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First there was Troy David Moore, who vanished in Oconee County in 2014, as he was going through divorce.
Then came the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Jorelys Rivera in Louisiana.
And, most recently, there was Brianna Dennehy who was last seen in Yorktown, Virginia last week.
Did she run away, or is she dead?
The fact that New Jersey native Dennehy’s mother finds herself at the center of this all, is surprising to many.
Jael Moore, a correspondent for FoxNews.com, joins Greg and Jeanine on today’s show.
Jael gives us the latest update on the Dennehy case.
She also examines another possible murder case involving Pastor Troy David Moore. Moore was last seen in Oconee County in 2014 and police have publicly released little information about his whereabouts and the theory is that he is dead.
Moore has been missing for two years. His family has now filed a missing persons report and he is the subject of a coroner’s hearing this afternoon at Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office.
Brianna Dennehy’s mother, Jennifer Bacon, has been questioned by police twice over the last seven years.
If Jennifer has been, or will be, questioned again tonight, Jael has a thought as to how anything could happen to such a sweet and quiet person like the pastor…
Also this week, Greg discusses the outbreak of norovirus along the East Coast. The virus has already affected hundreds in Boston and New York, leading to increased desperation for restroom and food options and higher prices at restaurants.
Plus, Jeanine, reminds us that tomorrow, Wednesday, the third annual Louisana Tech for Brain Cancer Awareness Classic takes place at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, with New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees and New York Giants Quarterback Eli Manning as honorary hosts for the event.
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