Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by OkieGranny, Sep 16, 2014.
Sounds like LE needs to have a sit down with the husband. Did they come home from the yardsale together? When was the last time he saw her? Did they argue? Was she depressed? Crossing my fingers but this one trips the hinkey meter.
Yeah, there's gotta be a reason for the FBI and state police to be involved only two days out.
Sounds like maybe the neighbors disagree with the "left on her own" part.
Page County Sheriff says they found the cell phone of Joy Schultz this saturday. Case now upgraded to missing and endangered or possible homicide.
Just started following this case as my husband used to work with her. How horrible. I hope something is discovered soon and they are able to find her.
Many, many parts of this story are missing. When did her husband last see her, did she go outside for awhile the day she vanished, did she go for a walk ? How can someone be abducted from inside their home with no witnesses ?? ..........etc........... It's sort of like a 100 count Jigsaw puzzle with 60 of the pieces missing.
Sounds like her belongings were just thrown out of a car.
Weird that it said her co workers reported her missing, why didn't the husband report her missing?
This doesn't sound good at all. I'm confused about which day she was last seen...one article I read said the 7th, another one said the 6th. So which day was she actually seen by someone? We need more detail on where exactly she was last seen and by whom?
This poor lady hasnt been given very much coverage at all.
"several persons of interest" Wow, this lady must have made a few enemies. I hope she's found and whoever made her disappear is arrested. I always hate to say it, but after being on websleuths for years, the husband most likely has something to do with it JMO.
Hmm, I must have missed one of the Sheriff's quotes when you first posted the link. I'm hoping I'm just being too critical of his choice of words. The following comment just has me crossing my fingers that LE knows what they're doing, as it seems a little naive:
With all due respect and I mean no offense, this is Page County. This is a very rural county. The people I've come across while working are some of the nicest and most trusting people I've ever met. I understood what he meant, although it was a different way of saying it.
Remains of Joy may have been found and two are in custody.
Her husband and step son! How awful...
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