Amy Sue Henslee: Bodies of Amy and another woman found (video)

Police are searching for a missing Michigan mother who went missing on Monday, January 24.

Her husband, James Henslee said he last saw her when he left the house at 7:30 am that morning. The couples two kids left had left for school at 7:20 am. Later that morning he called the house at 10:00 a.m., like he always does during his break, but no one answered the phone. After calling several more times and receiving no answer he drove home and found her gone. Her purse was still in the house.

“I thought maybe a friend stopped over and she went with them and would be right back, so I went for a ride to see her uptown and I come back and she still wasn’t here and I knew if she wasn’t back by the time the kids got off the bus something was definitely wrong,” James told Newschannel 3.

The sheriff’s office described Henslee as a white female, 5 feet tall, 114 pounds, brown hair with blonde highlights, brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a black nylon coat with brown fur around the hood and black Puma tennis shoes with pink stripes.

If you have any information about her whereabouts you are asked to call the Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office at 269-657-3101.
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UPDATE:  The bodies of Amy Sue Henslee who has been missing since Monday (more here) and another woman, Tonya Howarth have been found. They were shot to death and buried.

Amy Sue Henslee, the missing Michigan mother of two and Tonya Howarth, 36, was found just a few miles from where Amy disappeared. Both the women had been shot several times.

“Unfortunately the investigation that began with the disappearance of Amy Henslee this past Monday evening culminated this morning with the discovery of her body and also the body of Tonya Howarth,” Juris Kaps, the Van Buren County Prosecutor said.

The blood that was found at the trailer yesterday, lead the police to the buried bodies of Henslee and Howarth.

Tonya Howarth was the girlfriend of Junior Lee Beebe, 34, a cousin of James Henslee, Amy’s husband.

Beebe, 34, was arrested and has been arraigned on two counts of open murder and two counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. (see video at left to view video of Beebe)

The bodies of Amy Sue Henslee who has been missing since Monday (more here) and another woman, Tonya Howarth have been found. They were shot to death and buried.
Amy Sue Henslee, the missing Michigan mother of two and Tonya Howarth, 36, was found just a few miles from where Amy disappeared. Both the women had been shot several times.

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