20-year-old Keeslyn Roberts was last seen in Resaca, Georgia on January 18, 2020. She disappeared after abruptly leaving a truck stop on Resaca Beach Boulevard following an altercation with a shop employee.
On October 22, 1999, Shannon and Eric Roberts had a daughter named Keeslyn Noelle Roberts. She went to Dalton High School and grew up in Dalton, Georgia.
In March 2018, Roberts was arrested and charged with two counts of possession of marijuana, use of communication facilities in drug transactions, possession of tools for the commission of crime and possession, and use of drug-related objects.
Her family says Roberts got involved with drugs and hung out with the wrong people. It was said that she was getting her life back on track and that she had been meeting with her probation officer regularly.
The last time anyone saw Roberts, she was living with her boyfriend in Chatsworth, Murray County, Georgia.
The Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office had planned for Keeslyn Roberts to have a probation meeting on January 17, 2020. This was because she was arrested in 2018. When Keeslyn didn’t show up, she was given an arrest warrant for violating her probation.
Roberts was last seen at Driver Flying J, a truck stop on Resaca Beach Boulevard in Resaca, Georgia, on January 18, 2020. Police were called to the truck stop after Roberts went into the kitchen that was only for employees and was confronted by a worker.
Before police arrived, Roberts quickly left the scene of the crime and dropped her backpack, which was full of her wallet, cash, debit card, driver’s license, phone charger, and car keys.
Since then, no one has seen or heard from Keeslyn Roberts.
On January 20, 2020, a family member found Keeslyn’s vehicle, a white Toyota Corolla, abandoned in the parking lot of Pilot Flying J truck stop. Most of her personal belongings were found inside, but her cell phone was m*issing.
In March 2020, some clothes believed to have belonged to Roberts were found in a bush near the trash dumpster in the back of the Pilot Flying J parking lot.
Authorities have interviewed numerous people regarding Keeslyn’s disapp*earance, but no public information regarding these interviews has been released.
Police found no evidence, means, or motive for foul play in Keeslyn Roberts’s disappearance. A $50,000 reward is being offered by her family for information leading to Keeslyn’s discovery.
The circumstances of Keeslyn Roberts’s disappearance remain unclear and her case is currently classified as m*issing. Her ca*se remains unsolved.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Keeslyn Noelle Roberts please contact the Murray County Sheriff’s Department at (706) 695-4592 or the Gordon County Sheriff’s Department at (706) 879-5450.