Anson County DMV Located Missing Woman’s Car With Unresponsive Boyfriend

The search for a missing woman from Charlotte, North Carolina, has intensified as her car was discovered in Anson County, driven by her boyfriend, according to her family and the Anson County Sheriff’s Office.

The unfolding mystery began on July 18, when troopers found an unresponsive man in the parking lot of the Anson County DMV office along Highway 74. He was taken to a local hospital, and authorities later revealed that the car he was driving belonged to Allisha Watts, a 39-year-old woman reported missing by her family to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department on July 19.

Family members stated that Watts was last seen on July 16 in Charlotte, leaving her boyfriend’s home in University City. The same man found unresponsive in her car is her boyfriend, but the police have not labeled him a suspect or person of interest.

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The Anson County Sheriff’s Office was made aware of Watts’ missing person report on July 20, after discovering that the car left at the DMV was registered in her name. Despite conducting searches of the vehicle and its vicinity, deputies have been unable to locate Watts.

Growing more desperate for answers, family and friends have been actively searching along a rural road near Wadesboro, though the specifics of what led them there have not been disclosed. Stephanie Johnson, a close friend of Watts, expressed the family’s anguish and determination to find her, urging anyone with information to come forward.

The family shared their frustration with the lack of updates from law enforcement regarding the investigation, learning about the case’s progress through media reports.

Detectives have not provided further details about questioning the boyfriend or potential leads in the case. The Anson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information from the public, asking anyone with relevant information to contact them, the Moore County Sheriff’s Office, or CMPD.

As each day passes without any sign of Watts, her loved ones grow more concerned, emphasizing that she is not the type of person to disappear without contacting her family and friends. They plead for her safe return and continue their efforts to bring her home.

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