UVA Police Searching for Missing Woman

UVA Police Searching for Missing Woman

There are 40 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Oct 18, 2009, titled UVA Police Searching for Missing Woman. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

The University of Virginia Police Department is seeking information that would help locate a missing person.

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July

Culpeper, VA

#1 Oct 19, 2009
I hope that she is found unharmed.
mick mouse

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Oct 19, 2009
This is crazy! i hope she is found alive and safe. Young Females watch out around UVA. There are some strange people hanging around. I was harassed by a man when My daughter attended 5 years ago while unloading the car.
Connieskynyrd

AOL

#3 Oct 19, 2009
Here we go again. Another woman missing. Hope she is okay. What worries me is the murders that are left unsolved. Alicia Reynolds. and the McDaniels girl from Orange that was found dead. there is a murderer on the loose and has been for a long time. These murders have not been solved. Looks like they never will be.
every day joe

Charlottesville, VA

#4 Oct 19, 2009
All hope and prayers are for a SAFE RETURN SOON !!! cops no radar go find the girl !!!
UVa Fan

Charlottesville, VA

#5 Oct 19, 2009
Did she attend the Metallica concert? The warmup bands (not Metallica) spewed a lot of hate and violence in their lyrics?
If she did attend from VT (Blacksburg), was she with "friends" and did she, because of her apparent good looks, get invited "back stage" ? She could be on an extended road trip.

Wherever she is I sincerely hope she is well and unharmed.

“You so dirty baby!!!!”

Since: Nov 08

Verona,VA

#6 Oct 19, 2009
I'm sure that's exactly what it was. All the hate and violence in the warm-up bands lyrics incited someone to take her. It Couldn't have been one of the freaks that call C-ville home could it. I hope she's found safe and sound.
UVa Fan wrote:
Did she attend the Metallica concert? The warmup bands (not Metallica) spewed a lot of hate and violence in their lyrics?
If she did attend from VT (Blacksburg), was she with "friends" and did she, because of her apparent good looks, get invited "back stage" ? She could be on an extended road trip.
Wherever she is I sincerely hope she is well and unharmed.
thedeelio

Crozet, VA

#7 Oct 19, 2009
I hope she is found safe.
Decriminal Marijuana

Radford, VA

#9 Oct 19, 2009
BTW UVa fan...not sure who the warm up bands were, but that is the music, to you it's hate and violence, to them its music....the shirt she was wearing "Pantera" may not be your "brand" of music, but for many it rocks....I would guess that not everyone likes or agrees with David Allen Coe's music either, but he still has many fans
cbunny

Charlottesville, VA

#10 Oct 19, 2009
Decriminal Marijuana wrote:
BTW UVa fan...not sure who the warm up bands were, but that is the music, to you it's hate and violence, to them its music....the shirt she was wearing "Pantera" may not be your "brand" of music, but for many it rocks....I would guess that not everyone likes or agrees with David Allen Coe's music either, but he still has many fans
The problem comes when the stupid take the lyrics too literally. I mean, I love the song "Hate My Life" -- but I don't take it seriously. I actually think its a funny song, and after a bad day at work, listen to it going home and LAUGH. I love Metallica, too, but for some strange reason, their music has a calming effect on me. Plus I love annoying the crap out of the drivers around me on the way home ...
Wayne

Palmyra, VA

#11 Oct 19, 2009
I actually think I remember seeing this girl when I was walking around the arena Saturday night. As far as the bands and their lyrics go, Gojira's music does not spread hate and most of their lyrics talk about their spiritual beliefs and concerns for the environment. It only takes one person who does something bad in the name of heavy music and it is all as a whole seen as "evil" or "violent"

I really hope this girl is found safe. Charlottesville in my opinion is not a dangerous place, but I guess anywhere you go you'll find people who are willing to do harm. Good luck to the authorities and her family for finding her safely.
CvilleGordo

Charlottesville, VA

#12 Oct 19, 2009
mick mouse wrote:
This is crazy! i hope she is found alive and safe. Young Females watch out around UVA. There are some strange people hanging around. I was harassed by a man when My daughter attended 5 years ago while unloading the car.
Oh please!!! There are "some strange people hanging around" on every college campus on the planet. They are called "students" and must be watched carefully.
Rita

United States

#13 Oct 19, 2009
Morgan is a friend of mine, i really apprieciate everyone's concern for her well being, other site's i've been to people have left useless hurtful comments about how it was "her fault" she's missing, so thanks, as to the "violent lyrics" of some of the bands there, Morgan is not the type of person who accually takes that stuff seriously, she just likes loud music, please keep looking and help bring Morgan home!
UVa Fan

