Saturday, July 19, 2008


"The officers immediately saw signs of foul play," police spokesman Chris Mears said.
The police treated the apartment complex like a crime scene, using red tape and the mobile Command Center.

File Photo: Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis AP/El Paso Police Department

AP/El Paso Police Department
Police say the wife of Clinton Lewis (above), Fort Bliss soldier Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis, is missing and considered in danger.

Police: Missing Fort Bliss Soldier May Be in Danger
Saturday, July 19, 2008
Associated Press / FOXNEWS.COM

EL PASO, Texas — Police say a female Fort Bliss soldier is missing and considered in danger after she did not report for work Friday and they found evidence of foul play inside her apartment.

Authorities were searching for Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis, 29, and her husband, Clinton. El Paso Officer Chris Mears said they believe the couple is together and want to talk to her husband, Clinton Lewis, 34, about the disappearance.

Mears said investigators have been told by people who know the soldier that she and her husband, who is not in the Army, have been having marital problems.

Fort Bliss spokeswoman Jean Offutt said that when Jenessa Lewis didn't report to physical training or work, soldiers from the 5-52 Air Defense Artillery Battalion, 11th Brigade went to her off-post apartment to check on her. The apartment she shares with her husband was locked, prompting the call to police.

When police arrived just after noon, investigators found evidence of foul play, Mears said.
Mears said neither Lewis nor her husband were at the apartment. He would not discuss details of what officers found in the apartment.

Investigators are looking for a 2001 white Dodge Dakota pickup truck with Texas tags the couple is believed to be in.

Police say they believe Mr. and Mrs. Lewis could be in a
White 2001 Dodge Dakota truck with Texas plates 20ZFD7.

If Anyone has information on the case your being asked to call

El Paso Crime Stoppers at 566 TIPS.


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