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    A MISSING woman's partial remains have been found after she vanished ten months ago. Alexis Gabe's remains were found on Thursday afternoon by a resident of Plymouth, California, however officials just confirmed that the remains belonged to the missing 24-year-old. 1Alexis Gabe's remains were foundCredit: Facebook Gabe from Oakley went missing on January 26, 2022. Her boyfriend, Marshall Jones, allegedly killed her at his home in Antioch. Jones was then killed in a standoff with the cops in Seattle when they were arresting him for Gabe's murder. However, Gabe's body was never recovered until now. Jones reportedly wrote down directions for where to dispose of Alexis' body in Pioneer - an area 60 miles east of Sacramento. The crumpled notes were found inside the garbage at a house belonging to Jones’ sister. More to follow...For the latest news on this story, keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. YOU...
    OAKLEY — Prosecutors do not have enough evidence to charge the mother of a man suspected in the disappearance of Alexis Gabe, a 24-year-old Oakley woman who went missing in January and is now presumed dead. Gabe’s family met with Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton and Chief Assistant District Attorney Simon O’Connell on Wednesday afternoon to demand that aiding and abetting charges be brought against Alicia Coleman Clark. They believe Clark helped her son, Marshall Curtis Jones, 27, in the events that left Gabe missing. Authorities on June 1 said they considered the case a homicide investigation, and prosecutors filed murder charges against Jones. Members of the Pacific Northwest Violent Offenders Task Force shot Jones to death in Kent, Wash. that night, saying he came at them with a knife as they moved in to arrest him. A statement from DA spokesman Ted Asregadoo issued Wednesday said “to date, there is insufficient evidence to establish that Ms. Clark knew Marshall Jones killed Alexis — or that Ms. Clark assisted Jones after the fact. However, if additional evidence surfaces,...
    OAKLEY — A search for new evidence to locate the body. of Alexis Gabe, a 24-year-old Oakley woman who went missing in January, turned up parts of a phone, as well as women’s underwear, that Gabe’s mother recognized as having belonged to her daughter. “We found a lot of stuff,” said Alexis’s father, Gwyn Gabe, who organized the Saturday morning search. “We found the front part of a phone. We found a bunch of women’s undergarments, I was thinking this might be a homeless person but my wife called me and said, ‘These are Alexis’ underwear.’” More than 50 people showed up for the “One day search for Alexis’ phone,” as it was titled on Facebook, which began at Lucky grocery store in the Oakley Town Center shopping complex. The family asked that people bring gloves and water and stressed not to touch anything until police can take a look. Gwyn Gabe suggested downloading the Google Earth app so he can share a map of the search route and where previous evidence was located. Sharon Kuykendall, part of the search...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Newly released video shows the moments leading up to a deadly confrontation between police in Seattle, and the man at the center of the disappearance of Alexis Gabe.Law enforcement officials from the Seattle Police Dept., Snohomish County Sheriff's Office and U.S. marshals were attempting to arrest Marshall Curtis Jones when he charged at the officers with a knife on Wednesday. Marshals then shot at him and he was pronounced dead at the scene, authorities say.Jones was the ex-boyfriend of Alexis Gabe, the Oakley woman who's been missing since January.RELATED: Missing Oakley woman's parents share conversation with murder suspect's motherOakley police said during a press conference on Thursday that Gabe's disappearance is now a homicide investigation and they are searching for her body. "Due to the information that has been yielded during our long and intensive investigation, I must announce at this point, that we believe Alexis Gabe is the victim of a homicide," said Oakley Police Chief Paul Beard.Contra Costa District Attorney Diana Becton said in a Thursday afternoon press conference, that investigators and the DA's...
    COPS have found a cellphone case belonging to a missing woman as the search for her intensifies. Alexis Gabe, 24, was last seen in California on January 26 and officers suspect her disappearance was not by accident or choice.   3Alexis Gabe was last seen in California on January 24Credit: Facebook/Help Bring Alexis Gabe Home 3Cops found a cellphone case that belonged to Alexis on May 14Credit: City of Oakley Police Investigators in Oakley revealed on May 14 that they found Alexis’ uniquely designed cell phone case. It has an image of the rapper Tupac Shakur on the back. Family and friends have identified the case as belonging to Alexis and it was found in Antioch. It has since been taken to a lab for further analysis, according to cops. read more on us newsCITY MOURNS Heartbreaking victim tributes line streets after 10 killed in Buffalo shootingGROUNDED Hundreds of flights delayed during severe storm with 90M under tornado warning Officers made the discovery just days after they searched a property where they believe Alexis was last seen, NBC Bay Area...
    ANTIOCH — Investigators have found a cell-phone case that they confirmed belongs to Alexis Gabe, revealing a new detail in the Oakley woman’s disappearance. The phone case, which has artwork depicting hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur, was discovered by itself somewhere in Antioch, Oakley officials said in a Facebook post. It appears to have been found laying in the dirt and leaves. City officials did not elaborate where exactly the case was found, but said it was submitted to a crime lab for further analysis. Gabe was last seen Jan. 26 at her ex-boyfriend’s home in Antioch, and her blue Infiniti was found with keys in the ignition the next day at Trenton Street and Carrington Drive in Oakley. Investigators believe that a man captured on video walking away from Gabe’s car that night is the same person who discarded the phone case in Antioch. OAKLEY, CA – APRIL 28: A frame grab from a video showing a person of interest is shown during a press conference announcing a $10,000 reward in regard to the disappearance of Alexis Gabe on Thursday,...
