Death – Obituaries (MARKET NEWS) : A student of Clark Atlanta University who vanished from her home nine days ago has been discovered dead in a rural Atlanta park, according a statement released by the Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields in a news gathering Friday evening.
Alexis Crawford, 21, was last seen on the night of Oct 30th before she was declared missing by her family members.
Shields said in a news meeting Friday evening that warrants are being given for the capture of Crawford’s flat mate Jordyn Jones, 21 and Jones’ friend Barron Brantley, 21 regarding the young lady’s passing.
UPDATE: Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields provides information on Alexis Crawford case. pic.twitter.com/okWSXl7RRf
— Atlanta Police Dept (@Atlanta_Police) November 8, 2019
The flat mate was the last individual to have reported seeing Crawford alive. Shields likewise said that Crawford recently had reported undesirable kissing and romantic advancement from Barron Brantley. The report against Brantley was filed only 3 days before Crawford was declared missing.
The two Jones and Brantley will soon be charged for murder.
In the last photographs of Crawford seen alive, she was seen inside an alcohol store at 595 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd in southwest Atlanta with a pink sweatshirt on.
The Atlanta University Center mourn her death in a statement they released on social media.
Panther Family, we are devastated by the tragic reports regarding our own Alexis Crawford. We are here for you!
Message from our president, Dr. George T. French Jr. 🐾🐾🐾 pic.twitter.com/tavJVAM1VH
— Clark Atlanta Univ. (@CAU) November 8, 2019
More people paid tribute to her on social media.
Rest In Peace 🕊
Atlanta Police confirmed that missing Clark Atlanta student Alexis Crawford has been found dead.
In a news conference Friday afternoon, Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields said Crawford was found… https://t.co/lruYzseHXw
— Nexxlvlconvo (@nexxlvlconvo) November 8, 2019
@DeborahTuff Thank U4 your Brilliant coverage of Clark Atlanta U Student Alexis Crawford. I had the privilege of meeting Alexis last yr when she heard me speak at nearby Mercer U.
— Dr. Marc Williams (@DrMarcSpitsFire) November 9, 2019