Missing Since: 10/10/04
Missing from: Huntingdon, Tennessee
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 02/17/49
Age at disappearance: 55
Weight: 100 lbs.
Hair Color: Light Brown with Grey
Eye Color: Hazel or Green
Distinguishing Characteristics: Glasses with bronze,
colored wire frames;Scar on top of right hand; Previously
fractured collarbone; Previously fractured foot;Appendectomy scar;
Vaccination scar on left arm; Pierced ears; Light to medium complexion
Clothing : Light colored T-shirt, dark colored shorts
Jewelry: Gold Mother’s ring with two topaz stones;
Gold ring with square cluster of diamonds
Details of Disappearance
Janie was last seen at approximately 6:00 p.m. at a gas station in the vicinity of the 100 block of Veterans Dr. N in Huntingdon, TN. She was seen with an unnamed male suspect. Her vehicle, described as a white with burgundy vinyl top, four door, 1983 Lincoln Town Car was later located on October 13, 2004 near the intersection of Grooms Rd. and Bobbitt Rd. in Carroll County, Tennessee.
Some agencies list her height as being 5’0″.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Carroll County Sheriff’s Department (Tennessee)
(731) 986-8947 OR (800) 824-3463
Balloons for the missing
A rally to bring awareness to the over 850,000 missing persons cases the FBI has on file was started on June 9th.
Caison is the founder and executive director of the Community United Effort, also called the CUE Center for Missing Persons. She stopped at Milan’s M&M Farm & Garden Supply Wednesday for a rally that was part of a third annual tour to bring more attention to cold missing persons cases.
This year’s tour focused on 16 states along the United States eastern border from Connecticut to Florida. More than 20 rallies will have been held in those states by the time the nine-day tour ends.
The tour started June 9.
The rally drew those with missing friends and loved ones from throughout the region.
M&M is owned by Phelicia Morris, whose mother, Janie Sue Grooms-Lindsey, went missing Oct. 10, 2004, from Huntingdon.
“Sometimes cases are pushed to the back burner, but we hope to generate more awareness of the missing in Tennessee and in our local area,” Morris said in a news release on the event.
If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons using the contact form below or contact Cue Center at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tipline (910) 232-1687.
All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.