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OMI still working to identify remains found at northern NM compound

OMI still working to identify remains found at northern NM compound

Joshua Panas
August 09, 2018 06:01 PM

AMALIA, N.M. - The Office of the Medical Investigator issued a statement Thursday, which said they are still working to identify the remains found at a compound in Taos County.

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The Taos County Sheriff suspects the remains are those of missing Georgia boy Abdul-ghani Wahhaj.

His father, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, is one of the suspects arrested after last Friday's raid. He was wanted for abducting the child in December.

Wahhaj and the four other adults arrested at the compound will return to court Monday.

One suspect, Jany Leveille, was supposed to have her hearing Friday, but it was postponed.

All five suspects face child abuse charges. The prosecutor wants them held in jail until their trial.

The 11 children who were rescued from the compound are in foster care

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