An American man who was held in Aruba for nearly four months in connection with the disappearance of his traveling companion insisted Thursday he had nothing to do with her vanishing but said it will "weigh heavily on me for a very long time."
Aruba's general prosecutor vowed Monday that investigators will keep working "to get to the bottom" of what happened to a Maryland woman last seen in early August, even after the only person held in connection with the disappearance likely leaves the Caribbean island.
A hearing will be held Wednesday for the lone person suspected in connection with the disappearance of his traveling companion in Aruba -- one day after the suspect is expected to leave the Caribbean nation, Aruba's solicitor general said Saturday.
A judge in Aruba Friday rejected a prosecution request to hold U.S. citizen Gary Giordano for 30 additional days in connection with the disappearance of his traveling companion, Robyn Gardner, his attorney told CNN Friday.
An Aruban judge on Friday ordered Gary Giordano to remain in custody for another 30 days as authorities continue their investigation into the disappearance and presumed death of a Maryland woman, Aruba's public prosecutor announced.
A three-judge Aruban panel on Wednesday denied American Gary Giordano's appeal of a ruling keeping him behind bars for another 60 days as authorities investigate the disappearance of his American traveling companion, his attorney said.