IN LOVING MEMORY
SARAH MICHELLE LUNDE
According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, over the weekend Sarah went on an overnight trip to a mission camp with a youth group from the First Apostolic Church in Ruskin, Florida. Her mother went out of town, not expecting Sarah home until Sunday evening.
But deputies say Sarah showed up at the family home, where she lives with her mother and three brothers, around 9pm Saturday.
Sarah asked her brother Alan to get her something to eat. Investigators say he left for a restaurant and then hung out with friends until about 4am. When he got home, he says Sarah was gone.
When her mother, Kelly May, got home Sunday. She says she assumed Sarah was spending the night with a friend. May showed up at Beth Shields Middle School Monday to see if Sarah had made it to class, and reported her missing when she learned no one had seen her.
April 16th, 2005 her body was discovered in a nearby creek.
A registered sex offender confessed to killing a 13-year-old girl who disappeared a week ago, saying he broke into her house and choked her to death, the sheriff said Sunday.
David Onstott, 36, was charged with first-degree murder Sunday, a day after investigators found Sarah Lunde’s body in an abandoned fish pond, Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee said.
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