Larry DeWayne Hall has also spent time at the Federal Medical Center in Springfield.
|The composite sketch on the left was released by the SPD - undated picture of Gary Wayne Hall at a re-enactment|
Hall claims that his twin brother Gary Wayne Hall, and another man, allegedly kidnapped and killed Sherill, Suzie and Stacy and then dumped their bodies in the Mark Twain National Forest between 30 - 90 miles of Sherrill's house. She says that authorities also found evidence in Hall's van that link him to the women and the word Branson written on a piece of paper.
Two women were brutally assaulted at a park in Branson in the early 90's.
A polygraph expert from Indiana was called to North Carolina to administer a polygraph on LDH.......he passed, according to Detective Howard.
A couple things we have to keep in mind....LDH could crazy enough to fool a polygraph, or this new information could be the break investigators have been waiting for in the case of the Three Missing Women.
I tried to give the SPD the same information I gave Detective Howard earlier. They told me they had ruled Larry out. But what about Gary Wayne Hall?
According to published reports, Larry Hall and his brother Gary were traveling the country attending Civil War re-enactments when Sherrill, Suzie and Stacy went missing.
Detective Howard's attempts to share the above information with the Springfield police department has been met with chilly response, according to Howard.
Springfield police say the will review the information Detective Howard received from Larry DeWayne Hall to determine if any further investigation into his claims needed.
Sadly, there is no resolution for Lorie's Grace or the Three Missing Women at this time.
The SPD says they thoroughly investigated this tip back in 2009. However, Larry DeWayne Hall was not talking to law enforcers at that time, according to Howard.
Howard says she spoke with an investigator from SPD yesterday.
The following is the complete news release the SPD issued on October 25th:
Investigators with the Springfield Police Department have been in contact with the McDonald County Sheriff’s Office in reference to the missing persons investigation involving Stacy McCall, Suzanne Streeter, and Sherill Levitt. The same information obtained by the McDonald County Sheriff’s Office was first received by the Springfield Police Department in 2009 and has been thoroughly investigated. The inmate interviewed has provided several conflicting statements, none of which are consistent with the facts of the case. We are always open to any new developments related to this case and will fully investigate them. We will review any new information the McDonald County Sheriff’s Office may have obtained to determine if any further investigation of this particular lead is warranted.
The Springfield Police Department continues to receive tips related to this investigation from a variety of sources, including other law enforcement agencies on a regular basis and each of those are investigated to the fullest extent possible.
The Springfield Police Department will not comment further as this continues to be an open and active investigation. We ask that other law enforcement agencies follow this standard investigative practice and communicate with us rather than publicly releasing information related to this or any other open investigation.
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