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Missing Woman's Body Found Inside Car in Arnold, Mo.

There are 27 comments on the KTVI - Fox2Now.com story from Dec 28, 2010, titled Missing Woman's Body Found Inside Car in Arnold, Mo.. In it, KTVI - Fox2Now.com reports that:

The search for a missing Jefferson County mother ends in tragedy. The parents of Jessica Eberhardt say police found their daughter's body inside a car at an urgent care center in Arnold, Missouri Tuesday morning.

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Vicky

United States

#1 Dec 28, 2010
Tragic news.
Mav

Aliso Viejo, CA

#2 Dec 28, 2010
Another single mom, associated with shady folks (she's a former drug abuser) winds up dead and a child left without a mother.

A man was living with her and her child. Let's investigate HIM. When a woman is found dead, there's a 98% chance someone in her life (bf, hubby, acquaintance) either murdered or had her killed.
Storm

De Soto, KS

#3 Dec 28, 2010
Lets wait and see what the police find before we point fingers and lets just pray for the family and the young child.
Tina

Waterloo, IL

#4 Dec 28, 2010
Drugs and her friends killed her, not her bf.
BigDaddy

Chicago, IL

#5 Dec 28, 2010
News said she was found in passenger seat. News also said some girl told family to look in parking lots for her. Sounds like a case of overdosing and the friend(s) got scared and figured they were gonna get in trouble so they took her to urgent care place hoping someone would find her.
Sad

Lake Ozark, MO

#6 Dec 28, 2010
How sad, prayers for her child and family. Hopefully they will step up security at the Urgent Care. That is not good that she had been there in her car since it began snowing on Friday.
Vicky

Chicago, IL

#7 Dec 28, 2010
Nice to know the medical folks at urgent care are so observant!

Keep this in kind should need urgent care. Think Fenton or tesson ferry!
banana

High Ridge, MO

#8 Dec 28, 2010
Vicky wrote:
Nice to know the medical folks at urgent care are so observant!
Keep this in kind should need urgent care. Think Fenton or tesson ferry!
I thought the police made drive thrus on places parking lots. I would think after seeing her car there a couple of days not 8 a police officier would have been more observent.
come on

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Dec 29, 2010
banana wrote:
<quoted text>I thought the police made drive thrus on places parking lots. I would think after seeing her car there a couple of days not 8 a police officier would have been more observent.
Was the vehicle she was found in also reported as a vehicle she owned or was driving?

Unless the description of that car was mentioned with her disappearance, there would be no reason for a police officer to check on it just for being covered in snow in a parking lot.

Same thing for the urgent care workers. When a snow storm comes and you see a vehicle sitting somewhere, most people would assume that the driver of the vehicle preferred to not travel in bad weather and not questioned a thing.

My thoughts and prayers go out to this woman's child and family.
Vicky

United States

#10 Dec 29, 2010
At my work, we notice cars that are parked more than a day or two on the lot and haven't been moved, especially if they haven't been cleaned off.

Snow, or no snow, someone always checks--maybe the people at urgent care are used to seeing abandoned cars so frequently that it doesn't seem unusual.
Question

Arnold, MO

#11 Dec 29, 2010
Not sure, but wasn't the car towed by K&K and then the body discovered inside?
Vicky

United States

#12 Dec 29, 2010
Oh my Lord. That doesn't sound right at all.

I do NOT believe the police would have the car towed without checking the car.

Of course they checked it first!

The tow company probably did too, since most tow companies usually get inside first to see if there are keys, is car in gear, etc.

Bad rumor...!
Sounds shady

Saint Louis, MO

#13 Dec 29, 2010
There are cars parked all over Arnold on any given day. I know I drive and see the cars and wonder...why is that car there?
But just seems weird that they find her so many days after. And in the passenger seat of all places.
I hope they find out what happened pretty quick. How creepy to think we all have been driving around this area with a body just sitting there.
Shivers to think about it. Poor woman, I feel for the family and that poor little one left behind.
I still wonder what happened to that other woman that looks similiar this lady that was pregnant and never found, she was around this way too.
Use Logic

Saint Louis, MO

#14 Dec 29, 2010
No one leaves a person outside of a hospital or medical building in a passenger seat unless the person they are leaving is over dosing on drugs and they do not want to be involved with the police.
The person that left her has all the answers, find them quickly.
So so sad for the family involved.
banana

High Ridge, MO

#15 Dec 29, 2010
come on wrote:
<quoted text>
Was the vehicle she was found in also reported as a vehicle she owned or was driving?
Unless the description of that car was mentioned with her disappearance, there would be no reason for a police officer to check on it just for being covered in snow in a parking lot.
Same thing for the urgent care workers. When a snow storm comes and you see a vehicle sitting somewhere, most people would assume that the driver of the vehicle preferred to not travel in bad weather and not questioned a thing.
My thoughts and prayers go out to this woman's child and family.
the plate numbers on the car were the numbers that were report before she was found which werenot covered by snow. she was in the car before it snowed so why did not they see it when it was showen on tv you could see the car from the street. my prayers and heart go out to the family and loved ones especially her son.
Vicky

United States

#16 Dec 30, 2010
I saw a little interview with her mom on the news, her mom said someone had given them a tip how the car might be in the area of the cinema (near urgent care).

Her mom did not say what was done with that information/tip.

Did they report it to the Arnold police? Did the family go look for themselves? Etc.

Really makes you wonder.
Urgent Care

Arnold, MO

#17 Dec 30, 2010
is probably very used to seeing cars parked in that lot. I believe there are other offices in that building, and other businesses in the area. Also, consider that on occasions, people come to urgent care and then leave for the hospital either with others who come to collect them, or in an ambulance, which would leave a car in the lot. They probably don't give them a second thought. I believe however that now they will. No, the only ones to blame here are the girl herself (if she did indeed OD), those who left her, and/or those who hurt her.
Devils in charge

Fenton, MO

#18 Dec 31, 2010
Use Logic wrote:
No one leaves a person outside of a hospital or medical building in a passenger seat unless the person they are leaving is over dosing on drugs and they do not want to be involved with the police.
The person that left her has all the answers, find them quickly.
So so sad for the family involved.
It said on the news last night that it was heroin and they have 3 suspects being questioned.
Arnold Resident

Saint Louis, MO

#19 Dec 31, 2010
A friend of mine told me that she was found in the trunk of the car. He supposedly knows someone who is friends of the family. I don't know how true this is but when I mentioned the incident to him he said she wasn't found in the passenger seat...he said she was in the trunk. Just passing on what I heard...and I did hear it was Herion overdose.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#20 Jan 1, 2011
This makes me sad seeing someone die from this drug.. why is it that noone ever says where this drug comes from? Afghanistan is the biggest producer of opium and they,ve only got bigger since the us was over there spending or tax dollars....under the Taliban they didn't produce as much ....why is it we notice when a soldier dies over there,but take no notice to the americans dying from heroin .....

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