A look at key events in the 4 1/2 years since Bayfield teenager Dylan Redwine was killed.
Nov. 18, 2012: Dylan Redwine arrives in Durango from Colorado Springs after 6th Judicial District Judge David Dickinson issued a court order granting Mark Redwine, Dylan’s father, visitation rights during the Thanksgiving holiday. Dylan sends his mother, Elaine, a text message that says he has arrived. Elaine Hatfield Hall tells The Durango Herald that Dylan’s text message ended with an emoticon that was interpreted as a scowl. Photo courtesy of Redwine family
Nov. 19, 2012: According to Dylan’s friends, he was to meet them at 6:30 a.m. in Bayfield. His friends say he did not show up. His friend Ryan Nava texted Dylan to ask where he was and asks him to contact someone to let him know where he is. Ryan’s text’s are in green. Mark Redwine says he left his house to run errands in Durango around 7:30 a.m. This is the last time he saw Dylan. At 6 p.m., Mark Redwine calls police to report Dylan missing. Shortly after, La Plata County Search and Rescue begins searching for Dylan in areas near County Road 500, where his father lives, north of Vallecito Reservoir. Durango Herald file photo
Nov. 22-24, 2012: Two search teams of 30 volunteers each canvass Vallecito Reservoir and Forest Lakes areas, handing out fliers and searching abandoned buildings. That included Dylan’s friends Ryan Nava, 13, left, Fernando Stubbs, 14, center, and Lesley Herring, 15. Two days later, nearly 200 community volunteers and law-enforcement personnel, including a helicopter from the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office, La Plata County Mounted Patrol, La Plata County Search and Rescue teams and two K-9 search and rescue teams, go door to door and search the forest in Vallecito and Bayfield. Law-enforcement teams with cadaver dogs search Vallecito Reservoir. The dogs “hit” on several spots near the dam while aboard a watercraft. File photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald
Nov. 25-27, 2017: A dive team from New Mexico State Police searches the area targeted by cadaver dogs near the dam at Vallecito Reservoir. A day later, three law-enforcement boats equipped with sonar trace patterns search three points on Vallecito Reservoir near the dam that cadaver dogs on Nov. 24 indicated were points of interest. Authorities refocus the search for Dylan. A task force with members from the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office, Durango Police Department, FBI and Colorado Bureau of Investigation makes door-to-door visits in the area. Elaine Hatfield Hall tells ABC News Radio she is afraid Mark Redwine had something to do with Dylan’s disappearance. She also says her ex-husband was upset that she had received primary custody of the teenager. Durango Herald file photo
Nov. 27-28, 2012: Friends and family hold a vigil for Dylan, and Mark Redwine makes his first public appearance. Mark Redwine tells The Durango Herald that he does not think Dylan ran away because he had nothing to run away from. La Plata County Sheriff’s Office sends a news release saying they ruled out that Dylan ran away. Durango Herald file photo
Nov. 29, 2012: La Plata County Sheriff’s Office executes a search warrant at Mark Redwine’s house on County Road 500. Durango Herald file photo
Feb. 26-27, 2013: Mark Redwine and Elaine Hatfield Hall appear on “The Dr. Phil Show” for the first time. May 20, 2015: Mark Redwine, Hall and Dylan’s older brother, Cory Redwine, appear on “Dr. Phil “again. March 22, 2016: Hall appears a third time on “Dr. Phil” to provide an update on the case. Durango Herald file photo
June 27, 2013: Colorado Bureau of Investigation confirms identification of Dylan’s remains.
June 28, 2013: Community members holds a candlelight vigil after news that authorities found Dylan’s remains. Elaine Hatfield Hall receives comfort from vigil attendees. Durango Herald file photo
June 29, 2015: Elaine Hatfield Hall files wrongful death lawsuit against Mark Redwine. It was later dismissed by District Judge William Herringer because it was after the two-year statute of limitations, which is controlled by the boy’s date of death. Durango Herald file photo
Aug. 19, 2015: La Plata County Sheriff’s Office announces it has identified Mark Redwine as a person of interest in Dylan’s death. It also cleared Elaine Hatfield Hall, brother Cory Redwine and Hall’s husband, Mike Hall, of any involvement in Dylan’s disappearance and death. The coroner also reclassified Dylan’s manner of death from undetermined to homicide. Durango Herald file photo
Sept. 12, 2015: Authorities find several “items of interest” during a search for clues along a stretch of Middle Mountain Road. Photo courtesy of La Plata County Sheriff’s Office
July 11, 2016: A five-day search for evidence connected with the death of Dylan uncovers items of interest. Items were found within a 1-mile by 1-mile area in the upper portion of Middle Mountain, above Vallecito Reservoir, where some of Dylan’s remains were found in June 2013. Photo courtesy of La Plata County Sheriff’s Office
July 22, 2017: Mark Redwine is arrested in Bellingham, Wash., after a grand jury indictment. He is charged with second-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death. He will be extradited to La Plata County jail after an initial hearing Monday in Whatcom County.