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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Three arrested for abandoning corpse in Arnold, Death of Missing High Ridge Woman Jessica Yvonne Eberhardt

Eberhardt worked at Steak 'n Shake in the Gravois Bluffs Mall in Fenton.
Eberhardt has a six-year-old son who is now staying with his grandparents.
Her funeral is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday at Kutis Funeral Home on Lemay Ferry.

Police investigating a High Ridge woman's death said today they have arrested three people for abandoning her corpse.
The body of Jessica Eberhardt, 26, was found in the passenger seat of her mother's snow-covered Ford Taurus early Tuesday morning on the parking lot of the St. Anthony's Urgent Care Center in Arnold. She was last seen Dec. 20.
Police said foul play is not suspected, and that Eberhardt may have died from a drug overdose.
On Thursday morning, Arnold police Lt. Nick McBroom confirmed that police had arrested three people in connection with the death investigation.
McBroom said the three suspects were booked and released pending charges. A detective will be seeking charges today from the Jefferson County prosecuting attorney's office.
McBroom described the three as a 32-year-old woman from the Arnold area, a 21-year-old man from Imperial, and a 21-year-old woman from the Arnold area.
In addition to abandonment of a corpse, they were arrested on suspicion of obstructing a police officer, McBroom said.
McBroom declined to discuss details about what the three allegedly did; he said more information would become available once charges are filed.
Abandonment of a corpse is a class-D felony in Missouri, punishable by up to four years in prison. Missouri law says a person commits the crime if the person "abandons, disposes, deserts or leaves a corpse without properly reporting the location of the body to the proper law enforcement officials in that county."


The body of a missing High Ridge woman was found early this morning inside her mother's snow-covered car, which was parked on the lot of an urgent care center in Arnold.
Police say the blue Ford Taurus was recovered about 3 a.m. -- and inside was the body of Jessica Yvonne Eberhardt, 26, of High Ridge. Police haven't told relatives how she died. Eberhardt was last seen Dec. 20.
Police released few details at a news conference this afternoon, but said they did not suspect foul play in her death.
Eberhardt's mother, Kim Eberhardt, told the Post-Dispatch that she was called to the police station this morning and asked about her daughter's tattoos.
When the mother confirmed what they were, police showed her pictures of the dead woman's wrist with a tattoo her mother had mentioned. That is how Kim Eberhardt identified the body of her daughter.
"They found her in her car, in the passenger's side," Kim Eberhardt said.
Arnold police Lt. Nick McBroom said the car was found in an employee parking area of the urgent care center. He said it had been there since early in the week but would not be more specific.
He said autopsy results are expected in four to six weeks.
Police told Jessica Eberhardt's family this morning that they are continuing to talk with people last seen with her.
"Hopefully they can find out who drove the car there," Kim Eberhardt said.
Kim Eberhardt said relatives had been out searching for her daughter and the car since Dec. 20. They searched nearby but not the urgent care lot.
"My youngest girl went to the movie theater across the street (from the urgent care center), and to Save-A-Lot, and this and that," Kim Eberhardt said.
And the snowfall on Christmas Eve would have covered the car's magnetic American flag sticker on the trunk that made it easily identifiable, she added.
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The Jefferson County sheriff's office is investigating the disappearance of Jessica Yvonne Eberhardt, 26, of High Ridge, who was last seen Dec. 20. Lt. Dave Marshak said investigators have determined through interviews that Eberhardt apparently had been asked to leave a residence where she was socializing with friends. She left in the dark blue 1993 Ford Taurus she was driving that belongs to her mother. Marshak said nothing so far points to foul play in her disappearance, although some relatives say they fear for her safety. Eberhardt has a 6-year-old son.
She is 26, about 5-foot-7, weighs between 175 and 200 pounds, and has green eyes and shoulder-length brown hair with blond highlights. She has a dream catcher tattoo on her right ankle, a lizard tattoo on her right shoulder, fairy tattoo on her left shoulder and tattoos that say "Steven" on her right wrist. She also has a small scar about an inch long on her forehead. The car she was driving has the license tag FEO V4Y. Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff's office at 636-797-6407.

High Ridge, MO (KSDK) -- Jefferson County authorities are looking for a 26-year-old mother who has been missing for a week.
Police say Jessica Eberhardt was last seen driving away from her High Ridge apartment. Investigators do not suspect foul play, but have listed Eberhardt as a missing person.
Eberhardt's parents say Jessica told a live-in friend that she was driving to a title loan business; she hasn't been seen since.
Jessica works at the Steak 'n' Shake in the Gravois Bluffs Mall in Fenton.
Kim Eberhardt says her daughter was driving a 1993 dark Ford Taurus, with Missouri plates FEO-V4Y. Anyone with information on Jessica Eberhardt's location is asked to contact the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office at 636-797-5000.. Click Here for more info.


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