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Body Discovered of Woman Missing In Huntington Since 2021, Arrests Made.

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Huntington Police asked the public for assistance in finding Chrissy Judd, October 29, 2021. Judd was last seen by her boyfriend on September 7, 2021 around 1 p.m. in the 900 block of Jefferson Avenue getting into a silver or light-colored SUV, possibly a newer model Jeep SUV, with an unknown registration. Officers say it could’ve been from Ohio. Her boyfriend reported her missing two days after she was last seen.

On May 12th, 2023 Lora Lucas – Chrissy Judd’s mother announced on Facebook that the remains of her daughter had been found.

Huntington police detectives have arrested two brothers for their involvement in the murder of a missing Huntington woman, according to Chief Phil Watkins.

On Tuesday, May 9, 2023, Kentucky State Police began investigating skeletal remains discovered in Carter County. 

Working together, HPD detectives, Kentucky Troopers, and the Kentucky Medical Examiner’s Office were able to utilize dental records to confirm the identity of the remains as Ms. Judd.

Combining Kentucky authorities’ information with HPD’s investigation into Judd’s 2021 disappearance, investigators determined Ms. Judd was murdered in Huntington, and her body was transported to Kentucky in an attempt to conceal her death.

Friday evening, at approximately 6 p.m., Huntington police detectives and the HPD SWAT Team arrested Brock Meade inside a residence in the 700 block of Jefferson Avenue, after arresting his brother, Tucker Meade, during a traffic stop just 30 minutes earlier.

Brock Meade, of Huntington, has been charged with Murder and felony Concealment of a Deceased Human Body.

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Tucker Meade, also of Huntington, has been charged with felony Concealment of a Deceased Human Body.

This is a developing story that will be updated as warranted.

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  • Ron Gregory

    From Mayor of Glenville at age 26 to Assistant Mayor of Charleston, management of various public entities, and countless political races in West Virginia – Ron Gregory is the most noted political correspondent in the state.

From Mayor of Glenville at age 26 to Assistant Mayor of Charleston, management of various public entities, and countless political races in West Virginia - Ron Gregory is the most noted political correspondent in the state.