The body of a Montana math teacher who went missing last weekend when she left her house for a run has been found, and the FBI said Friday it had one man in custody and was questioning another in connection with her disappearance. Sidney Public School officials posted a statement online saying they learned of Sherry Arnold’s death Friday morning. No further information was available. FBI Special Agent in Charge David J. Johnson of Salt Lake City said a tip from the public led to the suspects. The popular 43-year-old math teacher from the oil boom town of Sidney near the North Dakota border had been missing since last Saturday morning/AP. More here.
Note to Self: "The story about the Montana teacher is disturbing. It is unfortunate that a woman cannot go out for a run without the fear of being abducted, raped and murdered. I worry about my wife running alone in the dark and she tells me I am paranoid, but stories like this confim my darkest fears."
Question (for HBO women): Do you take pecautions when you're hiking/jogging/walking/biking alone?