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ALASKA CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
Sitka, AK On June 4, 1996, Robert Meyer, a Sitka businessman phoned the Alaska Coast Guard to report an "accident and two fatalities." Meyer said that his wife and teenage daughter had fallen overboard when their 48-foot boat caught fire during a fishing trip in Salisbury Sound.

Divers searched the area, but the two women were not found.
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R. McPherron Sergeant Randy McPherron of Alaska State Troopers led an investigation into the Meyer case which included the FBI and the Sitka Police Department.

In August, 1996, investigators in Delta located the burned boat and filmed it from the submersible. They later retrieved the boat's engines and other evidence that were used to bring criminal charges against Meyer.
Sgt. R. McPherron, AK State Troopers  
Delta Submersible For more information:

See reports by Eric Fry in
THE JUNEAU EMPIRE,
January 20, 1999 and
January 24, 1999
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