Dismembered stays of blank Illinois lady identified 12 years after find – WLS
March 23, 2016 - Picnic Time
A woman’s dismembered physique that was found during an Interstate 70 rest stop scarcely 12 years ago in eastern Missouri has been identified, military in Illinois and Missouri pronounced Tuesday.
The Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis identified a plant as Deanna Denise Howland of Alton, Illinois. She was also famous as Deanna Denise Barker, Deanna Denise Kinnear and Deanna Denise Froehl. She would have been 35 during a time of her disappearance.
A highway upkeep workman who was pleat trees found Howland’s headless torso on Jun 28, 2004, in a cruise area during a rest stop nearby Wright City, Missouri, about 45 miles west of St. Louis. Police trust a physique was dumped during a rest area after Howland was killed elsewhere.
Major Jeff Connor of a Madison County Sheriff’s Office pronounced that Howland, who had worked as a prostitute, was disloyal from her family and usually recently was reported missing.
DNA samples supposing by members of Howland’s family helped brand her remains, that had appendectomy and cesarean territory scars.
Authorities are seeking anyone with information about Howland’s genocide to hit a sheriff’s departments in Warren County or Madison County, Illinois.