Monday, May 3, 2021

Body of reigning Mrs. Dallas pageant queen was found in lake, medical examiner reports

 The body of Lashun Massey, the reigning Mrs. Dallas pageant queen, was pulled on Thursday from a northwest Texas lake, authorities said.

Fort Worth Star Telegraph

Massey, 38, was a program manager for research at the University of Texas at Dallas and was to be a part of the Mrs. Texas America pageant later this year.

The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office on Saturday said that Massey was the woman was found in Lago de Claire in Irving on Thursday, KTVT-TV reported.

Massey was reported missing Tuesday when she did not return home from her morning walk. Witnesses saw a woman who fit Massey’s description walk out of Lake de Claire on Tuesday morning, stand on a bench and walk off, Irving police spokesman Robert Reeves said.

Massey’s mother, Mary Ross, said that her daughter did not know how to swim.

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