Janeecia “Nene” Mason Death – The investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of a lady whose body was found buried under a bridge in Fort Worth has prompted the authorities there to make a request for assistance from the general public. On Thursday, March 23, law enforcement officers reported finding the corpse of Janeecia “Nene” Mason dead under a bridge on Precinct Line Road. They said the body was found on Precinct Line Road.
According to the post that was published on the internet by Mason’s sister the week before last, her sister, who is 19 years old and was reported missing on March 17 in Dallas, was the last person seen in the city. According to the Fort Worth police, it is too soon in the investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding Mason’s death. They say that the homicide unit is currently looking into her death and that the investigation is ongoing. The police also say that the investigation is still taking place. Anyone who may have any information is being urged by the authorities to get in touch with them as soon as possible.
Related topic: Dead body on I-84 causes morning road closure
The discovery of a body this morning near Biggs led to a protracted closure of the westbound lanes of Interstate 84 along the Columbia River Gorge; however, those lanes are now open once more. The finding of the body served as the impetus for the conclusion of the investigation. On Friday afternoon, the Oregon State Police made an announcement that a trooper had discovered the death of a pedestrian at approximately 9 AM on Friday morning. The discovery was made on Friday morning.
Between the hours of 4 and 5:20 in the morning, an automobile is said to have collided with a pedestrian in accordance with the findings of the inquiry into the incident. It is said that the automobile belonging to the pedestrian who cannot be identified was discovered in the vicinity. The Oregon State Police are asking anybody who may have observed the incident or who may have been traveling through that region on Friday morning and hit something that they thought might be an animal to phone them at 800-442-0776 and reference the case number SP22-217109.
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