Kelli Bordeaux, 23, was last seen early Saturday morning leaving Froggy Bottoms bar 6326 Ramsey Street Fayetteville, N.C. The private first class, who is stationed at nearby Fort Bragg, was reported missing on Monday by base officials, police said. The Froggy Bottoms bar at 6326 Ramsey Street Fayetteville, N.C. is right next to the on-ramp entrance to Interstate I-295 which feeds directly onto I-95, see map CLICK HERE.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- The Fayetteville Police have “no new leads,” Chief Thomas Bergamine said Thursday in a news conference, as the search for missing Fort Bragg soldier Kelli Bordeaux continues. Asked if the search was “back to square one,” Bergamine said, “That’s about the gist of it.”
Police searched a pond for Kelli Bordeaux Wednesday night and Thursday morning but did not solve the case. Bergamine asked anyone who was at the Froggy Bottoms bar, where she was last seen Friday night and early Saturday morning, to contact police. He said there were more than 20 people at the bar that night and that police knew some of the names, but not all.
The owner of the bar gave NBC-17 some new details on the evening Kelli Bordeaux, 23, disappeared. She was reported missing Monday when she did not report for duty. The bar owner – who would not give his name – said Bordeaux was at the bar Friday night with Nicholas Holbert. He said Holbert was not a bar employee but lived in a tent behind the bar and came there often. The tent is no longer behind the bar, but Bergamine would not say if it had been confiscated for evidence.
The bar owner said a tab for $28 from Friday night was attributed to Holbert and Bordeaux, although he said Holbert does not drink. The tab was $28 for four shots and four beers. NBC-17 reached Bordeaux's family at her apartment Thursday afternoon, but they said they had no new information on her whereabouts and did not want to comment further. Holbert is required to register his residence or any changes to it, and is currently being investigated for parole violation. At a press conference Fayetteville Police Chief Tom Bergamine said Nicholas Holbert is not a person of interest in the investigation currently.
TRUCKERS AT FOGGY BOTTOMS BAR: SEE MAP CLICK HERE.
The information that the Froggy Bottoms bar is located at 6326 Ramsey Street Fayetteville, N.C. right next to the on-ramp entrance to Interstate I-295 which feeds directly onto I-95 is significant. Along Interstate Highways Signs Of Serial Killings By Long Haul Truckers. Highway violence; In the past four decades, 459 deaths and 41 attempted homicides are believed to be linked to serial killers who are using the nation’s highways to find and dispose of their victims.
During the past four decades, at least 459 people may have died at the hands of highway serial killers, FBI statistics show. Investigators do not know how many people may be responsible for the killings but at least one such case — of murder, attempted murder or unidentified human remains — has been reported in 48 states, along roads as far north as Alaska and as far south as Key West. They believe the killers find their victims and dispose of the bodies along highways, sometimes near quiet roadside rest areas or at bustling truck stops.
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