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Posted by on Monday, September 16th, 2013 @ 9:11 pm.

MT. JULIET, Tenn.---A Harrisburg woman was found dead Saturday in her boyfriend's vehicle at a restaurant in Tennessee..

Friends of Terri DeNeal, 52, have confirmed that it was she who was found deceased in a truck on the parking lot of a Waffle House in Mt. Juliet, Tenn.

Here's a portion of the report from the Mt. Juliet News:

Around 5:30 p.m. officers were called to the restaurant at 236 South Mt. Juliet Road about a suspected deceased female in a vehicle in the parking lot. According to police, officers and members of  Wilson Emergency Management Agency determined the woman was dead. MJPD criminal investigators and a medical examiner then processed the scene and body, said police officials.

The preliminary investigation revealed this was not a criminal incident, and no obvious foul play, said police.

While her identity was withheld in the report, friends and now family have confirmed that it was indeed DeNeal.

She was the subject of a federal indictment issued just two weeks ago (Sept. 4), and featured in this issue of Disclosure (September-October 2013) in this article, Indicted on SSA/VA fraud. You can read the lead here:

A Harrisburg woman has been indicted in federal court on social security fraud.

While it’s unclear as of press time (September 8, 2013) whether or not Terri Ann DeNeal had been arrested, a federal warrant was issued and as of that date was showing no return service as yet.

DeNeal has been charged technically with “Mail Fraud” in federal court, the indictment coming down on Sept. 4.

There has been no cause of death indicated; it appears to be a suicide, according to Tennessee sources. More as we get it; keep checking back.

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  1. Robert Mitchell

    I am the boyfriend mentioned in the article above, although it was my father’s vehicle Terri was found in and I believe she was 51, not 52.
    Terri and I only shared a few short months together, but they were very happy times. She did not share her troubles with me. Had I known ***. Well, hindsight is 20/20.
    Goodbye Terri! We love you.

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