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Husband frets over woman’s safety since she’s not made contact since middle of July

Alisa Carter

Alisa Carter

Alisa Michelle Carter, 40, of Macclenny went missing in mid-July. Her husband of 20 years said she’s left him in the past, but would always phone after a few days to let him know she was alright and where she was staying.

This time, however, he thinks something bad happened to her.

Jason Carter, 39, reported his wife missing on August 6, about three weeks after he left to run errands and returned to find her gone.

She was residing with Mr. Carter and their three adult children in a mobile home on West Ohio Avenue.

“She’s always called me or her sons,” said Mr. Carter. “I pray she’s alright.”

The husband said his son remembers seeing a bag of clothes before his mother’s disappearance but it could not be found afterwards. Nothing else appeared missing.

Mr. Carter suspects, since his wife spent a lot of time on the Internet, she may have met someone online and “got into trouble.”

He hopes that bringing attention to her case will help bring some closure to his family.

He said he’d be happy if she contacted them or if police were able to locate her. He just wants to know she’s safe.

“It’s about destroyed my family,” said Mr. Carter. “Tensions are high.”

Alisa Carter is about 5-feet, 4-inches tall and 120 pounds. She has brown hair and green eyes. She was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to call the sheriff’s office at 259-2861.

Joel Addington
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