Who was Natalie Jones? Missing mom found dead in Georgia

NATALIE Jones was a 27-year-old mother of two who was found dead in her car in a wooded area in Georgia.

Jones was last seen alive by friends in Alabama after she had joined them for Fourth of July celebrations.

Who was Natalie Jones?

Natalie Jones was a Georgia mother who was recently found dead in her car.

Jones was last seen alive in July.

She had driven from Heard County, Georgia to a lake house in Jackson's Gap, Alabama to celebrate the Fourth of July weekend with her friends before she went missing.

She left Jackson's Gap around midnight on July 5 to make the hour and a half or so drive back home, but officials say she never made it.

Phone records pinpointed Jones driving back to Heard County.

Jones' family put up billboards and started a website to help find their missing loved one with a $10,000 reward offered.

What happened to her?

Authorities found Jones' body inside her pink 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier on October 6.

The car was found on Roosterville Road and Welcome Road in Roopville, Georgia.

A Heard County investigator told FOX 5 they’ve developed a list of persons of interest in Jones' disappearance.

One of the names on the list is Jones' former boyfriend Jonathan Lawrence, who was once accused of hiring a hitman to murder a Troup County deputy.

Earlier this year, Lawrence was also arrested on drug charges.

Investigators asked anyone with information on Jones' disappearance to contact the GBI Tipline at 1-800-597-8477, or the Region 2 office at 706-565-7888.

Those with information may also contact the Heard County Sheriff's Office at 706-675-3329.

How many kids did she have?

Jones has two sons, according to WSB-TV2.

What did people say about her death?

"She did not deserve this because she was a good girl," Jones' mother Elaine Gordon told FOX 5.

"This is a very small town," Samuel Ginn from YouTube diving activist page Adventures with Purpose continued.

"I'm not sure if us being here is a coincidence or the fact that us being here stirred up some emotion in somebody and they just dumped it." 

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