Autopsy: Abducted Girl, 15, Shot Multiple Times 10-27-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Autopsy: Abducted Girl, 15, Shot Multiple Times 10-27-2010

A Michigan medical examiner has ruled that the death of a 15-year-old girl who was abducted was a homicide and that the man suspected of kidnapping her killed himself.
The Wayne County medical examiner's office says Thursday that 38-year-old Raymond R. Bush of Newport died of a single self-inflicted gunshot wound and that Taylor E. Manley was shot multiple times.
State Police Detective Sgt. George D. Pratt said Bush's ex-girlfriend told investigators he called her Wednesday morning and said he fatally shot Taylor and planned to kill himself. Their bodies were found Wednesday.
Clare County Sheriff John Wilson said Bush had been scheduled to appear Wednesday in 80th District Court, where he was charged with two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct.
Wilson said an arrest warrant was issued after Bush failed to appear.
Pratt said Bush's ex-girlfriend told investigators he called her Wednesday morning and said he fatally shot Taylor and planned to kill himself.
State police in Reed City issued an Amber Alert on Wednesday morning for Taylor E. Manley, saying she had been kidnapped and Bush was a suspect.
Troopers found the van Wednesday evening in a cemetery in the southeastern Michigan community of Newport, about 170 miles southeast of Reed City.
Police said Manley was living with her mother in Harrison when Bush previously assaulted her.
She later moved to her father's in Reed City, and on Wednesday aggravated stalking charges were filed against Bush.
Osceola County prosecutors said Bush was texting and calling Manley, despite being ordered to avoid any contact with her.

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