TX TX - Lauren Elizabeth Thompson, 32, Panola County, 10 Jan 2019 *called 911, car found in a ditch*

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1. The property owners where her vehicle was found do not want people other than law enforcement on their property.
2. He had cancer.
3. There is no credible evidence that the person that is said to be at the scene was there. This is rumor and he is not one of the three at the scene.
4. Not released. Ongoing investigation. Texas Rangers and FBI are all involved.
FBI pulled out of Lauren's Case. I wonder why that happened. I think that Panola County Sheriffs and Texas Rangers might be the only ones who are still on the case.
 

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Somebody knows what happened to Lauren.
I think in MOO several people if not more know but remain silent.
I would hope new eyes and seasoned cold case investigators could solve this. Maybe it's time to grease some wheels.

If you have any information that could help the investigation, please contact the Panola County Sheriff’s Office at 903-693-0333.
 

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Five days and they still haven't found her, how far could she have traveled? The worrisome part is that she thought she was being followed. What doesn't make sense is that if she thought someone was following her, why turn off on a desolate road? I think Lauren is from that area and would be familiar with the gas/oil roads and that they lead to nowhere, so to speak?

They said she sounded confused. Do we know where she was coming from that night? Where had she been and what was she doing that night?



Editing my post after finding the time of the call. It was still daylight when she called 911. My question stands, where was Lauren prior to 2:30 pm on Thursday? Odd that we haven't heard those details in the media.

I completely agree - the police need to come forward with witness accounts of where she was around lunchtime if not before. I'd also like to know why she was in sweats and a hoodie on a Thursday afternoon? What took her to that location in the first place? I've seen that most cold cases stay cold because they give the public nothing to go on. The police have dropped the ball on this one and most of them do because of their lack of communication or for shady reasons. The person that was with her who went "fishing" - did he normally fish? The NBC report is non-sensical - did the friend try to get the car out and then go fishing? Who did he call during this time frame? I want to shout "Wake up people!
 

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Somebody knows what happened to Lauren.
I think in MOO several people if not more know but remain silent.
I would hope new eyes and seasoned cold case investigators could solve this. Maybe it's time to grease some wheels.

I've seen some documentation that Lauren's Mom is putting out letters to Congress and federal agencies about the ineptitude of this investigation... including that a bloody blanket was found and the sheriff in charge had not collected it because he was going on vacation. In addition, search dogs were used but were never given any item of Lauren's to use before the search (Are you serious?!). Lauren, on the 911 tape, said she was sinking in mud, but the recovered shoe had no mud on it. What can this poor family do next? Contact FOIA for the 911 call? Is there an investigative reporter who can help?
 

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FBI pulled out of Lauren's Case. I wonder why that happened. I think that Panola County Sheriffs and Texas Rangers might be the only ones who are still on the case.
It could be political and have to do with weapons. Perhaps one gov party is responsible for shooting her and the other has to look the other way. The political fallout is too big. There are a lot of weapons around there.
 
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Five days and they still haven't found her, how far could she have traveled? The worrisome part is that she thought she was being followed. What doesn't make sense is that if she thought someone was following her, why turn off on a desolate road? I think Lauren is from that area and would be familiar with the gas/oil roads and that they lead to nowhere, so to speak?

They said she sounded confused. Do we know where she was coming from that night? Where had she been and what was she doing that night?



Editing my post after finding the time of the call. It was still daylight when she called 911. My question stands, where was Lauren prior to 2:30 pm on Thursday? Odd that we haven't heard those details in the media.

All of the information that I am referring to has been released in the media:

Lauren was in a vehicle with a male. Two females were following her in a vehicle. The female in the vehicle made contact with Lauren's car causing her to go in to a ditch. There were witnesses who saw Lauren's vehicle and the three people at the scene. Lauren had been hanging out with these people that day.
 

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It could be political and have to do with weapons. Perhaps one gov party is responsible for shooting her and the other has to look the other way. The political fallout is too big. There are a lot of weapons around there.

Are you serious or is this sarcasm?
 

