Cape Girardeau County’s prosecutor this week is expected to spell out the evidence against Clay Waller, who is accused of killing his estranged wife even though her body has not been found more than a year after she disappeared.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 25 for Clay Waller, the southeast Missouri man accused of killing his estranged wife.
A year after Jacque Waller’s disappearance, her family is still struggling to come to grips with the loss of the vibrant mother of young triplets.
Clay Waller has also been charged with tampering with evidence.
Waller’s attorney filed the appeal Wednesday, a day after the sentence was handed down in federal court.
Her estranged husband, had allegedly confessed to his father that he killed Jacque Waller during a fight.
Jackson, Mo. man has not been charged in wife’s disappearance, so state cannot interview Waller’s ill father for deposition.
Ex-husband of missing wife is expected to change his not-guilty plea on a federal charge that he made an Internet threat against his wife’s sister.
Clay Waller plead not guilty on a federal charge that he made an Internet threat against his wife’s sister.
Prosecutor: Clay Waller makes admission in Jacque Waller’s disappearance and death