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Real Name: Cassidy Jacquelyn Senter
Nicknames: None known
Location: Hazelwood, Missouri
Date: December 1, 1993

Bio[]

Occupation: Student
Date of Birth: 1983
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Marital Status: Single
Characteristics: Unrevealed

Case[]

Details: Cassidy Senter is the ten-year-old daughter of Rhonda Senter who lived in the lower half of Michael Goldbeck's home on Tall Tree Court in Hazelwood, St. Louis County. On December 1, 1993, she arrived home from school then went off to a friend's house. She was last seen at an intersection where Tall Tree Court became Spring Forest Lane.
At 5PM, Rhonda called to inquire about Cassidy and learned she had never arrived. few minutes after 5pm. Joined by a neighbor, she searched for her before calling the police who continued the search. They instituted a ground and air search that continued for days.
On December 9, 1993, two pedestrians in St. Louis discovered Cassidy's body in an alley wrapped in two bed comforters and a pink curtain. Her jacket and sweater had been pulled above her chest, and her jeans were pulled inside out down over her ankles. A sheet was looped around each of them and tied in the middle to hold them together. The autopsy revealed decomposition on the upper portion of her body and at least four tears to the scalp and multiple fractures in the skull. There were bruises on her chin, right check, right shoulder, breast bone, abdomen each side of her chest wall, and on the upper back at the base of the neck. Numerous other bruises were found over her body. These injuries suggested she had been beat to death. Tire treads near the body were linked to a U-Haul Truck.
Extra Notes: This case has never been featured on the show, but it was documented on The New Detectives in 2004. It has been suspected of being connected to that of Angie Housman.
Results: Solved. Cassidy's murder was subsequently linked to Thomas Brooks, who was arrested on February 3, 1994. His sister testified to him using a U-Haul truck on the day of the murder. He later confessed to a detective that he killed her and covered her body with the bedding and drapery before leaving for work. He died on May 16, 2000 at the Moberly Prison, from an undisclosed illness. This case is no longer linked to that of Angie Housman.
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