Clay Waller pleads guilty to 2nd degree murder in disappearance and death of wife, Jacque Waller
CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY, Mo. - Investigators accused him of killing his wife, Jacque Waller. Thursday, Clay Waller admitted to the crime.
According to investigators, Clay Waller had this crime planned out. Investigators say he acted alone with no accomplices, and killed Jacque in the afternoon on June 1, 2011. Then, he took her by boat to an area near Devils Island in Alexander County, and buried her six feet below ground. Investigators were very candid saying Clay dug the hole the day before and even flew over the area in a helicopter.