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Enloe Deen missing from Louisiana since 2017

Enloe Deen

Missing Person Louisiana Enloe Deen

June 4, 2018 – Franklin Parish Sheriff Kevin Cobb reported Melinda R. “Lynn” Dungan, 59, 1260 Hwy. 858, Delhi, was arrested Wednesday, May 30, on charges of second degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the disappearance of Enloe Fletcher Deen.

Dungan’s brother, William Todd Dungan, 49, and sister-in-law Martha S. Dungan, 59, also of 1260 Hwy. 858, Delhi, were arrested May 30 as well, and are facing charges of conspiracy to commit murder and accessory after the fact in connection with the case.

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Enloe Deen has been missing from the Delhi, Louisiana since July 11, 2017.  Deen lived in the  Franklin Parish area for 12 years. Enloe’s family has not much to go on.  Enloe was there one day and gone the next.  He had no car so he walked to wherever he needed to go.  If you have any information or happen to see someone that looks like Enloe, snap a photo and let us know.  At this point there is not much else to go on and any tip might lead to Enloe’s location.  Thank you!

Deen is 5’10”, approximately 210 pounds, with blue eyes and brownish-grey hair.

The family is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to his whereabouts.

Enloe Deen
Enloe Deen

If you have seen Deen, your are asked to contact the Franklin Parish Sheriff’s at (318)435-4505.




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