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xx Re: Sue Ann Ray - August 26, 2005 - GA
« Reply #15 on: Oct 6th, 2005, 06:37am »

Missing woman s reward now stands at $100K

The reward to find a missing Woodstock woman has increased and so has the effort to find her.

Sue Ann Ray, 26, was reported missing Aug. 29 by her family after last being seen three days earlier in Jasper, where she went to visit her estranged husband. Her abandoned van was found at the Canton Wal-Mart Supercenter on Aug. 29.

The reward fund Ms. Ray's family started at Bank of America has received a $100,000 donation from a private donor, said her father, Danny Jenkins of Augusta.

The Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation has given $5,000 and private donations also have been received.


Jenkins said an application has been made to the Governor's office to add another $10,000 to the fund.

"That will shake the trees," he said of the increased reward. "Somebody saw something. It has been 40 days. It is time for this to go to bed. It is time for who is involved to come forward."

The GBI has stepped in to take over the case, Sgt. Dan King of the Woodstock Police Department said. He said the GBI has more resources to devote to the search, adding he still will be involved in the investigation.

No suspects have been named in the case, but police have interviewed several "people of interest."

Ms. Ray's estranged husband Quinton Ray was arrested on a terroristic threat charge King said was unrelated to her disappearance. Police did not release details of the crime and Ray has bonded out of jail.

Ms. Ray, who has a 5-year-old daughter, is described as 5 feet tall and weighing 110 pounds with blond hair and green eyes. She is a Cherokee High School graduate and has two tattoos: a red and black tribal tattoo on her lower back and a flower on her right ankle. She was last seen driving a 1998 maroon with gray trim Ford Windstar sport van.

Anyone with information about the case or who saw someone driving Ms. Ray's van, is asked to call Sgt. King at (770) 294-7231 or e-mail him at Dking@ci.woodstock.ga.us. For information about the case, visit the Web site at www.Geocities.Com/FindSueAnn.

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xx FOX5 Atlanta Airs Sue Ann's Story
« Reply #16 on: Oct 7th, 2005, 9:09pm »

Special Thanks to FOX5 News in Atlanta who did a segment regarding the disappearance of Sue Ann Ray tonight. It's about time somebody decided to broadcast Sue Ann and her story. This will reair in it's entirety at 1 a.m. tonight if you missed it @ 10



Missing Woodstock Woman
More than one hundred thousand dollars is being offered tonight for the safe return of a missing Woodstock woman. 26-year-old Sue Ann Ray disappeared fourty-two days ago... and authorities suspect foul play. The only sister of Ray came in from Augusta today to meet us at the Woodstock Police Department. The missing woman's family is hoping added publicity and more than one hundred thousand dollars will lead to her whereabouts. Sandy Chasm says her sister left her Woodstock apartment the afternoon of August 26th. It's believe she followed Interstate 575 to Pickens County to the home based auto mechanic business of her estranged husband to have some work done on a maroon van like this one. Sue Ann Ray's maroon van was found in this parking lot of this Wal Mart in Canton, about ten miles from the home of her estranged husband where she was last seen. The strange part of it according to her sister is that the van had been backed into the spot. Sue Ann Rays' family and friends have posted hundreds of fliers in Cheroke and Pickens county, but after fourty two days without any sightings. Authorities suspect foul play. Which is why an anonymous family friend has offered to add one hundred thousand dollars, to an existing five thousand dollar reward fund to help find Ray. Woodstock police say they have a number of leads, but none that point to any suspect. Anyone with information about the where abouts of Sue Ann Ray is asked to contact Woodstock police or the Georgia Bureau Of Investigation. (10/07/05 @ 10:00PM)

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xx Re: Sue Ann Ray - August 26, 2005 - GA
« Reply #17 on: Oct 9th, 2005, 6:40pm »

Sue Ann will be on the FOX NEWS main network this Tuesday along with several other stations. We've updated her website this afternnon which now includes new photos. See also this news article by the AJC.

Friends and family of a Woodstock woman missing for more than a month are hoping a $105,000 reward will bring answers in her disappearance.

