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    AL - Susan Osborne, 42, & Evan Chartrand, 15, Elmore County, May 2017

    Elmore County authorities searching for missing mother and son


    A missing persons' report was filed for 42-year-old Susan Osborne and 15-year-old Evan Chartrand on July 29. Authorities do not know their location or their direction of travel.

    Osborne is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs about 120 pounds. She has blond hair and blue eyes. Chartrand is 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighs about 160 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes.
    http://www.al.com/news/montgomery/in...ties_sear.html
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    These two are still missing. I am worried..,

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    Article from today: http://m.wsfa.com/wsfa/db_344805/con...tguid=lZSsJ7d8

    ELMORE CO., AL (WSFA) - The search for an Elmore County woman and her son is stretching into its third week. Susan Osborne, 42, and her 15-year-old son, Evan Chartrand, were reported missing on July 29. But Elmore County Sheriff’s Office officials say the mother and son had been missing for months before the report was filed.

    Sheriff Bill Franklin said family members in North Carolina filed the report.

    "The call that we got was right around 60 days after she went missing,” said Franklin. Family called the sheriff’s office after not hearing from her for two months. Court documents show Osborne’s husband, who is not the father of her son, filed for divorce in July.

    Investigators said they have been to the couple’s residence and collected evidence, but Sheriff Franklin does not think this is a missing person’s case.


    If this is not a missing persons case, then what is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalagali View Post
    Article from today: http://m.wsfa.com/wsfa/db_344805/con...tguid=lZSsJ7d8

    ELMORE CO., AL (WSFA) - The search for an Elmore County woman and her son is stretching into its third week. Susan Osborne, 42, and her 15-year-old son, Evan Chartrand, were reported missing on July 29. But Elmore County Sheriff’s Office officials say the mother and son had been missing for months before the report was filed.

    Sheriff Bill Franklin said family members in North Carolina filed the report.

    "The call that we got was right around 60 days after she went missing,” said Franklin. Family called the sheriff’s office after not hearing from her for two months. Court documents show Osborne’s husband, who is not the father of her son, filed for divorce in July.

    Investigators said they have been to the couple’s residence and collected evidence, but Sheriff Franklin does not think this is a missing person’s case.


    If this is not a missing persons case, then what is it?
    This article answers my question. http://m.wsfa.com/wsfa/db_344805/con...tguid=lZSsJ7d8


    "The information that we've got, and all the intel that we have received and those things that we've been able to uncover and bring to light... it would make any sane man or woman believe that there's a good chance that this may go awry... that there's something to them just simply missing," Franklin said.

    Franklin said this could go from a missing person’s case to a homicide investigation, and while he would not name a person of interest, he thinks “most people know who our person of interest is.”

    “There’s some things out there that just merely don’t add up, and when you’ve got one or two things that’s different, but when you’ve got a dozen things that’s different," Franklin explained. "So, we’ll continue to build, and we want to get it as complete as we can.”

    More at link.


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    Ugh. This doesn't look good.
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    Her hair looks brown in this photo not blond. Then read the comments here. Weird.

    http://www.al.com/news/montgomery/in...ties_sear.html

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    Husband files for divorce in July...

    "The call that we got was right around 60 days after she went missing,” said Franklin. Family called the sheriff’s office after not hearing from her for two months. Court documents show Osborne’s husband, who is not the father of her son, filed for divorce in July.
    Franklin said this could go from a missing person’s case to a homicide investigation, and while he would not name a person of interest, he thinks “most people know who our person of interest is.”

    http://www.wsfa.com/story/36134032/s...-investigation
    Oh boy! Not looking good at all!
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    Woah

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    Another case where the time lapse between last being heard from and reported missing is mind blowing. Two months?



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