Police checking clothing found in field to see if they belong to missing Morristown woman

Inesha “Katie” Haygood, 24, has been missing since Dec. 29, 2015 from Morristown, Tenn.  There are two reports of seeing her driving with an unknown man, and seeing her walking from her house at Lakeview Circle.  Police have been searching for Inesha since she was reported missing but have not been able to find her.  Clothes were found in a tomato field and the family is waiting on DNA results to see if the clothing belongs to Inesha, according to WBIR news. The Morristown Police Department is continuing to ask for citizens’ help in locating her.

Haygood is 5’6” tall, and weighs approximately 120-125 pounds. She has three tattoos: “Jezz-lyn” on the left side of her neck, “Robert Allen” on her left chest, and a small heart-shaped tattoo on her ankle.  Ms. Haygood is not wanted for any criminal action. MPD and her family are concerned for her safety. 
“She always calls home and lets me know she’s okay. She hasn’t called and she’s never been gone this long. She never leaves town and if she does, its just close by,” Brenda Haygood, Inesha’s mother, said. 
Inesha is 5’6” tall, and weighs approximately 120-125 pounds.  Anyone who sees or has any information concerning the whereabouts of Haygood is asked to contact Detective Phil Hurst at (423) 585-4675.
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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.