Ronald Lee Norman identified, 19 years later

Per this article, a twenty-year-old cold case has been solved with the identification of Ronald Norman, one of my Charley Project MPs. He was 42 when he disappeared from Detroit back in December 1991. He was brain-damaged and lived in an adult care home. His body was found floating in Lake Erie in the spring of 1992, but it remained unidentified until now. It looks like Ronald’s death was probably an accidental drowning. His twin brother who had been looking for him all this time, is very relieved to have answers now.

One thought on “Ronald Lee Norman identified, 19 years later

  1. Cattt March 5, 2011 / 6:27 am

    Wow, God Bless him and his family.

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