It has been about three years since a Dothan woman's body was found in a ditch outside of Bonifay, Florida.
Her daughter spoke to News 4 about the still unsolved case, and a new hope.
Nearly three years after her mother's body was found in a ditch near Bonifay, Angel Faulk visits the site for the first time.
The emotion is too much to bear, maybe because authorities have not ever revealed why her mother died, or if anyone else is responsible for it.
Mills' husband, Dwight Mills, was the last person to see her alive. After filing a missing person's report, he admitted to police he left her on the side of a road near Ebro. The body was found 25 miles from there.
Faulk doesn't buy his story. Mills went to jail for filing a false report, but to this day neither he, nor anyone else has been charged.
Medical examiners in Holmes County have never been able to say for certain how she died, but now there's hope.
Houston County District Attorney Doug Valeska has pledged to Faulk he will take the case, as long as the area's state attorney lets him. Valeska is communicating with Steve Meadows Florida State Attorney for that area.
Until then, a daughter continues to fight for a mother taken too soon.
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