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Missing Debora Gail DeLoach Moody
Missing Since 12/04/2007
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 04/22/1965 (55)
Age 42 years old
Height and Weight 5'6, 110 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Dark blonde to brown hair, brown eyes. Many accounts spell Moody's first name "Deborah" or hypenate her name, as in "DeLoach-Moody." She may go by her middle name, Gail. Moody has a scar on her right leg extending from her ankle to her knee, and a surgical scar on her neck; she had neck surgery in September 2007.
Moody has never been heard from again. Her uncle reported her missing on December 10. Nothing appeared to be amiss inside her home when police checked it. Her purse was inside the residence, and her car was parked undisturbed outside it, and her dogs were in the front yard. There was no indication of foul play at the scene. An extensive search of the local area turned up no indication of her whereabouts.
After his murder arrest, police began investigating him as a possible suspect in Moody's disappearance; he had known her. They interviewed him in prison several times, and each time he denied any involvement in her case. In 2019, he agreed to confess to her murder and lead police to her body in exchange for immunity from prosecution in her case.
According to Lumpkin, he strangled Moody while attempting to rape her. He provided an approximate location as to where he'd put her body. Multiple searches of this area have turned up nothing of interest, but police stated his confession had been corroborated and they believe it is true. They stated they don't think anyone else was involved in Moody's death.
Investigators stated her case would remain open until her remains are located.
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