Verfied Insider Diane Genice Dye
- Apr 22, 2009
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Jennifer's license were found around Nolensville area. I worked with her at the time and the person that found them called our office loooking for her. I understood that they were found by a contractor that was maybe building a home in that area. Our boss went out there and we were told it was around the Rutherford-Davidson County line. I also think maybe this was under developed area. They searced a pond I believe. I understood that nothing else was found. At the time, I believe her purse was missing with her. I have read on here that her purse was in her car, but I don't think so. Maybe some other ID or something found with her license.
Was just reading over this again and something occurred to me that I missed before.
How would this contractor have known where she worked? Wouldn't her home address have been on her license?
Mallen, do you recall if there were work ids where you worked? Perhaps a work identification was also found?
Also I was doing a bit more looking into the Larry Britt connection. At the time Larry was killed, he was acting as a security guard at a real estate office that reportedly had been the target of a string of burglaries. That confused me a bit because why would a real estate office be a burglary target?
Anyway, it turns out that he also owned the "Little Brown Jug" store next door to the real estate office. Both the real estate office and the Little Brown Jug were on Largo Dr, off of Harding Place. I'm wondering how far this is from where Jennifer lived, although this took place in 1986. I'm not sure if he owned that store when Jennifer disappeared.
The person who confessed to killing Larry Britt said that Britt wanted him to pick up some cocaine for him and that Britt used to sell it out of his store. The man said Britt had threatened him and he shot Britt because he was afraid.
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