Thursday, 05 July 2012 10:44
Suspect in Jaren Lockhart case: Hear about stripper that went missing?
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JAREN-LOCKHART"Hey, did u hear about the stripper that went missing?' She mentioned that a couple times."

According  to  a Metairie couple, those were the words spoken by one of the suspects arrested in the Jaren Lockhart murder case, only a day prior to their arrests.  The couple claims that the suspects, Margaret Sanchez and Terry Speaks stayed at their house in Metairie only the night before the arrest and that Sanchez spoke those words. 

 

According to an ABC 26 interview, “The couple says they were unaware that days earlier, Sanchez and Speaks left Bourbon Street's Temptations strip club with 23-year-old dancer, Jaren Lockhart, whose dismembered body parts later washed up on Mississippi beaches.”

The couple prefers to remain anonymous, but the woman claims that Sanchez and Terry Speaks colored their hair the night before the arrest while staying at their house.

These are claims being from an interview on WGNO TV ABC 26 with anchor Sheldon Fox.

According to Fox, “The Metairie couple said Speaks and Sanchez departed Tuesday after staying over the previous night, but not before dying their hair in the family's kitchen and bathroom sink.

"Hindsight being 20/20, they were trying to hide from something," she said.

Read more and watch the WGNO TV news clip on this ongoing story

 

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