MBI taking lead on Ewing case



By Ray Van Dusen

Monroe Journal

ABERDEEN – The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has taken the 2013 case of slain Aberdeen women, Teresa Ewing, whose body was discovered Sept. 13 in a wooded area off Peacock Alley.

“They’re looking into other avenues, and hopefully they can find something we’ve overlooked and find the killer,” said Aberdeen Police Chief Henry Randle.

The 25-year-old mother of three went missing Aug. 25 after leaving her house with her ex-boyfriend. Authorities from numerous departments were joined by volunteers during the 19-day search.

“I trust the MBI’s judgment, and I definitely trust Lt. Kenny Bailey in his procedural techniques. He’s solved a lot of crimes in the past, and we’re thrilled to have someone else looking at this case,” Randle said.

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