Why is it that there was NO news for over a month that Janell is missing?
What is being done?
Last seen with baby's father, he now has the baby.Clayton police: Woman missing under 'suspicious circumstances'
Missing Mom's Boyfriend: Baby Misses Her
RIVERDALE, Ga. -- The boyfriend of a Clayton County woman, missing since mid-July, said their 5-month-old daughter misses her mother.
Errol Moore, 19, said he and his mother have been caring for little Janyra ever since Janell Aaron, 20, vanished without a trace.
“I've been putting up pictures, I’ve been on Facebook, talking to her friends, calling her,” said Moore. He said last saw his girlfriend when he picked up their daughter from Aaron's Riverdale apartment in the 1600 block of Dayna Drive in Riverdale in mid-July.
Clayton County Police said there are "suspicious circumstances" surrounding Aaron's disappearance. Detectives said no friends or family members have heard from Aaron since she disappeared.
"This is out of her character," said Aaron's aunt, Janice Aaron-Whitley, who raised Aaron during her teenage years. "She didn't do this to me as a teenager. She's always been the responsible one for me."
Moore said he believes his girlfriend initially left because she was overwhelmed with the stress of being a new mom. But as time passes, he worries that something bad has happened to her.
Moore spoke to the television camera in hopes that his girlfriend would see the story. “We show her your picture every day," he said of his daughter. "And she knows who you are, and you know that she’s missing you. You know that you miss her. So you need to just come back and just be happy again.”
Investigators describe Aaron as black, 5-feet, 6-inches tall and weighing 110 pounds.
She has several tattoos, including one of the zodiac sign Aries on her right forearm, and a diamond on the back of her neck.
Police said Aaron also has a tattoo with her daughter's name on her right calf.
"Her (Aaron's) mom left her, so she promised she would never leave her child. She promised because she was left," said Aaron-Whitley.
Anyone with information about Aaron's disappearance is asked to call Detective Childs of the Clayton County Police Department at 678-614-9099.
I hope she makes it home safely to her baby, I wonder if she took off on her own??
My Beautiful Precious , I miss you so much!
TexasLil, how did you find that article & video? I've been searching since Summer brought this to our attention. Great Job!
It would be so nice to capture the picture of Janell & Janyira sleeping. That is a beautiful picture in that video.
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Aaron’s cousin, Tyra Aaron, called police on July 19 to report her missing, according to Officer E. Glover, of the Clayton County Police Department.
“The complainant [Tyra Aaron] advised that witness No. 1 [Moore] would not give any information on when the last time he saw her [Janell Aaron], or his whereabouts with the baby,” said Glover, in the police report.
Unfortunately, it is easy to let missing person's cases slip through the cracks and get little to no attention from the general public (especially adult cases). Generally, families and friends of the missing person need to be the ones to get the word out. And, of course, websites like this where concerned and caring people can do their part. Sometimes LE plays a more active role in alerting media, organizing searches, etc. It all depends on the jurisdiction.
Errol says he has been posting pictures on Facebook. Has anyone found any?
Please help find Gerry Largay, 66, missing on the Appalachian Trail in Maine.
Janell not seen or heard from since July 17.
Last person to see her, her baby's father.
He states that Janell was going to a job interview.
Where was the job interview? Did she have a car?
Was she going to take public transportatin?
What was she wearing?
If she did have a job interview, did she make it there?
Any security cameras near the boy friend's home?
The boy friend leaps to mind as someone who may know more than he telling... last person to see Janell, did not report her missing, rambling statement about Janell
in his press interview.
He may only have Janell's best interest in mind, I certainly don't know, but
LaVanda Dolce, a WSer, has graciously offered to do a banner and hopefully amplify this evening. Her agency, LostnMissing is wonderful. Special prayer that this will kickstart efforts and bring Janell home safely to her precious daughter.