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Husband of woman allegedly dismembered in 9th Ward speaks

Micah Dardar was moved on Wednesday as he thought of his wife, Julia, and how he thought she would want her to be remembered. “She would like to be remembered as a good mother. She did her best. We had ups and downs, but when she was healthy and especially before that, we worked really hard.” , Dadar said. Micah Dardar reported that his wife Julia was missing as of December. He and their two daughters had the feeling that something was wrong. Weeks later, the 36-year-old was named the victim of an unranked death in the 9th Ward along Pauline Street, according to NOPD documents. “I knew she was on a bad road. But in this horrible way it ended. It is beyond comprehension,” said Micah Dardar. As late as Tuesday, NOPD found dismembered remains inside a freezer on a bus next to the residence alongside Pauline. However, authorities have not yet confirmed whether the remains are those of Julia Dardar. But for Micah, he said he had already calculated the situation. “There’s no doubt in my mind. She had been completely off the grid from the time this happened. She didn’t even contact the kids for Christmas, which she would, I believe. , even in his state of mind, ”Micah said. Micah Dardar has said his wife is addicted to crystal meth. She had started living with Benjamin Beale, owner of the house, months before her death. Beale has since been arrested on several counts, including the weapons and drug charges in the case. So far, no charges for the death of Julia Dardar. “I think he is one of those responsible. But I think there is a larger network of people who may have been directly or indirectly involved in the situation,” said Micah Dardar. “She has fallen into a downward spiral. We have been trying since June to get people to listen and help,” said Cheska Eymard, a friend of Julia and Micah Dardar. Meanwhile, other family members and Friends of Julia said they were also devastated. Mum was known to be caring and creative with a love for working on cars as a mechanic. But Micah Dardar said drug addiction was a weak spot that ultimately took hold. broken family. ”It’s a big void, a void in our lives. Because we always thought she would get better and come back, “he said. Micah Dardar said he hoped more information would be released on what exactly happened along de rue Pauline Stay with WDSU for the latest updates.

Micah Dardar was moved on Wednesday as he thought of his wife, Julia, and how he thought she would want her to be remembered.

“She would like to be remembered as a good mother. She did her best. We had ups and downs, but when she was healthy and especially before that, we worked really hard.” , Dadar said.

Micah Dardar reported the disappearance of his wife Julia in December. He and their two daughters had the feeling that something was wrong.

Weeks later, the 36-year-old was named the victim of an unranked death in the 9th Ward along Pauline Street, according to NOPD documents.

“I knew she was going down a wrong path. But that horrible way it ended. It’s amazing,” said Micah Dardar.

Again on Tuesday, NOPD found dismembered remains inside a freezer on a bus next to the residence alongside Pauline. However, authorities have not yet confirmed whether the remains are those of Julia Dardar.

But for Micah, he said he had already done the math on the situation.

“There’s no doubt in my mind. She had been completely disconnected from the network since about the time this would have happened. She didn’t even contact the kids for Christmas, which she would have, I believe, even in his state of mind, “said Micah.

Micah Dardar has said his wife is addicted to crystal meth. She had started living with Benjamin Beale, owner of the house, months before her death.

Beale has since been arrested on several counts, including the weapons and drug charges in the case. So far, no charges for the death of Julia Dardar.

“I think he is one of those responsible. But I think there is a larger network of people who may have been directly or indirectly involved in the situation,” said Micah Dardar.

“She has fallen into a downward spiral. Since June we have been trying to get people to listen and to help,” said Cheska Eymard, a friend of Julia and Micah Dardar.

Meanwhile, other family and friends of Julia said they were also devastated. The mom was known to be caring and creative with a love for working on cars as a mechanic.

But Micah Dardar said drug addiction was a weak spot that ultimately broke the family apart.

“It’s a big void, a void in our lives. Because we always thought she would get better and come back,” he said.

Micah Dardar said he hoped more information would be released on what exactly happened along Pauline Street.

Stick with WDSU for the latest updates.