STOCKTON — Police officers have met with the family of missing Stockton woman Ashley Holloway and are checking the last known locations where she was known to have visited, a department spokesman said Tuesday.
“She has not come across our radar” since she disappeared the evening of Feb. 4, Officer Joe Silva said.
Holloway, 30 and the mother of three girls, went outside her east Stockton home at the conclusion of the Super Bowl to walk the family dog and simply “vanished,” her mother Kimberly Holloway said this week. The dog returned to the house but Ashley did not.
The family initially notified the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office of Ashley’s disappearance and then learned the case fell in the jurisdiction of the Stockton Police Department. Family members combed the neighborhood around Ashley’s home at Searchlight Avenue and East Anderson Street,
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STOCKTON — “It’s like she vanished. I don’t know, I just want her home,” the mother of Ashley Holloway said Monday, more than a week after her 30-year-old daughter went missing from her home in east Stockton.
Holloway, the mother of three daughters ages 10, 14 and 17, was last seen about 8 p.m. Feb. 4, the night of the Super Bowl.
She went outside her home at Searchlight Avenue and East Anderson Street to walk the family dog. The dog came back but Holloway did not.
“I don’t know what is going on,” Holloway’s desperate mother, Kimberly Holloway, said. “She did everything for her girls. She’s not the type of person who would have left them.”
She would not speculate on what has become of her daughter.
Kimberly Holloway said her daughter’s car remained at the house and none of her clothing
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$450,000 is no small chunk of change. It’s also the value of the gift to Quincy University’s communications department from Quincy Media Inc., the parent company of WGEM and the Herald-Whig.
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