S. Ore.: death at home of dead girl’s parents



ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — Douglas County sheriff’s detectives are investigating a death at the home of the parents of a southern Oregon girl who vanished in 1998 and whose remains were found in 2009.

A sheriff’s dispatcher who declined to give her name confirmed that one person was dead at the Canyonville-area home of Marty and Christine Condon. They are the parents of the slain girl, Stephanie Condon.

The sheriff’s office got a call about the case late Wednesday night. Law enforcement officers spent much of Thursday at the home.

The dispatcher said late Thursday she had no additional information.

An Associated Press call for comment to a detective’s voice mail was not immediately returned.

Roseburg police reportedly are helping in the investigation.

Stephanie Condon was 14 when she disappeared from a home where she was babysitting in rural Douglas County. Her remains were found in Glide in 2009. A jury acquitted the prime suspect in her death last April.