Families Remember their Girls a Decade and a Half After their Unsolved Murder

By: Courtney Crown Email
By: Courtney Crown Email

OZARK-- Most people who live in the Wiregrass have heard the details about the unsolved murder case of J.B. Beasley and Tracie Hawlett on July 31, 1999.

The two girls were found by Ozark Police on August 1, 1999 shot to death in the back of Beasley's Mazda.

While many questions remain, one thing is for certain. The two girls meant the world to their families, likewise their families meant everything to them.

"She was 17 years old and she and the way she put her priorities, she put her family first, she put God first," Chris Roberts, Tracie's youngest brother, said.

"J.B. was just unbelievable," Joey Burgoon, J.B.'s stepfather, said. "She liked to dance, she loved her sisters.
she loved her sisters.

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