Search Continues For Boyfriend Of Shooting Victim

Search Continues For Boyfriend Of Shooting Victim

Doctors say a woman found left for dead in an Arkansas field is improving, but there are still many unanswered questions in this case.
FAYETTE COUNTY, TN (localmemphis.com)--Her will to live seems stronger than bullets. Doctors say a woman found left for dead in an Arkansas field is improving, but there are still many unanswered questions in the case. 

A farmer found Stacy Buckley Wednesday afternoon, more than 65 miles from the home she shares with her boyfriend, Jeffery Wall. Investigators are very interested in talking to Wall, once they find him.

Investigators spent all day looking for clues at the home on Oak Hollow Cove in Arlington, Tennessee Thursday. Police say the two have a violent past, filled with numerous domestic calls to the house.

"It is kind of shocking in a way to know something like that is right by you," said one neighbor.

Another neighbor said he saw Wall and Buckley in their driveway Sunday afternoon. He said the two were washing Wall's motorcycle and appeared to be happy.

Just 72 hours later, Buckley was clinging to life after a farmer and woman, Debra Williams, found her crawling out of a bean field near Widener, Arkansas. Williams said she had been shot in the face and beaten.

"I figured she had been in the field for quite a while because she was asking for water," said Williams.

Neighbors say Jeffrey Wall is a longtime Memphis Gas Light & Water (MLGW) employee, something the utility could not confirm after business hours Thursday.

Wall's ex-wife said she called the Fayette County Sheriff's Office Tuesday evening, after Wall failed to show up to see their daughter. She said investigators had asked her to walk through Wall's home to see if anything was wrong, but she declined to elaborate on what she saw inside. Like everyone else, she says she hasn't talked to Wall in days.

Police are still looking for Wall and the two vehicles missing from the home. One of the vehicles is a white Sierra Denali pickup truck with TN tag 674-FQS. The second vehicle is a white 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe SUV with TN tag 523-LLD. If you know anything that can help investigators in this case, call the Fayette County Sheriff's Office at (901) 465-3456.



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