Home » General News » Missing woman update: Search with thermal imaging drones continues.
News that a search was continuing through the night for a missing woman. Drones with thermal imaging cameras are being used to search for Jessica Stacks, who was reported missing in the Tallahatchie River bottom near Rocky Ford sometime Friday.
Stacks, 28, from the Harmony community, was first reported missing about 10 p. Friday after her companion, Jerry Wayne Baggett, was found downriver.
Sheriff Jimmy Edwards said the couple, described free chat room in Plano being in a relationship, had gotten into a small boat without a motor, putting it into the Tallahatchie River at the bridge on County Road 46 south of Enterprise about daylight Friday morning. Edwards said the two were apparently hunting.
Missing woman update: search with thermal imaging drones continues
Apparently, at one point native Sioux City dating a mile or mile and a half past West Union, Stacks got out of the boat, saying she intended to walk out of the river bottom, according to what the sheriff was told. Although Stacks owned a cell phone, she did not have it with her.
The sheriff said the plan had been to leave her phone with the person who helped them put the boat in. That person would then come and get them.
Stacks had a coat, which searchers found apparently discarded, but probably was not dressed warmly enough for the weather the past two nights. The sheriff said they did find evidence of where she had been, items and footprints.
However the water had made tracking impossible and was washing away prints as well. A daylight search was scheduled for 8 a.
Sunday with game and fish personnel, deputies and members of the county volunteer fire departments. Mass murder, slow snow removal draw comment at Tupelo City Council meeting.
Full obituary for New Albany businessman Tommy Sappington. Old wastewater treatment facility probably will never be RV park. NEWS is a locally owned and operated online news magazine containing news, information, opinion, etc.
Mass murder, slow snow removal draw comment at Tupelo City Council meeting Hard to believe that a snow removal complaint was a topic of discussion at the August 3, Tupelo City Council meeting. However, every citizen .
Even if all the property cannot be reclaimed and used, the move should reduce the odor problem in the park and sportsplex Comments are closed. About NEMiss.
About Us Advertising .