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Lisa Ann Neugent Missing (May also be known as Lisa Ann Meyers)

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Lisa Ann Neugent Missing (May also be known as Lisa Ann Meyers)

Posted: 11 Jan 2003 8:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 May 2003 9:48PM GMT
Surnames: Neugent, Meyers
Date of Birth 13-JULY-1977
RACE WHITE
SEX FEMALE
HAIR BROWN
EYES BROWN
HEIGHT 5'
WEIGHT 150 LB.
CASE # 38000010


DATE DISAPPEARED 08-SEP-1999 LOCATION Conway, SC


CIRCUMSTANCES

Lisa Ann Myers Neugent called her parents telling them that she was coming home to Greensboro, NC. Since the phone call Lisa has not been heard from since. It is believed that her boyfriend, Frank Floyd Isley (pictured left), may be involved around her disappearance. Frank is currently wanted for questioning by the Horry County Police around Lisa's disappearance.
TATTOO: Wizard with shooting stars on right arm.

Scars on legs from playing baseball.

Family members are currently working on getting Lisa's case aired on America's most wanted. They are asking your assistance in getting the case aired. To help all you need to do is send an email to America's Most Wanted requesting this case to be aired on their show.

For more details on this case please visit the Official Lisa Neugent Website: http://www.findlisa.org/index.html


CONTACT INFORMATION

Horry County, SC Police Department Detective Robert E. Maxwell (843)248-1521
S.C. Law Enforcement Division 800-322-4453
Summerfield, NC Brenda Myers (336)-644-7224 . Dad 414 and Mom 77.
America's Most Wanted 1-800-Crime-TV
Unsolved Mysteries hotline 1-800-876-5353

CASE UPDATES
19-AUG-02 Case aired on Unsolved Mysteries
10-SEP-01 MOTHER, SISTER UNITE IN SEARCH FOR RELATIVES -- (Greensboro News & Record) -- Two families made an uneasy peace Saturday - a mother with a missing daughter, a sister with a fugitive brother - in hopes that their united front may lead to information about their missing loved ones. Brenda Myers and Joy Isley both cried Saturday morning, as Myers made a plea to the Piedmont Triad for information leading to the arrest of Isley's brother, Frank, who police believe may have information about Myers' missing child. The Summerfield woman last spoke to her daughter, Lisa Myers Neugent Article ID: 0109100066
02-AUG-01 OBSTACLES TO FINDING ADULTS RISE WITH TIME --(The Sun News) -- Authorities face challenges when looking for missing children, but when it's adults they are after, the challenges often are greater, experts say. ``It's the starting point that makes it difficult,'' said Major Chuck Canterbury of the Horry County Police Department. People tend to notify police quicker about missing children than about adults, and the delay could be critical in an investigation, he said. Article ID: 0108020009
16-JUL-01 FAMILY TURNS TO WEB IN SEARCH FOR WOMAN LISA MYERS NEUGENT, 24, DISAPPEARED ON LABOR DAY 1999, FROM CONWAY, S.C., WHERE SHE WAS LIVING.--(Greensboro News & Record)-- The search for Lisa Myers Neugent went online Friday, marking the 24th birthday of the Summerfield woman who has been missing for nearly two years. The owners of a Web design company in Columbia, S.C., donated their time to build the site dedicated to finding Neugent, www.findlisa.org, said Linda Snelling, a domestic-abuse victims' rights advocate from Conway, S.C. Snelling is working with police and Neugent's family to publicize the case. Neugent's parents, Jerry and Brenda Myers of Summerfield. Article ID: 0107160056
15-JUN-01 BOYFRIEND OF MISSING WOMAN SOUGHT -- (The Sun News)-- Horry County police are searching for a 33-year-old man who they think may have information regarding his missing N.C. girlfriend. Police want to talk to Frank Lloyd Isley Jr. regarding the whereabouts of 22-year-old Lisa Myers Neugent, Horry County police Detective Robbie Maxwell said. Neugent disappeared Sept. 8, 1999, from the Conway area. A few days before Neugent's disappearance, she left her N.C. home with Isley. Neugent is considered a missing person, and police want to talk to Isley. Article ID: 0106150115
10-MAR-01 America's Most Wanted Creates Web Page to Help Find Lisa Neugent
03-MAR-01 SEARCH FOR MISSING WOMAN GAINS MOMENTUM -- (Greensboro News & Record)-- Lisa Snelling (*see correction*) will not rest, cannot rest. She knows the heartache that comes with losing a child. So Snelling will not stop until the disappearance of Lisa Myers Neugent hits the national airwaves. And even then, the rest won't be a long one, she says. Neugent, who grew up in Rockingham County, disappeared Labor Day 1999 from the Conway, S.C., home she shared with her boyfriend, Frank Isley Jr. Isley disappeared days later. Snelling, a domestic-abuse victims' advocate. Article ID: 0103030098
06-FEB-01 A PIEDMONT TRIAD COUPLE TRIES TO KEEP HOPE ALIVE --(WXII TV)
05-FEB-01 PARENTS SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS-- (The Sun News)-- CONWAY The parents of a missing N.C. woman came to town this weekend to plead for information about their daughter. Brenda and Jerry Myers of Stokesdale, N.C., are still searching for their daughter, Lisa Neugent, who disappeared Sept. 8, 1999, from the Conway area. A few days prior to her disappearance, a 22-year-old Neugent left the Myers' home in North Carolina with her boyfriend, Frank Lloyd Isley, to try to resolve an argument, according to her parents and police. Article ID: 0102050085
20-JAN-01 Family waits to learn daughter's fate -- (News & Record) The search for Lisa Myers Neugent has become a waiting game. Neugent, 23, disappeared on Labor Day weekend 1999 from the home she shared with her boyfriend, Frank Isley Jr., in Conway, S.C. Isley disappeared soon after Lisa and turned up in Georgia after being charged with cocaine possession.
30-OCT-00 THE SUN NEWS, "Crime Stoppers Lists Most Wanted". Lists Lisa Neugent as missing and are looking for Frank Isley for information in the where abouts of Lisa. http://www.newslibrary.com/deliverppdoc.asp?SMH=531608

THIS PAGE WAS LAST UPDATED 27 Dec 2002

If you know where she is please e-mail me at janetfullgospel@yahoo.com. I am a friend of her mothers and this mothers heart is broken and desperately needs to know any information that could help bring this daughter home or help the family know she is safe.

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