St. Martinville cold case could be solved after 30 years
, 2022-10-28 22:21:06,
After a genealogist noticed red flags while tracing their family tree, and those red flags have now led authorities to several witnesses that could assist them in solving the case.
Judy Ann Gary went to pick up prescription drugs for her mom on August 2, 1986 from a local Hospital pharmacy that used to reside off of Main Street and Railroad Avenue.
She was last seen inside a green four-door car with an unknown person.
Her case is now being reopened.
“She apparently knew the person, got in with no problem and that was it,” genetic genealogist, Renee Dunn said.
Left with little to no parental guidance or supervision, Rickey Richard was taken into the care of his foster mother, Tamica Theriot at the age of Fourteen.
When his mother was declared missing he was only a year and eight months old, leaving him with only a glimpse of what he remembers of her.
“He remembers that his mother went to the pharmacy and she never came back and I tried twice (to help) and I just didn’t have the resources,” Theriot said.
That is until Dunn stepped up in attempt to clear rumors about the case.
“There was another Jane Doe in Slidell, Louisiana and there was a lot of contradiction with the cases people were assuming that Judy Ann Gary was this person and it wasn’t,” Dunn said.
Dunn was determined to find answers for the family.
“I met Ms. Renee through Facebook and we finally met the other night in person and we had been corresponding back and forth and trying to help find the…
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