Thursday, June 2, 2011
Investigators continue to seek clues in case of young mother, college student.
For the past three and half months, investigators have worked long hours, occasionally releasing new photos, to determine the whereabouts of Bethany Anne Decker, an Ashburn mother and college student who has a second child on the way. Hope remains that the young woman will one day call her young son or her mother and say she’s alright, but such hopes fades with each passing day. She was approximately five months pregnant when she disappeared, meaning she should have just about reached full term by now. Neither the cell phone known to be hers nor any of her credit cards have been used since she was last seen Jan. 29. Investigators have not released specific details about Decker’s cell phone or credit cards, such as where and when they were …
Friday, March 25, 2011
Investigators seek new leads in case of Ashburn woman missing since January.
Nearly two months after Bethany Anne Decker disappeared, seemingly without a trace, investigators seeking leads about the pregnant mother’s whereabouts conducted yet another search of an area near the Ashburn apartment where she lived with a man described as her boyfriend. Sheriff Stephen O. Simpson, who was at the scene March 24, said he continues to hold out hope that Decker is just taking some time to herself, but acknowledged that such optimism fades with each passing day. “We’re hoping, obviously, to find her alive and well someplace,” he said, pointing out that it’s not even clear whether Decker left of her own volition. “Technically, this is a missing person case at this time,” Simpson said. “We don’t have evidence of foul play, but…
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Investigators continue searching for clues to help find Ashburn woman missing since January.
Authorities last week searched the home of a Centreville man identified as the last person to see missing mother Bethany Anne Decker before she disappeared at the end of January. The results were revealed this morning. Despite the search and previously not revealing that Decker had a boyfriend, investigators continue to stress that no suspects have been identified, nor has evidence of a crime been found. "There are no suspects because we don't necessarily have a particular crime we are dealing with," said Investigator Vince DiBenedetto, a spokesman for the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. Everyone involved is considered a witness at this point, not a suspect, he said. He also said the boyfriend, Ronald Roldan, is cooperating with …
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Investigators seek leads in the disappearance of a young wife whose husband is serving in Afghanistan.
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Tuesday, March 1, 2011
An Ashburn woman believed to be about 5 months pregnant is missing authorities are looking for any potential leads, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. Bethany Anne Decker, 21, was last seen Jan. 29, according to the Sheriff’s Office, which based it’s information on statements made by witnesses, including family members. After repeated attempts to contact her, family members reported the disappearance to the Sheriffs Office on Feb. 19. Decker is white, with brown hair and brown eyes. She’s about 4-foot-11 and weighs about 130 pounds. Her last known address is an apartment on Orchard Grass Terrace in Ashburn, where her vehicle was located. She has family living in the Fredericksburg area. Mrs. Decker’s husband is with the U.S…