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    NC - Allison Jackson Foy, 34, Wilmington, 2006

    Allison Jackson-Foy is a 34 year old mother of two daughters, ages 4, and 12. She had been promoted to Assistant General Manager at the local Holiday Inn recently, and was very excited about it. She was last seen at a bar around midnight, talking to a man. Her car was located in the bar's parking lot. Her family is quite close, and have flown into the area to help with the search.
    www.wect.com/Gobal/story.asp?S=5272727&nav=2gQc
    Also, some say she was married. Confusing, but she is an attractive young blond woman. There are pictures on the site. Maybe there's some more info/pictures out there now. Her family has made fliers. Doesn't sound good, since she is devoted to those lovely girls, and her family. Praying for her safe return.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShowerSinger
    Allison Jackson-Foy is a 34 year old mother of two daughters, ages 4, and 12. She had been promoted to Assistant General Manager at the local Holiday Inn recently, and was very excited about it. She was last seen at a bar around midnight, talking to a man. Her car was located in the bar's parking lot. Her family is quite close, and have flown into the area to help with the search.
    www.wect.com/Gobal/story.asp?S=5272727&nav=2gQc
    Also, some say she was married. Confusing, but she is an attractive young blond woman. There are pictures on the site. Maybe there's some more info/pictures out there now. Her family has made fliers. Doesn't sound good, since she is devoted to those lovely girls, and her family. Praying for her safe return.



    I keep getting the message that the page cannot be found. Does the link work for you?

    Darn, disappearing from a bar isn't good news. I wonder if anyone at the bar knew who the man was? I wonder if she was known at the bar and if she went alone or met friends there. So many questions. In this day and age it isn't safe to go anywhere alone....without your mate or a friend...even to the grocery store! It seems that the perverts are hiding around every corner.
    I hope she is found before something happens to her. Her poor little girls and family. This seems to happen daily anymore.

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    Family Desperately Searching for Answers
    Aug 12, 2006 10:17 AM CDT
    http://www.wect.com/Global/story.asp?S=5272727

    Family appeals for help in finding missing woman
    By Tyra M. Vaughn
    http://www.wilmingtonstar.com/apps/p...120393/0/State

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    Woman Missing For One Year

    Monday marks the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of Allison Foy. She went missing last July after visiting a New Hanover County bar. Her sister is reaching out to the community for help.

    A picture of Allison Foy has been plastered on local buildings, telephone polls and web sites since her disappearance a year ago.

    Lisa Valentino is Foy's sister. She said, "The past year has been extremely difficult. Probably the most difficult time in my life."

    Valentino says she's been scouring the area, looking for her sister. Her family hasn't seen or heard from Foy since last July. That's when authorities say Foy went missing, after visiting Junction Pub and Billiards off of Carolina Beach Road.

    Police launched an investigation but found nothing. Valentino suspects foul play.

    http://www.wwaytv3.com/woman_missing...e_year/07/2007

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    Here is her missing persons website:

    http://helpfindallison.com/

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    Allison is now on Project Jason's 18 Wheel Angel campaign. A special poster has been made for her and can be downloaded and printed for placement. More information about the program, and the link for the poster can be found here:

    http://projectjason.org/18wheel.shtml

    In addition to the campaign, Allison is also featured in a national trucking publication, either Through the Gears or Independent Contractor. These free magazines are distributed in truck stops nationwide and have a circulation of about 150,000.

    Through the Gears and Independent Contractor are two of Target Media Partner's many publications. In partnership with Project Jason, they each feature two missing persons each per month. You can pick up your free copies at a local truck stop, but if it's far from you, you may want to call and ask if they carry that magazine. These are NOT with the regular for purchase magazines.

    You can also see the current campaign information on this Target Media Partners site: http://www.thetrucker.com/Features/Missing_Week_1.aspx

    We hope this helps in the search for Allison. Please consider printing and placing a poster in businesses in your community.

    Updates on Allison's Case: http://www.projectjason.org/forums/i...hp?topic=230.0

    Kelly, Project Jason

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    Skeletal Remains Might be Allison's

    Her sister thinks it might be

    http://www.starnewsonline.com/articl...0354/1037/news


    There are two sets of women's skeletal remains found in this area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShowerSinger View Post
    Her sister thinks it might be

    www.starnewsonline.com/article/20080521/ARTICLE/805210354/1037/news


    There are two sets of women's skeletal remains found in this area.
    I hope they get the identifications done quickly so the 2 families get some closure. Then it's time to find the monster that did this. Scary that he's still out there.

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    A composite sketch has been released of a man police are interested in talking to:

    http://www.wral.com/news/local/story/3074343/


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    Properties being searched...


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    Found deceased

    http://www.nj.com/starledger/stories...640.xml&coll=1

    Sunday, August 03, 2008

    It was the news Lisa Valentino of Green Township and her family have been dreading, yet also anxiously awaiting.

