As day two of the search for a missing woman in Chattooga County continues, there is still no sign of the her whereabouts. Chattooga County EMA Director Eddie Henderson told AM 1180 that as of 5:30 Monday evening there was "no trace" of Dixie Brown.
Brown has not been seen since 4:00 AM on Sunday morning when she appeared on a neighbors porch. When the neighbor turned on the porch light to see who was there, Ms. Brown ran away. The last time she was seen she was near the intersection of Dry Creek Road and Haywood Valley Road.
Henderson said that there are many agencies and volunteers that are continuing the search for Ms. Brown this evening. Along with Chattooga EMA, Henderson said that the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Department, Floyd County Sheriff’s Department, Floyd County EMA, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Forrest Service, Chattooga Fire & Rescue, Gore Fire Department, Redmond Regional EMS, Georgia State Patrol, Subligna Fire Department along with other voluteers and agencies are continuing to search for the woman.
The search for the woman is currently centered around a 2 mile radius of a near-by campground in the Haywood Valley area. Henderson said that the search is continuing, but so far no sign of the missing woman. In addition to the local search, officials in Conyers, Georgia have been alerted. Ms. Brown and her husband own a house in Conyers along with the home on Dry Creek Road in Chattooga County.