The parents of the deceased victim, Stacy English are pushing for missing persons reports to no longer be a lengthy amount of time. We do not know if you recall who the Atlanta Woman is, but Stacy English is the black woman who went missing and most people thought it was her ex-boyfriend who had allegedly done harm to her. However, after her car was mysteriously found abandoned with the engine still running in a towing car lot, it took some time for police to find her. Her body was discovered in a woodsy area underneath a fallen tree.
According to wsbtv.com, her parents desire to eradicate the 24-hour waiting period required before police agencies search for missing persons. It will also give police a fast way to reach family members. English’s parents also say if a bill been in place before their daughter, Stacey English, disappeared, she may still be alive and they want to help save other lives.
In the meantime, we will keep Stacy English parents in our prayers and we give them our blessings on making this bill come to pass.
Victims parents push for speedier missing persons reports
CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. —
The parents of a Buckhead woman whose body was found almost a month after she disappeared is hoping the state
Legislature passes a bill in her name.
The bill, which passed the state
Senate, would eradicate the 24-hour waiting period required before police agencies search for missing…Read full article, here.
Source and photo courtesy: WSBTV.com