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Modesto, California / Missing Woman / Peterson Case / Press Conference #720312

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 24, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The police press conference in Modesto, California, about missing woman Laci Peterson† presented. [Amanda FREY††- admits she had a romantic relationship with Scott Peterson.] [Police SPOKESMAN - recounts Amber's contact with Modesto police; states Amber has been eliminated as a suspect in Laci's disappearance; answers reporters' questions about Frey & the investigation.] [Chief Roy WASDEN†- thanks the media for getting out the information on Laci, but more information about the investigation will not be given out; answers reporters' questions; states Scott has not been eliminated.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The press conference & Frey's statement summed up.

(Modesto: David Mattingly) Laci's disappearance updated; details given about her family. [Laci's brother Brent ROCHA†- states he will no longer support Scott.] [FREY - recounts meeting Scott Peterson in November.]

Brown, Aaron;
Mattingly, David

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