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Duckett Investigators Talk To Experts In Korean Adoptions

Case Once Again Makes National Headlines
POSTED: 7:28 pm EST January 30, 2007

OCALA, Fla. -- WESH 2's interview with the lead investigator in the case of a missing Lake County toddler is sparking new information.

WESH 2 anchor Wendy Chioji interviewed Maj. Chris Blair of the Marion County Sheriff's Office on Monday, and detectives said they are still following up on phone calls and tips that continue to come in.

The case of Trenton Duckett, who was reported missing from his mother's Leesburg apartment on Aug. 27, has once again gained national attention....


Previous Stories:
January 29, 2007: Lead Investigator: 'We Think Trenton Is Alive'
January 25, 2007: Duckett's Former Co-Worker Provides Clues About Korea
January 24, 2007: Trenton Duckett's Father Gives New Items To Detectives
January 24, 2007: Duckett Search Takes Investigators to Death Row
January 16, 2007: Team Trenton Receives Gift From Website Bloggers
January 14, 2007: Duckett's Autopsy Reports Confirm Suicide
November 30, 2006: Police: Trenton Duckett's Mom May Have Handed Him Off
November 21, 2006: Missing Boy's Family Sues CNN, Nancy Grace, Boy's Father
November 17, 2006: Police Consider Second Wendy's Witness In Duckett Case
November 16, 2006: New Tip Helps Police Fill In Timeline In Duckett Case
November 15, 2006: Police Think Trenton Duckett Is Alive