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Police Say No Foul Play Expected In Huston's Death

(Newberg, OR) -- Oregon police say they don't suspect foul play in the death of Jennifer Huston. Charlotte Clemmer says her husband found the body.
The mother of two was found dead yesterday in a remote rural area about 25 miles southwest of Portland. Huston's body was found close to her vehicle in the same clothes she was wearing the day she vanished. Newberg-Dundee Police Captain Jeff Kosmicki says investigators are sweeping the area for any evidence but would not release any other details of the scene.
Huston disappeared July 24th after telling her husband she was going to run errands. The police are not ruling out any suspects at this point in time.

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