According to a source, the Friday considers one week as a Trussville woman did not appear since she came out from a Birmingham pub, and the authority states they are still seeking to find out where she is now and what occurred to her. She is in under investigation.
Governor Ivey has issued a $10K reward for the search of missing Alabama Woman, $5,000 award rendered for data leading to information in Paighton Houston’s disappearance. Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama is also releasing a $5,000 prize, according to a source.
The 29 years old Paighton Houston was last noticed on Friday, on Dec. 20 in 2019, at Tin Roof in Birmingham, according to the information provided by the sources.
Birmingham authority has CCTV recording showing that she left the pub around 10:45 p.m. with two heavy-set black men, a source reported. It seemed Houston left the place freely with the two men, the officials revealed.
The missing’s family stated she had not used her bank account since she missed and her phone is going directly to voicemail, according to a source.
The mother of Paighton Charlaine Houston authenticated Paighton’s previous text message was sent to a pal: ‘She did not know who she was with and felt she could be in trouble.’
Paighton Houston’s appearance: she is 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighing about 123 pounds. She has last noticed carrying torn blue jeans, blue Converse shoes and a coral-coloured T-shirt.