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The Florida woman’s murder has been solved, with the help of a new cold-case division of the Florida State Attorney’s Office.
A man who is currently in prison in Texas, is charged in the 2004 murder of a woman who disappeared in Florida.
Terry McDonald was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 28-year-old Mary Mount.
The mountain was last seen in January 2004, in the Home, ” when she disappeared, Fox 4 reported.
The Texas researchers said, McDonald led them to her body in 2005.
The research of the newly established State Attorney’s Office-Cold Case Homicide Division has led to the current murder charge. He was jailed in Texas for another crime, the researchers added.
Terry McDonald is now charged with second-degree murder in the death of 28-year-old Mary Mount. (Lee County Sheriff’s Office)
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“Our efforts have never stopped,” Lee County Sheriff’s Carmine Marceno, said. “Working as a team was never stopped, and I can tell you, this is a classic case of you can run and you can hide, but you can come back to our country to face these charges.”
The woman’s father, Robert Knapp; and her brother, Steve, Knapp, expressed gratitude that the day had arrived, a nod and a WINK has been reported.
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“We now know that justice is right around the corner,” Robert said.
“My family has kept faith that one day, Mary would get justice, and now that the day has come,” Steve added.
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