Suicide note tells different account of girl’s murder

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By Dannie Oliveaux

JASPER — A suicide note left by a 19-year-old deceased male suspect in the murder of a Silsbee High School freshman cheerleader stated he was not responsible for the girl’s death.

Jasper County Sheriff Mitchel Newman released to the media contents of a note left by Paul Audrey Adams of Vidor, who is the suspect in the Oct. 1 shooting death of 14-year-old Tristan Hope Dilley. 

Dilley was found shot in the upstairs bedroom of her mother’s home located on County Road 784 near Buna. The victim was found lying facedown on her bed by her 13-year-old brother about 7:45 p.m.


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