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« Thread started on: Dec 21st, 2004, 07:14am »

The family of a missing woman asked for the public's help in their search Monday.

Leslie Beebe, 26, a local nurse went missing a week ago at the Derby Sports Grille in Alpharetta, Ga., just blocks away from the home she shares with her sister in Roswell.

“They say she was in and out 5-10 minutes, said hello to some friends, and then left,” said her sister Crystal Culmony. “She’s disappeared and we want her home.”

She did not show up for work the next day. Authorities say her credit card and bank account have gone untouched.

She is described as standing 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing 140 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes.

She was last seen wearing magenta hospital scrubs and white nurse’s shoes. She was driving a silver 2000 Volkswagen Jetta with Georgia tag AGY 9412.

Beebe was expecting to fly to upstate New York to visit family for the holidays.

Anyone with information is being asked to call Roswell police at (770) 640-4397.

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« Reply #1 on: Dec 21st, 2004, 1:40pm »

A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the safe return of a missing 26-year-old woman from Roswell, Ga.

Leslie Beebe disappeared eight days ago. Her family says it’s not like here to be gone for long without telling anyone.

Her mother, Jennifer Beebe, said that while she knows such scary incidents happen to families every day, she never thought it would happen to hers.

“I just can’t imagine how she just disappeared and no one knows where she is,” she said.

Police say Leslie was last seen walking into the Derby Sports Grille at Nesbit Ferry and Old Alabama roads on the Monday before last. She wore magenta-colored hospital scrubs and a pair of white shoes, the uniform for her nursing job.

“They say she was in and out 5-10 minutes, said hello to some friends, and then left,” said her sister, Crystal Culmony.

But, she didn’t show up for work on the next day, and hasn’t picked up her paycheck or used her credit cards since that day. Her car – a silver-colored 2000 Volkswagen Jetta – has not been seen either, police said.

Jennifer lived with Culmoney, only a few blocks away from the Derby. Culmoney said Jennifer always kept in touch.

"If she could be here, she’d call. She’d just…," she said in obvious frustration and sadness.

Leslie’s family says the missing woman looked forward to traveling to upstate New York to share Christmas with her other relatives. Now, they have traveled to Roswell, where they keep hope and pray for any sign of her.

Leslie Beebe said, “We love one another and we care about one another and we try to protect one another. You never think that something like this will happen."

“She’s disappeared and we want her home, we want her found.”

Leslie is described as standing 5-feet 7 inches tall and weighing 140 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 22nd, 2004, 07:02am »

An autopsy was planned for later today for a woman whose body was found inside a car in Sandy Springs.

The Fulton County Medical Examiner's office would not confirm television and radio reports that the body was that of Leslie M. Beebe, a 26-year-old Roswell nurse missing for a week.

Residents on Forestwood Lane discovered the body about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday inside a silver Volkswagen Jetta matching the description of Beebe's car.

Beebe, 26, was last seen about 1 a.m. on Dec. 14 as she left The Derby sports bar off Nesbitt Ferry Road in Alpharetta. Her family had offered a $10,000 reward for information on her whereabouts.

"The family is concerned because she normally calls in," said Roswell police Sgt. Frances Watson. "She had not called in to work."

Beebe worked for a private nursing company.
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xx Family: Missing Roswell Woman Dead
« Reply #3 on: Dec 22nd, 2004, 09:14am »

Family: Missing Roswell Woman Dead

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The eight-day search for a missing Roswell, Ga., woman ended late Tuesday when a young woman's body turned up in front of a home in Sandy Springs.

Fulton County police say a homeowner called them about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday to report noticing a woman slumped over the steering wheel of a silver car parked in front of his house on Forestwood Lane. Officers went out to the scene and discovered a dead woman in a silver-colored Volkswagen Jetta.

Police say the car may have been parked in front of the North Fulton County home since last Sunday, at least.

“Actually, it’s right next to the sidewalk of the home in the street,” said Fulton police officer Gary Syblis.

While police told 11Alive’s Paul Crawley they had determined the identity of the woman, they did not say it was 26-year-old Jennifer Beebe. Her sister, however, told 11Alive it was Beebe, who disappeared the Monday before last.

The woman’s body and the car fit the description of Beebe, who worked as a nurse in Roswell and was last seen going into the Derby Sports Grille, located at the corner of Old Alabama and Nesbit Ferry roads.

