Honeypot Murder Suspect Once Faked Cancer, Friends Say

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Friends say Carson Sistrunk was one of the nicest people you’d ever meet. The 24-year-old Mississippi man was a hard worker, humble, loved hunting and fishing, and had a laugh that could have an entire room in stitches. To loved ones, Carson was a “gentle giant” who’d give anyone the shirt off his back.

Carson vanished on Sept. 4 after meeting a 20-year-old woman from Nashville who’d recently arrived in Mississippi. Her name was Sierra Inscoe, and they’d been chatting through social media.

Inscoe was pulled over in Carson’s silver Ford pickup two days later near New Hebron. Lawrence County Sheriff Ryan Everett told The Daily Beast that his agency was called to assist and observed a “pretty good amount” of blood in the truck bed.

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