Alison Thomas Death – 37-year-old Alison Thomas, who was reported missing from since the middle of February has found dead. On March 6, the bones of Thomas were discovered in a national forest located in Jackson County. Since then, authorities have determined that her death was the result of homicide after conducting an autopsy to verify the identify of the body found there.
Despite the repeated requests of the family for an end to the investigation, there have been no arrests made as of yet. Prior to the authorities discovering Thomas’ body, members of the town banded together in the hopes of locating her. Oakboro was plastered with missing posters, and search parties quickly organized themselves.
Investigators have stated that they have some leads in the case, despite the fact that no arrests have been made at this time. Together with their counterparts in Jackson County, deputies from the Union County Sheriff’s Office have been sharing information and resources in the hopes of making arrests based on the leads they have received.
The members of Thomas’ family are putting the last touches on preparations for a memorial service that will be held in Winston-Salem the following week. This comes as they wait for the conclusion of an emotionally trying legal proceeding. There is still a possibility of receiving a reward of up to $5,000 for anyone who has information that leads to an arrest.
Alison Thomas Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family at a later date…
RELATED ARTICLE: One dead after boating accident in Jackson County
According to officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, a watercraft accident that occurred in Jackson County resulted in the death of one man and resulted in the medical examination of a kid. On Saturday, authorities stated that they were notified of a boating accident that involved a single vessel that occurred on the Chattahoochee River close to Parramore Landing.
They stated that the boat started taking on water for reasons that are still unknown to them. On board was a man who was 53 years old and a boy who was 10 years old, according to the information we have. The youngster was reportedly saved by a bystander who was located nearby, although the official account states that the man was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.
It has been stated that officers from the FWC and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office arrived to the site, and that the youngster was taken to the hospital to have his injuries evaluated. An inquiry into this occurrence is presently underway.
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