Christy Ann Nichols vanishes after church from Arkansas FOUND

UPDATE 9/1/17 –  Quenton Nichols, the son of missing woman Christy Nichols, posted on Facebook saying police told him officers had found his mother’s car in the Springdale Hospital.  Quentin posted on Facebook: ….”I got some sad news today.  The police found my mother’s car in the Springdale Hostpial parking lot with a woman matching my mothers description inside.  I know no further details at this time, but please pray for me & my family & please respect our privacy through this difficult time.”

 


Christy Ann Nichols, 45, is missing.  She was last seen leaving the Catalyst Church in Bentonville, Arkansas, on August 6, 2017 on I-49 and Hwy 72.  Chief Deputy Lorie Howard with the Noel Marshal’s Office stated that Nichols is considered in danger.  The authorities checked her home and found her belongings there and nothing disturbed reports 5 news online.

Shannon posted on Facebook:  “Has the person that she filed a restraining against been interviewed by the police?”

A friend of Christy’s who wants to remain anonymous posted on their Facebook page: “We know that she filed a report June 22nd to the Rogers Police Department about a man named Tony from Ozark Guidance Center who kept harassing her and threatening her and even damaged her car. We know that she has not been in contact with anyone for 16 days and she did not take any of her belongings.”

Also, “She had lived here in Arkansas for 10 months had an Arkansas driver’s license and Arkansas tags on her car but because she was a resident for three weeks in Noel, Missouri no police agencies in Arkansas want to help with this. 

Christy is 5’9″ tall and weighs 145 pounds. She has auburn hair down to her shoulders and green eyes and may be driving a black 2008 Mazda 6 with a license plate of 542 VDU and Arkansas tags.

Anyone with information on Nichols’ whereabouts is urged to call police at 417-475-3777.

 

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