Sueann Ray, 26, has not been seen or heard from since Aug. 26, said Woodstock police Sgt. Dan King
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xx Re: Sue Ann Ray - August 26, 2005 - GA
« Reply #18 on: Oct 10th, 2005, 8:08pm »

Police suspect foul play in the disappearance of a young mother from Woodstock. 26-year-old Sue Ann Ray has been missing since late August, and now a family friend has anonymously added $100,000 to the reward fund.

For six weeks now, Sandy Chasm has worked nonstop to try to get the word out about her sister's disappearance, hoping anyone with information will come forward.

“I just keep hoping that she’s still alive. That keeps me strong,” Chasm said.

Ray disappeared Friday, August 26, after she went to her estranged husband’s home in Jasper. Quinton Ray told police that she was there to get an oil change he runs out back, and that she left that evening.

No one has seen or heard from her since.

“Based on the fact that it’s out of character for her to be gone for such a long period of time without talking to her family and friends, we think there’s more to it than just a missing person,” said Woodstock police Sgt. Dan King.

According to investigators, three days after Ray disappeared, police found her minvan abandoned in the Wal-Mart parking lot in Canton.

“It was backed in perfectly straight, no way she backed in, no way," said Chasm.

Woodstock police say the minvan is a maroon 1998 Ford Windstar. Police have interviewed Ray’s family members and friends, but they have not identified any suspects.

Perhaps the hardest part, Chasm says, is explaining ray's disappearance to her six-year-old daughter.

“She misses her mom, wants mom back and doesn't understand why we can't find her," said Chasm.

Family members are hoping a new $100,000 reward will be the key to solving this case. The Woodstock Police Department is urging anyone who knows anything that could help them solve this mystery to call 770-592-6030.

A website has also been set up for people to provide information as well. That site is http://www.findsueann.org/ The reward for information stands at $105,000.


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xx Two Ladies Missing from one Family
« Reply #19 on: Oct 11th, 2005, 6:56pm »

11Alive has done a special show tonight that includes Heather and SueAnn. You can see the live feed from the link below.




The search for a missing mother from Woodstock has family members feeling a sense of deja vu.
26-year-old Sueann Ray was last seen six weeks ago on the 10th anniversary of her cousin’s disappearance in Kentucky.

On August 26, 1995, Heather Teague was abducted from a beach in Spottsville, Ky., in broad daylight.

She was 23 years old at the time and has not been seen since.

Her case remains unsolved .

"You never know the pain a mother and father go through when they lose a child or a child is missing until it happens to you," said Danny Jenkins.

Jenkins has spent years helping his sister deal with the disappearance of her daughter, Heather.
Now he’s in the same situation.

His daughter, Sueann, has been missing since August 26. She disappeared ten years to the day after her cousin’s abduction here.

“It's a feeling you can't describe,” Jenkins said. “It's terrible, and I don't know how my sister made it. I don't know how she's alive. I don't know how she's done it for 10 years, because I can't. I can't go through it for 10 years, I'll tell you that."

Sueann, who was a teenager when her cousin disappeared, recently sent an e-mail to her aunt.

“I am sure that I can help,” Sueann wrote. “I will do anything I can. I picture this happening in my head, and it doesn’t make sense…Something is definitely wrong…We will bring her home, one way or another.”

Three days after sending that e-mail, Sueann also disappeared.

Police suspect foul play, but they haven’t identified any suspects.

"I just have to keep hope that she is alive,” said Sandy Chasm, Sueann’s sister. "I want her home so I can talk to her."

Relatives are hoping at least one family mystery will be solved soon.

Anyone with information about Sueann Ray’s disappearance, is asked to call the Georgia Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-597-TIPS.

Her family is offering a $105,000 reward for information that leads to finding her
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xx Missing Woman's Dad Speaks Out
« Reply #20 on: Oct 12th, 2005, 9:42pm »

Missing Woman's Dad Speaks Out
Reported by: Jennifer Leslie
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Last Modified: 10/12/2005 7:29:33 PM


The father of a missing mother from Woodstock is pointing the finger at her husband.

Danny Jenkins believes Quinton Ray played a role in the disappearance of Sueann Ray, who’s been missing since August 26.

"This monster is either holding my daughter, or he's killed her,” Jenkins said. “This guy knows where my daughter is."

Quinton Ray declined 11Alive’s request for an interview, but his attorney, David Cannon, said Ray knows nothing about his wife’s disappearance.

He said Ray continues to cooperate fully with investigators and hopes and prays that his wife and the mother of their child will be found safe.

