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#1 Lori Davis

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Posted 29 October 2008 - 01:38 PM

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Missing: Corrie L. Anderson  
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Basic Information
Race: White
Sex: Female
DOB: April 4, 1972
Height: 5' 11"  
Weight: 170 pounds
Eyes: Green
Hair: Blonde

Additional Information
Last Seen: Date: October 28, 2008
Time: 1:10 p.m.
Location: Lake County Dodge, City of Jamestown, N.Y.  
Last Seen Wearing: Anderson was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire rimmed glasses.

Miscellaneous: Corrie Anderson was last seen on October 28, 2008 at about 1:10 pm, leaving Lake County Dodge in the City of Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York. She missed a meeting at 3:15 pm and did not pick up her son from school. This is very unusual. She operates a Blue, 2005 Dodge Caravan, NY registration number CX404.

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Agency:  NYSP Troop A
Address: Jamestown, New York
Phone:  716-665-3113  or e-mail the information to: nysvicap@troopers.state.ny.us  

Please include your name, address and telephone number

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#2 Lori Davis

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 01:53 PM

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Missing mom's van found near Jamestown
Updated: Oct 30, 2008 05:36 PM EDT

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) Investigators in the Southern Tier say they have located the van belonging to a missing mother from Ashville a short distance from her home.

Police found the empty 2005 Blue Dodge Caravan belonging to Corrie Anderson in a wooded area south of Jamestown.  There was no sign of the missing woman.

The southern tier mother was last at a car dealership in Jamestown. At that time she was wearing black corduroy pants and a black leather jacket.

State Police ask that anyone with information about this investigation call 716-665-3113.

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 05:17 PM

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What Happened to Missing Mom? Police Need Your Help!

YouNewsâ„¢Story Published: Oct 30, 2008 at 7:15 PM EDT
Story Updated: Oct 30, 2008 at 7:47 PM EDT
By Patrick Taney

Ashville, N.Y. (WKBW)- Police have located the van belonging to a missing mother from Ashville but there is still no sign of 36 year old Corrie Anderson.

Community members continue a widespread search for the woman. The Ashville native was last seen Tuesday at 1:10 pm. She was visiting a friend at Lake County Dodge in Jamestown, N.Y. Family members grew concerned when the dedicated mother never showed up to pick up a child at school. Corrie's van was found in a rural area south of Jamestown-- but police still do not know where Anderson is.

State police are considering her case very unusual and suspicious. Family members and friends say she never would have taken off voluntarily and are concerned for her safety.

Fliers with her photo and information have been posted throughout the Western New York and Southern Tier area.

Anyone with information is asked to call New York State Police Troop A at 716-665-3113. You can also click on this link for more information : www.troopers.state.ny.us

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Posted 31 October 2008 - 07:49 PM

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New clues in search for missing mom

Updated: Oct 31, 2008 12:07 PM CDT

BUSTI, N.Y. (WIVB) - There are new clues in the search for a missing mother of three from the southern tier.

Police are focusing their search in the Town of Busti Friday noon.

That's where they found Corrie Anderson's van.

In a field located South of Jamestown...

"An individual contacted us and advised us that he observed the van that matched the description."

New York State Police found Corrie Anderson's van off of Kortwright Road in the Town of Busti, no signs of Anderson, though.

Forensic experts are now examining the vehicle for evidence.

Friday, the Chatauqua County District Attorney tells News 4 more agencies are being used in the area where the van was spotted.

New York State Police Major Christopher Cummings said, "We're still investigating and we're still appealing to the public and media if you have information."

Pictures, posters, and information about Anderson are constant reminders of the baffling disappearance.

Anderson's family knew something was off when the 36-year-old didn't pick up her son from school Tuesday.

Police say she was last seen leaving a dealership in Jamestown.

Jamestown resident Mary Smith said, "It's really scary that something like that could happen in such a small community."

Jamestown resident Danni Johnson said, "It's a really scary feeling and weird, makes me nervous walking around by myself."

Jamestown resident Bob Keefe said, "There's been a lot of stuff going on in Jamestown with the Bindics case and Boule case. It's a real shock."

Bob Keefe is referring to two other well known disappearances involving women from Jamestown.

But State Police aren't connecting them and don't think they're related to the Anderson case.

Here's the number to State Police in Jamestown: 665-3113.

Family and friends are holding a prayer vigil this Saturday night at the Lakewood Baptist Church.

It starts at 7:00.

Police searched Anderson's ex husband's house.

Officials won't disclose the nature of their relationship and whether he is considered a suspect.



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Posted 01 November 2008 - 05:22 AM

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Police Search Area Where Anderson’s Van Was Found

By Robert Rizzuto rrizzuto@post-journal.com
POSTED: November 1, 2008

BUSTI - New York State Police spent much of the day Friday searching state land in Busti, less than 24 hours after a van belonging to missing Ashville woman Corrie Anderson was found in a field off Kortwright Road.

Chautauqua County District Attorney David Foley, who is handling all comments for the case, said the van has been taken to Batavia for further investigation.

