Judge so far refusing to declare Delray Beach mother missing at sea deadThe attorney for Lewis Bennett met with a probate judge for about 30 minutes Thursday morning. Bennett is married to Isabella Hellman. In May, he told investigators Hellman fell overboard when their catamaran hit something out in the Atlantic Ocean. The boat sank and Bennett was rescued. But Hellman was never found. The FBI is investigating her disappearance.
WEBVTT TED: AN UPDATE TO A MISSINGDELRAY BEACH WOMAN WHO VANISHEDAT SEA.AN ATTORNEY FOR ISABELLAHELLMAN'S HUSBAND IS ASKING AJUDGE TO OFFICIALLY DECLARE HERDEADTHAT ATTORNEY WAS IN FRONT OF APROBATE JUDGE THIS MORNING.THE HEARING LASTED ABOUT 30MINUTES.LEWIS BENNETT IS MARRIED TOISABELLA HELLMAN.IN MAY, HE TOLD INVESTIGATORSHELLMAN FELL OVERBOARD IN THECARIBBEAN WHEN THEIR CATAMARANHIT SOMETHING IN THE WATER.THE BOAT SANK AND BENNETT WASRESCUED.BUT HELLMAN WAS NEVER FOUND.THE FBI IS...
WEBVTT TED WHITE HAS THE STORY FROMWEST PALM BEACH.TED: WEST PALM BEACH POLICSEARCHED LONG AND HARD FOR THISTHE SEARCH IS FINALLY OVER, BUTA FAMILY IS GRIEVING.POLICE SEARCHED FOR RUFUSWASHINGTON LATE LAST NIGHT AFTERHIS WIFE REPORTED HIM MISSINGAROUND 11:00 P.M.WASHINGTON HAD SUFFERED FROMDEMENTIA AND HAD DISAPPEAREDBEFORE.WASHINGTON LEFT BY FOOT.THE BACK OF HIS HOME HAS A BODYOF WATER KNOWN AS CLEARLAKE.AROUND 12:20 THIS AFTERNOON,WEST PALM BEACH POLICE RECEIVEDA CALL.A PASSERBY TOLD...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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