Woodstock police have not named Ray or anyone else a suspect in this case.

Police will only say they’re focusing on a few different people as part of their investigation. Still, Ray is in trouble with the law.

When he went to the Woodstock Police Department to report his wife missing on August 29, he ended up spending the next three nights in jail.

He was charged with making terroristic threats, but his attorney insists he’s innocent.

So far, police have not released any details about the charge, but they said it’s not directly related to Sueann’s disappearance.

According to police, Quinton and Sueann Ray were separated, and he was the last one who saw her when she stopped at his home in Jasper so he could service her car.

He told police she left that evening.

Three days later, police found Sueann’s minivan abandoned in the Wal-Mart parking lot in Canton.

No one has seen or heard from her in almost seven weeks.

Her relatives are encouraged that police have received new tips since a family friend anonymously added $100,000 to the reward fund.

Anyone that may have information that might help investigators, is asked to call the GBI at 1-800-597-TIPS.

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xx Disappearance Gains National Media Scrutiny
« Reply #21 on: Oct 13th, 2005, 08:36am »

Disappearance Gains National Media Scrutiny

By Barbara P. Jacoby

Cherokee Tribune News Editor

Danny Jenkins has gained some help in the search for his missing daughter - the rest of the country.

The disappearance of single mom Sue Ann Ray, 26, of Woodstock was featured Tuesday night on Nancy Grace's CNN Headline News show and Greta Van Susteren's Fox News show.

Both shows are known for their coverage of missing persons cases, most recently the intense focus on missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway.


Ms. Grace is expected to feature the story again today and will cover it regularly as warranted, according to the network. Jenkins and his family also were interviewed by Atlanta TV stations and have been in contact with other national news programs.

Jenkins said the increased media attention is greatly appreciated, but has been overwhelming.

"We're getting more attention and hopefully it's going to help with the investigation. It makes for long days," said Jenkins, who got home at 1 a.m. Wednesday morning after Ms. Grace's show only to wake up at 5 a.m. for an interview with an Atlanta TV station. "I just want to get my daughter back. It ain't right. It ain't fair."

Ms. Ray was reported missing Aug. 29 to the Woodstock Police Department. She was last seen three days earlier in Jasper, where she went to visit her estranged husband, who she had been separated from for a few months. Her abandoned van was found at the Canton Wal-Mart Supercenter on Aug. 29.

The GBI has joined the Woodstock Police in investigating the disappearance, which remains classified as a missing persons case although foul play is suspected. No suspects have been named, but police say they have interviewed "persons of interest."

Her family has set up a reward fund that now tops $105,000.

Jenkins said his family plans to continue posting fliers and is working to set up a billboard between Canton and Jasper and a cross memorial at the site where her van was found.


Jenkins said he was pleased with the Woodstock Police efforts, but has not seen much action since the GBI stepped in to assist.

"I don't think the GBI gives two hoots," Jenkins said. "I'd like to see them go all out and do their job. They need to find my daughter."

GBI Spokesman John Bankhead said the agency is dedicated to the case and they believe foul play was involved.

"We are doing everything we can to try to get the word out," he said, adding the case is on their Web site and they have been conducting interviews and pursuing leads. "So far it's not encouraging."

Shortly after her disappearance, Ms. Ray's estranged husband Quinton Ray was arrested on a terroristic threat charge, which police said was unrelated to the case. Police have said he is cooperating with their investigation.

Jenkins said he has spoken to Ray once since his daughter's disappearance.

"I told him he needs to cooperate with the police, clear his name and help me find my daughter," Jenkins said. "He got a lawyer."

Ray's attorney David Cannon Sr. said his client filed the missing person report and has fully cooperated with police.

"He certainly hopes and asks that anyone who knows anything about the disappearance of his wife to turn that information over to the Woodstock Police and GBI," said Cannon, whose law office is in Canton. "He hopes that his wife and the mother of their child will be found soon."

According to Cannon, Ms. Ray visited Ray Aug. 26 at his home in Jasper so he could do a tune-up and oil change on the minivan in preparation for a possible trip to Augusta to visit Jenkins. Her family has confirmed she went to Ray's home after leaving her job with a trucking company.