''The state police will be conducting an exhaustive forensic search of the vehicle,'' he said. ''We are hopeful it will turn up some clues.''

Investigators searched a Celoron home Thursday evening, taking the occupant into custody for a period of time then releasing him.

Foley said he couldn't comment on the man's identity.

Anderson's van was found after a citizen called police, first thinking it may belong to hunters. Once police arrived, they quickly determined it was Ms. Anderson's vehicle and a cursory search of the area began.

The van was found on what Foley described as a ''farm road,'' which was grassy and leading toward a gas well.

''The van was not visible from the road,'' he said. ''It was past a gas well down the trail beyond a peak. It's fortunate we were able to recover it.''

As of Friday afternoon, police were still conducting interviews of family members and other people who know Ms. Anderson.

The search in Busti is being conducted on a grid-by-grid basis, but since it is a sprawling 447 acres of heavily wooded terrain, law enforcement are asking hunters who might be in the area to keep an open eye.

''Since hunting season has begun, we are asking hunters who see anything that looks suspicious to call the state police,'' Foley said. ''We are still treating this as a missing person's investigation and my office is assisting by making sure all proper procedures are followed.''

The 36-year-old mother of three was last seen in Jamestown leaving the Lake County Dodge car dealership on Washington Street on Tuesday afternoon. State police said she was not getting work done on her van, only stopping by to visit with a friend.

She later missed a parent/teacher conference and never picked up her 6-year-old son from school, prompting her mother to notify police.

Ms. Anderson has green eyes and chin-length blond hair. She is about 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire-rimmed glasses.

Family and friends will hold a community prayer vigil at 7 p.m. tonight at the Lakewood Baptist Church.

Anyone with information about Ms. Anderson's whereabouts is asked to call the state police in Jamestown at 716-665-3113.

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 06:07 AM

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Vigil held for missing Ashville mother

By ROBERT RIZZUTO POSTED: November 2, 2008


A photo of Ashville woman Corrie Anderson, missing since Oct. 28, is projected onto the wall of Lakewood Baptist Church Saturday evening during a prayer vigil in her honor. Chautauqua County District Attorney David Foley said the case is being treated as a missing person’s case under suspicious circumstances.

Friends, family members and neighbors of missing Ashville mother Corrie Anderson gathered alongside strangers Saturday evening for a prayer vigil at Lakewood Baptist Church.

Soft sobs and firm hugs were shared, along with hopes and prayers that Anderson would return home safely soon.

''I don't know a lot of the people here tonight, but I know you're here because you care,'' said Pastor Dan Cook of Lakewood Baptist Church. ''We are all here to reach out, to pray for strength from God.''

The people who filled the room broke into small groups and together prayed for Anderson's family to have strength, for the missing mom's protection and for law enforcement to find the clue that leads them to her.

''Let us pray that the angels of God will surround Corrie at this time and lift her up and protect her,'' Cook said. ''We should also pray for law enforcement, for their personal safety and wisdom to make the right decisions.''

Lt. Jim Quattrone of the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department was also present Saturday, providing the group with an update about the case.

''The New York State Police, along with every law enforcement agency in the county, are doing everything they can to bring Corrie home safely,'' he said. ''The State Police were searching another area a while ago but had no solid leads. They will continue again at daybreak.''

He explained that rumors in the community have the potential to steer the investigation off course and urged everyone not to repeat them.

''There is a lot of disinformation out there,'' Quattrone said, ''but you can trust what comes from the State Police spokesperson.''

He also said that at this time, there are no plans to organize a community search party, but that may be a possibility in the future.

Anderson was last seen leaving the Lake County Dodge car dealership on Washington Street at 1:10 p.m. Oct. 28 after stopping by to say 'hello' to a friend. Her 2005 blue Dodge Caravan was found Thursday, on a trail between a field and wooded area off of Kortwright Road in Busti.

The van has since been taken to Batavia, where it is undergoing a forensic search, and law enforcement agencies have been searching the woods daily to find clues.

Chautauqua County District Attorney David Foley has said Ms. Anderson's disappearance is considered a missing person's case under suspicious circumstances.

Anderson has green eyes and chin-length blond hair. She is about 5 feet, 11 inches tall, and weighs 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire-rimmed glasses.

Anyone with information about Ms. Anderson's whereabouts is asked to call the state police in Jamestown at 665-3113.



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Posted 03 November 2008 - 05:09 PM

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Updated: Nov 2, 2008 07:12 PM EST

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) - Crews continue to comb the southern tier for any signs of a missing mother of three.

36-year-old Corrie Anderson hasn't been seen since Tuesday.

Investigators tell News 4 they are interviewing her friends and acquaintances, and following up on tips.

Police are also broadening the search area near her home in the Town of Busti.

They found Anderson's dark blue 2005 Dodge Caravan Thursday afternoon less than a mile from her house.

They are asking anyone who saw the van on Tuesday to call State Police at Jamestown at 716-665-3113.

