Gayla Glenn - Jersey Village High School

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Gayla Glenn - Jersey Village High School
The 1991 Jersey Village High School yearbook photo of Gayla Glenn.
Date & Place: at Jersey Village High School 7600 Solomon St, in Jersey Village, Harris County, Texas 77040, United States
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Gayla Michelle Glenn
Gayla Michelle Glenn was born to father Charles Mark Glenn and mother Juanita Frances Smith. Gayla had siblings Melissa, Dustin, and Dylan Crum. She had a long term relationship with her boyfriend Paul Butera - described in her obituary as her husband - and they had a son together, Niko. She was found dead in her bedroom by her boyfriend - she had a single gunshot wound. A copy of a report about her death provided by ABC 13 Eyewitness news is at Gayla Glenn’s Murder 41 year old Paul Butera called 911 on August 19th of 2009 to say he arrived at his home on Poplar Grove in Falling Creek to find his longtime girlfriend dead in the master bedroom. Because there were no signs of forced entry nor did there seem to have been a struggle and also because police had been called to the residence before (for undisclosed reasons) this particular case was a mysterious one. Thankfully, Michelle's 7 year old son was at his grandmother's at the time of the incident. Both Michelle and Paul had prior criminal records. In 1996 she lived at 1829 Augusta Dr. Apt 27 in Houston Texas, and previously lived at 3005 Lakewood Houston Texas and 12117 Aldine W. Field 11 also in Houston. As of 2014, there were no suspects in Gayla's unsolved murder and as of January 2023, no one has been arrested. For a copy of her obituary see: Gayla Michelle Glenn: Obituary. UPDATE: The last update released on Gayla's murder was in 2014. At that time, her murder was still being investigated and there were no suspects.
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