A North Carolina woman was arrested for cold labor at the age of 15 on Thursday after a detailed tip on a Facebook crime page led investigators to a shallow grave at a woman's property in the small town of Spring Spring.  Kimberly Hancock, 49, is accused of first-degree murder in the death of her ex-daughter-in-law, Deborah Elaine Deans, who disappeared in 2004.
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"Remains were found according to the package description and how the body was buried," Sheriff Keith Stone told Raleigh WRAL-TV.
The body has not yet been identified, but Stone said there was "a great opportunity", that is Deans.
"Not a good result," Stone says, according to WRAL, "but it puts families to rest to know at least where their loved ones are."
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Hancock was charged with murder in 1989 for the murder of his father, who was allegedly a rapist but received a suspended sentence, WTVD reports.
Deans, who was 29 at the time she disappeared, was a 4-year-old mother.
The Dean was last seen in the area where the body was found.