Walter B. Jones Comments On Crimes Against NC Servicewomen

This latest crime involving another death of one our service members possibly by the hands of another has many of you wondering why.

Early this year, Maria Lauterbach's body was found along with her unborn child, in a shallow grave in the backyard of Corporal Cesar Laurean.

Then just three weeks ago, another pregnant servicewoman was found dead in an motel room.

Fayetteville police are investigating the death of Army Specialist Megan Touma as well as the disappearance or Wimunc.

We caught up with Congressman Walter B. Jones to ask him about his thoughts on these types of crime involving our military. He says:

"Crimes are committed both in the military and outside the military, we have it everyday here in eastern Carolina...the only way we would be involved in that is that if there's a mental condition and again that's not just talking about this situation we're talking about being able to provide the mental health to those men and women who have fought and are coming back home"

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