One year since Jeannie Quinn's murder

One year since Jeannie Quinn's murder

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photo from Hockley County Sheriff's Office photo from Hockley County Sheriff's Office
LUBBOCK, Texas -

It's been one year since the murder of Jeannie Quinn. Investigators found her body hanging from a tree near Abilene.

Hard wire was twisted around her neck. The medical examiner calls it a staged hanging and reports she died of asphyxiation.

Quinn's family is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest an conviction. At last check, it's more than $11,000.

Investigators named Ricky Don Henderson a person of interest in her death. Hockley County deputies arrested him for a parole violation in December.

As we reported a day ago, Henderson is also tied to the disappearance of his wife, Stephanie Henderson, in 1993. DPS is offering $6,000 for any information that can solve her case. 

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