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Nick Garza Remembered

Dog handlers look over spot where two K-9s “Alerted” on Tuesday afternoon May 27th, 2008. Middlebury Police Chief Tom Hanley and Vermont State Police Lt. Jocelyn Stohl found what they suspected the body of the missing college student Nick Garza earlier in the day lodged underneath driftwood at this spot along Otter Creek, below the falls in Middlebury. A recovery operation followed.
photo by Mike Cameron
Dog handlers look over spot where two K-9s “Alerted” on Tuesday afternoon May 27th, 2008. Middlebury Police Chief Tom Hanley and Vermont State Police Lt. Jocelyn Stohl found what they suspected the body of the missing college student Nick Garza earlier in the day lodged underneath driftwood at this spot along Otter Creek, below the falls in Middlebury. A recovery operation followed.
Members of the Vermont State Police Search and Rescue team along with members of the Colchester Technical Rescue Team prepare to recover the body of Nicholas Garza from beneath floating debris in Otter Creek on Tuesday evening May 27th, 2008. Middlebury Police have led the investigation and search efforts into Nicholas Garza’s disappearance. The Garza case remains under investigation.
photo by Mike Cameron
Members of the Vermont State Police Search and Rescue team along with members of the Colchester Technical Rescue Team prepare to recover the body of Nicholas Garza from beneath floating debris in Otter Creek on Tuesday evening May 27th, 2008. Middlebury Police have led the investigation and search efforts into Nicholas Garza’s disappearance. The Garza case remains under investigation.
A driftwood memorial honors the memory of 19 year old Middlebury College freshman Nicholas Garza. Nick’s body was recovered a short distance from this spot below the Otter Creek falls in Middlebury on Tuesday evening May 27th, 2008. He had been missing since Feb. 5th, 2008.
The missing person investigation and the coordinated search efforts that began in the days after his disappearance were some of the most intensive in the state’s history.  The MiddleburyPolice Department was the  lead investigation team in the Garza case.
photo by Mike Cameron
A driftwood memorial honors the memory of 19 year old Middlebury College freshman Nicholas Garza. Nick’s body was recovered a short distance from this spot below the Otter Creek falls in Middlebury on Tuesday evening May 27th, 2008. He had been missing since Feb. 5th, 2008. The missing person investigation and the coordinated search efforts that began in the days after his disappearance were some of the most intensive in the state’s history. The MiddleburyPolice Department was the lead investigation team in the Garza case.

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