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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Police time line on Dawna Natzke, missing Hot Springs Village woman

Hot Springs Village Police Department Missing Person Case No. 2011004709

Wednesday, 12/21
7 p.m. Dawna Natzke and boyfriend attend a part at a high ranking POA officials home in Hot Springs Village, general manager, Scott Randall.

10:30 to 11 p.m. Natzke and boyfriend were seen leaving party together.

11 p.m. Boyfriend reports he and Natzke went home. He went to bed; she was watching television.

Thursday, 12/22
7:30 a.m. Boyfriend reports he awoke and found Natzke and her car gone. He assumed she had gone to work. (Note: Natzke was not due to work that day as she had taken a vacation day.)

Around 8 a.m. Friend of Natzke received a strange text message from Natzke's cell phone.

11:15 a.m. Natzke's car was discovered by U.S. Forest Service employee in a remote area. The car had been been burned.

7 p.m. Boyfriend reported to Hot Springs Village Police Dept. he had not seen Natzke all day.

8:30 p.m. Friend who had received strange text message called neighbor of Natzke. Neighbor went to Natzke's home and talked to family member. No sense of alarm at that time.

Friday, 12/23
6 a.m. Natzke did not report for duty. Son of Natzke reported mother had not returned home. Investigation begun.

6:38 a.m. BOLO (Be on the lookout) issued regarding Natzke and her car. Search begun. Numerous interviews conducted.

Saturday, 12/24
Interviews conducted: search for Natzke and her car continued.

10:35 p.m. Hot Springs Village Police Department notified Natzke's car was found.

Sunday, 12/25
Natzke's car was towed to the Hot Springs Village Police Department garage.

Monday, 12/26
Area around spot where Natzke's car was found was searched. Search dogs were used.

Tuesday, 12/27
Interviews of potential witnesses continued.

Wednesday, 12/28
Search dogs and team again being used in area where car was recovered in the Ouachita National Forest

Natzke's car being processed by the Arkansas State Crime Lab.

1 comment:

  1. Where was the 8am Thursday text made from?