Police change missing rideshare driver case to homicide investigation
Louisiana State Police have changed the missing person case involving the disappearance of 33-year-old Ella Goodie to a homicide investigation as of Tuesday morning.
Both Goodie and her vehicle disappeared March 9. She was allegedly giving a ride to Brandon Francisco, who was arrested March 25 for being a person of interest in Goodie's case. Francisco was arrested in St. Joseph, Missouri.
Goodie's vehicle was found in the same place on April 1, a week later.
No further information has been made available.
"Based on investigative techniques and witness statements, detectives and other investigators have transitioned from a missing person's case to a homicide investigation," reports from Louisiana State Police said.
Anyone with information regarding Ella Goodie and her case should contact LSP at 318-484-2194.
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