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Youtube video of last sighting at 3:57:06am Plano TX
Plano Texas Police Dept
Police announcement of missing person
North Texas Crime Commission – missing person
Texas Equusearch poster
Daily Mail - journalist Ashley Collman
Nancy Grace page - journalist Katherine Cavazini
Plano Star Courier - journalist Brittany Feagans
Weekend search - journalist Lauren Zakalik
Journalist – Claire St Amant
Journalist - Jenny Doren re Equusearch Sept 9
Drones to be used in search for Christina Morris
September 9, 2014
PLANO — A new batch of volunteers gathered Tuesday morning at a church as the search for 23-year-old Christina Morris continues.
The search for the Fort Worth woman, who was last seen at the Shops at Legacy in Plano on Aug. 30, resumed in areas difficult to cover by foot -- such as the wooded areas around the shopping center.
UPDATED 4:02 p.m. Video: Christina's mom speaks about disappearance
Jonni McElroy, Morris' mother, said the missing woman's boyfriend is devastated by his girlfriend's disappearance and has helped distribute flyers and search on numerous occasions. McElroy said he and his father drove up to Choctaw Casino in Durant, Okla. and distributed flyers at truck stops and other locations along the way.
Miller said although there is no indication of foul play, he has advised the family to stay back at the command center at Legacy Church in case something is found.
When asked how long Texas EquuSearch plans to be in town, Miller said although he hopes only until "2 p.m. today when we find Christina," his team will stay as long as it takes to bring the 23-year-old home.
Where is Christina?
The search for Christina Morris intensified this week as Texas EquuSearch arrived in town Monday to aid in the search for the missing 23-year-old who was last seen around 4 a.m. Aug. 30 in a parking garage at The Shops at Legacy.
The nonprofit organization, which has aided law enforcement and families in the search for missing people since 2000, spent Monday catching up on the investigation, mapping out the area and driving around to gain familiarity.
“We don’t have any evidence of foul play and we don’t have any evidence that she left on her own,” said Tim Miller, founder and director of TexasEquuSearch. “We’ve got one fact – she’s missing. We did a lot of driving and a lot of reconnaissance and we’re holding onto the hope that she is alive out there somewhere, but in the case something else happened I think we’ve got some areas of interest that we want to search.”
Green Country Family Searching For Missing Daughter
Her mom, Jonni McElroy and her stepdad Ronnie left their jobs in the Tulsa area right after she disappeared to go search for her.
"We can't sleep. I have two different visions, I see her smile, and I also vision the worst and I don't like that at all,” said McElroy.
Search Continues for Missing Fort Worth Woman
"If this had happened to me, I would want everyone possible out here helping me," she said. "It's a mother's worst nightmare."
More than a week after Morris disappeared from the parking lot at the Shops at Legacy, police still have no suspects and no tips on where she might be located.
"She has disappeared, and we've got nothing that gives us any direction of where she might be at this time," said Plano Police Ofc. David Tilley.
Much more at link including interview^^^
More Resources Being Used for Woman Missing in Plano
Wednesday, Sep 10, 2014 • Updated at 11:08 PM CDT
The Federal Aviation Administration has now given the non-profit search and rescue group from Houston called EquuSearch clearance to use a drone between Sept. 11-15 to help look for a 23-year-old woman who went missing in Plano.
"It's an emotional roller coaster," said Sarah Estes, the victims' step-sister. "We're staying positive, but every once in a while reality sets in."
FAA approves drone use to search for Christina Morris
Posted Wednesday, Sep. 10, 2014
The Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday gave a Houston-based search-and-recovery group approval to use a drone in the search for Christina Marie Morris, a 23-year-old Fort Worth woman last seen in a Plano parking garage.
Morris was last seen walking with a male friend through the garage at The Shops at Legacy at 3:55 a.m. Aug. 30.
The volunteer group Texas EquuSearch sued the FAA this year over a February warning they received against drone usage. Morris’ stepmother said she is glad EquuSearch was granted emergency approval this time.
“They can cover more ground quicker, so that just to me means she might be getting home sooner rather than later,” Anna Morris said. “It’s good to have everything we can have, but it was frustrating waiting for it.”
Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/0...-use-drones-in-search.html?rh=1#storylink=cpy
Weather delays drone from flying in Plano search
8:19 a.m. CDT September 11, 2014
PLANO — The search for Christina Morris finished another day on Wednesday without any credible leads. Searchers on foot, by horseback and all-terrain vehicles covered nearly 20 square miles in Plano and Allen.
"I can say that we're frustrated, but we're not ready to quit," said Tim Miller of Texas Equusearch.
Replacement of video above (previous link has been removed)
Youtube video of last sighting at 3:57:06am Plano TX
Equusearch updates on search for Christina
Reward raised, family of Christina Morris desperate for answers
This morning, the Plano Police Department announced that an anonymous donor has contributed $15,000 to Crime Stoppers, raising the reward for information that leads to an arrest and indictment in the Aug. 30 disappearance of Christina Morris to $25,000.
“We are beyond grateful for the generous individual who donated toward the reward,” said Sarah Estes, the missing woman’s sister. “We hope and pray that this huge increase will bring forth promising information to bring Christina home. If you know something, however small or insignificant it may seem, please speak up.”
Reward for woman missing from Plano garage now $25,000
The reward for a missing Fort Worth woman last seen in a Plano parking garage has increased by $15,000, thanks to another anonymous donation, Plano police said Monday.
The reward is now $25,000; the standard amount offered by CrimeStoppers is $5,000, police said.
Christina Marie Morris, 23, was last seen with a friend walking to her car in a garage at The Shops at Legacy at 3:55 a.m. Aug. 30. Police said Morris and her friends met at an apartment that night, patronized local businesses and reconvened at the apartment.
Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/10/20/6216282/reward-for-woman-missing-from.html#storylink=cpy
Banding Together: Morris Family Raising Money to Help Search For Christina
POSTED 9:26 PM, OCTOBER 24, 2014
Morris’ face has been everywhere — from billboards and flyers asking for any info on her whereabouts. From that, Estes and her brother Jake Morris, felt like they could do more to get the word out. So, they started printing shirts and bracelets.
Christina Marie Morris Missing: Abduction Was Her 'Own Worst Nightmare'
A desperate search is on in Texas for a missing young woman who family members say has experienced the one thing she feared the most – abduction.
"What is happening to her right now has been her own worst nightmare since she has been little," Jonni Lee McElory told The Huffington Post on Monday.
McElory's daughter, Christina Marie Morris, 23, was last seen at a parking garage in the early morning hours of Aug. 30, after a night out with friends in Plano.
Man last seen with missing Texas woman: "I'm not hiding anything"
A man who was the last person seen with Fort Worth woman Christina Morris before she vanished two months ago tells CBS DFW he's not hiding anything and doesn't know where Morris is.
Last Person Seen With Missing Woman Speaks With CBS 11
For the first time, the last known person seen with Christina Morris spoke exclusively with CBS 11 News about the events that happened before her disappearance.
Enrique Arochi graduated from Allen High School with Christina Morris. He says the two were acquaintances, and had mutual friends.
Arochi says he and Morris were part of a larger friends drinking and dining at the Shops at Legacy in Plano on Saturday, August 30.
Mom Reveals New Details About Christina Morris Case
Tuesday, Nov 4, 2014 • Updated at 5:45 AM CST
The mother of a woman who went missing in Plano in August wants people to know what Plano police are telling her about the search for her daughter, Christina Morris.
“We’ve learned that Enrique [Arochi] has lied since day one,” said Jonni McElroy, Morris's mother.
Still, McElroy said police told her Arochi's phone history was cleared before police confiscated it.
"He was trying to erase information. That is the way I look at it," she said. "Why do you need to erase every single thing from the phone?"
Video and more at link^^^
Police Search Car Of Man Last Seen With Christina Morris
November 4, 2014 12:55 PM
According to the warrant, which was executed in September, police searched Arochi’s 2010 Chevrolet Camaro for bodily fluids, hair and DNA evidence. The warrant does not say what was found.
Police also say Arochi has made many false statements over the course of the investigation, which have hindered detectives, including lying about contacting Morris’ boyfriend right after she disappeared.
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Person Of Interest Denies Wrongdoing In Disappearance Of Christina Morris
November 4, 2014 2:43 PM
The courts have unsealed a telling search warrant affidavit that gives the first solid clues where Plano Police are headed in their investigation into a missing Fort Worth woman.
The man who police say was last seen with Christina Morris denies any wrongdoing, even after police searched his vehicle for a second time.
Enrique Arochi is still a person of interest in the missing person investigation of Morris, but he denies he did anything improper.
Article with the search warrant embedded: http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2014/11/04/police-search-home-car-of-man-last-seen-with-christina-morris/
Man Last Seen with Morris Accused of Theft
Man’s statements in missing woman’s case at odds with photos
Plano police obtained a search warrant in late September for the car owned by the man last seen with Christina Marie Morris, 23, of Fort Worth, who disappeared from a parking garage at The Shops at Legacy in the early morning hours of Aug. 30.
She hasn’t been seen since.
The affidavit for the search warrant states that the man, Enrique Gutierrez Arochi of Allen — a high school friend of the missing woman — made false statements about where he parked his car in the garage, and about details of the last time he was with Morris.
Home Video Shows Missing Woman Christina Morris
NBC 5 has obtained home video of missing North Texas woman Christina Morris that's never been seen shown to the public before.
It was shot a year ago by one of Morris' friends.
Morris' mother, Jonni McElroy, and other family members have worked tirelessly to find the 23-year-old since she disappeared more than two months ago.
McElroy said she believes they are getting closer to finding out what happened to her daughter.
Christina’s Crew stands strong amidst matriarch’s departure
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Jonni McElroy may be packing her bags and heading home to Tulsa, Okla. this weekend, but she wants the army of supporters – and Enrique Arochi – to know she’s not giving up on finding her daughter, Christina Morris, who disappeared Aug. 30 after a night out with friends.
“Just because I’m going up there doesn’t mean I’m stopping. I’m trying to find an even balance in my life. I have to – I have no choice – and Christina would want that,” she said. “She has two stepbrothers who love her dearly, [my husband] Ronnie loves her dearly. The hardest part is not continuing the search part physically. [My daughter did not just disappear], a criminal act has happened, plain and simple. And nobody seems to have the guts or the conscience to come forward and let us know what happened or where she is. And that’s nothing compared to the strength that we’ve had to have to fight for her.
Plano Police Conduct New Search for Christina Morris
Wednesday, Nov 19, 2014
Detectives were on foot searching in Allen in a wooded area west of U.S. Highway 75 between West Bethany Drive and Chase Oaks.
"Plano police are searching Wednesday afternoon for missing woman Christina Morris, nearly three months after she was last seen."
Three months. Three months. That is a long, long time to know not very much more now than you knew on the day you were notified that your daughter is missing. Think about it -- three months. Sleep doesn't come easily, I'm sure. Food doesn't taste good either, I would guess. And when the phone rings -- you hope for good news. What a way to live each day. Friends and family are close and would do anything you ask, but what do you ask? Prayers, putting up flyers, checking in with LE. A private detective? What, what, what? Is she alive and okay? Is she alive and tied up in some basement somewhere? Or is her body buried in a shallow grave somewhere between home and Timbuktu? Where is my baby girl? Oh, my.
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