    Human remains found in April in Wilmington, N.C., are believed to be those of Valentino's sister, Allison Jackson-Foy, 35, of Wilmington, who vanished without a trace two years ago.

    much more at link

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    I received this in email tonight. Prayers with Allison's family, but now at least they know and can bring her home and heal their broken hearts.


    It is with great sadness we inform you that Allison Foy was officially identified yesterday around 4 pm and it is now public knowledge; please pray for her family, friends and all that knew and loved her.

    Monica Caison
    CUE Center for Missing Persons
    PO Box 12714 Wilmington, NC 28405
    (910) 343-1131 or (910) 232-1687
    cuecenter@aol.com
    http://www.ncmissingpersons.org

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    http://www.starnewsonline.com/articl..._missing_woman

    Remains found along Carolina Beach Road identified as Jackson-Foy

    By Jim Ware & Dave Reynolds
    Staff Writers


    Published: Wednesday, September 10, 2008 at 6:15 p.m.
    Last Modified: Wednesday, September 10, 2008 at 7:20 p.m.

    The remains of Allison Jackson-Foy were positively identified as the second set of human bones found in April 26 along Carolina Beach Road, according to a statement today from the Wilmington Police Department.

    Jackson-Foy, 34, of Wilmington disappeared in July 30, 2006, after leaving a bar and pool hall along Carolina Beach Road in the Monkey Junction area of New Hanover County, about 3 miles from where her remains were found.

    Verification that the bones were those of Jackson-Foy came by phone from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, said Lucy Crockett, spokeswoman for the police department. Written documentation from the lab will follow at some later time, she said in a statement issued at 6:15 p.m. today.

    "Today’s notification pertains only to the identity of the remains. Cause of death will be addressed in a final autopsy report from the N.C. Medical Examiner’s office, still pending at this time," Crockett said.

    On Aug. 12, the other set of bones found in the woods was identified as belonging to Angela Nobles Rothen, 42, of New Hanover County, who went missing in June 2007, almost a year after Jackson-Foy disappeared.

    The fact that the two women disappeared at different times, but their bodies were dumped within feet of each other, led one police department detective to acknowledge the possibility the women were the victims of a serial killer. One expert on serial killers said dumping of two bodies in the same spot suggests the possibility of an organized and prolific killer.

    An autopsy report from the N.C. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, obtained this week by the Star-News, showed Nobles Rothen had broken bones in her head and face, and probably died when her neck was cut.

    The fact that Nobles Rothen’s attacker used a knife appears to support one theory of investigators – that the two women were killed by a man who has been charged with wielding a knife and assaulting other women in the past.

    A search warrant filed in the case showed investigators suspected the second woman was Jackson-Foy.

    The murder investigation started April 26 when a passer-by found two sets of bones in a patch of woods off the 3500 block of Carolina Beach Road.

    Early on, police suspected the bones were those of Nobles Rothen and Jackson-Foy.

    In June, Wilmington police searched a man's home and car in the Monkey Junction area and seized jewelry, mattress clippings, a bed sheet and other items, according to a search warrant.

    Police haven't said whether the search advanced their investigation, but in an affidavit requesting the search authorities allege the man has committed numerous crimes against prostitutes. Nobles Rothen and Jackson-Foy used illegal drugs and Nobles Rothen had a history of prostitution, according to the affidavit.

    In August 2007, two months after Nobles Rothen disappeared, the man was arrested on an allegation of raping a prostitute at knife-point, according to the affidavit. The alleged offense occurred on Raleigh Road, within a block of where the bones were later recovered.

    Court records show the man pleaded guilty to a reduced charge and is on supervised probation.

    The investigator also alleges in the affidavit that two other prostitutes have accused the man of crimes. One said he attacked her in her home, tied her up, and repeatedly beat and raped her. Another prostitute alleged the man attacked her and she fended him off with a knife.

    Also, a witness told police he saw a man in the 3500 block of Carolina Beach Road three times. And twice, the man draped a large green tarp over his vehicle's passenger side.

    That witness helped police create a sketch, which investigators say resembles the man whose home they searched in June.

    Although police name the man in the search warrant affidavit, the Star-News is withholding the name because the warrant contains numerous allegations for which he has not been charged.

    Nobles Rothen was last seen alive on June 10, 2007, and was reported missing several months later, in September, according to the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office.

    According to the autopsy reports, Nobles Rothen's autopsy was April 29, though DNA testing wouldn't confirm the bones were hers until August.

    The medical examiner found cutting wounds to two of Nobles Rothen's vertebra and skull fractures. Cuts to her neck appeared deep enough to hit blood vessels, and probably are the cause of death, according to the report

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    I live across the street from that bar and have friends who went there every week.Very scary.

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