Missing Person Iowa Mollie Tibbetts
August 21, 2018 – The body of Mollie Tibbetts has likely been found. There is no information at this time of where she was located other than in Iowa.
August 5 -The body of a young, white woman was found on August 4 near Fort Madison. According to WHO-TV, the body was found in Lee County in the 2000 block of 235th Avenue near West Point, by an unknown person. The police stated they have “no reason to believe” the body is Mollie Tibbetts.
August 2, 2018 – Mollie Tibbetts is still missing. The family has announced that the reward is now at $172,000. The police have gathered at a pig farm to search after a red shirt was found near the Lincoln Wildfire Reserve in Brooklyn, Iowa. (The authorities have not confirmed a red shirt was found at this writing.) A man living in a home near the pig farm has been taken in for questioning. Wayne Cheney said he was questioned for two hours by officials, reports the NY Post and said he had “nothing to hide.” Further search of Wayne’s past shows that he has pled guilty for stalking charges in 2009 and 2014. (Video below)
As you watch the video above from WHOTV you will notice Wayne’s body language while he is being questioned; scratching of the nose, earlobe and eye. In the video below we see all three done by Wayne.
“The Eye Rub is the brain’s attempt to block out the deceit. Rubbing one’s eyes could be one of the many signs of lying. In men, it is a more pronounced gesture: they rub their eyes, as if they got something in the eye.”
“The index finger (usually of the writing hand) scratches the side of the neck below the earlobe. Another sign of lying is scratching the neck below the earlobe a few times.”
Do you think that the video shows Wayne is lying by his body language, or do you believe that he was overwhelmed and nervous and has nothing to do with Mollie’s disappearance?
Wayne has 46 criminal & traffic records. The Iowa Courthouse shows some of
Wayne Cheney court records:
Harassment third degree. Dismissed. 2015.Iowa County.
Improper use of media, curb or acc facility. 2015. Iowa County. Guilty. Fined.
Stalking, violation of protection order. Guilty. 2014. 2 years probation. Marion County.
Contempt violation of no contact or protective order, in 2014 – dismissed. Marion County.
Contempt violation of no contact or protective order. Guilty. 2011. Jasper County. Fined.
Contempt violation of no contact or protective order. 2010. Guilty. Poweshiek County.
Contempt violation of no contact or protection order. 2010. Dismissed. Poweshiek County.
Harassment second degree. Guilty. 2009. Poweshiek County.
Burglary third degree. Dismissed, 2009. Poweshiek County.
Harassment third degree. Dismissed. 2009. Poweshiek County.
Interference with official acts. Guilty. 2009. Poweshiek County.
Stalking, violation of protection order was charged- adjudicated of harassment first degree. Guilty 2009. Poweshiek County.
Harassment by communication. 1996. Poweshiek County.
Criminal trespass. Guilty. 1996. Poweshiek County.
Harassment by personal contact. Dismissed. 1996. Poweshiek County.
BTW, I have heard that there is another suspect, but at this writing I have not heard the name. Updates as they come in.
Mollie Tibbetts, 20, a student at the University of Iowa has been missing since Wednesday, July18, 2018. Mollie has gone for a run in Brooklyn. She had not been seen since 10 p.m. that night It is unclear whether she went missing late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning as the red shirt she was supposed to wear at an event on Thursday cannot be located.
Authorities think she was wearing gym shorts, a black sports bra, and running shoes. Tibbetts is described as 5’3″ tall, weighing 120 pounds.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call the Poweshiek County Sheriff’s Office at 641-623-5679.
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