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Posted 04 November 2008 - 03:11 PM

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The Search for Missing Mother of Three Corrie Anderson

I was on the scene in Jamestown, N.Y. today looking into the case of 36-year-old Corrie L. Anderson, a southern-tier mother of three who went missing early last week.

According to police, Corrie was last seen on the afternoon of October 28, leaving the Lake County Dodge dealership on Washington Street in Jamestown. Family members reported Corrie missing later that day when she failed to pick up her 6-year-old son from school. Investigators with the New York State Police opened a file on the case and issued an APB (all points bulletin) for Corrie's blue 2005 Dodge Caravan, New York license number CX404.

"We're appealing to people who have large parking lots... hotels or motels that this vehicle could be left abandoned where it wouldn't soon be noticed, so if people can, please check lots to see if any vehicles were left abandoned," State Police Major Christopher Cummings told WIVB.com.

On October 30, a hunter discovered Corey's car abandoned at a gas well off of Kortwright Road in the town of Busti.

"I was working outside, when an old fellow I know came walking out of the woods and said that he had found the woman's car on my property," the landowner, who does not wish to be identified, told Investigation Discovery. "He said he did not want any part of it, so I took my farmhand up there to have a look. The van was just past the gas well, out of site from the road. I walked up to it and looked inside, but I did not see anyone or any sign of trouble. We compared the license plate numbers to the one listed in the paper, and sure enough, it was her car. I phoned the police and within an hour they had the whole area cordoned off."

State police recovered the vehicle from the field, and sent it to Batavia for forensic testing.

That night, investigators searched the Celoron, N.Y. home of Corrie's second husband, Kenneth Anderson. It should be noted that several outlets are reporting that the Andersons are divorced; however, neighbors with whom I spoke said that their divorce had not yet been finalized.

Investigators reportedly questioned Anderson for several hours; however, what – if anything – they learned is unknown. Police have not called Anderson a suspect or person of interest in his wife's disappearance.

Getting back to the location where the car was found, the property owner said that it is not unusual for people to go onto his property to hunt or target shoot. He said he did not see any unusual activity in the area in the days leading up to the discovery of the car; however he did point out that the location is only a half-mile walk through the woods to Corrie's house, which is situated just across the road from the Wellman State Forest – a 447-acre state park. Driving distance from the location the car was found to her home is roughly two miles.

Corrie and Kenneth Anderson had lived together in the house prior to their breakup, which occurred about two years ago. Corrie reportedly had one child with Kenneth and two children with her first husband.

The property owner said he knew Kenneth personally and that, in previous years, he had allowed him to hunt on his property.

There was one other interesting tidbit that the property owner shared with me; however, I have not yet been able to verify it. He said that in the weeks leading up to Corrie's disappearance, someone had broken into her house and rearranged her furniture. He said he was told that nothing was stolen, but that the incident had frightened her. He also recalled a recent incident in which someone had allegedly threatened her with a gun.

In a recent statement to the media, Lt. Jim Quattrone of the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department warned the public that there are a lot of "rumors" and "disinformation" out there. As a result, I took the information I was given to the authorities for verification; however, they had "no comment." Hence, the validity of the land owner's statements remains unclear.

During the past week, multiple agencies have been involved in the search for Corrie. Authorities say that have used ATV's, helicopters and cadaver sniffing dogs to help them clear areas of interest. At this time there are no plans to organize a community search party.

When asked by a reporter from WIVB.com if there appears to be foul play, Chautauqua County District Attorney David Foley replied, "Well, we can't rule it out, so I think, from my perspective, we treat it as though there has been foul play."

On Saturday, friends and family members held a prayer vigil for Corrie at the Lakewood Baptist Church.

''I don't know a lot of the people here tonight, but I know you're here because you care,'' said Pastor Dan Cook of Lakewood Baptist Church. ''We are all here to reach out, to pray for strength from God. Let us pray that the angels of God will surround Corrie at this time and lift her up and protect her. We should also pray for law enforcement, for their personal safety and wisdom to make the right decisions.''

Corrie has been employed as a part-time technical assistant at Jamestown Community College's Hultquist Library. According to Nelson J. Garifi, Jr., a spokesperson for the college, Corrie started working there in 2005.

''We are giving our full cooperation to those investigating Corrie's disappearance. We are keeping her family and friends, as well as her colleagues in the library, in our thoughts as we pray that Corrie will return home safely soon," Garifi said in an interview with Post-Journal.com.

Corrie Anderson is 5-foot-11, 170 pounds, with green eyes and blond hair. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket, and small wire-rimmed glasses.

Friends or family members of Corrie are asked to contact David Lohr via e-mail. Anyone with information regarding her disappearance or whereabouts is asked to call the State Police at (716) 665-3113.



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Police Search For Missing Mother in Ellery
By Robert Rizzuto
Nov 5th 2008

ELLERY — New York State Police along with several other law enforcement agencies are searching a plot of land in Ellery on Wednesday as they continue the investigation into missing Ashville mother Corrie Anderson.