Fulton County detectives could release more details regarding their discovery later Wednesday. Meanwhile, an autopsy will be conducted to determine the exact cause of death and, perhaps, whether foul play was involved.
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« Reply #4 on: Dec 22nd, 2004, 11:00pm »

Authorities said they don't know what killed a 26-year-old woman whose body was found Tuesday in her car in a Sandy Springs subdivision.

An autopsy Wednesday by the Fulton County medical examiner's office did not reveal any obvious causes of Leslie Beebe's death, and police are awaiting the results of toxicology tests to provide more clues about how Beebe died.
For now, however, Fulton County police are investigating the case as a homicide, but have no suspects and no motive.

The death of Beebe, a nurse living in Roswell, has her friends reeling.

Jessica Seibert, 20, a Savannah transplant, said she had been hoping that Beebe would be found alive and well after her disappearance on Dec. 14.

She met Beebe after being in Atlanta for just a few weeks. She was living with a friend but wanted to move out. Beebe suggested she move into her apartment. It didn't happen, but Seibert was grateful.

"She was very sweet," Seibert said. "We talked about the two of us having a place together. She was very trusting, and that concerned me."

Beebe was a fun-loving woman who liked rhythm and blues, rap, and rock 'n' roll music, Seibert said.

"She liked to sing and be goofy," Seibert said.

Beebe worked as a licensed practical nurse at Mariner Health of Northeast Atlanta nursing home. A spokeswoman from the nursing home's headquarters in Texas described Beebe as a valued employee who will be missed.

Beebe often would stop in the Derby sports bar after work to socialize and shoot pool, said Beverly "Smokie" Paris, the general manager.

"She would come in her scrubs," Paris said, referring to the cotton outfits that nurses and doctors often wear. "She had a few friends she drank with. She never gave anybody any problems. She gave everybody hugs when she came in."

On the Monday night when she was last seen by friends, Beebe came into the Derby, walked around like she was looking for someone and left, Paris said. "She was here about five minutes," she said.

Paris said the bar, located on Nesbitt Ferry Road, is a safe place and has never had problems.

Beebe lived with her sister in Roswell. When she disappeared Dec. 14, several family members from New York came to Atlanta to search for her, and even rented a helicopter to search for her car.

But it was a stranger who found Beebe, slumped in a silver Volkswagen Jetta.

James Bailey of Sandy Springs saw the car Tuesday night parked near a subdivision's cul-de-sac.

Neighbors said the car wasn't there during the weekend.

"It wasn't there Monday," said Lynn Mahovsky, 50, who lives across the street from where the car was found.

Mahovsky said she was shocked that a body was found near her home, but said she's not scared. Her husband, Joe Mahovsky, 50, agreed, saying that if Beebe had been murdered he doubts that the killer would live anywhere around the neighborhood.

"If I was a crook, why would I leave a body in my own back yard?" he asked.
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« Reply #5 on: Dec 23rd, 2004, 11:30pm »

Fulton County police kept a tight lid Thursday on information about the investigation of what they call the "suspicious death" of a Roswell nurse.

The body of Leslie Beebe, 26, was found slumped down in her car Tuesday morning, a week after she was last seen leaving an Alpharetta sports bar.
Police will not say whether they are searching for a killer or suspect foul play. An autopsy Wednesday revealed "no obvious manner or means" of death, said Capt. Cal Latham.

Latham said homicide detectives want to know more about Beebe's whereabouts during the week and whether she ingested something that could have caused death.

He would not say how long she had been dead or whether anyone reported seeing her silver Volkswagen Jetta after she had left the Derby sports bar about 1 a.m. Dec. 14.

Beebe's family publicized the disappearance during the week, distributing fliers, posting a reward offer and renting a helicopter for an aerial search.

Her body was found out of view from passers-by along a residential street near the nursing home where she worked.

"The car was out there about a week," said James Bailey, who lives in a house across the street from the parking spot. He found the body and called police.

"I assumed the car was with the neighbors," Bailey said Thursday. "My assumption is that she was in the car the whole time" after her disappearance.

Stacy Smith, who lived in a house with Beebe and her sister near the Country Club of Roswell, said it was unusual for Beebe not to check in. "We knew something was wrong because she would never not call us," Smith said.

Maria Melissovas, whose elderly mother was a patient of Beebe's at Mariner Health of Northeast Atlanta, praised Beebe as a caring nurse. "She showed a real human compassion toward her patients," Melissovas said.