Ray started to do the service and then the two shared a pizza for dinner, Cannon said. He said Ms. Ray received a cell phone call about her daughter's participation in a cheerleading program and left before the work was done on her minivan.

Police say she left Jasper at 6:30 or 7 p.m. based on their investigation. She was to meet someone at 7 p.m. in reference to the cheerleading program, but never showed, according to her family. Her cell phone also stopped working at 7 p.m., according to her family.

Ray already had picked their 6-year-old daughter, Charity, up from school for the weekend, as per their arrangement, Cannon said. On Sunday, he did not hear from Ms. Ray so he called her sister to see what the plans were to return the little girl - whether to bring her to Ms. Ray's apartment that night or to school Monday morning. He learned Ms. Ray had not arrived in Augusta nor been heard from, so he filed a police report, Cannon said.

The same day the missing persons report was filed, the Canton Police Department at 11 p.m. found Ms. Ray's 1998 maroon with gray trim Ford Windstar sport van in the Canton Wal-Mart Supercenter parking lot.

Security tapes from Wal-Mart show that Ms. Ray went inside the store at about 5:30 p.m. Aug. 26, the day she was last seen, but police released no other details.

All her personal belongings were still inside the minivan, according to her family. The minivan also was very clean, which her family said is unusual for Ms. Ray, and it was backed into a space - something they say Ms. Ray would never do.

The department was called out to Ms. Ray's Woodstock apartment in July on a domestic call, but no report was made and no charges were filed, according to police. Cannon said Ray and Ms. Ray were "still talking with each other" and that neither had filed for divorce.

Ms. Ray is described as 5 feet tall and weighing 110 pounds with blond hair and green eyes. She is a Cherokee High School graduate and has two tattoos: a red and black tribal tattoo on her lower back and a flower on her right ankle.

Anyone with information about the case or who saw someone driving Ms. Ray's van, is asked to call Sgt. Dan King at (770) 294-7231 or e-mail him at Dking@ci.woodstock.ga.us.

For information about the case, visit the Web site set up by her family at www.FindSueAnn.org.

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xx $105,000 reward offered in Sue Ann Ray Case
« Reply #22 on: Oct 13th, 2005, 9:14pm »

A reward, offered for information in the Sue Ann Ray missing
person case, stands at $105,000, Sergeant Dan King of the Woodstock
Police said Monday.
King also said he believes the case is more than a simple
missing person as it is out of character for Ray to be out of
communication with her family for this length of time.
Twenty-six-year-old, Ray, a former resident of Pickens County
and mother of a six-year-old daughter, was last seen in Jasper,
Friday, August 26.
Separated from her husband, Quinton Ray, and living and
working in Woodstock, Ms. Ray returned to Jasper the afternoon of
August 26 for her husband to perform maintenance on her vehicle.
Quinton Ray is a self-employed mechanic.
King said police know Sue Ann Ray's business in Jasper that
day "from his [Quinton Ray's] statement to us and from statements she
[Sue Ann Ray] made to other people [prior to her disappearance]."
King said Woodstock Police took a statement from Quinton Ray the
Monday following his wife's disappearance, when Mr. Ray went to
Woodstock Police to file a missing person report.
Authorities discovered Sue Ann Ray's vehicle the evening of
that same Monday, parked at the Canton Wal-Mart. Asked if
surveillance cameras covering the lot had captured images of the
vehicle's driver, King said he would not comment on the facts of the
investigation.
King said police still have no suspects or persons of
interest in the case. The reward, he said, seeking new information in
the case, was recently upped from $5,000 originally put forward by
the Sund/Carrington Foundation of California.
A local benefactor added $100,000 to that amount. "That came
from a friend of the family who wishes to remain anonymous," King
said.
Investigation of the case has been shifted to the Georgia
Bureau of Investigation, King said. "We suspect that it is more than
just a missing person," King said. Given her prior pattern, King
explained, it would be out of character for Sue Ann Ray to be out of
communication with her family.
Because the case spans three jurisdictions [Cherokee County, Woodstock City, Pickens County], it is best for the GBI to be in
charge of the case, King said, since that agency's authority crosses
county and city boundaries.
"We've asked the GBI to take the lead in the investigation,"
King said. "We will be here and assist them."
Anyone with information pertinent to the case is asked to
contact one of the following agencies:
GBI -- 1-888-233-5680
Woodstock Police 770-294-7231
Pickens County Sheriff 706-253-8900.

