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Thursday, November 22, 2007

[GA] Theresa Parker & OTHER missing police officer's wives

...the lead investigator says he has touched base with several other states where spouses married to police officers ended up missing...

Parker Missing For Eight Months
WTVC, TN
John Madewell
November 21, 2007
For eight months now, a number of law agencies have been searching for missing dispatcher Theresa Parker. So far, there have been no arrests in the case and no sign of Theresa but her family refuses to give up hope. Today marks not only eight months since Parker disappeared, but also the first Thanksgiving for Parker's family without her. And they have noticed the eerie similarities to the Stacy Peterson case in Illinois. In that case, Drew Peterson's fourth wife, Stacy, has been missing now for almost a month. And his third wife's body has been exhumed. The autopsy ruled her cause of death as probable homicide, not accidental drowning as first ruled. And Drew Peterson was a police officer in Bolingbrook, Illinois before he was fired. Back in Georgia, Theresa Parker's estranged husband Sam Parker remains the only person of interest. He too was fired from the LaFayette police department...for an unrelated reason. Theresa Parker's mother and sister have taken notice of the Peterson similarities. Christina Hall called the similarities eerie, "I see it too, I really do. I see it and I hurt for the family too because I know exactly what they're going through. It's all too similar, it really is." The GBI says it has not contacted Illinois authorities because they are swamped with this case. However, the lead investigator says he has touched base with several other states where spouses married to police officers ended up missing.

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