- May 20, 2013
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Benton County Sheriff’s Office
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**Missing Benton County Woman**
W/F D.O.B. 08/01/89
Red Hair and Blue Eyes
31 weeks pregnant
Ashley Bush was last seen in the passenger seat of and older model tan pickup truck on the afternoon of October 31, 2022 at the intersection of Hwy 72 and Hwy 43 in Maysville Arkansas.
The driver was a white woman in her 40’s with shoulder length brown hair who stated her name was “Lucy”.
Ashley met Lucy online when she was looking for a job working from home. Lucy picked her up that morning at the Handi-Mart in Maysville to take her to a job interview in Bentonville.
At approximately 3:00 pm, Ashley texted her ride to say she was in Gravette, on her way to Handi-Mart, so he could pick her up. Lucy and Ashley arrived at the intersection near Handi-Mart, turned north onto Hwy 43 and continued north. She has not been seen or heard from since.
She was last seen wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans and black slip-on shoes. She is 31 weeks pregnant.
If you have any information please call Detective Susan Matthews at 479.271.1008 ext. 3639
Looking at the timeline, LE was already confronting the suspects before we saw the very first post on this thread. They were fast!
"On Nov. 1, detectives met with the Watermans who let them search the home and the tan-colored truck, matching the description of the one Bush was last seen in, according to prosecutors.
When detectives asked for Amber's phone, she told them that she had lost it. She also told investigators that she was the only person who had access to the tan-colored truck that was at the home.
When asked if she had known about Bush, Amber told detectives that she did not know her. When asked about "Lucy Barrows," Amber said that she previously had worked with her at Walmart but they were not close, according to court records.
An Arkansas woman, pregnant and hopeful for a job, was taken by a stranger she met online with a motive to take her unborn child.