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WANTED: Woman charged with murder victim's ID theft

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WARREN COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Investigators are searching for the woman accused of stealing a murder victim's identity.

The Warren County District Attorney's office says Susan Gould did not show up to her court date scheduled more than a week ago and an arrest warrant has been issued.

Gould is charged with two counts of identity theft, one count of grand larceny, and one count of check forgery. She was scheduled to appear before a grand jury Jan. 25 but was a no show.

Her boyfriend, Fred Jackson, 61, of Warren County, was beaten in January 2011. 

"We feel like she is getting away with what she did to our daddy," said Jackson's daughter Sheila Hedrick.

Two Jackson men were accused in the beating at a job site in Jackson. They are scheduled to be tried Feb. 11 in Hinds County.

Jontez Garvis, 30, and David De'Undra Thomas, 26, are each charged with capital murder.

Police say Jackson was beaten while working at a salvage yard in north Jackson on Jan. 29, 2011. Jackson died more than a month later at a Jackson hospital.

Garvis and Thomas, initially charged with aggravated assault and robbery, are being held without bond in the Hinds County jail. Prosecutors say a cellphone, $500 and a payroll check were reportedly stolen during the attack.

Now, as Jackson's family seeks closure in the brutal killing, they also want someone to come forward with information on Gould's whereabouts.

"He was over there fighting for his life and [Gould] was out blowing money and getting credit cards in his name, and going out and just having a good time and now she's in hiding somewhere," said Hedrick.

Jackson's family urges anyone with information on Gould's whereabouts to contact your local law enforcement.

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