly, however, the NCUA wrote off 247 member accounts for a total loss of $3.8 million.The 46-year-old former vice president and loan officer pleaded guilty in July to one felony count of financial institution fraud and one felony count of aggravated identity theft.Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephanie Zimdahl noted in a sentencing memo to the court that the staggering loss of the credit union failed to capture the full impact of the emotional distress and hardship that Crowe’s crime caused to members and the local community.