Andrew Chapman Missing Andy Chapman was 32 years of age in December of 2006 when he settled on a mad decision with his mom.
“He had missed a trial the finish of October and my mother was unglued about him missing that trial,” said Aimee Chapman, Andy’s sister. “She called him to ask what was happening however he won’t ever reply.”
Aimee was one of a few relatives, companions, and local area individuals who assembled Sunday evening in Duncan Falls in recognition of four people missing from the area. Aimee said it was a week or so after her mom’s endeavor to consider him when Andy called their mom educating her to come to Columbus where he was remaining with companions.
“She let him know she was debilitated and she was unable to go to Columbus,” Aimee said. “He sounded earnest and told her that he wanted her to come now, he needed to give her something.”
Was it a lot of cash the family later figured out he had removed from his retirement? Was it data? Was it the $15,000 vehicle he had recently bought?
“Two days after she got the call, mother went to Columbus and tracked down a vacant condo,” Aimee said.
Andy has not been seen or heard from since. Andy was from the Mt. Vernon region, where his family remains. His life was on target as a spouse, stepfather, and father to an infant in 2002. He was utilized by the Knox County representative of courts, where he was a committed worker, as indicated by Aimee.
At some point somewhere in the range of 2002 and 2006, Andy was associated with an auto crash that brought about dependence on solution torment prescription and eventually substance addiction. His marriage finished, he lost his employment, he was in and out of prison and he was just permitted directed appearance, worked with by his mom.
“Regardless of how awful he got, how wrecked he was, Andy never missed appearance with his child,” Aimee said. “He cherished that kid to such an extent.”
At the point when he vanished, Andy was living with a couple in the Hilltop area of Columbus.
“We truly don’t have the foggiest idea how he met these individuals, we accept drugs since that we’ve found out about them since he vanished,” Aimee said.
Andy, the family scholarly after he vanishes, had removed almost $40,000 of his retirement cash in November. He had bought a $15,000 vehicle with part of the cash.
The vehicle was found, yet the cash won’t ever surface.
“Some relatives of this couple he lived with still have the vehicle today,” Aimee said. “It’s been moved to start with one relative then onto the next throughout recent years.”
The family, which claims an auto mechanics shop, says Andy passed on the vehicle there to be dealt with and always avoided getting it so they petitioned for a relinquishment title.
“It was another vehicle, what sort of work would it be able to have potentially required?” Aimee said. Even though Aimee said she is sure this family realizes what befallen Andy, nobody is expressing anything about where he or his cash vanished to.
In 2011, a DNA profile was gathered from relatives. In 2013, the family had Andy pronounced expired. It was only after then that Andy’s vanishing was promoted, as indicated by Aimee.
“We realized there wasn’t a lot of development on his case until it was past the time to assemble a portion of the proof, similar to bank records, which are discarded following seven years,” Aimee said. “That data could have given us more hints.”
Andy would be 45 years of age today. Aimee has promised that she will search constantly for her sibling.
“Whenever I am gone, Andy’s child, who is 17 currently, will keep looking for replies,” Aimee said.
They want to believe that they don’t need to stand by that long.
“In any case, we need to bring Andy home alive or bring him home to settle him,” Aimee said. “We realize there are individuals out there that can assist us with doing that. We simply request that they approach, regardless of whether it’s secretly.”
A similar reaction reverberated through the group at Cornerstone Full Gospel Church Sunday. It’s unmistakable the majority of those in participation accept their relative has for quite some time been perished, they need the conclusion to bring their friends and family home.
Two-year-old Anthony Tullius, alongside his sibling, three-year-old Ayden Cecil, vanished on June 4, 2011, from the Ellis Dam region in Muskingum County. Promptly after their announced vanishing, Ayden’s body was situated in the Muskingum River about a mile downstream from where they had been enjoying the great outdoors with their mom and stepfather.
Anthony Tullius is attempted to have likewise suffocated, however, his body has never been recuperated.
Anthony’s mom, Kasey Klein, was booked to talk at Sunday’s occasion, however, different plans held her back from joining in. While her ex, Richard Klein, was cleared of charges connected with the vanishing of the babies, Kasey conceded to youngster risk in 2013 and was condemned to three years in jail.
Anthony was most recently seen wearing a red-footed sleeper with vehicle plans on it.
Barbara Frame was a 38-year-old mother of three, as of late separated from when she left for a gathering with her lawyer and was gone forever. As per her little girl, Kathy Huber, who went to Sunday’s occasion, on Jan. 30, 1985, Barbara’s ex came by her loft in the 1000 square of Alice Street and told Barbara she expected to go to their separation lawyer’s office right away.
Their separation had been concluded a month and a half prior.
Kathy, who was 14 when her mom vanished, let specialists know that Barbara expressed she planned to meet with the lawyer, then purchase food, visit her mom who was in the clinic, and afterward converse with her landowner about a messed up window in their loft.
Whenever she returned, she would fix supper.
Barbara left her home at 5 p.m.and was at no point ever heard from in the future. The following day, her vehicle was observed deserted in a parking area on Linden Avenue across the road from United Technologies, where she labored for quite some time.