Another search for clues in Jacque Waller case

Monday, October 15, 2012 | 1:15 p.m. CDT

CAPE GIRARDEAU — Another search, but no new evidence in the case of a southeast Missouri mother who has been missing for more than 17 months.

Jacque Waller disappeared June 1, 2011. Her estranged husband, Clay Waller, is charged with first-degree murder even though Jacque Waller's body has never been found.

KFVS-TV reported that on Sunday, the day the couple's triplets turned 7, more than three dozen people searched near a levee in East Cape Girardeau, Ill.

Clay Waller is already in prison. He was convicted last year of threatening Jacque Waller's sister in an Internet posting and is housed at a federal prison in Louisiana. He is due in court Oct. 22 for arraignment on the murder charge.

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