ORANGE, Calif. (AP) -- Police say they have located the body of the girlfriend of a Southern California man who led police on a chase that shut down a busy freeway for an hour.
Orange police arrested 31-year-old Shazer Fernando Limas early Friday following the chase and later charged him in the deaths of his girlfriend and the couple's two young boys. Detectives found evidence in his apartment indicating that the victims were killed about three weeks ago and the bodies were dumped elsewhere.
Orange police Sgt. Dan Adams says detectives contacted the Los Angeles County Coroner's office to ask whether they had any unidentified female bodies.
Detectives learned that county workers found a body that appeared to have stab wounds on April 25 in La Puente. Adams says authorities confirmed Friday night that the body belonged to Fernando Limas' girlfriend, Arlet Hernandez Contreras.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- The FBI says two bodies have been found in Mississippi during the search for a missing Tennessee woman and her three children, but the identities are not known.
FBI spokesman Joel Siskovic said the bodies were found late Friday night or early Saturday morning in Guntown, Miss., in a residence associated with the man charged with abducting Jo Ann Bain and her children. The spokesman wouldn't say if the bodies were children.
The missing girls are 8-year-old Kyliyah Bain, 12-year-old Alexandria and 14-year-old Adrienne. They were last seen April 27 in Tennessee.
Siskovic says 35-year-old Adam Mayes is suspected of abducting them and is considered armed and dangerous. He's been described as a family friend, and authorities are still trying to determine if Jo Ann Bain went with Mayes willingly.
He was last seen Tuesday in Guntown.
Authorities had said that Mayes could be in Mississippi but that he has ties to other states.
The FBI and U.S. Marshals Service are offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information that leads to the location of the missing victims and the arrest of Mayes.
ELLICOTT CITY, Md. (AP) -- A Maryland Episcopal church where a disgruntled gunman opened fire says a priest who was critically wounded remains in critical condition but is not expected to survive.
St. Peter's Episcopal Church released a statement Saturday saying the Rev. Mary-Marguerite Kohn, co-rector of the parish, is on life support to assist her family's intentions to donate her organs.
Parish Warden Craig Stuart-Paul says the 62-year-old Kohn never turned away a person in need. He says even in death, she is giving life through her organs.
Brenda Brewington, a church secretary, also was fatally shot Friday. Police say a disgruntled homeless man shot the women after he was turned away from the church's food bank and became angry. Douglas F. Jones then killed himself in the woods where he lived nearby.
TUCSON, Arizona (AP) -- Tucson police say they still haven't eliminated any possibilities as the search for a missing first-grader enters its third week.
Police spokesman Lt. Fabian Pacheco (puh-CHAY'-koh) said at a Saturday media briefing that investigators looking into the disappearance of 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis (SEHL'-uhs) have fielded about 900 leads since she was last seen.
Pacheco says police don't have any reason to believe Isabel isn't alive.
Sergio and Becky Celis say they last saw their youngest child in her room the night of April 20 and discovered her missing the next morning.
Pacheco says detectives are still looking at every possibility and that no one is a focus of the investigation. No one has been eliminated, either.
About 15 to 20 detectives and analysts are working through the weekend on the case.