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diwanicki Jan 6, 4:19 p.m.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family
UmmmK Jan 6, 7:22 a.m.
Great. More police criticismm tinydancer. Let's not assume just because WRAL covered the story that we now know all the details of the investigation. Please, let the investigators do their job without assuming you've got it all based on 2 short stories on the news. My prayers go out to this woman, her children, family & friends.
tatum Jan 6, 6:09 a.m.
I sure hope this wasn't the FIRST time the authorities have looked for her in the vicinity of 911 call!! Also the article says the 911 call was dropped so it took sheriff deputies several days to even find out who called. It is a shame that there is not enough cell phone coverage that emergency call was dropped in the first place. Admittedly this is a very rural area, but the volume of construction in the Lake Gaston area (Warren & Halifax counties) and resulting increase in traffic along 158 has not yielded much improvement in cell phone towers or coverage. We have Alltel and constantly have problems with dropped calls or no reception throughout Warren County (158 Warrenton/Macon as well as Lake Gaston area). God bless Ms Stansbury and her family. Let's all keep praying for her safe return.
anastasia Jan 5, 11:42 p.m.
So somebody called 911 on Dec. 10 reporting a naked and bloodied woman being chased by two men, and they finally get around to checking it out now? wonderful.
Published: 2008-01-11 14:37:00
Updated: 2010-06-21 13:53:03