Her van was found in a remote location in Busti last Thursday and police have been searching throughout the area ever since.

More information will be included in Thursday's edition of The Post-Journal.

Corrie Anderson has been missing since Tuesday, Oct. 28. Anyone with information is asked to call N.Y. State Police at (716) 665-3113.

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Search centers on Ellery property for missing Chautauqua County woman
11/05/08 10:10 AM

About 60 people from the State Police and three other agencies in Chautauqua County this morning launched an intensive search of a Town of Ellery property looking for any evidence connected to the disappearance of Corrie L. Anderson, the missing Ashville woman.

Relatives reported Anderson missing more than a week ago after she failed to pick up her young child from school. Authorities have said that would be very unusual for the 36-year-old mother of three children.

Today's search party included state troopers, Chautauqua County sheriff's deputies, forest rangers and Department of Environmental Conservation officers. They fanned out this morning on some property belonging to Anderson's family.

"Today we're continuing our search for Corrie Anderson, hoping to find her or recover any evidence," State Police public information officer Rebecca Gibbons said at mid-morning. "At this point, we don't have any new information regarding her whereabouts."

The discovery of Anderson's van in a remote area Thursday night led law-enforcement officials to be fearful that she was the victim of foul play.

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Posted 07 November 2008 - 04:03 AM

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No leads on search for missing woman
By Robert Rizzuto POSTED: November 7, 2008

BUSTI- Despite persistent rumors throughout the community Thursday that law enforcement officials had located missing Ashville mother Corrie Anderson, authorities say it simply isn't true and they are continuing their search today.

''Nothing new has happened and we are continuing the search for Ms. Anderson,'' said New York State Trooper Rebecca Gibbons, public information officer for the case. ''We start early in the morning and work as long as we can.''

Much of Thursday was spent searching the wooded areas around the Wellman State Forest in Busti, not far from where Ms. Anderson lived on Wellman Road.

Crews from the New York State Police, Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department, Lakewood-Busti Police, New York State Forest Rangers and Department of Environmental Conservation are contributing manpower and specific skill sets to locate the missing woman.

Ms. Anderson was last seen at 1:10 p.m., Oct. 28, leaving the Lake County Dodge car dealership on Washington Street in Jamestown.

Her van was found Oct. 30, on a trail past a gas well off of Kortwright Road in Busti, not far from her home on Wellman Road. The van was taken to Batavia for evidence collection, and, since then, authorities have been searching several wooded areas in Chautauqua County and Pennsylvania looking for clues and Ms. Anderson.

''I know that everyone involved with the investigation and the search understand how important it is to find Corrie as soon as possible for the sake of her family and the community,'' State Police Capt. Timothy Talley said in a recent interview with The Post-Journal. '' We will leave no stone unturned.''

Ms. Anderson has green eyes and chin-length blond hair. She is about 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire-rimmed glasses.

Anyone with information about Ms. Anderson or her whereabouts is asked to call the state police at 716-665-3113.

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Search Continues For Missing Ashville Woman
By Robert Rizzuto rrizzuto@post-journal.com POSTED: November 7, 2008

Ms. Anderson was last seen at 1:10 p.m., Oct. 28, leaving the Lake County Dodge car dealership on Washington Street in Jamestown. Ms. Anderson has green eyes and chin-length blond hair. She is about 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire-rimmed glasses.

Anyone with information about Ms. Anderson or her whereabouts is asked to call the state police at 665-3113.
BUSTI- Despite persistent rumors throughout the community Thursday that law enforcement officials had located missing Ashville mother Corrie Anderson, authorities say it simply isn't true and they are continuing their search today.

''Nothing new has happened and we are continuing the search for Ms. Anderson,'' said New York State Trooper Rebecca Gibbons, public information officer for the case. ''We start early in the morning and work as long as we can.''

Much of Thursday was spent searching the wooded areas around the Wellman State Forest in Busti, not far from where Ms. Anderson lived on Wellman Road.

Crews from the New York State Police, Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department, Lakewood-Busti Police, New York State Forest Rangers and Department of Environmental Conservation are contributing manpower and specific skill sets to locate the missing woman.

Ms. Anderson was last seen at 1:10 p.m., Oct. 28, leaving the Lake County Dodge car dealership on Washington Street in Jamestown.

Her van was found Oct. 30, on a trail past a gas well off of Kortwright Road in Busti, not far from her home on Wellman Road. The van was taken to Batavia for evidence collection, and, since then, authorities have been searching several wooded areas in Chautauqua County and Pennsylvania looking for clues and Ms. Anderson.

''I know that everyone involved with the investigation and the search understand how important it is to find Corrie as soon as possible for the sake of her family and the community,'' State Police Capt. Timothy Talley said in a recent interview with The Post-Journal. '' We will leave no stone unturned.''

Ms. Anderson has green eyes and chin-length blond hair. She is about 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire-rimmed glasses.

Anyone with information about Ms. Anderson or her whereabouts is asked to call the state police at 716-665-3113.

