Monday, October 20, 2008 --- 11 a.m.
KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) -- A grave in Kenosha is being exhumed in the search for a missing Milwaukee woman.
Kathy Whitt, a counselor at the Sunset Ridge Cemetery, says the work began Monday morning.
Exhuming the grave of Eddie Davis is part of the search for Becky Marzo who was 23 years old when she disappeared in December 2003.
Marzo's mother, Karren Kraemer, had accused Marzo's boyfriend, Carl Rodgers Jr., of killing her. She thinks her remains might have been buried with or underneath Davis, who died about the same time.
The owner of the Kenosha funeral home that handled Davis' death was the uncle of Carl Rogers Jr.
Rodgers died last year of an apparent suicide, but he and his family have always denied the accusations.
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