Amanda Clairmont was a make-up artist. She had created a brand new Instagram account to showcase her work two weeks earlier than she was discovered murdered in a vacant parking zone in Corinth, a suburb of 21,000 individuals about 30 miles north of Dallas.
“Comply with my new make-up Instagram account and help me work please,” she posted on Twitter.
Corinth police found the 21-yr-previous College of North Texas scholar at 6 am on Sunday throughout a routine patrol close to Church Drive and Interstate 35E service street. Her automotive headlights have been on and her passenger aspect door open, in line with police. She’d been shot to dying, although police have not realized what number of occasions she’d been shot.
It was the primary homicide to hit the small group in 17 years. Her killer nonetheless stays at giant.
Corinth police on Friday advised the Dallas Observer there was no replace. Final week, police officers informed Fox four Information on Monday that detectives have been working “across the clock” to seek out out who killed Clairmont. “Everyone’s going in several instructions, making an attempt to find any potential lead that we will provide you with,” Corinth Police Chief Debra Walthall stated.
Denton County Sheriff’s Workplace and the Texas Rangers are serving to detectives with the investigation.
Clairmont’s half-brother, Mike Gawlik, informed the Denton Report-Chronicle that Clairmont, who lived in Corinth, had been consuming Saturday night time within the Fry Road space close to the College of North Texas the place she was listed as a enterprise main, in accordance with the college.
The Report-Chronicle reported that Clairmont was raised in Sandwich, Illinois, and moved to Texas about 10 years in the past after her mom died of most cancers. She attended highschool in Frisco, and one among her former classmates informed the Dallas Observer that Clairmont was pretty in style throughout her junior and senior yr. “She was undoubtedly recognized for her hair and make-up,” the previous classmate stated. “Her look was very distinctive.”
Clairmont was a senior on the College of North Texas. “Our hearts are heavy with the information of the tragic lack of her life,” UNT President Neal Smatresk stated in a press release final week.
Clairmont’s brother David turned to Twitter late Sunday night on the day of his sister’s homicide and posted, “‘If the individuals we love are stolen from us, the best way to have them stay on is to by no means cease loving them.’ I really like you Amanda.”
In case you have any details about what occurred to Clairmont, contact Corinth police at 940-498-2017.