The search continues for the disappearance of Casco Twp. women | New
The search by law enforcement and citizens continues for Nadine Moses, 84, of Casco Township, who disappeared from her home in the early morning hours of May 4.
Moses was driving a dark blue 2011 Ford Edge SUV with a Michigan handicap plate of C8932. She has not been seen or heard since.
The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office provided a timeline of local law enforcement attempts to locate Moses in a recent press release.
In the early evening of May 4, after Moses failed to show up as scheduled at a family member’s home and calls on his cell phone went to voicemail, the family reported him missing. A Be on the Lookout was posted statewide and nationwide, and she was listed on the Law Enforcement Information Network as Missing. The databases were checked to see if law enforcement officers had used his license plate.
MPs were able to confirm that at the time of his disappearance, Moses had a full tank of gasoline and about $ 50 in cash. She has not used her debit or credit cards since her disappearance.
Cell phone data was retrieved, indicating that Moses may have driven between 2:15 a.m. on May 4 and 9:15 a.m. the same day in the Ira, Casco, Cottrellville, China and East China townships and Marine City areas. . It is believed to have been in the M-29 area of Marine City around 5:15 a.m.
By checking the surveillance cameras, it is believed that his vehicle was observed on two cameras in the early morning of May 4. The vehicle was heading north on the M-29, passing the Marine City Police Department. The vehicle then turned east onto Fairbanks Street, and it is not known where the vehicle subsequently headed.
Since Moses’ disappearance, MPs and local law enforcement have checked turnout rates, state gambling zones, businesses, and other places where a vehicle could be located but not noticed. A check was also carried out on all open banks and open water entry points. A search of the Sainte-Claire and Belle rivers was also carried out by air and sonar without any sign of the vehicle.
On the afternoon of May 8, Michigan State Police examined data from Moses’ cell phone and then flew over a large area based on pings on his phone or data from the cell tower provided.
On May 19, the sheriff’s office received advice from a drone operator regarding what it believed to be a submerged vehicle in the St. Clair River off the coast of Algonac National Park. The Sheriff’s Office Marine Division and the dive team responded and located the item, which ended up being a pile of newspapers.
Detectives in the Sheriff’s Office continue to follow the advice of Crime Stoppers and other possible leads. MPs continue to search for the vehicle across the county.
The Sheriff’s Office asks everyone to stay alert and check their property, especially if they have a separate lane leading to a secluded area of their land.
“Along with the work we do, we continue to hope and pray for information on Nadine’s whereabouts,” Sheriff Mat King said. “If anyone finds Nadine or her vehicle, we ask that you immediately call the sheriff’s office at 810-985-8115 or your local police department. “
– Staff of the MediaNews group