Madison Nicole Neal Missing – The Rhea County Sheriff’s Office is conducting a search for a teen who has gone missing. Florence “BJ” Neal is said to have notified the sheriff’s department when her daughter Madison Nicole Neal disappeared from their residence, according to the officials. According to BJ, Madison was resting peacefully in her bed at six o’clock on Friday morning. Nevertheless, when BJ got home from work, her daughter was nowhere to be found.
BJ said to the authorities that the reason she kept Madison home from school on Friday was so that they could pay a visit to a relative who was hospitalized in Knoxville. Madison has a height of 5′ 5″ and a body weight of 120 lbs. There is no description of the clothing included. At the first pull-off on Bostic, where there is an abandoned trailer, an older white Ford quad cab dually with substantially tinted windows was observed parked there. The windows of the vehicle had a heavy tint.
There has been no indication from the sheriff’s office as to whether or not the vehicle is connected to her disappearance. A student who participated in the track program at Rhea County High School informed the sheriff’s office that her classmate Madison was considering eloping with a boy from Chattanooga. You are requested to contact the Rhea County Sheriff’s Office at (423) 775-7837 if you have any information on this case.
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The community’s assistance is needed by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office in finding a 34-year-old lady who may be in the Bledsoe, Rhea, or Hamilton counties. Amber Renee Monday has been missing since August 14, according to a BCSO statement, and a missing person complaint was submitted to detectives on August 18. When a missing woman’s body was discovered in Dayton, Ohio, next to a school and buried in a shallow grave, authorities said a Rhea County man has been charged with murder and mistreatment of a corpse. Mike Taylor, the district attorney, claims that Guy O’Connell was charged on October 5, over two months after Amber Renee Monday vanished.
She and O’Connell left a residence on Blue Springs Road in Bradley County on August 14, according to statements made by Bradley County deputies in August. Detectives received a missing persons complaint four days later. According to D.A. Taylor, Monday’s body was discovered on Dayton Mountain sometime in September close to Laurel Brook School. He claims that it took three weeks or so for her body to be discovered after she went missing. Taylor was unable to comment on the reason of the death on Monday, but she did add that it was thought to be a homicide. O’Connell is now detained at Lawrence, Kansas’s Douglas County Jail. Officials have started the process to extradite him to this country.
The body of Amber Renee Monday was discovered close to a school in Dayton back in September, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has confirmed that they are currently looking into her murder. According to TBI spokeswoman Susan Niland, their special agents began searching for Amber in mid-August alongside officers from various law enforcement agencies. The body of the missing woman was discovered a few weeks later, according to Niland. The mugshot of Guy William O’Connell was made available to us by the Kansas deputies of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday. Charges of first-degree murder and mistreatment of a corpse were brought against him by a grand jury on October 5.
PC: Rhea County Sheriffs Department
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