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The daughter of former Omaha, Nebraska, Mayor Jim Suttle was found dead on Saturday after going missing Jan. 27, family members said.
Cops located Amber Tjaden’s black 2019 Jaguar F-Pace SUV on an unplowed road in rural Otoe County on Friday after a days-long search, the Omaha World-Herald reported. A body was found nearby.
“They have found a car, and they have found a person which we believe is going to turn out to be Amber,” Jim Suttle told KMTV, a local CBS affiliate.
Tjaden, 48, was reported missing by her adult daughter after an argument with her husband, according to reports.
Her husband, Matthew Tjaden, was arrested two days later on charges of child neglect and suspicion of flight to avoid arrest, the World-Herald said. He posted bail on Monday and has been cooperating with law enforcement, according to the paper.
Amber Tjaden had previously filed protection orders against her husband in February and July 2015, accusing him of paranoid behavior, punching walls and threatening to kill her and her father, according to the report. Both protection orders were later dismissed.
Jim Suttle, a Democrat, served as mayor of Omaha from 2009 to 2013.
The deceased, of Weeping Water in Cass County, worked as a community college teacher and administrator. Her mother was former Nebraska Sate Sen. Deb Suttle, the World-Herald said.
“She loved teaching and helping shape the lives of young people, she loved to make a difference,” Tjaden’s adult daughter Savannah Suttle posted on Facebook on Saturday.
“All of the social media attention is what helped get her car identified and get her found,” the post read. “Remember this the next time you see a post for a missing person – spreading the word as much as possible really does help.”
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