CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — Sorry for the lack of stories today, but I had a bad sausage biscuit this morning that has sapped out any desire to post about some of these assholes. But I did get an email involving this interesting case out of Missouri involving a missing mother of triplets who was last seen shortly after finalizing her divorce.
On June 1, 39-year-old Jacque Sue Waller had just left a divorce hearing and stopped by her husband’s house to pick up her 5-year-old daughter. But her daughter was not there. James “Clay” Waller, a former police officer, told investigators that he and his wife got into an argument and that she had walked away mad. That is the last reported time anyone has ever seen or heard from her.
On the morning she was reported missing, police found Waller’s car with a flat tire, abandoned along Interstate 55 in Missouri. Her purse, keys and cellphone were not found inside the vehicle, and there has been no activity on her credit cards and phone since she went missing.
While no one knows where she is, her family is positive they know what happened to her. They say that Clay Waller threatened to kill his wife if she filed for divorce and harassed her with repeated phone calls and text messages after she moved out of the couple’s home in March. They were unaware of their daughter’s fear of her husband until she moved in with them.
Waller’s father, Stan Rawson went as far as to go on Good Morning America and say he was positive that Clay Waller was responsible. He even went on the “Find Jacque S Waller” Facebook page and posted, “I just wanted to mention that you’re not fooling anybody at all. I under the sheriff has a [sic] orange jumpsuit picked out for you, and a fine room at the Cross Bar Hotel…You will regret hurting my girl and the Tripps—I promise you you will!”
Police are calling Clay Waller a “person of interest” and say that he is being “less than cooperative” with police. Jackson Police Chief James Humphreys stated potential evidence was found in his home, though he did not reveal what that evidence was.
Clay Waller has issued a written statement through his attorney that said, “Mr. Waller misses his wife and hopes she is found okay. He had nothing to do with her disappearance and sympathizes with her family. We will not try this case in the media while there is an ongoing investigation.”
Anyone with information on her disappearance is being urged to call the Jackson Police Department at 573-243-3151Tags: Crime, Domestic Violence, Jacque Sue Waller, James Clay Waller, Missing Person, Missouri