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 05:10 AM

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Deer hunters urged to help in search for missing TRF woman
James Johnson Grand Forks Herald
Published Friday, November 07, 2008

Investigators are waiting for skies to clear before resuming an aerial search for a missing Thief River Falls woman.

Gina Lin Anderson last was seen Oct. 23 driving away from her home in a yellow 2002 Pontiac Sunfire, Minnesota license plate 224AEA. Her family said she left without her purse, ID, credit cards or money. Thief River Falls police said there’s still no evidence to suspect foul play.

The National Weather Service forecasts skies to clear up Sunday. Once the ceiling lifts, the Civil Air Patrol will resume the search from the sky. Investigators are urging deer hunters this weekend to report any sign of Anderson or her car.

“We’ve had a lot of rain, no snow, low clouds,” investigator Jim Van Schaick said. “We’re kind of halfway relying on hunters. We’re not organizing any widespread ground search unless there’s evidence or something to check.”

Anderson is described as blond with blue eyes, 5 feet 4 inches, 160 pounds, last seen wearing a pink, black and white “Castle” racing jacket.

Van Schaick said Minnesota’s Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has been working with investigators daily and that surrounding counties also have been in daily communication.

“We’re almost at the point of grasping,” Van Schaick said. “We have no leads to bring us anything firm.”

Anyone with information should call the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office at (218) 681-6161.

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Anderson Family Speaks Out
Family Reflects On Time Since Corrie Went Missing

By Robert Rizzuto rrizzuto@post-journal.com POSTED: November 15, 2008

''This is like living a nightmare every day.''

''One minute life is good and you're happy, and the next minute your whole world is turned upside down,'' said Vicki Acquisto, the mother of missing local woman Corrie Anderson. ''You just never know what tomorrow is going to bring. ''

Ms. Anderson's family has felt sick since their loved one disappeared Oct. 28.

On Friday, they wanted to let people know Ms. Anderson isn't just some missing lady, but rather a missing mom, daughter, sister and best friend.

''If I ever had a problem or needed to talk, Corrie is the first one I would call,'' said Autumn Boardman, Ms. Anderson's younger sister. ''She's my shoulder to cry on, the one to share exciting news with and someone I laugh with. She's my best friend and I can't imagine her not being here. This is like living a nightmare every day.''

In response to the question some people have asked, as to whether she just left, the family said the possibility was never an option because of who Ms. Anderson is at heart, and how she lives her life.

Ms. Anderson has two teenage daughters and a 6-year-old son. Her whole world revolves around her children, her sister explained. She serves as a room mother for her 6-year-old son Zachary's class and as an Awana Youth Group Leader through the Lakewood Baptist Church, which she attends.

Ms. Acquisto said the older children have a better handle on the situation than their younger brother.

''Her two teenage daughters understand better than Zachary, who is only 6,'' she said. ''I think the hardest thing for them is hearing all the rumors at school. Zachary prays for his mom to come home every night.''

Her mother explained that since Corrie has been missing, there is a hole in the family and their hearts that nothing can mend but her safe return.

''We did everything together,'' Ms. Acquisto said of her time spent with her two daughters. ''We'd go grocery shopping, go to craft festivals; we were just always together.''

Ms. Boardman said that the other day, she found herself dialing her sister's phone number, as if reality had shifted, only for a moment.

During this trying time for the family, Ms. Acquisto said she has often thought about other local families whose lives have taken a similar unexpected turn in the past.

''I keep thinking about Yolanda Bindics and Lori Bova's families and I know how they feel,'' she said. ''Without this happening to you, it is hard to imagine, but I know and understand that deep pain.''

Ms. Anderson's older brother, Scott Barker, said he knows that the Bova and Bindics families have been through a lot since their loved one disappeared, and that he hasn't thought about anything but finding his sister since she went missing.

''Every minute of every day, finding her is the one thing I think about,'' he said. ''Our family has been up early and searched on our own in Chautauqua and Warren counties every single day since she disappeared. Someone has to know or have seen something and we are praying that no matter how small the piece of information might be, they call the state police because it might be the one thing that helps us find her.''

When Ms. Anderson was reported missing on Tuesday, Oct. 28, it was only hours after she failed to pick up her son from school and meet with the teacher to plan the class Halloween party.

Since then, the New York State Police along with virtually every other law enforcement agency in the area, including the FBI and the Pennsylvania State Police across the border, have conducted extensive searches of wooded areas where they though Ms. Anderson might be.

Her 2005 Dodge Caravan was found Oct. 30 on an access road off of Kortwright Road not far from her home on Wellman Road. The van has since been sent to Batavia where police searched it for evidence which may prove helpful to the ongoing criminal investigation.

Ms. Anderson is a resident of Busti, but her mailing address is technically Ashville. Her home, where she has lived since 2005, is less than a mile from the Pennsylvania border.

Her brother said that while making his way through Sugar Grove, Pa., to post flyers about his sister, he was surprised to find that some people didn't realize that the state line is just that; an invisible line.

