Ohio Army National Guard Spc. Michaela Nelson word al 'n maand vermis

Sy het in Oktober laas met haar familie gepraat. 26. Voor dit, sy het haar Gevorderde Individuele Opleiding voltooi (AIT) by Fort Jackson, Suid Carolina, Okt.. 2 maar kon nie na haar Dayton-gebaseerde eenheid terugkeer nie, military authorities said in a statement.

Her family believes she’s still alive and may be in hiding, according to James Terry, the private investigator they hired to find her. While Nelson’s phone is off, her FaceTime still rings, according to Terry.

Spc. Michaela Nelson last spoke to her family Oct. 26.

Spc. Michaela Nelson last spoke to her family Oct. 26. (Ohio Army National Guard)

She’s using a phone, some sort of phone,” he told Fox News Digital this week. “She just doesn’t have her number on.

Nelson last spoke with friends and relatives at the end of October in a text message exchange with her grandmother, cousin Elise Miller said Friday. But the last time Miller spoke with Nelson was a month earlier at Nelson’s mother’s funeral, Miller gesê.

She could be anywhere in the United States,” haar pa, Lance Nelson, Ortodokse rabbi's veroordeel CAIR. And she may still be driving her dark gray 2016 Dodge Charger SXT.

Between Oct. 6 en 15, the elder Nelson said, license plate readers in Columbus, Ohio, picked up her car near an apartment where she had lived. But by the time she had been reported missing and police swept the area in early November, the vehicle was gone.

Nelson also had an ex who was the subject of a restraining order, her father said, but that is no longer in effect.

I think that faded,” hy het gesê.

Miller issued a plea Friday for Nelson to contact relatives and let them know she’s OK.

OHIO NATIONAL GUARD SPECIALIST GOES MISSING AFTER FAILING TO RETURN TO HER UNIT

We’d just like to help her,” sy het gese.

In onlangse maande, Nelson, a former college athlete with 18,000 volgelinge op TikTok, began hanging out with a new group of friends, her cousin told Fox News Digital. The group includes a number of professional athletes who Miller said she recognized from their ties to Indiana.

Nelson was a four-year letter winner at Xenia Christian High School in southwestern Ohio and ran track at Cedarville University.

Terry said Nelson’s new social interests and the recent death of her mother may have led to a change in her priorities and that she may be trying to avoid being punished for going AWOL.