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FBI pulled out of Lauren's Case. I wonder why that happened. I think that Panola County Sheriffs and Texas Rangers might be the only ones who are still on the case.

I'm not sure why the FBI pulled out or if they really did pull out. This is coming from "an advocate" that got involved with Lauren's mom. What comes from this advocate is not always reliable. The FBI agent was perhaps a friend of the advocate that was not supposed to be on the case. He was talking about the case to the advocate. This advocate has written some outlandish things that I personally know are not true. Some other people on here know this psychic advocate and also were dismayed to hear she was involved. Just because that one FBI agent was supposedly pulled from the case does not mean the FBI is not involved.
 

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I've seen some documentation that Lauren's Mom is putting out letters to Congress and federal agencies about the ineptitude of this investigation... including that a bloody blanket was found and the sheriff in charge had not collected it because he was going on vacation. In addition, search dogs were used but were never given any item of Lauren's to use before the search (Are you serious?!). Lauren, on the 911 tape, said she was sinking in mud, but the recovered shoe had no mud on it. What can this poor family do next? Contact FOIA for the 911 call? Is there an investigative reporter who can help?

Many people believe that the car and shoe were staged and that Lauren was never at that location. Lauren was never seen at that location. The people who she had been with were at that location. Many believe one of the three people that she had been with drove her vehicle there and planted the shoe to throw off the location. So much about this makes no sense based on what we know.
 

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I've seen some documentation that Lauren's Mom is putting out letters to Congress and federal agencies about the ineptitude of this investigation... including that a bloody blanket was found and the sheriff in charge had not collected it because he was going on vacation. In addition, search dogs were used but were never given any item of Lauren's to use before the search (Are you serious?!). Lauren, on the 911 tape, said she was sinking in mud, but the recovered shoe had no mud on it. What can this poor family do next? Contact FOIA for the 911 call? Is there an investigative reporter who can help?
The sheriff didn't collect a bloody blanket because he was going on vacation?!?!
 

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It could be political and have to do with weapons. Perhaps one gov party is responsible for shooting her and the other has to look the other way. The political fallout is too big. There are a lot of weapons around there.
Care to explain, please, why you're thinking this way? I'm interested in hearing more. Thanks!
 

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I'm not sure why the FBI pulled out or if they really did pull out. This is coming from "an advocate" that got involved with Lauren's mom. What comes from this advocate is not always reliable. The FBI agent was perhaps a friend of the advocate that was not supposed to be on the case. He was talking about the case to the advocate. This advocate has written some outlandish things that I personally know are not true. Some other people on here know this psychic advocate and also were dismayed to hear she was involved. Just because that one FBI agent was supposedly pulled from the case does not mean the FBI is not involved.
That's what I thought.
 

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Where were her children that afternoon?
Oldest one would have been in school.
Younger ones perhaps at daycare or babysitter?

Lauren’s mother had missed calls during the night and didn’t know her daughter was missing until the next morning.

Wouldn’t the school and babysitter have been trying to frantically and repeatedly reach Lauren after she didn’t pick up her children? One of the posts described her as a devoted mother, so leaving the children with a babysitter to go fishing just seems odd.

Perhaps they called the secondary contact person. Who picked up her children? This person could provide a clue.

JMO
 

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Texas mother Lauren Colvin Thompson still missing after sounding ‘disoriented and confused’ on 911 call

“The next morning, three hours away in Fort Worth, Texas, Lauren’s mother Torie Colvin awoke to missed calls from the sheriff’s office.

“Me and my husband called them back and they asked if we had heard from Lauren,” Torie told Dateline. “I said no. They said they’d gotten a 911 call the day before, and she was missing.”
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Asked if they had heard from Lauren and the answer was no?

No, not today? Or no, not since she called yesterday when she was panicked?
 

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Are you serious or is this sarcasm?
No, not at all. But I know that that area has some shady characters and have heard this locally. Thanks for the additional info about the females. These cases are usually involving people the victim knows. Which is why it's so confusing about the 911 call. I think she could have been poisoned/drugged bc she didnt sound like she was using all of her faculties based on what the 911 caller said. How to explain the gunshots in the background tho?
 
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