Remains found in late June in a heavily forested area north of Tenmile have been positively identified as a 55-year-old Myrtle Creek woman who authorities say may have been a homicide victim. The remains of Deborah Natalie Schneider were identified through DNA analysis by the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday. The identification confirmed a tentative identification made after the remains were discovered by a person traveling on private forest land in the 800 block of Coos Bay Wagon Road on June 30. Schneider was reported missing in January 2011, after …
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