PORTLAND -- A Multnomah County grand jury investigating the disappearance of Kyron Horman could continue for months, according to information from the presiding judge.

KGW has learned that Judge Jean Kerr Maurer issued an order from August 20th through October 29th restricting any audio or visual recording of witnesses coming or going from the grand jury room. Maurer had issued a similar order in early August but it had since expired.

The grand jury proceedings had resumed Monday with representatives from the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office and other law enforcement officials testifying. Sources told KGW those interviews would likely continue through Tuesday and possibly Wednesday.

Prosecutors have been seeking and obtaining subpoenas, and presenting witnesses to the grand jury for many weeks as part of the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Kyron Horman, missing since June 4.

Grand jury proceedings are secret, but sources tell KGW that Kyron's parents, friends of Terri Horman including DeDe Spicher, and Skyline Elementary school employees have all appeared before the grand jury for this case.

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