CLEVELAND - Amanda Dean went missing five years ago from the township of Collins, located in Huron County. Amanda was the victim of domestic abuse and was living with the abuser at the time of her disappearance. Amanda's family has not gotten answers from Huron County Sheriff Todd Corbin. For the past five years, Corbin told the family Amanda was at a safe house and not missing.
Two weeks ago, wanting answers, Dean's family wrote a demand letter to the sheriff's office, demanding more information about Amanda. But Huron County Sheriff Todd Corbin could not give the family any answers. The family turned to the Attorney General's Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI). Cleveland Missing and John T. Majoy, the Chief of Police of the Newburgh Heights Police Department, assisted the Dean Family in getting Amanda's case taken to the BCI.
Police Chief John T. Majoy says the investigation starts from the beginning, so any information is helpful.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Amanda Dean, call Ohio BCI (855-224-6446)
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