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« Reply #6 on: Dec 30th, 2004, 07:08am »

Police in Fulton County, Ga. are investigating the death of Leslie Beebe, 26, formerly of Copake, who was found dead in her car on Dec. 22.
According to Officer Gary Syblis of the Fulton County Police Department, the death is being labeled "suspicious."
"Right now, tests are being done and we are waiting for toxicology reports from the medical examiners office," he said.
However, according to a statement released from the medical examiner's office at press time, there is no apparent cause attributed to Beebe's death.
"The postmortem examination of Leslie Beebe, who was found dead near Forestwood Lane, does not show an obvious cause of death," the statement said.
"Further investigation of circumstances, including toxicology testing, will be performed. No further information will be available for release until these procedures are completed, which may take several weeks or more," the medical examiner's statement said.
Syblis said there was evidence of trauma found on Beebe's neck, but the medical examiner had ruled it out as the cause of death.
Beebe, who lived in Roswell County, was found dead behind the steering wheel of her car.
The officer said police were notified by a neighbor who noticed the vehicle, a 2000 silver Volkswagen Jetta, parked close to his home and investigated.
"When he saw the white female slumped over the steering wheel, he notified police," said Syblis. "Officers then arrived and found the body."
Police said Beebe was last seen at about 1 a.m. on Dec. 14 as she left a sports bar, named "The Derby," in Alpharetta.
During the time she was missing, her family in the Dover and Copake areas had offered a $10,000 reward for information on her whereabouts.
Beebe's family learned she was missing when she failed to checked in at her job at a private nursing company in Georgia.
Beebe's sister, Crystal, said the police had asked the family not to make any comments to the media until the investigation had been concluded.
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xx Memorial service to honor memory of Leslie Beebe
« Reply #7 on: Jan 7th, 2005, 05:59am »

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A memorial service will be held for former Copake resident Leslie Margaret Beebe, 26, of Roswell, Ga., today at 1 p.m. at Millerton's First Presbyterian Church at 58 Main St.
Beebe, born in Sharon, Conn. and a 1996 graduate of Taconic Hills Central High School, in Columbia County, moved to Georgia in 2001 to be closer to her sister, Crystal Culmone.
"Leslie was a beautiful person," said her stepmother, Arlene Beebe.
"Friends and family remember Leslie as a person who loved everyone she met," according to a family statement released by McDonald and Son Funeral Home in Cumming, Ga.
"Leslie took the time to recognize the beauty in the world around her," said the statement. "She loved life, was always smiling and became a friend to everyone she encountered," it said.
Beebe loved the outdoors, dancing, singing and being with her family and friends.
"Young and carefree, Leslie was a true joy and gift," said the statement.
After high school, Beebe attended the Questar Nursing Program in Hudson, where she was remembered for her compassion toward her patients.
Beebe was preceded in death by her sister, Renee Beebe, of Schodack.
Survivors include her mother, Jennifer Beebe of Hillsdale; father and stepmother Robert and Arlene Beebe of Dover Plains; grandmother Frances Collins of Largo, Fla.; sisters Crystal Culmone of Roswell, Ga., and Kelly Beebe of Dover Plains; brother Robert Beebe III of Dover Plains; nieces Hailey and Raeanna Culmone and Samantha Beebe; nephews Chase Beebe and Jacob Culmone; and several aunts and uncles.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office is still in the process of determining the nature of Beebe's death. She was found dead in her car by a neighbor two weeks ago.
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« Reply #8 on: Jan 9th, 2005, 06:26am »

I live in Roswell, GA, and have taken notice of Leslie's case from the time she disappeared. And I find it strange that the investigation into her disappearance and death is so quiet. In part, here, it may seem more so because Jennifer Corbin's murder is so prominent, even in the national news, making it seem more like Leslie's death is being ignored than it actually is. I am glad to finally find a forum that has a thread tracking progress - or the lack of progress - in finding out what happened to this woman.

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on Jan 9th, 2005, 06:26am, SteveHuff wrote:
I live in Roswell, GA, and have taken notice of Leslie's case from the time she disappeared. And I find it strange that the investigation into her disappearance and death is so quiet. In part, here, it may seem more so because Jennifer Corbin's murder is so prominent, even in the national news, making it seem more like Leslie's death is being ignored than it actually is. I am glad to finally find a forum that has a thread tracking progress - or the lack of progress - in finding out what happened to this woman.

