Find Missing Nonnie Ann Dotson!

Find Missing Nonnie Ann Dotson!

Find missing Nonnie Ann Dotson!
She has been missing for 11 years now.
She failed to report for active duty as expected.
Nonnie did not have a vehicle.
She had a 16 month old son.

Find Missing Nonnie Ann Dotson!

Find missing Nonnie Ann Dotson! Nonnie Ann Dotson has been missing since November 19, 2006. She is missing in Littleton, Colorado. Dotson is classified as an endangered missing person. At the time of her disappearance, Dotson was 33 years old. Her current age is 44 to 45 years old. She is described as 5’3″ tall and 115 pounds. Her hair is brown, long, and dark. Reportedly, it fell below her shoulder when lost seen. Her eyes are brown. Nonnie Ann Dotson is a Caucasian female. It is believed that when last seen, Nonnie was wearing black jeans, white t-shirt, and a gray hooded sweatshirt.

Find Missing Nonnie Ann Dotson!

It was November 19, 2006, in Littleton, Colorado. Thirty-three-year-old Nonnie Dotson was last seen by family members. They last saw her on the afternoon of November 19, 2006. At that time, Nonnie was leaving her brother’s residnece in Littleon, Colorado. It was where she had been visiting. Nonnie Dotson had no vehicle with her. So she either left the residence on foot. Or was given a ride by an unidentified person or persons. Dotson had flown into Colorado by commercial airline on November 16, 2006. She flew in from San Antonio, Texas. At that time, this was where she was on active duty. Nonnie Dotson was serving as a nurse with the United States Air Force.

Find Missing Nonnie Ann Dotson!

At the time of her disappearance, Nonnie Ann Dotson failed to return to active duty as scheduled. And the return flight portion of her ticket was never used. Nonnie left behind a 16-month-old daughter whom she was raising as a single parent. Dotson was scheduled to be discharged from the Air Force in March 2007. Reportedly, she was not known to use any drugs and used alcohol only socially. She was very involved with country and western dancing. And she frequented country and western dance clubs in Colorado and Texas. Dotson was known to have been involved in on-line dating and dating websites. She has ties to Colorado where she grew up.

Nonnie Dotson also has ties to San Antonio, Texas area. This is due to her military service. And this is because it is where the father of her child resides. Nonnie Dotson’s family is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts.

Find Missing Nonnie Ann Dotson!

Nonnie Ann Dotson has been missing for 11 years. We are always talking about the need to thank veterans for their service and supporting our troops. And these things we ought to do. Circulating Dotson’s story is a practical way to do this. She may not have been in active combat, but she did serve, as a military nurse. Her loved ones already have sent Dotson overseas as their sacrifice for this country. That was voluntary. Now they are having to sacrifice her again, this time to a disappearance that is not voluntary. And they deserve answers as to what happened to their loved one. Her son, a toddler when she vanished, is probably a teenager now. Someone (s) has information that can help answer their questions and give them peace.

Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Nonnie Ann Dotson? Can you identify or give information about anyone who caused her to disappearance? if you have info, you are asked to contact the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (Colorado) at 303-277-0211 or at: 303-271-6814 or 9-1-1.

Case # 06-45-79
NCIC Number: M486187909

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