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06 06 09 The search for Megan Maxwell- Crews, family press on in search for missing teen

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

Crews, family press on in search for missing teen 06 06 09 The search for missing 19-year-old Megan Maxwell brought crews to Douglas Lake again Saturday, this time with recovery dogs. Maxwell was last heard from early the morning of April 26th. Investigators found her car burning just hours later. Even though Sunday marks six weeks since Megan went missing, family members say every day the search continues is like re-living the first day they knew she was gone. Riverbeds and forests have become the daily scenery for Megan’s mother, Lisa, who says hope runs dry by the day. “You get very impatient, aggravated. When I get up, if I’ve gotten sleep at all, I just think, ‘Today might be the day that we find her’,” she said. 400 acres of land and water in and around Douglas Lake are the latest scene crews hope may hold the answer to the question of what happened to Megan. “The dogs are looking to see if maybe Megan was put into the French Broad or the Pigeon River and could’ve possibly gotten down into Douglas Lake,” said Lori Roberts with the CUE Center for Missing Persons. The Newport Police Department had scheduled to search a nearby landfill Saturday, but cancelled it for logistical reasons. Forty-two days of searching and waiting have passed with no news, and Lisa Maxwell says it still feels like day one. “Since that day, my life has done a complete turn-around and I don’t think it will ever be the same. I feel like there’s just a great big part of me that’s gone,” Maxwell



CUE Center For Missing Persons hopes to solve mysterious disappearance

Monday, November 28th, 2011

www.ncmissingpersons.org Aug 25, 2009 VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) – A national organization is helping bring new awareness to the disappearance of a Valdosta woman and her young son nearly seven years ago. The Cue Center for Missing Persons is sponsoring a nationwide missing person’s tour. They stopped in Valdosta along with Paula and Brandon Wade’s family, hoping to help solve their mysterious disappearance. Regis and Mary McGrath never missed a Sunday night phone call with their daughter, Paula Wade, until the weekend she disappeared seven years ago. “You never think it’s going to happen to you,” said Mary McGrath, mother. Wade worked at Sam’s Club. Her co-worker reported the 25-year old Wade and her 3-year old son Brandon missing on October 14, 2002. This photo is what Brandon could look like now at 10-years old. Since then, the family continues to search and police have been investigating. Valdosta Police periodically run checks through the social security administration to see if anyone’s stolen her identity. To their knowledge, no one’s used her social security number or purchased anything on her credit cards. Regis says faith and family are what keep them going in finding any information on their missing daughter and grandson. “We would ask anybody that has that piece of information to come forward and talk,” said Regis McGrath. “There is an award being offered.” The family is working with the Cue Center for Missing Persons which stopped in Valdosta on its sixth annual




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