[UPDATE] Missing: Megan Carol Williams

By: GCSO Release
By: GCSO Release

Grady County, Georgia - December 12, 2011 -

The Grady County Sheriff's Office says Megan Carol Williams has been located and is back home.


Grady County, Georgia - November 27, 2011 -

As of 1:00pm, November 27, the Grady County Sheriff's Office is still searching for Megan Carol Williams.


Grady County, Georgia - November 23, 2011 -

The Grady County Sheriff's Office is releasing a missing persons notice for Megan Carol Williams.

Last seen Sunday, November 20th at 5:00pm wearing green shirt with blue jean shorts and flip flops.

Driving 2001 Maroon Mustang-black stripe down passenger side front fender. Two AQHA (American Quarter Horse Association) stickers on back lower windshield. Stickers are small white square with red and black letters.

Megan’s Information
Name Megan Carroll Williams Age 19
Height 5’1” Weight 125 lbs
Eye Color Brown Hair Color Brown

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  • by familyfriend Location: ga on Dec 19, 2011 at 08:32 AM
    This young lady needs your prayers and support - she is not back with her baby, as she needs drug counseling/rehab, as well as other psychiatric evaluation. Her recent actions show she is fraught with inner problems, and the child is being cared for by other family members until such time as she can get help.
  • by Mom on Dec 13, 2011 at 10:00 AM
    She did not have to go back to Cairo. She's of age. So why did it say "they brought her back home" as if she is a runaway. I think social services needs to help this girl get out of the situation she is in. Can someone in social services contact her and find out what is going on?
  • by Me on Dec 13, 2011 at 04:19 AM
    I can only imagine the amount of our tax dollars that were spent looking for her. I think she should repay the County for every dollar that was spent. She wanted attention and she got it. I know her vaguely and she has always seemed to me like a spoiled kid that liked attention.
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      by Cairo on Dec 13, 2011 at 08:43 AM in reply to Me
      I doubt any tax dollars were spent. There was never a search and there was a BOLO on her car. They found her in Albany which they probably knew she was there the whole time. However, the parents never shared but that 1 photo. They had lots of them, of her riding horses, etc. There was a picture of her car, which the parents never shared. They are into auto racing also. What I want to know is WHY? Why did the parents act like they didn't have a computer when they did. Why did they not share more pictures of her. Even the car tag was either incorrect on her FB page or on the WTXL article. I believe the sheriff of Grady was hooked up with that 13 year old child trafficking case (carried here on WCTV) and did not want to spend time on her until after that case. Plus they didn't want "eyes" on Grady county. JMO
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        by Anonymous on Dec 13, 2011 at 04:22 PM in reply to Cairo
        They were not ask for more pictures just the most recent which was provided. How would pictures on her riding horses with a helmet on hiding most of her face have helped? They did not have a picture of her car. They are not into auto racing. Her brother use to dirt bike race but that was many many years ago. She did not have a facebook page for a car tag number to even be posted. But the car tag was given to authorities. People always have lots to say when they don't know anything about it.
  • by Betty Location: FL on Dec 13, 2011 at 02:41 AM
    I hope someone is deciding if she should still have custody of her son. This sounds like a drug binge. I read comments back when she went missing saying her family is known for drugs and that her father gave her a large amount of money. This is horrible if she has been gone all this time on her own. I don't see any stories about any arrests for kidnapping. Hopefully someone will take care of her baby because she does not seem reliable
  • by Disguisted Location: Grady County on Dec 13, 2011 at 01:48 AM
    Abandonment? Restitution? Someone needs to give her a lesson in parenting, mainly that YOU DON'T JUST LEAVE YOUR CHILD WHEN YOU DECIDE TO TAKE A ROAD TRIP!! I as a taxpayer do not appreciate her wasting MY/OUR money. I sure hope DFCS gets involved, the child may not be so lucky next time she decides to take off!
  • by Loni on Dec 12, 2011 at 05:20 PM
    If you ask for the public to help find someone, then the public should know the reason. Was she abducted, ran away, what?
  • by Jim Location: Gadsden County. on Dec 12, 2011 at 04:05 PM
    Whatever her problem was she must have gotten it taken care of. Maybe just an itch she got scratched. Is it any wonder that law enforcement is slow to act on missing persons. I can guarantee the next time the concern for this person will not be as great. She has not helped situations where a person is truly missing and maybe in need of help. Seems like a kinda selfish act.
  • by Sam on Dec 12, 2011 at 03:55 PM
    Dear "Actually", this selfish little girl wasted local authorities times, and also wasted the publics time. The media attention given to this girl could've been used to try and find Ali Gilmore or Mike Williams, and the law enforcement resources could've been used to stop real crime and find real missing people. This is most cetainly our business, this selfish girl didn't care that she wasted valuable law enforcement resources and the public's time, she also wasn't concerned that her family was worried sick, she just cared about herself. Shame on you Megan, and shame on those bleeding hearts defending her.
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      by The Good Lord on Dec 12, 2011 at 06:52 PM in reply to Sam
      They are dead. Move on.
  • by Cecil Location: Tallahassee on Dec 12, 2011 at 02:53 PM
    To the person who said that they seen her in Albany,I owe you an apology.
  • by Cecil Location: Tallahassee on Dec 12, 2011 at 02:48 PM
    I don't know her reasons for leaving,I just thank God she is home.I hope that she realizes that there is a lot of people who know her and who doesn't,that care about her.This could have been something horrible and Megan life may be hard but it doesn't have to be that way.I can rest easier and can only imagine what the friends and family have gone through.
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