Columbia Teen Gabbiee Swainson body found

Sheriff Leon Lott: “The search for Gabbiee is over”

A man suspected of killing 16-year-old Gabbiee Swainson has told investigators where he buried her.

20130808-192221.jpg“He’s taken us there,” said Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott of Freddie Grant’s revelation. “He’s told us. He’s showed us. We’re pretty confident that we’ve found where Gabbiee is buried.”

Lott made the announcement Thursday evening at a 7 p.m. news conference. Deputies are currently at the scene in Elgin searching for Gabbiee’s remains. The area was searched when Gabbiee disappeared last August.

The teen, Gabbiee Swainson, vanished without a trace from her Northeast Columbia home on August 18, 2012 during a 3-4 hour period when her mother was at work. Elvia Swainson returned home that morning to find Gabbiee’s beeping alarm clock, but no sign of her daughter
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