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Mother of murder victim Charli Scott seeks closure for her daughter

  • BRYAN BERKOWITZ / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Kimberlyn Scott, mother of Charli Scott, will get to view the remains of her daughter for the first time since her murder in a memorial arranged to be held at noon Sunday outside the Maui County Police Department Forensic Facility in Wailuku. Scott stood Monday in front of the Maui Police Department, where her daughter’s remains are being held as evidence.

    BRYAN BERKOWITZ / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Kimberlyn Scott, mother of Charli Scott, will get to view the remains of her daughter for the first time since her murder in a memorial arranged to be held at noon Sunday outside the Maui County Police Department Forensic Facility in Wailuku. Scott stood Monday in front of the Maui Police Department, where her daughter’s remains are being held as evidence.

  • COURTESY OF SCOTT FAMILY
                                Charli Scott

    COURTESY OF SCOTT FAMILY

    Charli Scott

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                                Steven Capobianco

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    Steven Capobianco

There is so little left, but Kimberlyn Scott is desperate to claim it all: the jawbone violently split in two, the tips of five fingers, a piercing with a bit of flesh attached, an unidentified piece of bone possibly from the upper palate, a clutch of that telltale red hair. Read more

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