New details emerge from investigator who found Lucas Hernandez

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New details are emerging from the private investigator who found Lucas Hernandez under a Harvey County bridge May 24. 

Emily Glass reported Lucas missing from their home on Feb. 17. Police had said Glass led a private investigator to Lucas’ body. 

That investigator, David Marshburn, sat down for an interview with Nancy Grace. The podcasts are available down below the story.

Marshburn called Emily Glass “cold and callous”. 

He said Glass told him she found Lucas dead in his bed the day she reported him missing, but Marshburn doesn’t believe that. 

The biggest shock comes from a recording Marshburn says he took of Glass where she said, “I did Lucas so wrong, I did him so wrong”.

On Wednesday, Emily Glass was released from the Sedgwick County Jail after being arrested on suspicion of obstruction and interference of a law enforcement office. 

Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett said investigators will continue to “follow up on newly developed leads” and that final autopsy results – including those from toxicology tests – are not yet available. Charges could be filed then.

By law, if you don’t charge someone within 72 hours of arresting them, they have to be released.
 

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