    OAKLEY, Calif. (KGO) -- There are new developments in the search for missing Oakley woman Alexis Gabe. Police say they strongly suspect foul play and released details about a person of interest they need help finding.Surveillance video released by police shows a man walking. Police say he's about 5-foot, 11 inches to 6 feet tall, with a slim build and dark skin.RELATED: Friends, family of missing Oakley woman hold vigil to raise awareness about her disappearanceHe was wearing a large jacket, a beanie or cap, and an N-95 style mask with a beard protruding from underneath.Police believe this man abandoned Gabe's car in Oakley.The car was discovered by her family on Jan. 27, the day after she was last seen."We are pleading to whomever has information regarding Alexis' disappearance to please come forward. please give Alexis the chance to be the person she is meant to be in this world," said her father, Gwyn Gabe.The city of Oakley has created a $10,000 reward fund for information in the case.RELATED: Family describes 'harrowing' moments in search for missing Oakley woman Alexis...
    OAKLEY (CBS SF/BCN) — Oakley’s police chief, mayor, and the parents of Alexis Gabe, a woman missing since January, appealed for the public’s help in finding her, and the city announced a $10,000 reward for information in the case. The 24-year-old Oakley resident was last seen on January 26 in the city of Antioch. Her car was found days in Oakley on Trenton St. and Carrington Dr. in a cul-de-sac off Oakley Road. The car was unlocked with the keys inside. READ MORE: Baby Brandon Kidnapping Suspect Released; Will Not Face ChargesNearby surveillance video shows someone getting out of the car and walking away. At a press conference Thursday, police showed a new surveillance video of a person walking away from where the car was found, hoping to generate additional leads. Alexis Gabe (Oakley Police Department) Oakley Police Chief Paul Beard said the investigation has consumed his department since Gabe’s disappearance, calling it the biggest case in the history of the department. He said he has reassigned personnel to the investigation and received assistance from numerous agencies, especially...
    OAKLEY, Calif. (KGO) -- Hundreds of people in the East Bay took part in a vigil to help bring a missing Oakley woman home.23-year-old Alexis Gabe was last seen on Jan. 26. While police investigate her disappearance, friends and family are raising awareness hoping she will be located soon.Family, friends and strangers took part in a Sunday vigil walk to remind the community Alexis Gabe is still missing."Everyday feels unreal, it's heartbreaking," said friend Kaylee Mesnickow.RELATED: Family describes 'harrowing' moments in search for missing Oakley woman Alexis Gabe EMBED More News Videos Alexis Gabe, 23, went missing in Oakley on Jan. 26. Her family opened up to ABC7 News about their anguish as the search for Alexis continues. Alexis' missing flyers are everywhere across East Contra Costa County. New billboards are now up on Highway 4, asking for tips in the case."Everyone is willing to help we are super grateful for all the businesses that put up fliers," said Alexis' brother Gwyn Gabe"It's day 11, every day gets harder and harder and we can't do this alone, this is putting...
    Authorities have intensified their hunt for a California woman whose car was found with keys still in the ignition a day after she vanished “under suspicious circumstances” on her way home from her ex-boyfriend’s home. Alexis Gabe’s family told KNTV that they haven’t heard from the 24-year-old nursing school graduate since she was with her ex-boyfriend last Tuesday. Oakley Police said that a male acquaintance–whose name has not been publicly released–told them Gabe was at his house until 9 p.m. on Jan. 26. But she failed to return home that night. Security cameras captured Gabe’s car in Oakley, a city in the Bay Area, around 9:30. p.m., and an unidentified person can be seen getting out of the car, cops said, according to KNTV. Police said they are examining digital images from surrounding cameras in the ex-boyfriend’s neighborhood and in the location where her car was found. Gwyn Marqus Gabe, Gabe’s brother, told KTVU that he and his girlfriend Morgan Strenfel have been leading search efforts and they found her car on Thursday afternoon. “Abandoned, keys in the ignition,...
    A 24-year-old woman from California has gone missing under 'suspicious circumstances.' Oakley resident Alexis Gabe's car was found on Thursday with the keys still inside, according to police — but Alexis was nowhere to be found. 5Alexis was last seen on Benttree Way in Antioch on Wednesday night around 6:30pmCredit: Facebook 5Alexis's silver sedan was found unlocked with the keys still insideCredit: Facebook Family and friends of Alexis searched the Antioch and Oakley areas this weekend for the 24-year-old, who has been described as a 5-foot-7 Asian female with long black hair and brown eyes with glasses. Alexis was last seen on Benttree Way in Antioch on Wednesday night around 6:30pm. The Bay Area woman was last seen wearing a white tank top, a black and silver sweatshirt, black pants, and green and white shoes. Her silver sedan was found unlocked the next day on Trenton Street and Oakley Road with the keys still inside, according to Oakley police. Sergeant Brian Foreman told The Mercury News that authorities have been in touch with a male acquaintance who was with Alexis...
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