27 year old Alisha Sidie has been missing since Friday night, November 7, 2008 in the Hatfield area of Jackson County, WI. According to reports, Alisha left her Hatfield home Friday night after an argument with her ex-husband, Doug Sidie. Her ex-husband said she left on foot. She has never been seen or heard from since.
Alisha left her Hatfield home Friday night after an arguement with her husband, Doug Sidie. Now officials are beginning to piece together a timeline of Alisha’s whereabouts that night, including the last people she had spoke with.
Sheriff Waldera says, “We are looking into the whereabouts and who had last contact, doesn’t matter if it was the husband or even friends she was with, but yes, we have investigators looking at all that information including the husband, what was going on and the details of the event that was told to us.”
Alisha Sidie Description:
She has a tattoo of a Taurus on her middle upper back and a cherry tattoo on her lower stomach.
Family says Alisha was wearing light blue scrubs and a long-sleeved white t-shirt.
Family, friends and law enforcement officers planned to regroup Tuesday to resume the search. About 150 people combed the Hatfield area on Monday. Searchers called in a tracking dog, helicopter and dive team as they looked for the mother of two.
“There’s so many dozens of ways that this could have happened,” Sidie’s friend Molly Hoffman told FOX News on Tuesday. “We all hope that she’s being a brat and she’s out there somewhere, but we also have thought about the worst and the more we look, it’s hard to say what actually happened when we have no news at all.”
Sidie’s ex-husband, Doug, says his wife left home about 9 p.m. Friday and never returned.
Jordann Ojanpa says, “This has been the biggest challenge in the search efforts. Hatfield is completly covered in wooded areas. In over three hours, 160 volunteers could only cover 3 1/2 miles of woods.”
Searches now face the daunting task of sifting through brush and miles of wooded ares, hoping for any signs of Alisha.
Volunteer Amy Appel says, “We’re looking for items of clothing, really anything that looks remotely new that might be in relation, might give us some help.”
Alisha left her Hatfield home Friday night after an argument with her husband, Doug Sidie. Now officials are beginning to piece together a timeline of Alisha’s whereabouts that night, including the last people she had spoke with.
It was only a matter of time before Doug Sidie, the ex-husband of missing Alisha Sidie was named a person of interest. Doug Sidie has the 3 most common attributes involved in being a person of interest and they are “ex-husband”, argument and last person to claim to have seen her. how many times have we seen this same MO play out in the disappearance of a person?
The case of a missing Jackson county woman takes a new turn. Investigators are now calling the ex-husband of Alisha Sidie a person of interest.
Investigators are also searching the Sidie home again for any clues.
“Now that we’re coming up short with our ground searches and any other information, it leads us back to the beginning. So we’re kind of backing up and saying, well let’s focus back at the residence and try to gather additional information,” said Jackson County Sherifff Duane Waldera.
On Saturday, Alisha’s ex-husband, Doug Sidie, told investigators he and Alisha got into an argument on Friday night. He told them Alisha walked off and hadn’t been seen since.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department at (715) 284-5357
Search efforts that included dive teams and underwater sonar to probe a canal came up empty Friday in the hunt for a 27-year-old Jackson County woman who has been missing for a week.
Sheriff’s Sgt. Pat LaBarbera said search dogs were also used in the effort to locate Alisha Sidie of Hatfield, the mother of twin 2-year-old boys.
After a week-long search involving hundreds of volunteers, the body of 27-year-old Alisha Sidie of Hatfield was found Saturday night, and her 39-year-old ex-husband, Douglas Sidie, was arrested, Jackson County Sheriff Duane Waldera said.
No other details were offered on how Alisha Sidie’s body was found or what led to the arrest of Douglas Sidie. Alisha Sidie’s body has been sent to the state Crime Lab.
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