NOVEMBER 29, 2015
MISSING TEENAGER TURNS UP AT LPD OFFICE
A Louisa teenager who went missing for five days and had police on both sides of the Big Sandy looking for her turned herself in Saturday, Louisa Police Chief Greg Fugitt said.
“On November 28, 2015 at 2010 pm the missing/runaway juvenile has been located safe when she turned herself in to Chief Greg Fugitt. We would like to thank everyone for all their assistance in this matter.” Fufitt said in a prepared statement to the Lazer.
Bobbie Sue Clay disappeared on Tuesday evening and a missing persons alert was issued. Fugitt did not give details as to where Ms. Clay had been or if she was held against her will.
He also did not say if any charges will be filed in the incident.
NOVEMBER 26 (THANKSGIVING DAY), 2015
BOBBIE SUE CLAY IS MISSING
16 year old last seen Tuesday in Louisa
Louisa Police Chief Greg Fugitt messaged The Lazer Friday evening at 5:00 pm that Ms. Clay has not been found.
“At this time we are actively following up on tips and leads as they come in,” Fugitt said.
Police in the Louisa/Lawrence County area, along with law enforcement in the Fort Gay/Wayne County area, are searching for a Louisa teenager who was reported missing Tuesday.
Bobbie Sue Clay, age 16 of Louisa, was last seen Tuesday in the area of the Louisa Budget Inn motel
The Louisa Police Department reportedly stated that Bobby Sue Clay is possibly in the Fort Gay, West Virginia area.
Bobbie Sue Clay given description is a 5 foot 5 inches tall; weighing 135 lbs, and that she has long auburn/red hair.
If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Ms. Bobby Sue Clay, please contact the Louisa Police Department at 606-638-4058 or the Kentucky State Police at 800-222-5555 or dial 911 in Lawrence County or Wayne County.