''Some people might not think she was a part of their community because she lives in New York, but she is their neighbor too,'' Barker said. ''We ask that as hunters go out into the woods, that they pay special attention to anything unusual, especially pine groves or large brush piles, where she might have went to take refuge from the elements.''

Ms. Anderson's family members all say they believe she is indeed alive and waiting to be found and rescued. Ms. Acquisto also said her mother's intuition is telling her that her daughter is alive and scared.

A community search is being organized with direction provided by the New York State Police and more information will be available next week.

A fund has been established by Hultquist Library staff members at Jamestown Community College to assist the family of Corrie Anderson with ongoing expenses.

Donations can be delivered to Cheryl Swart at the Hultquist Library circulation desk or sent directly to Affinity One Federal Credit Union (formerly MRC), 545 E. Second St., Jamestown, N.Y. Checks should be made out to the Corrie Anderson Family Fund.

Ms. Anderson has green eyes and chin-length blond hair. She is about 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire-rimmed glasses.

Anyone with any information about Ms. Anderson or her whereabouts is asked to call the state police at 716-665-3113.

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Hunters asked to look for missing Jamestown woman

11/15/08

CHAUTAUQUA — Corrie L. Anderson’s family gathered Friday to ask deer hunters entering the woods this weekend to join in the search for the missing mother of three.

And if someone abducted the 36-year-old Chautauqua County woman, Vicki Acquisto made an emotional appeal on her daughter’s behalf:

“Please let her go, please let her come home. Her kids are waiting for her. We all love her and want her back home,” the tearful mother pleaded.

Anderson never showed to pick up her 6-year-old son at the end of the school day Oct. 28.

The family met individually with reporters Friday on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution to make the appeal and acquaint the public with the missing woman they say is a devoted mother and would never run away from her responsibilities.

Her name now is added to a frightful list that includes three other Chautauqua County women who have disappeared over the years, with two later found dead, and no one brought to justice.

• Yolanda Bindics, a 25-year-old Jamestown mother of four, disappeared Aug. 10, 2004. Her car was found a day later. Her skeletal remains were found Sept. 10, 2006, by target shooters practicing in a densely wooded area on state forest land in the town of Charlotte.

• Lori Ceci Bova, 26, has been missing for 11 years. She was last seen walking away from her apartment in Lakewood, a village just outside Jamestown.

• Kathy A. Wilson, 34, of Jamestown, took a lunch break from her job in May 1988 and never was heard from again. Her body was found 16 months later in a wooded area in Warren, Pa. The man accused of kidnapping and murdering her was later acquitted.

“My heart goes out to those families. If you haven’t been in it, you really don’t know the pain,” Acquisto said, wanting to let the families of the other women know that they are not forgotten.

Anderson’s dark blue 2005 Dodge Caravan was found Oct. 30 parked behind a knoll in a hay field about 100 yards off Kortwright Road, which is approximately 1.3 miles from her ranch home on Wellman Road in the Town of Busti.

Ever since then, family members and state police have been out every day searching the forests for any trace of Anderson, who was described as a church-going woman who enjoys baking and working with young people.

The day she disappeared, in fact, she was on her way to her son Zachary’s class, where she is a room mother, to discuss planning a Halloween party. She never arrived for the 3:15 p.m. meeting.

Anderson is soft-spoken and easygoing, according to her younger sister, Autumn Boardman of Stow.

Employed for the last 3 1/2 years as a library technician at Jamestown Community College, Anderson has medium-length blond hair, is 5 foot 11 inches, 170 pounds and athletic looking. Mike Samuelson, her boyfriend, who joined the family Friday, said he and Anderson planned to marry next summer or fall.

She had been married but left her husband about two years ago. Anderson was introduced to Samuelson by Boardman’s husband last December and they immediately hit it off and began dating, Samuelson said.

Authorities are treating her disappearance as a criminal matter because of Anderson’s close ties to the community, according to Chautauqua County District Attorney David W. Foley.

Anderson’s older brother, Scott Barker, appealed to fellow hunters to be vigilant in looking for clues and also to be careful because large numbers of community volunteers will soon begin widespread searches.

“Corrie was a pretty smart outdoors person who would have taken shelter in blinds or cabins or even trash piles to get out of the weather,” he said.

Should anyone discover anything suspicious, the family asked that the scene not be disturbed and that police be called.

It has snowed twice since Anderson was reported missing. And at times, Barker has trudged through the woods in foot-deep snow, which is now melted.

“There’s a group of our family, five or six, who go out every day. They leave at seven when it gets light out and come back when it’s dark,” Acquisto said. She added she and the rest of her family are grateful to authorities who also have been searching.

Anderson lived across the road from a state forest and would take her children hiking there. She and Samuelson also went bicycling with her children, Kaitlyn, 17; Shannon, 15, and Zachary.

It has been particularly difficult for Kaitlyn and Shannon. “The older two have heard all the rumors going around and have to deal with it,” Acquisto said. “You name it, it’s out there. That she’s tied to a tree, run away or been found dead in the backyard.”

