April 2, 2005
HPD Continues Probe into Death of Ohio Woman; Police Seek ‘Person of Interest’
HNN Photo Archive Imageby Tony Rutherford
Huntington News Network Writer

Huntington (HNN) — Huntington police Friday, April 1, 2005, continued their investigation into the death of Angela Schneider, 29, of Chesapeake, Ohio. Detective Chris Sperry indicated that “several subjects” are being interviewed in an attempt to “get the facts” surrounding Schneider’s death. Sperry could not comment on the cause of death at this time, but a police incident report labeled the death as a homicide.
Det. Sperry explained that Dale McCallister, 31, has been labeled a “person of interest.” McCallister may be driving a late 1980s or 1990s red Chevrolet Camaro with black tint covers over the tail lights. The woman’s body was found March 31 at 7:15 a.m. by Harold Fijnvandra, who was driving ahead of ROTC cadets on a road march in a section of Kennon Hills near Beuhring Drive. According to one cadet, the red-haired, 85 lbs. woman was nude except for her socks.
The police report indicated that her body was located about 70 yards from the entrance of Beuhring Drive. Anyone with information is asked to contact H.P.D. at 696-4420.
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