THE mystery of a woman’s body found by the side of the road could be solved after investigators uncover bizarre but crucial clues leading to a suspect.
Authorities were called to a highway after receiving a call about an unresponsive person in the early hours of June 5.
Misty Clark was pronounced dead at the scene when several authorities arrived and discovered her body, including the police and the Coroner’s Office.
Her body was sent to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences for an autopsy because of “suspicious circumstances,” police said.
First, Dora Police wrote in a Facebook post: “Don’t believe rumors or spread misinformation. We are early in the investigation but we believe there is no direct threat to the public and this case has nothing to do with walking the lead.”
Days later, on June 7, police issued a search warrant at the home of a suspect in Dora.
Police said they found buprenorphine, drug paraphernalia, synthetic urine, surveillance cameras and Clark’s personal belongings.
An arrest warrant was subsequently issued for Allean Lee Holiday, 37, for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of synthetic urine.
A Walker County sheriff’s deputy arrested Holiday during a traffic stop, Dora police said.
No charges have been filed in connection with Clark’s death as an autopsy is pending to determine how she died.
According to the police, the investigation is still ongoing.
“To the Clark family – we are sorry for your loss and are working diligently on this case,” police said.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5568735/womans-body-found-mystery-suspect-arrested-dora-alabama/ The mystery surrounding a woman’s body found by the side of the freeway has been solved after crucial leads, including fake urine, led police to suspect