Police confirmed on Thursday that the remains found buried on the rural Kentucky property belonged to Savannah Spurlock who vanished after leaving a bar with three men on January 4. The body of missing Kentucky mother of four, Savannah Spurlock was found naked, bound, bundled into trash bags and buried in a shallow grave behind property belonging to the parents of the man now charged in connection to her disappearance. David Sparks, 23, appeared in Garrard District Court this morning for a preliminary hearing at which these and other disturbing new details emerged. Savannah, 23, was last seen on the night of January 4, leaving a bar in Lexington, Kentucky with three men - one of whom was Sparks. Sparks arrived in court, small, lean shackled and handcuffed. Cecil Spurlock had arrived clutching a photograph of himself with his daughter.
Savannah Spurlock's body was found naked and bound in trash bags thrown in a shallow grave
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By Leigh Mcmanus For Mailonline. Men 'hit on' a naked woman depicted in a 19th century painting after an image of the artwork was shared on Facebook. British freelance journalist Kitty Wenham came across the picture of William-Adolphe Bouguereau's painting 'After The Bath' on the World Paintings Facebook group and spotted the amorous messages left in the comments section of the post. Another wrote: 'Hello sexy dear friend how are you.
Two men passed out in a car in Abbotsford early Monday morning were found to be in a stolen vehicle and one had an outstanding warrant, police say. Abbotsford Police Sgt. Judy Bird said police, fire and ambulance personnel were dispatched just after midnight to the parking lot of the No Frills grocery store in the area of Marshall and Riverside roads in east Abbotsford. When crews arrived, the two men were conscious, but were suspected to be impaired by drugs.