FBI digging at Grain Valley property where remains of missing woman found

FBI digging at Grain Valley property where remains of missing woman found
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Aerial views of a Grain Valley, Missouri, property show law enforcement vehicles and FBI agents surrounding a new dig site at a home with an outbuilding in the 4000 block of Buckner Tarsney Road in unincorporated Grain Valley.This is the location where Independence police said they located the remains of Kensie Renee Aubry, who was reported missing in October 2020.The FBI confirmed they are on the location in support of an “ongoing local law enforcement matter.” The Independence Police Department said “investigators are at the location this morning as this is an active investigation. More information will be released as it becomes available.”Court documents show the property belongs to Michael Hendricks, 40.Hendricks was charged in June with enticement or attempted enticement of a child less than 15 years old, child molestation of a child less than 14 years old and sexual misconduct.Court records also revealed that a woman claiming to be Hendrick’s girlfriend, named Maggie Ybarra, allegedly told an underage girl that Hendricks had killed a woman and disposed of the body.Police were led to the home after key testimony from a girl in her early teens who was allegedly sexually abused by the defendants.Ybarra faces seven felony counts of child sex crimes and other charges. Hendricks faces three sex crimes.According to court documents, the teen told police, “Maggie showed her photographs on a cellphone of a female with her hands tied, naked and gagged.”The teen said Ybarra, Hendricks and the woman “were all sleeping together and Ybarra said that Hendricks ‘choked her to death’ and put her in the freezer,” court records said.The teen was shown pictures of the woman’s body and was told where the body was.Detectives took cadaver dogs to Hendricks’ home in Grain Valley, where dogs located blood on a circular saw and in a bathroom located in the outbuilding/helicopter hanger.In court documents, Ybarra told police that she was a past drug user and prostitute and that her boyfriend and boss was Hendricks. The two had known each other for a year and a half.Neither has been charged yet in the homicide case, but court records indicate they are “the target of a homicide investigation.”Hendricks is a software developer and network design engineer. He runs a local company that employs 25 people.

Aerial views of a Grain Valley, Missouri, property show law enforcement vehicles and FBI agents surrounding a new dig site at a home with an outbuilding in the 4000 block of Buckner Tarsney Road in unincorporated Grain Valley.

This is the location where Independence police said they located the remains of Kensie Renee Aubry, who was reported missing in October 2020.

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The FBI confirmed they are on the location in support of an “ongoing local law enforcement matter.” The Independence Police Department said “investigators are at the location this morning as this is an active investigation. More information will be released as it becomes available.”

Court documents show the property belongs to Michael Hendricks, 40.

Hendricks was charged in June with enticement or attempted enticement of a child less than 15 years old, child molestation of a child less than 14 years old and sexual misconduct.

Court records also revealed that a woman claiming to be Hendrick’s girlfriend, named Maggie Ybarra, allegedly told an underage girl that Hendricks had killed a woman and disposed of the body.

Police were led to the home after key testimony from a girl in her early teens who was allegedly sexually abused by the defendants.

Ybarra faces seven felony counts of child sex crimes and other charges. Hendricks faces three sex crimes.

According to court documents, the teen told police, “Maggie showed her photographs on a cellphone of a female with her hands tied, naked and gagged.”

The teen said Ybarra, Hendricks and the woman “were all sleeping together and Ybarra said that Hendricks ‘choked her to death’ and put her in the freezer,” court records said.

The teen was shown pictures of the woman’s body and was told where the body was.

Detectives took cadaver dogs to Hendricks’ home in Grain Valley, where dogs located blood on a circular saw and in a bathroom located in the outbuilding/helicopter hanger.

In court documents, Ybarra told police that she was a past drug user and prostitute and that her boyfriend and boss was Hendricks. The two had known each other for a year and a half.

Neither has been charged yet in the homicide case, but court records indicate they are “the target of a homicide investigation.”

Hendricks is a software developer and network design engineer. He runs a local company that employs 25 people.

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