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2017 Jay Hill 8/2017
Topic Started: Oct 5 2017, 02:35 PM (42 Views)
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TUPELO A body found in a burned SUV in a Lee County pasture has been identified as a man missing since early August.


Lee County Coroner Carolyn Green said DNA testing at the state crime lab has positively identified the remains as Jay C. Hill, 33, the son of a Corinth alderman who was last seen in the Tupelo area on Aug. 9. Jay Hill was originally from Corinth but had been living in Tupelo, according to his father, Corinth alderman J.C. Hill.



Hill, also known as "Mac, was reported missing to Tupelo and Horn Lake police in early August. He was reportedly traveling to the Memphis area in a silver, 2006 Lincoln Navigator.


A farmer looking for a lost cow in a rural area on the Lee-Pontotoc county line discovered a burned out car with the remains of a human inside on Aug. 18, according to Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson.



Both the SUV and the body suffered severe fire damage. Green carried the remains to the state crime lab for DNA identification, as well as the time and cause of death. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation took possession of the car to search for evidence.
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