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Other than teaching Spanish in high school, Theresa also taught a leadership class at the middle school.
She contributed to after-school committees, including as the advisor to the school’s National Honor Society.
Theresa’s sister Joan Mullowney told The Huffington Post she contacted Lockhart when she heard the news about her sister’s disappearance.
“He wasn’t very forthcoming with information,” Mullowney said.
An 18-year-old Michigan tourist who was visiting New York City with her family was fatally struck by a wrong-way, out-of-control car in Times Square on Thursday.
Alyssa Elsman, was identified by the New York Post as the victim killed in the chaotic crash, which left several other pedestrians wounded. The car’s driver, 26-year-old Richard Rojas, of the Bronx, fled from the car after striking pedestrians on the sidewalk in the area between West 42nd and West 45th streets, near 7th Avenue. A Go Fund Me has been started to raise money for Elsman’s family to help them pay for her funeral costs and for her sister’s medical costs. Here’s what you need to know: Alyssa Elsman, an 18-year-old Michigan girl, was struck and killed between 42nd and 43rd streets, the New York Post reports.
He also confessed to having killed her on May 18, and disposing of her body the next day in the Allegan Game Area, about 50 miles from their home.
After more than 100 days of searching, police recovered the body of Theresa Lockhart, a 44-year-old high school Spanish teacher from Portage, Michigan, who was reported missing in May.
“In the note he indicated that he just ‘snapped,'” Armold said, referring to the reason behind Theresa’ murder.
The teacher was reported missing by her colleagues after she didn’t show up to work for two consecutive days.
The mystery of her death was solved after her husband, 47-year-old Christopher Lockhart, was found dead in their home Tuesday shortly before 11 a.m., according to the Portage Department of Public Safety.
Christopher was meant to report to the Corrections Division at 10 a.m.