Rebecca Landrith Wiki – Rebecca Landrith Biography

According to Rebecca Landrith Bio, Wiki and Biography, She was a former NYC based model and a finalist in Miss Manhattan back in 2014. Rebecca was found dead at a Pennsylvania highway exit. Her death was ruled a homicide and a truck driver has since been arrested and charged in connection with her murder.

Rebecca’s body was identified as the body of a woman found along a Pennsylvania interstate. According to local media, eighteen bullets were removed from her body in the autopsy. The gunshot wounds were on her neck, chest, and face area plus two on her hand.




Rebecca Landrith was 47 years old.

Earlier Life, Family

Landrith was the youngest of five children. She had never married. Her parents were divorced. According to the bio on her website, she had a diverse skill set. She described herself as an “accomplished violinist,” “highly educated,” and said she previously worked in law.

Landrith’s studio modelling page lists her credentials, which include both fashion and runway modelling. She was also a finalist in several pageants. In 2014, she was both a finalist for the Miss Manhattan contest in New York City and America’s It Girl Miss Lady Liberty. The page also includes dozens of modelling photos.

Murder, Death Cause

Landrith’s body was found along the off-ramp of I-80 east near mile marker 199 by a snowplough driver early in the morning on Sunday, February 7. Police believe she was killed a few hours earlier.

Her death was being investigated as a homicide after the body was found. A Pennsylvania State Police press release said her body was “left along the off-ramp.”

Landrith’s body was found by a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) worker who was working on snow removal. She had suffered from gunshot wounds to the head, neck, and throat, and did not have identification, according to the Philly Voice.

Receipts found with her body indicated she had recently travelled through Wisconsin and Indiana. She was identified by fingerprints found on the receipts. She did have a piece of crucial evidence in her leather jacket: the name and contact information for Rollins, who is the suspect in her murder case, police said.

She also had receipts with her that helped police build a timeline of her last days. They used the gas station and fast food receipts to obtain fingerprints and identify her body, and obtained surveillance footage from locations in Wisconsin and Ohio. There, she was seen on surveillance video with a man matching Rollins’ description, according to the Daily Item. A motive was not immediately released in the shooting.

Suspect Tracy Ray Rollins Jr

Pennsylvania State Police identified the suspect as Tracy Ray Rollins Jr., 28, of Dallas, Texas. Rollins was charged with criminal homicide and abuse of a corpse in West Buffalo Township, Union County, according to the docket sheet filed in his case. State police said he was arrested in Connecticut, and he is now awaiting extradition back to Pennsylvania.

Charges were filed at the office of Magisterial District Judge Jeffrey Mensch, Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania. Rollins is being held on $1 million bails at the Hartford Correctional Center in Connecticut. His arraignment was scheduled for Thursday, February 11.





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