18 years later, Heather Teague case still unsolved | News
KENTUCKY (WFIE) - Today marks the 18-year anniversary of Heather Teague's disappearance from Newburgh beach in Henderson, KY in 1995.
One witness says he saw Heather being dragged off the beach at gunpoint. Leads into suspects and whereabouts of Heather have all come up empty.
Her mother, Sarah, will be placing purple ribbons on a tree in downtown Madisonville around 1 p.m. August 26th, marking 18 years since Heather went missing.
Last month, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by Sarah Teague against members of the FBI, Kentucky State Police, the Henderson Police Department and others in February alleging a cover-up.
U.S. District Judge Thomas B. Russell ruled that Sarah Teague of Madisonville brought her case to court too late to be prosecuted and that the allegations lack merit.