(FORT HALL, ID) — The search continues for a missing Pocatello woman presumed to be dead. A joint team from the Bannock and Bingham County sheriff’s offices, as well as Fort Hall Tribal Police, spent much of the day Thursday excavating an undisclosed area on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. The woman’s confessed killer, Boede Paul, reportedly told police the general area where he buried the victim’s body. Paul was later killed in a shootout with police after a six-hour standoff. Angelea Schultz, a mother of two, was last seen Jan. 6.
Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com
Seth Fiegerman, CNN