Evidence Missing Eufaula Woman was Murdered at a Crime Scene in Henry County Discovered
Posted by: Jon Carroll
Date: Aug 10 2015 3:37 PM
Earlier today at a undisclosed location in northern Henry county, the country's top search dog, "Quincy", flown in from Maine, located what is believed to be evidence that Lisa Wallace, missing from Eufaula since Oct 2012, was murdered.
The dog named "Quincy" which has been working for the federal government on a search of the coast of Georgia and Florida for two missing boys, was brought into Abbeville this morning secretly.
Earlier this week after an interview with a private investigator Scott Moss (see below) who located a bloody sheet and mattress a year ago, and a leaked document from a confidential source in the Eufaula Police Department, it was determined that members of the Eufaula Police Department, along with he Barbour County Sheriff's Department, destroyed evidence of a possible murder and purposely covered it up.
Both departments have denied receiving any evidence from the investigator in the recent Will Dickerson murder trial legally and to a state task force, but former employees of both departments have recently gone on record stating that is was purposesly destroyed.
I was able to determine that the documents leaked to me did indeed have Eufaula Police Department Detective Donald Brown's signature on them and that signature matched previous public documents he has signed. This along with the copy that Moss received all match. Now that evidence is part of a homicide investigation that could include police and sheriff's department members itself. The Henry County Sheriffs department has quickly taken over the scene once Quincy hit positive for a dead body on the exact location where bloody sheet and mattress was recoverd both being identified as belonging to Lisa Wallace.
This brings the Eufaula Police Department and Sheriff Leroy Upshaw directly into what appears to be a possible cover up of the murder of Lisa Wallace. It is as well possible this could be the death scene of Willie Pugh, but officers working the scene suggested it is likely Lisa Wallace.
Lisa's mother, who was on the scene when the cadaver dog began his search, is heartbroken. She told us, "We just want to know what happened to my daughter and find her remains. For over two years now no one in Barbour county would lift a finger to help us".
Recently the mayor of Eufaula, Jack Tibbs refused to ask for a reward to be offered and former head of investigations was caught on tape lying about the case to family members and an outside investigator.
After recent threats have been made to those trying to search for Lisa the result has been swift, multiple former law officers have joined to help those investigating the case.
Henry county deputies on the scene not only promised her they would do everything they could, two were observed offering a prayer. They then told us,
"This will not happen on our watch we will do everything in our power to find her",
We will be updating this story as it develops. At this time, per law enforcement request, we are not releasing the location as the search continues for possible remains.
We urge friends and family of Lisa's, and the community to keep Lisa's mother in your prayers at this very difficult time.
Below is the interview with Scott Moss that implicated the Eufaula Police Department in destroying evidence that led to the search dog being flown to Henry county this morning.