Further information relating to the Sue Ann Ray missing
person case is accessible on the internet at:
www.findsueann.org
http://www.pickensprogress.com/rewardsueann.htm
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xx Police seek leads on missing Woodstock mom
« Reply #23 on: Oct 13th, 2005, 10:09pm »

By DON PLUMMER, CLINT WILLIAMS
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Published on: 10/14/05


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A flurry of cellphone calls placed about the time Sueann Ray disappeared six weeks ago is one of many avenues police are exploring as they seek to solve the mysterious disappearance of the 26-year-old Woodstock mother.

The review of calls between her estranged husband, Quinton Ray, and his family are among a number of police activities that have come to light since the case fell under a national spotlight over the weekend when her friend and family posted a $105,000 reward.

"We have looked at the cellphone records of Quinton Ray and others and we continue to look into cellphone records," Woodstock police Sgt. Dan King said Thursday. While acknowledging that many phone calls were placed between Quinton Ray and his family in a short time, King declined to detail their number or scope.

King said detectives have talked with "a dozen or so witnesses, friends, family," but he declined to name any as suspects.

"We have a few people that we're looking at," he said.

Investigators this week revealed other new activity in the case.

Since Sueann Ray's minivan was found abandoned Aug. 29 in a Canton Wal-Mart parking lot, search-dog teams contacted by her family have twice been flown in from as far away as Maine to seek clues to the disappearance. Though the teams searched the Pickens County home of Quinton Ray with a search warrant, his parents would not allow them on their property, Monica Caison, the head of the volunteer search teams, said. A Pickens County judge has sealed the results of the search on Quinton Ray's place.

Also, videotape surveillance of the Wal-Mart and its parking lot yielded information about Ray, though police are mum on specifics. "We've seen the video and we know what's there, and we don't want to comment on it," King said.

Search teams flown in

Search teams first flew to metro Atlanta two days after Ray's van was found to look around the Wal-Mart on Riverstone Parkway in Canton, said Caison, founder of the CUE Center for Missing Persons in Wilmington, N.C. The teams returned in mid-September to search areas Ray visited just before her disappearance.

Police will not say what evidence was seized. Asking a judge to seal a search warrant is an action police sometimes take when revealing what has been taken might jeopardize their investigation, said Cobb County Chief Assistant District Attorney Tom Weathers, who is not involved in the case.

Ray had arranged to visit her husband, a mechanic, to get some work done on her car Friday, Aug. 26, police say. Quinton Ray told police he last saw his wife that day after working on her car, and she was planning to leave from there to visit her father for the weekend in Augusta, Quinton Ray's attorney, David Cannon Sr., said.

Her father, Danny Jenkins, said Sueann Ray tentatively planned to visit, but when she didn't arrive, he assumed she simply changed her mind. He said she planned to visit her 6-year-old daughter, Charity, who was spending time at Quinton Ray's parents' house that Friday.

Sueann Ray has not been seen or heard from since leaving Quinton Ray's home near Jasper, police said.

Reward grows

Since then, in addition to searching for Ray, investigators have been poring over cellphone records and surveillance tapes.

Sueann's sister, Sandy Chasm, said she and Jenkins traveled to Cherokee County from their homes in Augusta over the weekend to conduct searches and have returned to Atlanta almost daily this week for appearances on several cable news shows.

Detectives have seen an increase in the number of tips since last week when the reward in Ray's disappearance grew to $105,000 after a $100,000 gift by an anonymous "friend of the family," King said.

"We continue to follow every lead that comes in, even if it comes from a crazy person," he said.

King wouldn't say if there has been any activity on credit cards or ATM cards held by Sueann Ray. But on Saturday, Chasm said her sister did not have credit cards and had not received an ATM card for a newly opened bank account. Ray's cellphone has not been used since she disappeared, King said Saturday.

Quinton Ray declined to comment on the investigation. His attorney said Ray filed a missing-person report and has "fully and completely cooperated" with police.

"He hopes that his wife and the mother of their child will be found soon," Cannon said.
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« Reply #24 on: Oct 14th, 2005, 07:41am »

Authorities examine cell phone calls of missing woman

The Associated Press - WOODSTOCK, Ga.

