What will be interesting is when the family demands to know who killed Teleka ... regardless of the autopsy results. Maybe I'm wrong, I hope so....but even I would question this one.
Comments on the local news feeds on FB are already demanding to know who killed her. They are even demanding that the police continue to look into Marvin Sapp. They are too daft to realize the police already cleared him early on in the case. I don't believe anyone killed her. I believe she was having a mental episode and walked away from her car and fell into the lake. Here's a picture that was posted on Mlive on February 14 showing the area where her car was found and where they searched...
She didn't have to go far to end up in the lake. Here's a "birds eye view" of where her car was found and the lake...
Not really a lot of trees to go through to get to it. The one big problem I see is this article from Mlive in Feb which also says...
Detectives on Jan. 23 used sonar to search Lake Charles. The small lake, which more resembles a pond encircled by trees, is just north of where Patrick’s car went off I-94. Last week, the only thing visible on the snow-covered lake were deer paw prints. Detective Sgt. William Sparrow, of the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office, said investigators plan to search the lake again this spring with a dive team.http://www.mlive.com/news/kalamazoo/ind ... _miss.html
Lake Charles and I-94 are divided by uneven terrain, a sturdy, metal-wire fence topped with barbed wire and a lake access road. Strong said police checked the fence for any evidence of Patrick, including clothing that may have gotten torn had she decided to walk from her car toward the lake, but found nothing.
“We’ve looked where we can,” Strong said.
How did she get over the fence? Unless she walked down the highway to the access road to the lake?