Body found in creek bed matches description of missing Texas mom: Police

first_imgD-Keine/iStock(ENNIS, Texas) — A body discovered in a creek bed Monday may be a Texas mother who mysteriously vanished over two weeks ago, police said.Emily Wade, 38, who lives with her mother and 7-year-old daughter, was last seen leaving her home on Jan. 5, her mother said, according to police in the town of Ennis.On Monday morning, search volunteers found a woman’s dead body in a creek bed, Ennis police said, adding that the body matches the description of Wade.The creek bed was known to be flooding on the night Wade went missing, police said.Last week, as the search for Wade intensified, Ennis Police Lt. Mike Hopson told ABC News there was no indication of foul play, and he didn’t think Wade ran away.The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office will make an identification and determine cause of death, police said.Wade’s car hasn’t been found, police told ABC Dallas affiliate WFAA.“The Ennis Police Department would like to share our appreciation for all of the volunteers and assisting agencies that have spent countless hours over the past two weeks searching for Emily Wade,” the police department said in a statement. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Emily Wade.” Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Larry Sutton

first_imgBeloit, Kan., veteran Larry Sutton is competing at his 11th IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s. (IMCA Photo) “I just like the competition, working on cars and racing the cars,” he said. “It’s exciting when you build your own car and do well with it.” What he enjoys about Super Nationals is the friends old and new and the challenge of the track.  BOONE, Iowa –  Larry Sutton was ecstatic to watch son Tyler qualify for the Modified main event at last year’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s. The 35-year veteran would be almost as happy to match that accomplishment at the 37th annual event. center_img “Tyler had a real good week last year and I was ecstatic to see him qualify. It was the greatest feeling in the world,” said Sutton, from Beloit, Kan. “It would be great if I made it in this year, knowing that would be two years in a row we made it.” “Qualifying would be another notch in longevity. It would show I still have some talent at this age,” he said. “There are a lot of good cars and a lot of talent out there these days.”  A regular at Salina Speedway, Sutton is in his 33rd year in an IMCA Modified. This is his 11th trip to Boone Speedway to be part of America’s Racin’ Vacation.last_img read more