Murdered Teen Memorialized Online
After 16-year-old Stephanie Wagner's murdered body was found, her family and friends remained determined to keep her memory and her spirit alive. Stephanie's profile remains on MySpace, a social networking site, where friends and strangers alike can read about her life and post comments and memories on her message board.
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Last updated July 31, 2007
Nov 01, 2006
AMBER Alert Canceled, Teen Found Dead
Cass County Indiana police are canceling an AMBER alert issued for a missing teen after her murdered body was recovered a day after she went missing.
Deputies say Stephanie Wagner was last seen with her coworker, 55-year-old Danny Rouse.
Rouse is a convicted killer who served 26 years for murdering a five-year-old boy in Wichita, Kansas.
Reportedly, he had just gotten out of prison in March of this year.
So far, cops haven't charged Rouse with Stephanie's murder, but they say he is their only suspect.
Deputies say Rouse led authorities to Stephanie's body.
He is being held in the Cass County jail.
Teen's Memory Kept Alive Online
Stephanie's friends and family are keeping her memory alive by maintaining her profile on MySpace, a social networking site. The site allows both friends and strangers to see her profile, and post comments and memories on her message board.