Authorities are examing cell phone calls placed about the time a Woodstock woman disappeared six weeks ago.

Family members and an anonymous family friend have posted a 105,000-reward as authorities continue to search for 26-year-old Sueann Ray.

Woodstock Police Sergeant Dan King said yesterday that police are reviewing calls between her estranged husband -- Quinton Ray -- and his family.

King says detectives have talked with a dozen or so witnesses, including friends and family. Police have NOT named any suspects.

Ray's minivan was found abandoned August 29th in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart in Canton.

Search-dog teams secured by the woman's family have twice searched Quinton Ray's home near Jasper in Pickens County -- the place Ray was last seen.

A Pickens County judge has sealed the results of the search.

Police say Ray had arranged to visit her husband -- a mechanic -- to get work done on her car on August 26th. Quinton Ray told police he last saw his wife that day after working on her car and that she planned to visit her father for the weekend in Augusta.
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xx Re: Sue Ann Ray - August 26, 2005 - GA
« Reply #25 on: Oct 17th, 2005, 8:12pm »

On Tuesday, October 18, 2005 beginning @ 10 PM EST on your MSNBC Network,
Joe Scarborough will feature SueAnn Ray's case.

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« Reply #26 on: Oct 18th, 2005, 5:52pm »

We've been moved back till tomorrow night for the Joe Show.

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xx Man seeks missing daughter
« Reply #27 on: Oct 19th, 2005, 05:47am »

By Kate Lewis


For a family to experience the anguish of wondering what has become of one missing relative is hell on earth.

The suffering is magnified tenfold, however, when the family must deal with another blow - a second young woman, in the prime of her life, vanishes without a trace.

That's the reality for Augusta resident Danny Jenkins, who three months ago was helping his sister contact national media outlets to help find her missing daughter, Heather Teague, a 23-year-old abducted from a Kentucky beach 10 years ago.

The case has not been solved.

Now Mr. Jenkins, 50, has national television shows contacting him. He has appeared on several, including CNN's Nancy Grace and FOX's On the Record with Greta Van Susteren to plead for help in the case of his missing daughter, 26-year-old Sueann Ray.

In a horrible coincidence, Mrs. Ray was last seen in Jasper, Ga., on Aug. 26, the 10th anniversary of her cousin Heather's disappearance.

"I don't know how she's done it for 10 years because I assure you, I can't go 10 years without some answers," Mr. Jenkins said of sister Sarah Teague's decade-long search.

Ms. Teague is as dumbstruck as her brother about the odds of two close relatives vanishing - to the day - 10 years apart.

"You never hear of two family members disappearing, but for both of them to be gone on the same date, I can't even think of a word to describe it," said Ms. Teague, when reached by phone at her Madisonville, Ky., home Tuesday.

Sleep is hard to come by for Mr. Jenkins, who now carries an 8-by-11-inch framed photo of his missing daughter everywhere. He and his younger daughter, Sandy Chasm, moved from Canton, Ga., to Augusta about six years ago, after his wife was killed in a car accident.

Sueann stayed in Canton - north of Atlanta - and married her high school sweetheart, Quinton Ray, he said.

At the time of her disappearance, Mrs. Ray lived apart from her husband in Woodstock, Ga., with their 6-year-old daughter, Charity, Mr. Jenkins said.

Mr. Ray told authorities he last saw his wife Aug. 26, when she took her minivan to his home to have him replace some coolant in the radiator before driving to Augusta to visit her father, said Mr. Ray's attorney, David S. Cannon Sr.

Then something went terribly wrong, Mr. Jenkins said.

"Something violent happened that night." he said. "We know it. And all I want is my daughter back."

After discovering his wife had not arrived in Augusta and had not contacted family members all weekend, Mr. Ray's attorney said his client filed a missing persons report with the police Aug. 29.

Their child, who had spent that weekend with Mr. Ray and his relatives, is now staying with friends, according to Mr. Jenkins.

The fact that Mrs. Ray did not call her sister that weekend is disturbing because the two talked at least twice a day, Mr. Jenkins said.

Even more disturbing is that Mrs. Ray's abandoned minivan was found in a Wal-Mart parking lot in Canton on Aug. 29, Mr. Jenkins said.

Mr. Cannon said his client, Mr. Ray, knows nothing about his wife's disappearance and has cooperated fully with police. He just wants his wife and the mother of his daughter found alive, Mr. Cannon said.