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I am not far from where you live and we watched Leslie's case very closely. I wonder what happened to her because I do not think she died of natural causes. This board tries to specialize in those no-so-popular cases because I feel it's important to give these people a voice. I'm real glad you joined the board and I hope that you will continue to participate in some of our chats about the local ladies.

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« Reply #10 on: Jan 10th, 2005, 05:46am »

I was glad to hear you state as much about the lesser known cases specifically. I've written a new blog entry at my crime blog that I ask anyone reading this to check out, because it deals with both the Corbin case and Leslie Beebe. In part, I need others' eyes as to my logic, because I not only did some reporting and breaking down of known facts, but also drew some conclusions...admittedly they are not expressed openly, due to legalities, but still, I want to see if others think the same thing after reading what I've said.

I will mention something from the entry right here; there's a discrepancy between what two witnesses to the finding of Leslie's body say. One, James Bailey, says Leslie's body was parked in the Sandy Springs neighborhood all week. The other, Lynn Mahovsky, says the car was not there on Dec.20, the day before it was called in.

Mr. Bailey is the person who called the police. I'd like someone else to check this and tell me if they see the same discrepancy. That said, my entry I'm referring to is linked below, directly.

http://www.planethuff.com/darkside/archives/true_crime_disappearances/index.html#a000472

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« Reply #11 on: Jan 10th, 2005, 10:33am »

on Jan 10th, 2005, 05:46am, SteveHuff wrote:
I was glad to hear you state as much about the lesser known cases specifically. I've written a new blog entry at my crime blog that I ask anyone reading this to check out, because it deals with both the Corbin case and Leslie Beebe. In part, I need others' eyes as to my logic, because I not only did some reporting and breaking down of known facts, but also drew some conclusions...admittedly they are not expressed openly, due to legalities, but still, I want to see if others think the same thing after reading what I've said.

I will mention something from the entry right here; there's a discrepancy between what two witnesses to the finding of Leslie's body say. One, James Bailey, says Leslie's body was parked in the Sandy Springs neighborhood all week. The other, Lynn Mahovsky, says the car was not there on Dec.20, the day before it was called in.

Mr. Bailey is the person who called the police. I'd like someone else to check this and tell me if they see the same discrepancy. That said, my entry I'm referring to is linked below, directly.

http://www.planethuff.com/darkside/archives/true_crime_disappearances/index.html#a000472

I am the proud father of 4, and have a stepchild who makes 5. If something ever happened to one of them, I'd never want anyone to forget it.

Thank you for the warm welcome.

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Steve, I read over your page you had posted. I understand your frustration with why some cases get national attention, while others do not. Sometimes I think it is because of their social economic backgrounds, but sometimes I just dont know. I feel like there are many strange parts to BeeBe's case in particular. I am disappointed at the fact the media has just dropped this story completely. The problem with the media is that after about a week, the story becomes stale and there is always something new happening that needs to be reported. This is where small websites and others keep the storying going. I try to specialize in long term missing or unsolved because those are the ones who have lost the interest of the general public however, their family still thinks about it each day just like the media was that first week it was going on. Once again, thank-you for coming on and posting with us. Feel free to chat on other threads.
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« Reply #12 on: Jan 13th, 2005, 07:22am »

