Find Missing Tracy A Pickett!

Find Missing Tracy A Pickett!

Find Missing Tracy A Pickett!
At that time, she left her home
To spend the night with a female friend.
Tracy’s parents were not aware that this friend
Lived on her own.
They had a party that night.
There was an unidentified male there.
He offered Tracy a ride and she accepted.
She was never seen again.
That was 26 years ago.
Where is Tracy Pickett?

Find Missing Tracy A Pickett!

Find Missing Tracy A Pickett! Tracy A Pickett has been missing since August 12, 1992. She is missing from Webb City, Missouri. Tracy A Pickett’s case is classified as a non-family abduction. Her year of birth is 1978. At the time of her disappearance, Tracy was 14 years old. Her current age is 39 years old. Tracy A Pickett is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’4″ tall and 115 pounds at the time of her disappearance. Her hear is described as dark blonde and her eyes are brown.

Tracy has a dog bite scar on her lower lip. She has an unfinished, hand-drawn tattoo of an X-shaped cross on her left breast. Her ears are pierced. When she was last seen, Tracy was wearing a pink t-shirt and cut-off jeans.

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On August 11, 1992, Tracy A Pickett left her Joplin, Missouri home. She wanted to spend the night with a female friend in the 800 block of Daugherty Avenue in Webb City, Missouri. Tracy’s mother allowed her to go. She thought that her friend lived with her parents and they would be there to supervise; in fact, the girl lived on her own.

There was a party at the residence that night. According to witnesses, one of the guests, a man named Al, kept staring at Tracy all night. He even asked her if she was wearing panties.

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Eventually the male offered to give her a ride home to Joplin. He did so so she could change her clothes. He was supposed to return her to her friend’s apartment afterwards. He drove a black van with two sunroofs, louvered side windows and Oklahoma license plates, and witnesses stated there was a gun inside it.

Tracy has never been heard from again. A week after her disappearance, authorities located and interviewed the individual who gave her the ride. By then he had left the state. “Al” was actually named Lowell Andrew Billy, and he had a prison record. Billy claimed he dropped Tracy off outside a pawnshop in downtown Joplin.

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A female voice Tracy’s mother didn’t recognize left two messages on her answering machine. One message was on the night of August 11 and one at 10:00 A.M. the next day. It was saying Tracy was on her way home to change her clothes. When Tracy’s mother realized she was missing, she went to Tracy’s friend’s apartment and found her daughter’s shoes in the bedroom closet.

Neighbors who lived nearby reported that on the morning of August 12, they saw a young girl running down an alley screaming, “Get away from me! Leave me alone!” At about noon that same day, a witness reported seeing Billy cleaning out a van near Carthage, Missouri. The van matched the description of Billy’s vehicle. But police were unable to verify that the van the witness saw was in fact his.

A year after Tracy’s disappearance, Billy was charged with contest to kidnapping, rape and forcible sodomy in Oklahoma. He eventually pleaded no contest and sentenced to seven years in prison.

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More Recent Developments

During the summer of 1993, he had picked up a Tulsa, Oklahoma woman. She was hitchhiking. He held her captive for about four hours, and beat and sexually assaulted her. He was released from prison but later jailed for failing to register as a sex offender.

Police stated they believe Tracy was murdered. And Billy is the prime suspect in her disappearance. But authorities have no evidence to charge anyone in her case.

Authorities attempted to drain an old mining pit in the area in 2005. They thought Tracy’s body might be in it. But they were unable to drain it completely and called off the search without finding anything.

Tracy’s father is now deceased. But her mother is still alive and hopes she will be found. Her case remains unsolved; Joplin police are investigating.

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Tracy A Pickett is one more case of a missing teen who is not a runaway. Her father has died without ever getting answers about his missing child. Will Tracy’s mother and other loved ones have to die without answers? It insults common sense to suggest that Tracy may be alive and hiding from her family and friends. It may be possible that she is being held captive somewhere. If she is no longer alive, who is responsible? It is time for justice and answers. Someone (s) knows something.

Where is Tracy A Pickett? Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Tracy A Pickett? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) responsible for her disappearance?

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Contact Information

Do you have information? You may contact the Joplin Police Department at: (417) 623-3131. You you contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol Toll-Free Telephone Line at: (800) 877-3452. The Missing Persons Unit provides a toll-free hotline for parents, law enforcement agencies or others to provide information about missing and unidentified persons. You may email: You may contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited
Children: 1-800-843-5678.

NCMEC: 772369
NamUs: MP6527
Agency Case Number: 92006808
NCIC Number: M-583822177

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