Authorities say John Boyer ( Pictured above) pleaded guilty to killing a woman, believed to be a prostitute, in North Carolina. He’s facing charges in two other deaths, one in Tennessee and one in South Carolina.In all three cases, bodies were dumped near interstates.The apparent lack of remorse from Boyer has police officers encouraging their colleagues who work near major highways in the southeast to check their unsolved homicide files and missing person cases.
Community United Effort, CUE Center for Missing Persons has put together its own task force made up of several experts in the field of the UNID, missing persons and researchers form various regions, meeting for the first time last night.
PURPOSE: The project is called “Long Haul Territory Killer”. We hope to combine all the cases we have first hand knowledge of, compiled together with existing case facts, interviews and information gathered over the years in reference to any links to John Wayne Boyer.The team has already publicly named a few cases of concern and have reached out to a some investigators on cold cases this past week.
OBJECTIVE: The team will be erecting a web site in an effort to aid investigators on a nation level with tips, cases submissions and facts to help identified cases of unsolved homicides, unidentified decedents and active missing person cases that have lingered for years across the nation.
How we got our name:
Definition Territory: any tract of land; district
Long Haul: a journey over a long distance, esp one involving the transport of goods
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On April 22,1998 a young lady named Peggy Carr was out doing errands when in broad daylight, in a Wilmington shopping mall parking lot, she was abducted by two men that recently been released from jail and were on “what we know now” over a week long crime spree of stealing, committing murders and unspeakable crimes. Peggy’s remains were recovered over seven months later in Bladen County, a rural area located in North Carolina.
CUE Center for Missing Persons, although founded in 1994 had never been involved in such a high profiled case like this abduction; later Peggy’s tragic death, her life, the search for her, the recovery and her legacy became the tool that shaped, what is known today as the CUE Center (Community United Effort) is considered by all who are a part of our center the “landmark” case.
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Decks of cards featuring 52 cases of unsolved homicides, missing persons, wanted persons and the unidentified in an effort to bring awareness of cold cases.