But those rumors are nonsense to the family.

Autumn Boardman said she spoke with her older sister every day, including the day she disappeared, and that her sister sounded in good spirits.

“I called her at noon that day. She was upbeat. I called to let her know something was on sale and she said she was just thinking about that,” Boardman said.

The family also said Anderson’s father, Timothy L. Barker, who lives in Florida, has been helping long distance, providing information from the Internet to them on a daily basis.

And as for Anderson’s youngest child, he is staying at his grandmother’s house. Every night before he goes to bed, Zachary offers a prayer.

“He prays his mom will come home safe,” Acquisto said.

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Search for S.Tier woman suspended
Reward offered in search for Corrie Anderson

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JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -
A reward is being offered for anyone who can lead authorities to a missing southern tier mother.

Crime Stoppers from Warren County Pennsylvania and the Greater Buffalo Metropolitan area announced the reward offering on Friday in connection with the disappearance of Corrie Anderson from Busti, New York. Details of the reward will be revealed at Friday afternoon press conference.

The announcement comes just as local law enforcement agencies suspended their search for Anderson who was last seen on October 28, 2008.

Captain Timothy Talley of the New York State Police said that although the search was halted, the investigation into Corrie Anderson?s disappearance is continuting.

''A couple different things factored into this decision,'' Talley said. ''It was primarily the snowfall and the danger of putting a large number of civilians into the woods when hunting season is in full swing.''

Anyone in Pennsylvania with information may contact:
Warren County Crime Stoppers @ 1-800-83-CRIME or 814-712-3600

Anyone in Greater Buffalo may contact:
Greater Buffalo Crime Stoppers @ 716-225-8712

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State Police: Cash reward for information leading to location of Corrie Anderson
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November 21, 2008 - 12:43pm

A few weeks ago, The Batavian reported on the search for Corrie Anderson, who was last seen in Jamestown on October 28. Earlier today, we picked up an article from the Jamestown Post-Journal that said police would be postponing the search for Anderson due to hazardous conditions.

We then received the following press release from the state police:

The Warren County Crime Stoppers in Pennsylvania and the Greater Buffalo Metropolitan Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for any information leading to the location of Corrie Anderson from Busti, New York.  Ms. Anderson was last since on October 28, 2008 leaving the Lake County Dodge in the City of Jamestown.  Ms. Anderson is described as a white female, 5’11’’ tall, 170 pounds, blonde shoulder length hair and green eyes.  She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and glasses.  Ms. Anderson lives outside of Jamestown and is known to frequent Pennsylvania.  Her disappearance is considered suspicious and the New York State Police have had an ongoing investigation since she was reported missing.  A photo of Ms. Anderson is available on our website at www.troopers.state.ny.us.

Anyone in Pennsylvania with information may contact the Warren County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-83-CRIME; outside of Pennsylvania they may call (814) 728-3600.  The Greater Buffalo Crime Stoppers may be reached at (716) 856-5600.  Callers may remain anonymous.

New York State Police Senior Investigator Greg Holt will be available today at 2:00 P.M. at SP Jamestown for a press conference regarding the reward.  Please contact Trooper Gibbons at (716) 225-8712 if you plan to attend.

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Reward offered for information on missing county woman
By ROBERT RIZZUTO
POSTED: November 22, 2008

Although there are many reasons someone may not call in a tip to law enforcement, the New York State Police are hoping a financial incentive will generate solid information as to the whereabouts of missing local mother Corrie Anderson.

Senior State Police Investigator Greg Holt said the case is now connected with two organizations that provide rewards for information crucial to investigations.

''We have coordinated with the greater Buffalo Metropolitan Crime Stoppers and the Warren County, Pa., Crime Stoppers with the hopes that someone comes forward and gives us the information we need to find Ms. Anderson,'' Holt said. ''The reward isn't a set amount but can be collected anonymously. It hinges upon the information helping us locate Ms. Anderson.''

The investigation is ongoing, and Holt said they are looking at a number of possibilities as well as people for answers.

''At this time, there haven't been any developments that lead us to one particular person,'' he said. ''We want hunters, hikers, snowmobilers and anyone who may be out in the woods to keep an eye out for anything suspicious. If you're out there, please remember that there is a woman missing.''

Ms. Anderson, a mother of three, was last seen Oct. 28 after visiting a friend at the Lake County Dodge dealership on Washington Street in Jamestown.

She was reported missing only a few hours later when she failed to pick up her son from school and meet with the teacher to plan the class Halloween party.

Since then, state police, along with virtually every other law enforcement agency in the area, including the FBI and the Pennsylvania State Police, have conducted extensive searches of wooded areas where they thought Ms. Anderson might be located.

Her 2005 Dodge Caravan was found Oct. 30 on an access road off of Kortwright Road not far from her home on Wellman Road. The van has since been sent to Batavia where police searched it for evidence which may prove helpful to the criminal investigation.

Ms. Anderson has green eyes and chin-length blond hair. She is about 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire-rimmed glasses.

