JACKLEY ASKS TO UNSEAL MISSING GIRLS DOCUMENTS FROM 71 DISAPPEARANCE

JACKLEY ASKS TO UNSEAL MISSING GIRLS DOCUMENTS FROM 71 DISAPPEARANCE

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South Dakota’s attorney general wants to unseal three court documents from the now-closed criminal investigation of the 1971 disappearance of Pamela Jackson and Cheryl Miller of Vermillion.

The girls’ deaths were ruled an accident after their Studebaker drove off a gravel road and landed in a creek near Alcester.

Attorney General Marty Jackley filed a motion this week in Union County asking a judge to make public two search warrants and one affidavit supporting a search warrant.

The documents are from 2004 searches at the boyhood home in Union County of a man who was at one point charged with killing the girls.

That case is now closed.

The new motion asks that the names and other information on three victims, two of them minors, be redacted.

Associated Press