Oct 26, 2009 2:48 PM by sleonard
On August 3rd, 2009, the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle located on Hwy 743 in the Opelousas, LA area. When deputies arrived, the vehicle was identified by officers as one being connected to a reported missing person from Alexandria, LA. Upon investigating the incident, Officers located the body of a black female inside the trunk of the vehicle. The female was later identified as forty-eight year old, Jackqueline Guillory Leblanc of Alexandria, LA.
On August 5th, 2009, an autopsy was conducted on Jackqueline Guillory Leblanc, by Louisiana Forensics, located in Lafayette, LA. Preliminary autopsy results showed no signs of trauma to the body. At this time, the cause of death is still under investigation. Further forensic testing, to include toxicology, is being conducted.
On September 8th, 2009 an Autopsy report was completed by Samantha Huber, M.D., Pathologist. The autopsy report concluded the cause of death for Jackqueline Guillory Leblanc to be "Multiple Drug Intoxication". The information provided in the autopsy report coincided with and supported the conclusions of the investigation conducted by the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office. Jacquline Guillory Leblanc died of an overdose. The absence of any trauma to the body or any other physical evidence in or around the vehicle, indicate a lack of outside influence contributing to this tragic death.