Georgia woman goes missing after car accident

Tosha Herron

UPDATE 4/22/17 – Remains have been positively identified as belonging to Tosha.


UPDATE 4/21/17 –  The Lumpkin County and Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Offices were conducting a search in the Chestatee Wildlife Management area looking for Tosha Herron and have found remains.  Herron’s car that had damage on it was found in a wooded area on Hwy 129N in Lumpkin County on October 12, 2016. The remains have been turned over to the medical examiner for identification.


Original Story:  Tosha Herron, 36, from Buford has been missing since Oct 7, 2016.  She left to go on trip to visit a friend in Blue Ridge, Ga.   Her car, a 2006 Nissan Altima was found in a ravine in Lumpkin County on Oct. 12, by her father, Keith Reed.

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“No more major leads as of today,” Nelson wrote. “All we can ask is that everyone keeps praying and sharing (social media posts) for us. The more exposure of her picture and story means someone might know she’s a missing person when they do see her next and call the police.”

The family is wondering if Tosha was picked up by a passing driver.  The GBI has told the family they will be investigating Tosha’s disappearance.

There is a reward for information leading to her whereabouts of $10,000.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact Investigator J. Canupp at 706-482-2615.

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