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Milwaukee police end search for Evon Young's body

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WISN 12 ABC News
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February 15, 2013

Milwaukee police are ending their search of a Menomonee Falls landfill for the body of a homicide victim. Evon Young was killed on Jan. 1, and investigators believed that his remains were transported to the landfill. Police said detectives, landfill workers, a local excavating company and dog handlers conducted an exhaustive search under "challenging circumstances," but remains were not found. Investigators have found other physical evidence to support the charges issued by the district attorney's office, police said. Five men are charged with first-degree intentional homicide in Young's death. According to court documents, a group of men got into a fight in Young's kitchen on New Year's Day. One of the men told police they took Young to the basement of the home and killed him. According the documents, the men later threw Young's body into a trash bin. oung's mother, Annette Perry, told 12 News she just wanted her child back.