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Call sparks false lead; Ethington still missing

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By Lisa King

Although no new information has surfaced about Maxine Ethington, who has been missing for nearly two weeks, police investigated a lead Wednesday that did not pan out, according to Shelbyville Police Chief Robert Schutte.

"We received a call at 2:21 in the afternoon from a gentleman in the cemetery who thought he saw something in the creek," he said.

The chief explained that the caller had been visiting Grove Hill Cemetery and saw what he thought could be a vehicle in the creek. But when police arrived and checked it out, it turned out to be an abandoned shopping cart.


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