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Search for Kathy Gillham Continues

Humboldt Resident Still Mysteriously Missing

 

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Humboldt Sentinel

 

From the HCSO:

The Humboldt County Sheriffs Office is continuing to search for Katherine “Kathy” Gillham who is considered a high-risk missing person.

Sheriff’s Office Detectives continue to follow up on leads and consider this case a high priority.  Her disappearance is considered suspicious and out of character.  The Sheriff’s Office requests citizens continue to look for her vehicle– and call 911 if they see it.

Her vehicle is a 2004 Charcoal Gray Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV, California license plate # 6UXE841.

Ms. Gillham is believed to have traveled State Route Highway 199 from Grants Pass, Oregon, to U.S. Highway 101 and Big Lagoon in Humboldt County; however this area has been checked from both the air and ground at least twice by law enforcement and volunteers without results.

Katherine Gillham is 40 years old, a Native American female, 5 feet and 4 inches tall, about 200 lbs, with brown eyes and brown hair.

She has been missing since June 11, 2012.  Previous reports indicated Gillham was in the Elk Valley Casino in Crescent City on that day from 2:30 to 2:56 a.m.  Family  members viewing casino video footage of Gillham confirmed it was her.  After leaving the casino, Ms. Gilham was never seen again.

Anyone with information for the Sheriffs Office regarding this case can call:

  • Detectives Franco 707-268-3644
  • Detective Schlesiger 707-268-3642
  • or the Sheriffs Office Crime Tip line at 707-268-2539.

Anonymous information may also be left on the Crime Tip line, the HCSO said.

Please see this:   Kathy Gillham Poster and $5,000 Reward: 06.21.2012

(Posted by Skippy Massey)

2 Responses to “Search for Kathy Gillham Continues”

  1. Skippy says:

    We hope you are sincere in this request and your heart is in the right place given the unusual website address. This is about one of our community members who’s gone missing– and likely subject to foul play. If your request is a spam post to promote your site, then please go elesewhere. Our Sheriff’s Office is investigating the matter as well as Cook and Associates at #(707) 839-7422 or (707)616-4507.

    We don’t have much more to add but you may try here:
    Missing Mother Search Continues

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