Breanna Wood is last seen at a convenience mart after texting her mother she was on her way home.

When she doesn’t show, her mother, Fallon, files a missing person report. Months later, Breanna Wood’s dismembered body is found inside a two-foot square box.

Seven people are charged in the case. Not all of those charged have yet to see a jury, but as the cases are being prepped Nueces County First Asst. District Attorney, Angelica Hernandez, came to Fallon Wood for help sorting through pre-trial evidence in the case against the man accused of actually murdering Breanna.

Wood was put into a room with boxes of evidence related to her daughter’s case, including crime scene photos. For three days, Wood sat on the floor sorting all the interviews, photos, and more. Some videos Wood was allowed to take home.

The family’s access to the evidence creates many problems. Claims of tampering could be levied and could lead to Fallon Wood being disqualified as a witness in her daughter’s murder.

Joining Nancy Grace Today:

Matthew Mangino – Attorney, Former District Attorney (Lawrence County); Author: “The Executioner’s Toll: The Crimes, Arrests, Trials, Appeals, Last Meals, Final Words and Executions of 46 Persons in the United States”
Jeff Rickel –  Private Investigator for Breanna Wood’s mother, Former Texas Ranger
Dr. Jeff Kieliszewski – Forensic Psychologist, Author: “Dark Sides”
Kendall Crowns
Dr. Kendall Crowns – Chief Medical Examiner Tarrant County (Ft Worth, TX); Lecturer: University of Texas Austin and Texas Christian University Medical School
Taylor Alanis – TV News Anchor/ Multi-media journalist for  KRIS 6 News in Corpus Christi; Facebook & Twitter: @TaylorAlanisTV

Special Guest

  • Sharon Sedwick –  Crime Victims Advocate, mother of Jennifer Cave (who was killed in Austin); Passed the Jennifer Cave Act in 2007 that makes mutilation of a corpse a third-degree felony in the state of Texas; Instagram: @sharonsedwick

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[Feature Photo: Breanna Wood/GoFundMe]