UPDATE March 25, 2019 – The Columbus Ohio Police stated on social media that the body of Amber Evans has been recovered from the Scioto River. The authorities are stated no foul play.
The Director at Central Ohio’s Juvenile Justice Coalition, and activist with People’s Justice Project, and March for Our Lives has gone missing. Amber Evans, 28, has been missing since Monday, January 28, 2019 from Columbus, Ohio. Her phone was later found at another part of Scioto Mile.
Evans was seen at a meeting in Columbus last Monday afternoon. She then met with her boyfriend. Later that evening, the boyfriend called Amber’s mother, Tonya and said that Amber left and had not returned. He stated that Amber had left to “take a drive somewhere,” after they had gotten into a verbal argument.
Tonya decided to check to see if Amber had gone to her favorite spot downtown, and she found Amber’s car at the Scioto Mile. A search in the car resulted in finding nothing, including Amber’s cell phone, she told ABC6onyourside news.
The Columbus Police Dept. is calling Amber’s case as “distraught high-risk” because she went missing after a domestic dispute.
Evans is described as 5’5″ with brown hair and eyes and was last seen wearing a white parka and black leggings.
If you have any information about Amber Evans please call the Missing Persons Unit of the Columbus Police Dept. at 614-645-4280.