Anyone with any information about Ms. Anderson or her whereabouts is asked to call the state police at 716-665-3113, the Greater Buffalo Crime Stoppers at 716-856-5600, or the Warren County Crime Stoppers at 800-83-CRIME.

All calls will be kept confidential and rewards can be collected anonymously.

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MISSING WOMAN: Search is still on for missing Jamestown mother
Published: November 22, 2008 01:11 am           
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Crime Stoppers groups from both New York and Pennsylvania are crossing state lines and joining together to offer a cash reward for information about a missing mother of three from the Southern Tier.

Corrie Anderson, 36, of Busti, was last seen Oct. 28, leaving the Lake County Dodge in the City of Jamestown.

Anderson missed a meeting at 3:15 p.m. that day and did not pick up her son from school. Family members told investigators it was unusual for Anderson to disappear, and the New York State Police consider her disappearance suspicious.

Anderson is described as a white female, 5 feet, 11 inches tall, 170 pounds, with blonde, shoulder-length hair and green eyes. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and glasses.

Anderson is known to frequent Pennsylvania.

The Warren County Crime Stoppers in Pennsylvania and the Greater Buffalo Metropolitan Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for any information leading to Anderson’s location.

Anyone in Pennsylvania with information is asked to contact the Warren County Crime Stoppers at 1 (800) 83-CRIME, and anyone outside of Pennsylvania can reach them at (814) 728-3600.

The Greater Buffalo Crime Stoppers can be reached at 716-856-5600. Callers may remain anonymous.

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Web site established for missing woman

November 29, 2008

BUSTI - After a sad Thanksgiving without their loved one, the family of missing local mother Corrie Anderson is taking active steps to encourage her safe return.

At a news conference at Ms. Anderson's home Friday, the family announced that they have established a Web site and a reward for information about her whereabouts or the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for her disappearance.

This reward is in addition to those being offered by the Greater Buffalo Area and Warren County Crime Stoppers, as announced by the New York State Police last week.

''Its been one month since Corrie was taken from us and we just want her back,'' said Autumn Boardman, Ms. Anderson's sister. ''Corrie's family and friends have developed this reward fund with the hopes that someone will come forward, even anonymously, to share what they know.''

Ms. Anderson, a mother of three, was last seen Oct. 28 after visiting a friend at the Lake County Dodge dealership on Washington Street in Jamestown.

She was reported missing only a few hours later when she failed to pick up her son from school and meet his teacher to plan the class Halloween party.

Since then, state police, along with virtually every other law enforcement agency in the area, including the FBI and the Pennsylvania State Police, have conducted extensive searches of wooded areas where they thought Ms. Anderson might be located, but to no avail.

Her 2005 Dodge Caravan was found Oct. 30 on an access road off of Kortwright Road not far from her home on Wellman Road. The van has since been sent to Batavia where police searched it for evidence which may prove helpful to the ongoing criminal investigation.

Ms. Anderson's second husband's home in Celoron was searched shortly after the van was found but he has not been named a person of interest in the case. According to family, they have been separated for more than two years.

A community search was planned but has since been postponed in lieu of the winter weather and the ongoing hunting season.

As Ms. Anderson's family gathered in the garage of her Wellman Road home Friday, the mood was as somber as the air was cold.

''At Thanksgiving dinner, there was an empty seat at the table and things just weren't the same. Her kids miss her and we miss her,'' Ms. Boardman said. ''We spend every holiday together and I'm missing her today because we used to go early bird shopping together.''

Ms. Boardman and Vicki Acquisto, Ms. Anderson's mother, said they still believe she is alive and just want whoever might be holding her to let her go.

''We think she was taken by someone that knows her and I believe she is still alive and being held against her will,'' Mrs. Acquisto said. ''Corrie is a fighter and has a strong faith, and that has to be what's getting her through this.''

Ms. Boardman added, ''We are praying that whoever took her has a change of heart and gets over their fear.''

The family said that New York State Police have kept them in the loop about the investigation, and that since the crime stoppers rewards became available, tips have been coming in steadily.

Although family members said they appreciate that law enforcement agencies have devoted so much time and effort to the case, they still fear it may go the same way as similar cases in the county's past.

''We're satisfied with everything they have done,'' Ms. Boardman said, ''but we are praying it doesn't become just another unsolved case.''

Ms. Anderson has green eyes and chin-length blond hair. She is about 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing black corduroy pants, a black leather jacket and small, wire-rimmed glasses.

Anyone with any information about Ms. Anderson or her whereabouts is asked to call the state police at 665-3113, the Greater Buffalo Crime Stoppers at 856-5600, or the Warren County Crime Stoppers at 800-83-CRIME.

All calls will be kept confidential and rewards can be collected anonymously.

The family has established the Web site, www.findcorrie.com so the public can sign up to assist the family in a future search and get updates directly from the family.

Mike Samuelson, Ms. Anderson's partner of almost a year, said that he misses her and wants her back.

''We have a lot of plans for the future,'' he said, ''and I intend for them to happen.''


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