Maegan Hembree missing from Smyer

September 2018

Michael Todd Ramsey has been sentenced to 80 years in jail after convicting him of evading from the police and possessing methamphetamine back in 2015.  The Grand Saline Sun has a detailed article on why Ramsey received 80 years. Click here to read.

8/4/13

Michael Ramsey a person of interest in the disappearance of Maegan is in the Lubbock County Jail now on an unrelated charge.

Suspect

The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office believes 48-year old Michael Ramsey may be connected to her disappearance.  He had been seen driving her car a few days after her disappearance and in possession of her cell phone SIM card.  Authorities found a small drop of blood in her car.  Even after Lubbock Co. investigators questioned Ramsey about his connection to Maegan there was not enough evidence to formally charge him with her disappearance.

Information has come out that Hembree was last seen in Lubbock County on February 26, 2013 with Michael Todd Ramsey, traveling in a red 2-door Saturn, wearing a light gray hoodie, pajama pants or blue jeans, and black tennis shoes.

Original Story

Maegan Hembree, 30, is missing from Smyer, Texas  She was last seen on Feb 26, 2013.  She was heading to a friends home in Lubbock

but never made it.  She has dark blonde hair, green eyes and is 4’11” tall,  She has a large Houston Astros logo tattoo on the back of her neck and on her lower left leg.  She was last seen wearing pj pants and a hooded sweatshirt.  She may be driving a red 1999 Saturn coupe, NM license plate KQB142.

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