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Wesley Mathews reported his daughter missing Oct. 7, and Sherin's body was found by cadaver dogs in a culvert under a road in Richardson, Texas, on Sunday.
Also on Tuesday, Richardson police confirmed that the body of a child found in a culvert less than a mile from the Mathews home on Sunday was Sherin’s.
With help from a San Diego police helicopter crew and sheriff’s deputies, officers led by a dog found the suspect laying in a culvert not far away, Sullivan said.
Her vehicle left the road and struck a tree and culvert, and came to a stop in a creek bed, officials said.
According to the complaint, the car drove over a resident's yard, down a culvert then up the other side, going airborne before crashing into some brush.
The sheet piling will be driven using a non-impact, non-vibrating, press-in method, similar to what has been used in building parts of the city's new Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control, or SELA, culverts.
The parking operator also removed a culvert that had prevented flooding of adjacent properties and paved 11 acres, which included wetlands.
Richardson Police are still waiting Tuesday for confirmation that the body of a small child found Sunday morning in a culvert about half a mile from the Mathews' home is Sherin.
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