My last known whereabouts were September 13, 2013 at the WalMart located at 1785 Cobb Parkway in Marietta, Georgia at approximately 2:00 in the morning.
IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION
Call Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta at (404) 577-TIPS
Call Detective Michael Freer with Marietta PD (770) 794-5477
Call Marietta Police Department Tip Line (770) 794-6990
What happened? This is the question my family and friends have been asking. Ashley Caudle claims I ran off from that WalMart and he never saw me again. He has also claimed that he saw me getting arrested. Oh yeah, he also claimed that I took off for rehab, leaving all of my personal possessions behind. There are more ridiculous tales, but I won't waste time with those here.
Unfortunately, I was not on the best of terms with my family at this time. Basically, I wasn't speaking to them. It's a typical story, really. I was an addict and my family stopped enabling me. I thought they abandoned me but that's not really true. Unfortunately, when you stop communicating with those who love you, they don't realize it right away when something bad happens.
So it took a few months for my family to realize I was actually missing. I don't mean like I ran away or went into hiding missing. I mean MISSING, as in something really bad happened. Yeah...try convincing seasoned police detectives that your drug-addicted felony-commiting daughter is an endangered missing person. My mom had to do that, and it was no easy task. But I am her daughter. I'm the mother of her grandchild and the sister to her youngest. I am a granddaughter and a cousin. I have friends. I am a person -- a young woman who strayed from the path and got lost. I am worthy of love, worthy of justice and worthy of peace.
Where I was
At the time I was last seen, I was with my boyfriend, Ashley Caudle.
In the interest of full disclosure, feel free to Google both his name and mine. You will find that Ashley has multiple felony convictions on his record. You will also see that I have a less-than-stellar history with drugs and the law. I am an addict.
Obviously, not much good is going on in WalMart at 2:00 a.m. We were not there for our weekly grocery shopping. Let's just leave it at that.