Posted: Aug 19, 2010 6:05 PM by Melissa Hawkes
Updated: Aug 19, 2010 6:12 PM
One year ago, 26 year old Necole Guillory's body was found near interstate 10 in Egan. Guillory is the last of eight Jennings women killed and dumped since 2005.
Guillory leaves behind four children--her killer has never been brought to justice. One year later, the multi-agency task force made up of Jeff Davis and Acadia Parish Sheriff's Offices, State Police and the FBI continues to investigate the case, but there's still no answers.
Guillory's body was found by a grass cutting crew--just a few yards away from Interstate 10. She was naked and died from asphyxiation. She was the first victim dumped outside of Jeff Davis Parish.
Today investigators told us Jeff Davis Parish Sheriff, Ricky Edwards was the only person who could talk to the media about the case, but he refused to go on camera. We did meet with one investigator off camera, who says they've done over 600 interviews and there are some promising leads.
Investigators believe someone in the area knows who the killer is-- whether it's a family member or friend. Last September, the task force launched a website for people to leave tips, you can visit it at www.jeffdaviscrimes.net.