35 year old Crystal Rogers has been missing since Friday, July 3, 2015 in Bardstown, Kentucky. The Nelson County Sheriff’s Office continues the search for the missing Bardstown woman and is asking for the public’s help in finding her. The police found her car abandoned with a flat tire Friday night along the Bluegrass Parkway near exit 10, with her keys and personal belongings were still inside.
Officials say Crystal Rogers was last seen on Friday afternoon. Police found her car abandoned with a flat tire Friday night along the Bluegrass Parkway near exit 10. Rogers keys and personal belongings were still inside.
Crystal Rogers is a 35-year-old white female, 5’9″ tall 150 lbs. with blonde, shoulder length hair. Rogers is from Bardstown, Ky.
The Nelson County Sheriff’s Office is conducting a missing person investigation on Crystal M Rogers.
Crystal’s vehicle was located on the Bluegrass Parkway near the 14 mile marker West Bound by family. The vehicle is a maroon 2007 four door Chevrolet. It was abandoned at the 14 mile marker with a flat tire. The vehicle was left with its keys and Crystals personal belongings.
She was last seen by her boyfriend on Friday afternoon.
The family is very concerned and states that it is not like her to not be in touch.
If you know her whereabouts or have seen her please contact the Nelson County Sheriffs Department or Nelson Country Dispatch at 502-348-3211.
The sister of a Kentucky woman last seen more than a week ago believes her live-in boyfriend knows something about her disappearance, despite him denying involvement and police saying he has been extremely cooperative with investigators.
Crystal Rogers was last seen by Brooks Houck, her live-in boyfriend, on July 3, according to the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office in Kentucky. Her sister, Brooke Ballard, said she has questioned Houck’s claims that Rogers, 35, stayed up late that night and was gone when he awoke the next morning.
“The stories just don’t add up. You just don’t go to bed one night and not know she’s gone and then not worry when she left the baby,” said Ballard. “He has not offered once to search — or help — or do anything for the family.”
Houck said he had nothing to do with the disappearance of Rogers, a mother of five including his 2-year-old son. He took a polygraph test and told HLN’s Nancy Grace the results were inconclusive.
UPDATE III: Organized search held for missing Bardstown woman.
Even though Crystal Rogers was last seen two weeks ago, the search to find her has not slowed down. Family, friends and complete strangers have been searching every day.
With camp set up on Kentucky 49 near the Avon Fogle Bridge for days, volunteers came to sign up and help look for the missing mother of five.
“If this was my daughter, I would want any volunteers I could get to help,” said volunteer Mary Mattingly.
Many having been coming in from out of state after hearing about Crystal’s story.
“We can’t express with words what it means to us,” said Crystal’s mother Sherry Ballard.
Cadaver dogs from Florida joined the search covering 80 acres in three hours.
“And the terrain around here is hilly, rocky, wet, it’s tough,” said Mike Gordey with Bring Them Home Search and Rescue.
Family members say several hundred people have been searching since last Saturday, covering Nelson and surrounding counties. Underwater cameras will be used in the search this weekend. Crystal’s dad Tommy Ballard said if the conditions are right, divers will be utilized as well.