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.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Kids lend helping hand to BR animal organizations using community service scholarships
Baton Rouge police looking to crack down on street racing as parish...
OMV reinstatement nightmare follows woman for months; state expanding call center
Part-time police department employee among 12 arrested in massive Pointe Coupee drug...
Gunfire erupts at funeral for Baton Rouge shooting victim; one person hurt
Southern defensive lineman Jason Dumas comes back home to be closer to...
LSU wideout Brian Thomas trying to take the next step in year...
New Orleans Saints Jarvis Landry is proving he's still one of the...
Woodlawn's Rickie Collins commits to LSU
Scotlandville's Jamall Franklin commits to Houston