The last confirmed sighting of Oakley occurred on February 10, 2021, in Oakville, Washington. She lived with her parents, Andrew Carlson and Jordan Bowers, and siblings at the time of her disappearance.

Her parents did not report their missing child. Oakley’s disappearance was reported by Jessica Swift, the principal of a nearby school, whose daughter is friends with Oakley’s sister.

The Carlson residence sustained damage from a fire in November 2021. Jordan and Andrew said they couldn’t find their phones, so they didn’t call the fire department for assistance.

Swift volunteered to help following the fire on November 10 and stayed for about 45 minutes. She noticed Oakley was missing, and it seemed strange. After asking Andrew and Jordan about it, they told her that Oakley had received a punishment and was now confined to her room. Swift came back after two weeks to deliver more supplies, and he stayed for about five minutes. This time, she did not see Oakley either.

Oakley’s sister brought Oakley’s child to Swift’s house for a sleepover on December 4. When Swift asked her sister about Oakley, her sister said, “Oakley no longer exists.” When Swift followed up with Oakley once more, her sister informed her that Oakley had gone back to live with her former foster parents.

Swift contacted the police the following day and requested that they conduct a welfare check on Oakley. In the aftermath of the fire, the police went to the hotel where Oakley’s family was staying in Tumwater, Washington, but she was not there.×280&!7&btvi=5&fsb=1&xpc=AKNUEzIWKk&p=https%3A//

Andrew stated that she was with his parents, but was unable to provide their contact information. Later, the police contacted Andrew’s father, who stated that he hadn’t seen Oakley since Christmas. When Andrew was informed by investigators that Oakley was not with his parents, he did not appear surprised. Jordan refused to cooperate and answer questions.

When the police arrived at Oakley’s home in Oakville, they discovered no sign of the girl or evidence that she had recently resided there. Oakley was the only child who did not have a bedroom, and neither her clothing nor her toys were present.

Oakley’s siblings stated that their mother instructed them not to speak about her, and her sister stated that Jordan told her that Oakley had gone into the woods and been eaten by wolves. The child’s younger brother recalled that Jordan had beaten Oakley with a belt and locked her in a closet, expressing concern that she would starve. He mentioned the fire and stated that when it occurred, everyone escaped the house safely with the exception of Oakley.×280&!8&btvi=6&fsb=1&xpc=j7ajcgJUyn&p=https%3A//

This case summary contains images of Jordan and Andrew and their silver 2012 Chevrolet Suburban LT with the license plate number BTX3380. Following the discovery of Oakley’s disappearance, they were arrested on suspicion of manslaughter, but ultimately were not charged. Instead, they were charged with abandonment of a dependent in the second degree.

In this instance, Oakley was not the dependent, but rather her six-year-old sister. Jordan and Andrew were accused of failing to give their six-year-old daughter her prescribed medication for more than a year. She was prescribed the medication for a serious medical condition that, if left untreated, can cause physical impairment and death.

For exposing their children to methamphetamine, Jordan and Andrew were subsequently charged with two counts of endangering a child with a controlled substance. Both of Oakley’s siblings had “extremely high” levels of methamphetamine in their bodies, indicating that they either ingested or were exposed to the drug.

Andrew pled guilty to the charges against him in March 2022. He has no previous convictions. He was given a 12-month prison sentence and will be eligible for release in August 2022.

In April, Jordan pled guilty to the same charges. She was given a 20-month prison sentence. After her release in January 2023, she was arrested and charged with fraud and identity theft in January 2023. These charges are unrelated to Oakley’s disappearance and involve multiple alleged victims of fraudulent banking activity.

Jordan and Andrew have been uncooperative with the investigation into the disappearance of their daughter. They stated they had last seen their daughter on November 30, 2021, but refused to comment on her whereabouts or condition.

Oakley had been raised by a foster family since she was seven months old due to her parents’ substance abuse issues. In 2019, a week before her third birthday, she was returned to her biological parents. Her former foster parents are actively involved in the search for her and have stated that they had previously voiced concerns about her safety in her parents’ care.

An extensive search of the 300-acre property where Oakley lived with her family showed no indication of her whereabouts, but police did find blood on the front door on the home and blood on the blinds.

Police believe it is likely the child is dead, but the investigation is still ongoing and no charges have been filed against anyone in Oakley’s disappearance.

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