Leighty Waives Hearing, Cadaver Dogs Hit on Remains
Cadaver dogs have “hit” on several points of interest at a Warriors Mark farm where police believe a missing Altoona woman may be buried.
The Huntingdon County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday that excavation crews have begun digging in several areas of the 150 acre property owned by Kenneth Leighty. Cadaver dogs brought in to assist with the search have detected human remains.
Sherry Leighty went missing in 1999. Altoona Police recently re-opened the case and the focus has been on Kenneth Leighty, Sherry’s father-in-law. He was arrested on Friday for allegedly shoving a State Police trooper and a city police detective after becoming angry while being questioned.
Kenneth Leighty waived his preliminary hearing Wednesday in Blair County Court and remains in jail on $250,000 bail.
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