TX TX - Tammy Ellis, 24-25, Azle, 1 May 2012

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  1. LucyOso

    LucyOso Verified registered nurse

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    I couldn't find this posted yet. Please correct it if I did it wrong. :) Thanks. I now know I posted this in the wrong place and PM'd a MOD.

    Missing, Tammy Cherie Ellis
    Azle Texas
    Age 24-25
    White Female
    61", 98#
    Last seen May 01, 2012
    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/18650/7/

    Additional Info...

    Also police had showed up at house girl screaming from gravel pit.(they went to house not gravel pit). She hasn't been seen since.

    Tattoos lower stomach (flames),3 tattoos upper back ( Flames),(Butterfly middle),(Tribal),Tatoo left leg outer (Skull).


    I found her when I was searching Namus. I also found this:

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/10563

    Kind of eerie and some people may not want to view it. Look at the images. It looks like a skull and flames to me. Not sure how long it takes for decomposition.
     
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  3. danilee

    danilee New Member

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    Anything??? Makes me sad to see cases like this sit, while others get so much attention.
     
  4. LotsaLatte

    LotsaLatte Member

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    This doesn't sound like she was in a good place - I found this:

    "A longtime family friend, Glen Foukes, said Tammy Ellis had been seen at a home in the 6100 block of Big Wood Court off Tenderfoot Trail and Jacksboro Highway. The home was the location of the brutal torture and murder of Earnest Ray Lackey, 34, of Burleson, in July 2012. Lackey’s body was found in August on the northeast side of Eagle Mountain Lake....."

    More in the article at link below:

    http://www.azlenews.net/news.asp?Story=20577
     
  5. sloane7777

    sloane7777 Well-Known Member

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    It does to me as well, MI is a long way from TX if it is her I would not be surprised though.
     
  6. SDkid

    SDkid New Member

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    I wish we had more pictures of Tammy, specifically, pictures of her tattoos. Looks like whoever killed the "unidentified" person took great pains to rid the body of any identifiable marks. Fortunately, they found some of the peices. It really could be her. Says the body hair is dark/black. Her hair is naturally black, but had recently dyed it red. Good job, LucyOso.
     
  7. tarabull

    tarabull Life is a puzzle.

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  8. sloane7777

    sloane7777 Well-Known Member

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    I would assume they would have looked at the gravel pit, but I have learned dont assume anything! And yes that was a good find Lucy!
     
  9. Sporky

    Sporky The fork is mightier than the spoon.

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    So little info out there about her.....
     
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    kat13 New Member

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  11. mikkismom

    mikkismom Active Member

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    Good eye. Tammy's dentals are not on file and neither has DNA entered so there is no way to compare.

    jmo
     
  12. kat13

    kat13 New Member

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    Ah, I didn't realize she had no dental/DNA entered. This is really sad and will probably remain unsolved :(
     
  13. mikkismom

    mikkismom Active Member

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    No - just need to get the info into the database to compare. In a perfect world, the database would contain all relevant information. Sadly, that is not usually the case :(

    jmo
     
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    Rayemonde New Member

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    Tammy, I meant!
     
  17. Lindarachal1987

    Lindarachal1987 New Member

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    She is a very good friend of mine.we grew up together, lived few houses down from each other. It breaks my heart everyday knowing that there's no closure in this case. Know one tried hard to find her. I know so many details regarding this case that people, public, or law enforcement chose not to speak on. Its just so sad bc so much more could have been done to find her but instead, wasn't. Its not fair.
     
  18. chimpface

    chimpface Active Member

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    Hi Linda, why don't you consider becoming a verified insider and share what you know?

    All cases need equal attention IMO and this appears to have had little considering the suspicious circumstances.

    Welcome, by the way.
     

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