PANOLA CO, MS (WMC) - Jessica Chambers' story horrified the Mid-South and Monday WMC Action News 5 is taking action, and working to get justice for the Panola County teenager.
District Attorney John Champion says that investigators are beginning to receive some autopsy results in her case, and more could come back this week. Police investigators hope those results will offer more leads into her death.
The 19-year-old was laid to rest on Saturday. Hundreds attended a candle light vigil and funeral one week after her body was found burned near her car.
No arrests have been made in this case, but the FBI and the ATF have joined the investigation. Panola County Sheriff's Office is still the lead agency.
If you have any clues that may help investigators call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-729-2169.
A team of seven WMC Action News 5 investigators spent all day and night Monday in Panola County.
They fanned out across the county, asking questions and digging for answers.
WMC Action News 5 investigators met with Jessica's mother and sister, and also showed their respect at Jessica's grave site. She is resting next to her brother, Ben, who died 2 years ago in a car crash.
WMC Action News 5 investigators also went back to the scene of the crash and to the gas station where Jessica was caught on video pumping gas hours before her death. The video and the receiver have both been turned over to investigators, but the owner of that gas station and his son say they've had trouble at the gas station ever since.
Though no arrests have been made, investigators are still searching for evidence that may help bring justice for Jessica.