I copied this from the original victims thread. It was originally posted by MeoW333 and respectfully snipped in places by me. Thanks MeoW! This is the best I can do to start a thread for her. I would have reformatted it bit it's just too much typing than I want to do on my little phone. ; ) The 8th victim, Necole Guillory, had a childhood friend who said Guillory most likely knew all the other women. Eighth victim -- Jenning woman's body found along Interstate 10 in South Louisiana Gannett Louisiana News • August 21, 2009 The body was found Wednesday near Egan between Crowley and Jennings and Jeff Davis Sheriff Ricky Edwards has identified the body as 26-year-old Necole Guillory. Bouler attended elementary school with Guillory and lives next door to where Guillory's family once lived. Hers is the eighth in a string of mysterious deaths of young Jennings women since 2005. Guillory's childhood friend Bouler knew most of the victims and said Guillory likely knew all the women. She also lived a similar lifestyle. Guillory was arrested and convicted of possession of crack cocaine in 2007 and served 20 months in prison for the crime, according to court documents. She was released earlier this year and at the time of her death, she had a warrant for her arrest. She had violated probation by not keeping in contact with her probation officer. She had a long list of arrests dating to 2001, including theft, burglary, aggravated assault, aggravated assault of a police officer, resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia and simple criminal damage. Most of the cases were dismissed. Although Guillory is last known to have lived in Jennings, she grew up in Lake Arthur and only attended school through seventh grade, according to court documents. Guillory would have been 27 next week. Her last known address was in the Acadian Apartments in Jennings. Darlene Daigle, a 14-year resident of the apartments, lived near Guillory's apartment. Daigle often sat outside and talked to Guillory, calling her "very outgoing." Childhood friend Bouler agrees with Daigle. "She was a very nice girl," she said. "I know these girls did drugs. I know. ... They do not deserve to be killed and something should have been done about this. Eight girls and nobody knows nothing."