Polls about the prevalence of sexting, lists of cheap date ideas and cheesy pick-up lines appeared next to more serious pieces like a Q&A with a police officer on dating violence and interviews with teachers who met their spouses in high school.There were many personal essays and first-hand accounts of dating highs and lows from Plainfield students.Allen's Facebook page was no longer visible to the public by late Friday morning, but not before Indy Star opened the post and viewed the comments.Mays said Allen posted snippets of stories without context and the publication staff stands by its work."We didn't think there was anything to be ashamed of," she said.Users are forewarned that it is incumbent upon them to verify information with the responsible state agency or the local law enforcement agency.Information displayed on this site provides no representation as to any offender's possibility of future crimes.Persons who use information contained on this website to threaten, intimidate, or harass any individual, including registrants or family members may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability under state of federal law.
Case Date: 09/04/1988 Age: 18 Sex: Female Race: Caucasian County: Daviess Location of Crime: Oak Grove Rd., Washington, Indiana Circumstances: In the early morning hours of September 5, 1988, the burned body of Rebecca Harvey was found in her boyfriend's burned home on Oak Grove Road in Washington, Indiana. Harvey had been doused with gasoline and set ablaze.
Her boyfriend, Steven Hendricks was also reported missing and is believed to be a victim of foul play.
Plainfield High School students published a robust dating guide filled with articles about safe dating, break-ups and first kisses.
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