It’s been just over four months since the earthquake in Haiti and just over three months since ten Baptist missionaries were detained there on child trafficking charges. Now the last of those missionaries has been reunited with her family in Idaho. Boise State Public Radio’s Adam Cotterell was at the airport when Laura Silsby arrived.
Here’s the scene. A hiker in the Foothills finds a human bone. Police are called in. They’ll have to figure out whom the bone belongs to and if foul play was involved. You can imagine with just a bone, that’s no easy task. Many times, law enforcement use forensic dogs. On this week’s Off The Trail, Samantha Wright explains how this specialized job works.