Katy Throneberry Missing in Denton since Friday, June 9

Katy Throneberry Missing – Katy Throneberry has been missing since Friday, June 9, 2023. At approximately noon, Throneberry was seen for the last time getting into her 1998 Powder Blue Ford Crown Victoria with the licence plate CHH1285 at Cracker Barrel in Denton. The blue jean shorts that were knee length, the brown Nintendo shirt, and Katy’s spectacles were what Katy was wearing. She has light brown hair and blue eyes, and her height is roughly 5 feet 10 inches.

If you have seen Katy or have any information regarding where she may be, please contact Stephanie Throneberry at the number 469-307-9939. The members of Katy’s family are quite concerned about her well-being. A report of the missing person has been made, and a theft report has been filled out for the vehicle.

RELATED ARTICLE: Missing Denton man with intellectual disabilities found dead 

A guy with intellectual disabilities who was 41 years old and had been reported missing from the Denton State Supported Living Center was discovered dead mere days after his disappearance. At approximately 11:20 a.m. on Thursday, the body of LeCarvin DeKevin Lewis, who also goes by the name “Kevin,” was discovered at the living facility. According to relatives of his family, his body was discovered outside, around a mound of dirt, adjacent to a kitchen that was located on the property.

The Denton police department did not disclose any information regarding the manner in which Lewis passed away or the location he was thought to have been during the days that he was reported missing. On Saturday afternoon, it was announced that Lewis had gone missing. According to the police, he suffered from “several physical ailments.”

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission, which is in charge of supervising the institution, issued a statement on Thursday saying that it is assessing its regulations and security procedures to determine if or not they need to be made more stringent. According to a representative for the facility, there are approximately 450 people who call the center their home. According to state regulations, the campus spans 189 acres and is enclosed by fencing.

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