The brother of missing Georgia woman Kristi Cornwell has found his sister's body, almost 16 months after she disappeared. Cornwell’s body, partially buried and burned, was found nine miles from where police believe she was abducted. She was taken while talking to her boyfriend on the phone, telling him that a car was following her. All that was found at the scene were her glasses, shoes, and cell phone. Police believe Cornwell was killed by James Scott Carringer, who killed himself during a three-hour standoff with Atlanta police last spring. Carringer, who was wanted for the kidnapping and rape of a 19-year-old relative, as well as for being a person of interest in the botched abduction of a North Carolina woman, was within a two-mile radius of Cornwell the night she was abducted, according to cell phone records.