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Police are on a witch hunt, says 'person of interest' husband of missing mother of triplets PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Daily Mail Reporter   

Last updated at 6:51 AM on 21st July 2011

The husband of a missing mother of triplets said he has nothing to do with his wife's disappearance and accused police and the local community of launching a 'witch hunt.'

James 'Clay' Waller, who has been named a 'person of interest,' said he's been falsely accused in the June 1 disappearance of his wife, Jacque Sue Waller, a 39-year-old mother of young triplets from Cape Girardeau County, Missouri.

He told the Southeast Missourian newspaper: 'It's crazy. I got a helicopter following me every day, police are following me.

'I'll tell you what is not happening is that the cops are not searching for my wife.'

'I have not done anything," he reportedly said.

'I miss my wife. I hope for a safe return.'

Jacque Sue Waller was reported missing June 1 shortly after visiting with her husband at a home in Jackson, Missouri, where he was temporarily living during the couple's divorce proceedings.

Jacque, who has five-year-old triplets, had just attended a divorce hearing when she drove to her husband's home at around 4:00 p.m. to pick up her son, Maddox.

But the child was not at the home when Jacque arrived and family members say they believe her husband, a former police officer, lured her to the home to kill her.

Investigators have since named Clay Waller a "person of interest," telling that he is "not real forthcoming" in providing information to detectives searching for Jacque.

Jackson Police Chief James Humphreys told 'He's not cooperating the way we hope he would.'

Police found Jacque Waller's blue Honda Pilot abandoned along Interstate 55 in Missouri the morning after she was reported missing.

Her purse, keys and cellphone were not found inside the vehicle.

Mr Humphreys said there has been no activity on her credit cards and phone since her disappearance.

Last week, a woman reported finding Jacque's Blue Cross Blue Shield business cards along another state highway about eight miles from where her car was recovered.

Jacque worked as a manager for the health insurance company.

Mr Humphreys said on Tuesday that police searched the home where Clay Waller was temporarily living within 72 hours of the investigation.


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