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According to a press release provided by the Fort Hood Emergency Services Agency, Pfc. Jennifer Sewell’s last appearance was when he left the base around 4 pm on October 7.
His family and base officials tried to contact Sewell, but failed.
“Preliminary investigation revealed that Sewell left on his own for unknown reasons,” the press release read.
Seville is described as an African American woman, 5 feet 5 inches tall, brown hair and brown eyes. Officials also stated that Sewell does not have a car.
Anyone with information can contact the Fort Hood military police at (254) 288-1170.
Previous reports are as follows.
After the brutal murder of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Gillen in April 2020, the commander of the Army Criminal Investigation Command promised to seize the opportunity to correct personnel and resource problems, resulting in failure to track and resolve several soldier killings and suicides at the time . according to. “We can and we will do better,” Major General Donna Martin said.
More than two dozen Fort Hood soldiers died in 2020, including multiple homicides and suicides. Vanessa Guillen’s body was found in July, and other cases triggered an independent review that found that military leaders did not adequately address the high incidence of sexual assault, harassment, drug use, and other issues on the base. The review also concluded that the Army CID was understaffed, overwhelmed, and flooded with inexperienced investigators.
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