Abilene police have filed search warrants to get information from the cell phones of two individuals who could have been involved in the death of Jeannie Quinn, 20 of Levelland.
KRBC TV in Abilene reports Abilene Police released information Wednesday relating to the death of Quinn back in April. Her body was found in Abilene after being reported missing to the Hockley County Sheriff’s Office. Court documents indicate that Quinn’s last known companion was her boyfriend. Police questioned the boyfriend the day after Quinn’s body was found. He told police they drove from Levelland to the Abilene area to visit some friends. The boyfriend stated that upon arrival in Abilene the two got in a fight and Quinn drove away in his pickup and left him on the side of North First Street in Abilene. The boyfriend said he tried to contact Quinn numerous times with no success. He then called a friend who picked him up, after he walked all the way to Snyder. The friend then drove him to Levelland, the boyfriend then got another pickup and drove back to Abilene to search for Quinn according to court documents.
Abilene police also said the circumstance of where Quinn’s body was found indicate that of a homicide.
Abilene police detectives are filing warrants to get data and electronic communications from phones belonging to Quinn’s boyfriend and his friend as they could contain evidence related to the case.
KLVT News will continue to follow this story and update as more information is released. We are not releasing the names of the two individuals being investigated as no criminal charges have been filed at this time. This case remains under investigation of the Abilene Police Department.