Jessie Bardwell, 27, a beloved daughter and friend seemingly vanished from the Texas home she shared with her boyfriend, Jason Lowe. Fearing the worst, her father traveled from Mississippi to Texas to start the search for his daughter. Jessie's body was later found in a remote spot of farmland wrapped in a sheet. Police suspected murder, but was it? "This story is about a young girl," Richardson, Texas. Detective Eric Willadsen tells "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher. "Thinks she finds love and it turns out he's pure evil." Jessie was fun-loving and outgoing, say friends and family. She lived in Orange Beach, Ala., where she worked at a local hotspot. Then she fell for Lowe. To the surprise of her family, one day she moved to Texas. Turned out she was following Lowe, who had landed a job in Dallas. She suddenly disappeared in May 2016. "I knew she was dead," Jessie's father, Gary Bardwell, tells Maher. Bardwell said he had nightmare before his daughter disappeared. … [Read more...] about Jessie Bardwell case: Was Texas woman’s death an accident or murder?
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Pacific Daily News Published 7:50 p.m. UTC Jun 15, 2018 The prosecution asked to drop charges against the man whose Jeep struck a woman who later died, and the man has since been discharged in the case. Edwin Baido was charged through a magistrate's complaint on June 4, after his Jeep struck a woman crossing the road on Route 1 near American Grocery in Dededo. The woman, Melinda Sue Duenas, died in the early morning hours the next day while in surgery, her family confirmed. The court complaint states Duenas was crossing with her boyfriend who said Duenas flew about 15 feet after she was struck. Baido also told officers he had four of five beers that night, the court complaint states. More: John Ogo charged in alleged 911 shooting threat More: T Jay Faisup charged after cars damaged at Hemlani's apartments More: Amount of unreported income disputed in tax evasion case of Mario Cortez A witness said he saw the crash and he saw Baido and … [Read more...] about Man who struck woman with car near American Grocery discharged from case
Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Newsletter Podcasts TV Radio Video Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 Local 2 GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Entertainment Money Home/Family Health Food Pets Tech Travel Beauty & Style Auto VideoBytes Press Releases Main GPD: driver whose car hit woman was under the influence Posted: Jun 05, 2018 5:31 PM Tuesday, June 5, 2018 5:31 PM EDTUpdated: Tuesday, June 5, 2018 3:31 AM EDTBy Jason [email protected] The tragic death of Melinda Sue Duenas, the mother of five who died from injuries after being hit by a car in Dededo this past weekend was determined to be an accident, so says the island's chief medical examiner - but the driver was under the influence when the incident occurred. Initial police investigation indicate Duenas was trying to cross the road towards American Grocery, when a Jeep traveling struck her. The driver of that vehicle, 66-year-old Edwin Baido, was arrested and … [Read more...] about GPD: driver whose car hit woman was under the influence
A baby boy has been born to a surrogate mother four years after his parents died in a car crash, Chinese media has reported. Shen Jie and Liu Xi died in Nanjing in 2013, but had already frozen several embryos hoping to have a child through IVF. After the accident, the couple's parents fought a legal battle to use the embryos and the boy was born in December. Read more Longest-frozen embryo is born after being preserved for 24 years Human embryo editing breakthrough is ‘major advance’ 25 years of charting scientific breakthroughs in Independent on Sunday At the time of the accident, the embryos were stored safely in a Nanjing hospital, frozen at minus 196 degrees Celsius in a tank of liquid nitrogen. A long legal battle gave the family the right over the fertilised eggs, the report said. But, because surrogacy is illegal in China, the grandparents had to find a surrogate mother outside the country, eventually finding a willing woman in … [Read more...] about Baby born four years after parents’ death in car crash
A 174ft tower collapsed in the wrong direction as it was demolished – accidentally crushing a library and cultural centre. Footage of the explosion, in Denmark, shows books and papers from the other buildings being sent flying. Nobody was injured but thousands of onlookers watched in horror as the silo crumpled onto the adjoining buildings. Read more Denmark to build fence on German border to keep out wild boar One witness said many people shouted “No, no.” The tower, which had stood at Vordingborg harbour for 36 years, was being demolished to make way for new homes, businesses and a hotel. Engineers used 10kg of explosives to bring it down, and after six months of preparations, calculated it would fall in exactly the opposite direction. “I simply do not know how it may have gone so bad,” blasting manager Kenneth Wegge told Danish news network TV East. “I will put my head on the block.” World news in pictures … [Read more...] about Demolition accident as silo tower falls wrong way and crushes cultural centre