Charlottesville, VA

#14 Oct 19, 2009
Rita, were you with her at the Metallica concert? Do you know who was there with her? Would she have gone "back stage" to listen to more loud music? Its doubtful that she went to the concert alone. Who declared her missing? Someone knows something they're not telling. At 20 she is legally an adult and can make her own decisions. We will search and we will find her.
Cville Mom

Charlottesville, VA

#16 Oct 19, 2009
Let us all pray for Morgan's safe return. Helicopters have been flying overhead and I know that I've been keeping my eyes peeled when walking/driving around this area. As for her dress (that I've seen in other posts), sounds perfectly normal and cute for a young woman her age. As for friends with her, I spoke to my two 20 year old's and like they stated, you're friends don't always know when you've just 'slipped out' of a place. Something similar happened to my son and when I inquired about the 'friends' he was with, he told me they didn't know he had left. Again, my prayers are with Morgan and her family.
Realist

South Boston, VA

#17 Oct 19, 2009
Rita, I have to agree w/ UVa Fan here...if you are her friend, then you (and the rest of her friends) need to lay everything out on the table. We'll never find her if the only info we get is "she went to the concert in these clothes"...who saw her last? Was she able to go back stage? Was she intoxicated or high? If so, did you know the people providing it? Does she have any wild tendancies? We need more info...stop worrying if you're going to get her (or yourself) in trouble; this young girl may be in real danger

Since: Aug 09

Orange, VA

#18 Oct 19, 2009
Realist wrote:
Rita, I have to agree w/ UVa Fan here...if you are her friend, then you (and the rest of her friends) need to lay everything out on the table. We'll never find her if the only info we get is "she went to the concert in these clothes"...who saw her last? Was she able to go back stage? Was she intoxicated or high? If so, did you know the people providing it? Does she have any wild tendancies? We need more info...stop worrying if you're going to get her (or yourself) in trouble; this young girl may be in real danger
wow...how do you have the nerve to tell her to stop worrying about getting people in trouble? You don't know anything about either one of them. I think it's a little prejudice to assume because of their age that they were doing anything illegal or harmful, or that they are wild. This is a girl that is concerned about her friend that is missing so what gives you the right to assume that she is hiding something? The real concern is bringing this girl home safe, regardless of how or why she is missing.
thinking free

Charlottesville, VA

#19 Oct 19, 2009
Biting my tongue and hoping for the best, Don't even want to think about what the parents are going through.
Realist

South Boston, VA

#20 Oct 19, 2009
OCJB wrote:
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wow...how do you have the nerve to tell her to stop worrying about getting people in trouble? You don't know anything about either one of them. I think it's a little prejudice to assume because of their age that they were doing anything illegal or harmful, or that they are wild. This is a girl that is concerned about her friend that is missing so what gives you the right to assume that she is hiding something? The real concern is bringing this girl home safe, regardless of how or why she is missing.
Excuse yourself for being a pretentious ****. Unless you have some gift that enables you to know every detail of something when you're provided w/ nothing, then you have to ask the questions I asked. And believe me, any cop working this case who has spoken to the ones who saw her last, are going to ask the same thing. You need to know...was she sober? Was she planning to go to a bar after the show or straight to the car? Where was the car parked? What bar or party would she have been walking to? These are called clues. If someone knows the answer, then perhaps the cops have a direction in which to follow....maybe that comes across a stop light camera or surveillance cameras, etc, etc,...They are not a prejudgements of anyone; they are simply questions seeking more information. And most of the time, friends won't say someone was doing something illegal because they fear the police will bust them instead. If I had any info or tips on this case myself, I'd be out there walking the paths looking for her...but so far, all we have is "She went to the show and this is what she wore."

Are you one of those people who just like to be offended so you can climb up on some soap box and whine? I'll bet so...you're probably on Cville's City Council...go away and let those of us who may actually be able to contribute something help this girl!
citizen

Goode, VA

#21 Oct 19, 2009
Surveillance cameras in the parking lots would cut down on the thefts and more serious crime. Gangs cruise the lots looking for cars that have something in them that can be sold for money to buy drugs. The number of cars driving around this town with plastic and tape covering windows that have been knocked out is amazing.
UVa Fan

Charlottesville, VA

#22 Oct 19, 2009
Rita, as yet you haven't been very helpful. Did she drive a car to the concert by herself or travel with others? If she was driving alone, which route would she have taken back to B-burg? Did she have plans to stay in C-ville for the night or go back to VT immediately after the concert or go somewhere else (north)? As her friend, if she told you about her plans to go to the Metallica concert, she probably shared some of her plans with you. Were her plans to check into a hotel or stay with friends? When were her last cell calls or texting? Has anyone checked her cell-phone for recent activity or called it? Of course, her credit cards will have been checked for activity by now. We need your help to find her.

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