For three years, Logan Overcash and his family waited for answers and waited for justice.
“We’ve got closure, but it’s not the closure that we want,” Overcash said.
Overcash’s brother-in-law Cory Moore went missing in September 2020; five months later police found his body in a wooded area in Sanford.
Overcash remembers Moore as a great guy who was full of funny stories.
“You could pretty much put him in any social environment and he would adapt. You know what I mean? Like, he could he can talk to anyone,” Overcash remembered.
While Overcash said Moore battled some demons throughout his life, he was on the right path before his death.
“It was just kind of one of the things that, you know, we tried to protect him from it as much as we could, and I guess it just found its way back to him,” Overcash said.
An investigation later uncovered that Moore died from an overdose. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office went on to arrest the individual who they believed sold him the drugs with a charge called ‘ death by distribution.
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