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  1. #1
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    May 2005

    CA - Angela Fullmer, 34, Mount Shasta, 15 Dec 2002

    Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
    Missing Since: December 15, 2002 from Mount Shasta, California

    Classification: Endangered Missing

    Date of Birth: February 28, 1968

    Age: 34 years old

    Height and Weight: 5'2, 120 - 140 pounds

    Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Fullmer may use the last names Mendoza and/or Chiaratti. Her nickname is Angie. Her hair was shoulder-length at the time of her disappearance.

    Clothing/Jewelry Description: A black sweater, blue jeans, black boots and a gold ring set with a stone.

    Details of Disappearance
    Fullmer was last seen in the company of Thomas O'Connell. He said they had been drinking alcohol for much of the weekend and decided to take a drive to the Twin Pines area near Lake Siskiyou, west of Mount Shasta. They left at about 2:45 p.m. An argument took place over tracked mud in the pickup truck and Fullmer left the vehicle. O'Connell says she walked away through the forest towards South Fork Road near an old logging road in the Twin Pines Area. He was cleaning out his pickup and thought he heard a car door slam and then an engine fading away.

    O'Connell reported Fullmer missing at 2:45 a.m., eight hours after she was last seen. Authorities initially believed she had gotten lost in the forest and they looked for her there, but inclement weather hampered search efforts. Now her disappearance is considered suspicious. Fullmer's mother suspects foul play was involved in her daughter's case. O'Connell is not considered a suspect in Fullmer's disappearance. Investigators do not believe she left of her own accord, since before her disappearance she had purchased and wrapped Christmas presents, and she has not accessed her bank accounts or used her credit cards since she disappeared.

    In August 2003, a man walking his dog found human female bone fragments in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest near the North Shore Road. This is near where Fullmer was last seen. Fullmer is one of three women authorities think the bones may belong to. Investigators attempted to use DNA to identify the bones, but they were too small for testing. Her mother nonetheless believes the bones are Fullmer's remains. At the time of her disappearance, Fullmer was the single mother of five daughters ranging in age from seven to seventeen. The children have four different fathers between them. They now live with their grandmother, except for one child who lives with her father. Fullmer was unemployed in December 2002, but had previously worked in a pizza parlor in Mount Shasta. Her case remains unsolved.

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Siskiyou County Sheriff's Department
    Source Information
    The Redding Record Searchlight
    California Attorney General's Office
    KXTV 10
    The Child Seek Network
    The Mail Tribune
    The Mount Shasta Herald


  2. #2
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    May 2005

    A Wound That Never Heals

    As they drove home after a December shopping trip five years ago, Angela Fullmer looked over at her mother and said something that Rebecca Mendoza will never forget.

    "She said, Mom, if anything ever happens to me, will you keep the kids together?' " Mendoza said. "I said, That's crazy. Nothing will ever happen to you.' "

    But Mendoza, now 62, agreed nonetheless.

    Fullmer vanished just days later. Today marks the fifth anniversary of the 34-year-old Mount Shasta woman's disappearance. She left six children behind.


  3. #3
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    Aug 2008
    up north

    Sheriff reports more cold case progress


    By Skye Kinkade
    Mount Shasta Area Newspapers
    Posted Jul 13, 2011 @ 09:50 AM

    He said “significant progress” is being made in the Karin Mero and Hannah Zaccaglini cold cases, and plans call for concentrating the Department’s efforts on the 2002 disappearance of Mount Shasta resident Angela Fullmer.

  4. #4
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    Jan 2012
    Sheriff Jon Lopey said his office recently investigated a "promising lead" reported to his office, although he didn't elaborate on it.

    Lopey said he'll put more resources on the case once other cold cases are resolved. He also referred to the case as a possible homicide, the first time anyone had done so, Orchard said.
    While Fullmer's family holds little hope of seeing her alive again, they're thankful for the support from the community. Orchard just last month set up a Facebook page, "The Truth About Angie Fullmer," to share updates.

    They also appreciate the renewed focus from law enforcement.

    "It would be good to have answers," Orchard said through tears.

  5. #5
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    Aug 2008
    New Orleans, LA
    Sheriffs continue investigation in three local cold cases
    Posted Oct. 7, 2013 @ 3:01 pm

    The Sheriff’s Department has also been working to solve the disappearance of Angela Fullmer, who disappeared from the Lake Siskiyou area on Dec. 15, 2002. She was 34 years old and the mother of five daughters when she went missing.

    “Some good progress has been achieved recently in the investigation involving Angie’s disappearance,” Lopey said. “We are confident that we can solve this case but we can still use some help from the public.”
    Read more: http://www.mtshastanews.com/article/...#ixzz2hOaRIOJA

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  6. #6
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    Aug 2015
    ​Siskiyou County cold case re-opened
    The initial search and investigation was fruitless.

    It's a troubling case, one the major crimes unit feels can finally solve with a little bit more information.

    "We're convinced there's people in Siskiyou County that know what happened to Angela. And we're going to press forward with this case and we're asking for assistance and support because any investigative leads and additional information could be essential in solving this case," Siskiyou County Sheriff, Jon Lopey, said.


  7. #7
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    Apr 2013
    Southern Oregon
    What a sad case. Her family keeps a vigil on FB. I hope they get some answers this time.

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