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   ROBINS KAPLAN HAD THE PRIVILEGE TO SERVE A YOUNG GIRL, CHLOE JENSEN.
Around November 11, 2015, Chloe’s mother, Adelle “Addie” Jensen, a 25-year-old woman from Minneapolis, went missing. Her on-again, off-again boyfriend and father of her daughter, Joshua Dow, was the primary suspect in her disappearance. When Dow was arrested on probable cause of murder, he confessed (and later pled guilty) to dismembering Addie’s body and disposing of it in the garbage. But he claimed he did not kill Addie. He is serving time for the dismemberment conviction concurrent with a 98-month sentence for a drug-related offense. Today, the investigation into Addie’s murder remains open.
 CHLOE
  THE PRIMARY SUSPECT IN THE CASE WAS A MAN NAMED JOSHUA DOW. CHLOE’S FATHER.
Through it all — from their daughter’s disappear- ance, to the frantic and desperate search to find her, to Dow’s arrest, and to his confession to dismembering her body — David and Cinda Jensen cared for their granddaughter, 3-year-old Chloe.
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