Houston police compiling surveillance video as investigation into woman’s death continues

Houston Police are compiling video evidence from cameras positioned near the scene where local woman Alexis Sharkey’s body was discovered naked along the side of the road, according to a local affiliate report.

The 26-year-old was discovered Saturday morning on the side of Red Haw Lane in west Houston, just one day after she was last reportedly seen. Investigators have not released any public information in the case since Dec. 1 and an autopsy is still pending by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.


Local affiliate FOX26 Houston reported earlier this week that area salon Jenry Kelley Cosmetics – Memorial West had a camera positioned to face the roadway. Police have since taken the footage from the device as part of their investigation, salon workers confirmed to the news station. 

Alexis Lee Sharkey was 26 when she was found dead in Houston. (Stacey Clark Robinault)

Alexis Lee Sharkey was 26 when she was found

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Houston small business owner getting a boost from well-known company

In our ongoing Rebound and Recovery series, a Houston small business owner is getting a boost thanks to one well-known company.

If you’re a Houston woman, chances are you have LAMIK Beauty products in your makeup bag.

The brand has been sold in Nordstrom stores and shops across the country, but the pandemic hasn’t been kind to many business owners. So LAMIK’s latest support from a national company couldn’t come at a better time.

“My whole adult life I’ve been an entrepreneur. Am I crazy or am I what,” laughs LAMIK Owner Kim Roxie.

The brilliant and beautiful business owner started her own makeup company when she was just 21-years-old.

“I know this is an oil and gas city, but we are

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