Kentucky Cold Case - Mother of two has been missing since May of 2015 from Fisty, Kentucky
Updated: Jul 22, 2020
Fugate-Jones and her sons - April 2015
Natsha Louise-Fugate Jones was last seen in Fisty, Kentucky on May 7, 2015. She had walked away from an inpatient drug rehabilitation facility in Harlan, Kentucky and gone to her grandmother's home in Fisty, where her two young sons lived.
Post Office- Fisty, Kentucky
That morning, Fugate-Jones packed her clothes and was picked up by a female friend. She left a note under her son's pillow, saying she was looking for a place where they all could be together and would be back in two or three days.
Fugate-Jones and her friend subsequently ran into a male acquaintance, and Fugate Jones left with him.
He stated they were at a reclaimed strip mine later that day and Fugate-Jones ran into the woods and never came back. She has never been heard from again.
Her family reported her missing on June 7, a month after she was last seen.
Although Fugate-Jones had left without warning before, she's never been gone for s long period of time without getting in touch with her family.
She was on probation at the time of her disappearance and, in addition to being listed as a missing person, is also classified as an absconder.
Fugate-Jones would be 36 years-old and stands between 5-7 and 5-10 and weighs in at about 125 pounds. She naturally brown hair that was dyed blonde at the time of her disappearance.
She has a tattoo of a the outline of a butterfly on her upper back and a tattoo of a flower on her lower back.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Kentucky State Police at 606-435-6069.