The Clayton Crescent provides these missing persons bulletins as a community service. Any medical or other personally identifying information comes from law enforcement agencies who issue the alerts. Sometimes there is a lag between the time a person is found and the time we learn about it. It is The Clayton Crescent’s policy to archive a bulletin once law enforcement confirms the person has been found. Some alerts contain police references to a person’s physical or mental health diagnoses because the person may be at increased risk while missing. Any instances of cyberbullying or in-person bullying based on a person’s medical status should be reported to your local law enforcement agency.

To learn more about mental illness, visit https://www.nami.org/
To report human trafficking, visit https://humantraffickinghotline.org/
For LGBTQ+ youth shelter, contact these agencies in Atlanta: https://atlgbtq.atlantaga.gov/housing

MATTIE’S CALL: Yanee Shealey, 16

MATTIE’S CALL: Yanee Shealey, 16

Clayton County Police have issued a Mattie’s Call for Yanee Shealey, 16, of Jonesboro, On Wednesday, April 27, officers responded…

MATTIE’S CALL: Makayla Brown, 12

MATTIE’S CALL: Makayla Brown, 12

Clayton County Police have issued a Mattie’s Call for 12-year-old Makayla Brown of Jonesboro, who disappeared on Friday, April 15…

MATTIE’S CALL: Jason Mahone

MATTIE’S CALL: Jason Mahone

Mahone is described as a Black man, 5 feet 10 inches tall and 140 pounds, with black hair and brown…

MATTIE’S CALL: Ansley Fort, 45

MATTIE’S CALL: Ansley Fort, 45

Police say Fort walked off “during the check-in process” and that she has been diagnosed with “multiple mental disorders.” Fort…