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Jones still missing after two months

  • By Sarah Fay Campbell
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  • Sep. 04, 2020 - 9:19 PM

Jones still missing after two months

The Newnan Times-Herald

It’s been two months since Corinth resident Natalie Jones vanished on her way home from a July 4 get-together, and extensive searching by her family and friends has turned up nothing.

Family and friends have ridden any possible routes between Lake Martin and her home in Corinth multiple times, said Jones’ mother, Elaine Gordon.

“Someone would be riding motorcycles down the roads eight hours at a time. We flew drones and everything,” Gordon said.

There is a $10,000 reward for information leading to her return.

“Not knowing – this is killing me,” said Gordon whose son, her only other child, died after being hit by a car at age 14. “I just want to come up on her, I just want to hear her voice. I want her to see my face and hold her arms out.”

With no new information after all this time, “I’m running on faith,” she said.

Her daughter’s phone “pinged” off towers near her home at about the time she would have been arriving there from Alabama, investigators said in July. Jones even texted the folks back at Lake Martin that she’d made it, Heard County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Don Boswell said in July.

He said in July that they had obtained her phone and text records, but that Jones had been communicating with someone that night through apps and social media and they were trying to get records of those conversations.

Boswell could not be reached for comment for this story.

Jones’ 2002 Chevy Cavalier, painted hot pink, hasn’t been found. It’s considered key to finding her. The car, originally red, has pink stripes on the side and Georgia license plate RVE6177.

Anyone who sees the car or Jones should call 911 immediately. “Two weeks after seeing something doesn’t help us much,” Boswell said in July. “If you see something, call 911 right away and let them know right away.”

Those who have any information can call the GBI’s tip line, 800-597-TIPS (8477) or submit anonymous tips online at .

Anyone with information can also contact Boswell at the HCSO, 706-675-3329 or .

You can keep up with the search at or the Find Natalie Jones Facebook page.