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A Morgan Nick Amber Alert was issued Monday for 17-year-old Casey Crowder

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Casey Crowder, 17, has been missing since Sunday when she was last seen leaving her  Casey Crowder 1boyfriends home. Casey was last seen at 5:30 AM, Sunday August 27th, 2006 near 105 Wilbrun Brake in the community of Pickens, south of Dumas.  A Level II, Morgan Nick Amber Alert in connection with the disappearance of Casey Crowder.

Crowder’s family says her car later ran out of gas on Highway 65. (See story link for more background information.)

Investigators have conducted polygraph tests on several of her friends and a search of Crowder’s bedroom, but none has offered any help.


Casey Crowder’s description:

Name: Casey Crowder
Sex: Female
Height: 5’1″
Hair Color: Blonde
Race: Caucasian
Age:  17
Weight: 105 Lbs.
Eye Color: Green

(Project Safe Kids)

If you have information that could help find Casey Crowder please contact the Desha County Sheriff’s Office at (870) 877-2327.

Pine Bluff Mother Cries Out Over Missing Daughter

(Melinda Crowder, mother of missing girl) “Casey, you know how much we love you and how hard we’re trying to find you and we’re going to find you. And we love you very much.”

A mother cries out as her only daughter vanishes along Highway 65 early Sunday morning. Police believe 17-year-old Casey Crowder disappeared somewhere near Dumas early Sunday morning. Crews continue to search and they’re hoping for a safe return.

Casey Crowder just began her senior year at Watson Chapel last week.  Tuesday her mother says she feels empty with her only daughter missing.




Her vehicle was found abandoned on U.S. 65 near the new Dumas hospital. The gas tank was empty, the doors were locked and the emergency flashers were turned on. The vehicle revealed no evidence of foul play, according to police.

Smith said 30 or 40 law enforcement officers and volunteers searched the farmland, breaks, and a bayou between Pickens and Lincoln County on Tuesday. More volunteers and law enforcement officers joined the search Wednesday when they combed the cotton and bean fields north and east of Dumas.

Two investigators and an FBI agent spent the day canvassing businesses along U.S. 65, from Pickens to Gould, and a volunteer from Dumas distributed flyers in Pine Bluff and Lake Village, and all the towns between, Smith said.

(Pine Bluff Commercial)

FBI seeks help finding missing girl

DUMAS (AP) — The FBI on Thursday joined perplexed investigators from Arkansas in the search for a Pine Bluff teenager who disappeared along a busy federal highway after running out of gasoline last weekend.

Agents put out a notice nationally seeking information about Casey Crowder, a senior at Watson Chapel High School. Crowder, traveling back from a friend’s house in Pickens on Sunday morning, telephoned her mother to say she had run out of gas and would walk to a gas station

(The Baxter Bulletin)

Missing Pine Bluff Teen Update (Casey Crowder)

Casey Crowder disappeared early Sunday morning and has not been seen or heard from since. FBI and other agencies have been searching the “ditches and bodies of water” near Pickens where they believe Casey was last.

Crews were searching ditches and bodies of water. Several agents, including the FBI, spent most of the day in the town of Pickens.  It’s believed that’s where Casey Crowder was seen last.

Thursday marks day 4 of searching by air, by foot and by four wheelers. Crews flood the tiny town of Pickens hoping to find any clue as to the whereabouts of Casey Crowder.  Sheriff Don Smith says no evidence has been found.  And there are no suspects either.

(Sheriff Don Smith, Desha County)”We’ve interviewed her boyfriend two or three times, two of his friends, at least three times.  Several polygraph tests, everything comes out fine.” (KATV)

Where Is Casey Crowder? Sheriff Don Smith of the Desha County Sheriff’s Department, Casey Crowder’s mother Melinda and her aunt Cindy Bennett go “One The Record”.

VAN SUSTEREN: Melinda, any idea is there — would your daughter ever take off? It doesn’t sound like a case where she’d take off but any idea would she take off?

CROWDER: No, she would not. She was very close to all of her family and friends and there was no reason at all for her to run off. That’s just not an option. She didn’t have any reason to. She had just tried out for the school’s softball team the Saturday before. All of her clothes were in her room.

She had just called me and, you know, I told her that if — you know, I asked her if she wanted me to come and pick her up and she said, “No, mom, don’t worry about it. I’ll call so and so and get him to get them to bring me some gas and it will be all right” you know. And I said, “OK, are you sure?” And she said, “Yes.” And I said, “Well call me back if you need me” and then I didn’t hear from her anymore.

Full Transcript from Fox News, ‘On the Record” with Greta Van Susteren.

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