"The fact that it's getting some publicity may have some benefit in trying to locate her," he said.

Mr. Jenkins has offered a $105,000 reward for information about his daughter's disappearance.

Anyone with information about the disappearance of Sueann Ray is asked to call Sgt. Dan King at the Woodstock Police Department at (770) 294-7231 or the GBI's tip line at (800) 597-TIPS

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« Reply #28 on: Nov 3rd, 2005, 6:26pm »

There was a lot of running around in the days leading up to the show’s launch: five airports in three days to be exact. I've been working with two At Large teams to take you along with me on the investigation into two key stories you will see this week on the program.

My first mission of the weekend was to get from New York to Atlanta on Saturday morning. We are looking into the case of a missing 26-year-old mother, SueAnn Ray. The petite blonde vanished August 26th after heading to the home of her estranged husband Quinton Ray.

SueAnn was last seen alive on surveillance cameras at a local Wal-Mart that Friday. Three days later her minivan was found in the same parking lot, backed into a corner parking space at the far end of the lot. The parking job left the back license plate hidden from view (and from cameras in the lot), and looked like it had been cleaned out -- significant pieces of the puzzle in the case.

We went to check out the space with our cameras, and then we went to Quinton's house to see if we could get more information. He says that SueAnn came to his house to have him look at her car, then left about an hour later. Her family thinks otherwise. They told me that they think he killed her and disposed of her body.

To give you some background, Quinton has made "terroristic threats" against a man he thought SueAnn was having an affair with, and was arrested for doing so a few days after his wife disappeared. He also has a couple of domestic violence police reports in his file as well.

Quinton hasn't talked to many people about this, but he talked to me at length. He first slammed the door in my face when we showed up, but after waiting for a while in front of his house, he agreed to talk to me. I was in his house, where he played me answering machine messages from SueAnn, showed me pictures of her, and even took me for a ride in his car to his mother's house to show me letters from SueAnn that HE THINKS provide clues to her disappearance. He is very charming in person, offering water to me and my crew, and explaining how much he loved her. However, he also revealed that he was very angry with her for "foolin' around on him."

I also had an in-depth interview with SueAnn’s father and sister the next day in Augusta, and I told them about my conversation with Quinton ó they were not pleased with what he told me and had a pretty strong reaction. This is videotape you will see NOWHERE else! We plan on doing the story from Atlanta on Thursday.

After the interview with SueAnn's family it was off to Houston, Texas to talk to the son of a woman who was on the Hurricane Rita "burning bus." You might remember seeing the busload of elderly evacuees burn to the ground on a freeway right before our eyes on television. It was one of the most horrific things that played out live on national TV. Twenty-three people died from the fire and over a dozen were severely injured. Who should be held accountable?

When I interviewed the victim's son, he told me that when he was watching the incident on TV, he had been told that his mom had been taken out of the area on a helicopter. He was relieved ó then he got a call. His mother was on the bus, and he was watching her burn alive on TV. On my way to Dallas, Texas the next morning to interview the Dallas County Sheriff Sgt. in charge of the investigation, my traveling team hit a snag ó a big one. We were trapped on a plane leaving Houston because there was a thunderstorm over Dallas, and our plane was grounded on the tarmac. This was yesterday ó show premiere day! I was supposed to be on the show to introduce the report I had built about sex offenders on the loose after Hurricane Katrina. As the hours clicked away and we sat on the runway, I realized it wasn't going to happen. I asked the flight attendants to ask the captain to get us "air stairs" so we could get off the plane and get on the air from Houston, but that didn't happen. As some of us paced in the back of the plane, I could hear moms talking about their desperation to get home in time to take their kids trick-or-treating because it was Halloween night. I knew we were getting deeper into trouble with time when I overheard the flight attendants whisper, "let's get the delay tape ready." We were all treated to a bunch of episodes of the "King of Queens."

Hopefully the travel woes are behind us! I hope you tune in for these intriguing stories this week ó I can't wait to share them!

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« Reply #29 on: Nov 9th, 2005, 5:01pm »

We just received word today that America's Most Wanted will be doing a segment regarding Sueann's disappearance. We do not have an air date yet but it is in the near future. We are also planning yet another vigil for Sueann.
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