The body of 25-year-old Tierra Adams was discovered in Walker County, and has police searching for answers.
It's the end everyone was hoping we would not see when the search for 25-year-old Tierra Adams began in early February.
"She had no coat, no shoes, and supposedly has a hundred dollars on her," Frank Black who was working with Texas Equusearch at the time said. "You know, when you look at all the stuff, it doesn’t leave you with a lot of hope she's ok."
At the time, the Father of Adams' child told police he had ordered her out of his car early Jan. 29, after the two argued. He said he last saw her after she got out near Bingle Road and State Highway 249.
The gruesome discovery came Wednesday March 26th.
"A local resident of Walker County became suspicious when he observed buzzards and hogs feeding in a rural area approximately three-tenths of a mile east—down Pinedale Road off of I-45," Walker County Sheriff Clint McRae said. When investigators arrived at the scene, they found a woman's body in a shallow grave.
"We have a black female that was wearing similar clothing to what she was wearing when she went missing out of the Houston area. She also had some identifying tattoos on the body," McRae said. The Sheriff estimated the body had probably been in that location for four to six weeks.
Investigators are now awaiting dental records to make a final identification, but McRae said the evidence gathering goes on, with a warrant that has since been served in Houston.
"Additional evidence was collected, and it has been submitted to the appropriate examiners for a final report," McRae said.
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