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"I don't know how they met," Jeff Loreno said yesterday from his home in California.
"Probably at the hair salon or around town." Kaye Thomas was just trying to do what was best for her daughter. At first, Loreno inquired about moving in with Barnum. She was 36 when she disappeared in 1994; she would have turned 45 last Friday, the day the Knoteks were arrested. Watson, born June 6, 1975, was Michelle Knotek's nephew and had been living with the couple during the same time as Loreno. Woodworth was known around town as a "strange" man who had several brushes with the law.
At the time, Loreno started dating a man whom her mother didn't like.
Loreno's mother also warned her daughter to stay away from Michelle Knotek, whom she had befriended, recalled Loreno's brother, Jeff.
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Over the weekend, police now say, they discovered Woodworth's remains in the couple's back yard.
But Loreno and Watson may never be found: David Knotek told police he burned their bodies and spread their ashes along a nearby beach, according to court documents.
The new twists in the case not only disturbed residents in this town of less than 3,000, but they also raised larger questions about the way police handle missing persons cases.