Discussion in 'Cold Cases' started by ShowerSinger, Aug 12, 2006.
Thanks for bumping this Margarita. I was not aware of this case. Interesting.
A decade after her murder, her family hopes Allison Foy is remembered through acts of kindness
Sad that they have been unable to find her killer. I'm from NC and had not heard of this case.
11 years since Allison Jackson-Foy disappeared, still a cold case
Sister of cold case murder victim: 'I've kept quiet for 11 years, it's time for justice'
Have there been any new developments in this case?
#UNSOLVED: Flyers to be delivered with pizza on anniversary of Wilmington murder | WWAY TV
Man cleared of being suspect in the murder of two women found off Carolina Beach Rd.
TI cleared once again as a suspect. I have profoundly strong feelings about this decision. Willing to elaborate if there is interest.
I'd like to hear your thoughts @lawyer_sleuth .
July 30 2020
‘Its a pain that doesn’t go away:’ Family, advocates keep memory of Allison Foy alive as double homicide case remains unsolved
''WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Thursday marked 14 years since Allison Jackson Foy vanished.
The 34-year-old mother of two was missing for two years before her body was found with the remains of Angela Rothen in a wooded area off of Carolina Beach Road. Family says her body was recovered with more than 40 stab wounds three miles away from the pub she was last seen leaving on July 30th 2006.
No one has been brought to justice for the murder of the two women.
“She loved life. And her life was her two daughters when she went missing, her four-year-old and her 12-year-old and she had this way about her that made everyone feel comfortable if you’ve never met her before. She was passionate and she cared,” Lisa Valentino says of her sister Allison Foy.
More than a decade later, family and community members are still fighting for people to remember their stories and hoping someone will come forward with information that will crack the case.''
Allison Foy’s family continues to fight for justice 15 years later
Allison Jackson Foy, a mother of 2, went missing July 30, 2006. She was last seen that evening, leaving the Junction and Billiards Pub on Carolina Beach Road. Almost 2 years later, her remains and another woman’s, Angela Rothen, were found almost a mile and a half from where Allison went missing. Authorities say both women were brutally murdered.
Allison’s sister, Lisa Valentino, said 15 years later they are still searching for answers behind her sisters murder.
“It’s 15 years and i believe that there’s still somebody out there, who holds the key that could move this case forward, and i believe that they’re afraid to come forward, because of what they know,” said Lisa Valentino, Allison’s sister.
This case is considered a homicide and is still open. If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Allison Jackson Foy contact the Wilmington Police Department.
15 years later, family continues to seek justice for Allison Jackson Foy - WWAY TV
A POI is named in ANR's case.
Link courtesy of poster ShowerSinger in this thread..
NC - NC - Angela Nobles Rothen, 42, Wilmington, 10 June 2008
Properties searched in case of missing Wilmington women :: WRAL.com
July 17, 2008 rbbm.
''The properties in the Monkey Junction area that were searched belong to Timothy Craig Iannone, 47. He was sentenced in November 2007 to 36 months' probation after pleading guilty to committing crimes against nature with a prostitute.
''Jackson-Foy disappeared July 30, 2006, after last being seen at Junction Billiards Sports Bar at 5216 Carolina Beach Road. Rothen went missing on June 10, 2007, under similar circumstances.
At first, police refused to connect the disappearances, but after two sets of female remains were found in the same area, investigators said they are confident one person killed both women.''
Iannone has not been charged or named a suspect in the disappearance of either woman.
I've seen this guy at Wal-Mart before not long after he was interviewed with his wife about these cases. He is pretty creepy. I also never understood how his wife was so calm and nonchalant about her husband's crimes against prostitutes. She stood by him which is strange to me.
This is unrelated to him but I found it to be in bad taste that they named the restaurant in front of where their bones were found 'Bone and Bean'. It was previously a Mexican restaurant that was closed for a very long time.