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If the weather was any indication on Jan. 6, even the heavens were crying for Leslie Beebe on a rainy gray day.
More than 200 family members and friends met at the Presbyterian Church to honor the memory of Beebe, who at 26 died in Georgia from causes that are still to be determined.
Beebe, a 1996 graduate of Taconic Hills High School, had family roots in the Harlem Valley.
"Leslie's heart was always here. My daughter's spirit is all over this place," said her mother, Jennifer Beebe.
"She was beautiful," said her father, Robert Beebe. "I was lucky to have had her as long as I did. I will cherish every moment of her life."
"She was fun," said her aunt, Sharon Collin-Fretwell. "She was a happy girl who loved life and lived it to the fullest."
"She was a beautiful person," said her stepmother, Arlene Beebe.
Robert and Arlene Beebe thanked the community for its support.
"Everyone has been so warm and caring," said Arlene. "The outpouring of love has been amazing. It is truly in her spirit because that's the way Leslie was."
"I want to thank everyone," agreed Crystal Culmone, Leslie's sister.
"Thank you to the community of people we live in and to everyone who came here today and to those who keep us in their prayers," said brother, Bobby Beebe.
"I want to thank the community, this wonderful place I live in," said Jennifer.
"She was an absolute light to everyone. She was an amazing person and everyone will miss her terribly," said Crystal, who said Leslie moved to Georgia to be closer to her and her children and to help her recover from Lyme disease.
"My kids adored her," said Crystal. "She was mischievous, fun and adventurous. She was the aunt all the children loved."
"She was a sweetheart," said family friend Gary Hoffman. "She would do anything for anybody."
"She always danced to the beat of her own drum," said Sabrina Romano, who knew Leslie since she was 18. "She was such a free spirit."
"She was happy-go-lucky," said Eric Still, another family friend. "She didn't have a care in the world. She was a friend to everyone."
"She was fun and spontaneous and full of laughter," said Eve Still, who knew Leslie for 24 years.
"If you were ever down, she would make you feel good," said Kathy Elmendorf, who knew Leslie for 15 years.
"She was free spirited and caring," said Bobby Beebe. "She was very likeable, trusting, non-judgmental and very warm hearted."
"We used to sing together," said neighbor Jason Falkner. "She was my best friend, but everyone was Leslie's best friend. She was the healing bond who tied us together. She made magic happen."
Jennifer said Leslie loved the mountains and streams and loved to hike, noting that Leslie especially loved Bash Bish Falls in Mt. Washington, Mass.
"It was her home sweet home," said Leslie's mother.
Jennifer said Leslie loved everyone.
"She didn't have a prejudiced bone in her body," said Jennifer. "She was the essence of unconditional love."
Jennifer said she loved to hear her daughter sing.
"She had an angelic voice," she said. "She could do a mean Janis Joplin. And she was always dancing. She was our entertainment committee."
Jennifer said Leslie was always active and loved to play.
"She never lost the ability to play," she said. "She taught us how to love and laugh. She was a blessing and a gift."
"Leslie knew how to run through the woods and play with elves," said Aunt JoAnn Collins. "I will always think of her when I see fireflies in the summer time."
Collins told a story of babysitting Leslie when she was an infant.
"I picked up this little child and I knew she was special," said JoAnn. "She was magical and had the ability to sprinkle fairy dust on everyone she met."
JoAnn said Leslie's death has left a void in the hearts of those who knew her.
"Sometimes it feels as if my heart is so heavy," said JoAnn. "But Leslie is light to me. She is out there somewhere, dancing."
"Leslie was one of those people who didn't need water to swim in or music to dance to," said friend Ashley Christian Silvernail. "She created a universe of her own. She was born with a gift to make others feel cheerful. I will never forget her. She will live forever in the people she met."
"Leslie liked tattoos," said Crystal, to knowing laughter in the crowd. "She wanted desperately to have wings tattooed on her back. I believe she has those wings now."
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« Reply #13 on: Feb 3rd, 2005, 05:52am »

The family of Leslie BeeBe will be holding a press conference today around 1 p.m. EST about Leslie's death. More information posted as it becomes available.

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It's been a month since a 26-year-old nurse was found dead behind the wheel of her car. Fulton County police say the case is at a dead end. The victim’s family Thursday set up a tip line and pleaded for help to help solve her murder.

Leslie Beebe's body was found in Sandy Springs last month inside her Volkswagen Jetta a week after she and her car had disappeared

Leslie had stopped into one of her favorite hangouts, the Derby Sports Grille, at Old Alabama and Nesbitt Ferry roads, not far from her home.

“She just walked in the door, she walked around like she was looking for someone, and she left. And normally she'd stay and play a game of pool or something, but she was in there five minutes and walked out the door,” said Smokie Paris, who manages the restaurant.

A week later, Leslie's body was found inside her car in a Sandy Springs neighborhood off of Roswell Road.

The driving distance from the bar to the neighborhood is about 10 or 11 miles, depending on the route. As far as anyone can determine, Leslie never knew anyone anywhere near the neighborhood nor was it a neighborhood she was ever known to visit.

So why her body and car were found there is one of the mysteries. Police are treating the case as a homicide, but they're not sure how she died.

The family issued a plea for help today.

“If anybody has any information at all about my daughter's disappearance, or what happened to her, please call. Please. Please help us,” said Jennifer Beebe, the teen’s mother.

“You don't have to leave a name, you don't have to leave a number. Just call,” added Leslie’s sister, Crystal Culmone.

The tip line is (404) 702-7716.
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