Jonesboro woman found after reported missing

JONESBORO, Ark. – A local woman was found after she was reported missing, according to family.

A family member, Sheena Goodman, informed NEA Report she and her mother had found missing Carolyn Klosinski/Versie. She first stated it in a social media post expressing her glee, seen below. 

Goodman is her niece, she said. She said missing woman was found at Citi Trends on Nettleton Avenue in Jonesboro (the same shopping center as Hays grocery). Another family member also reached out, saying it was her brother-in-law’s mother, and that she had been found safe.

After some difficulty confirming the woman’s safety, Jonesboro police later released that Klosinski had been verified safe in Saline County.  She was with her son, Xavier Versie, from El Paso, TX and will be going home with him.  She was removed from ACIC and the Silver Alert was cancelled.

They had earlier released news Thursday that Klosinski was last seen at Kum & Go, 4810 East Highland Drive, in Jonesboro.

The missing poster below, taken by Officer John Shipman, was shared by E-911 Dispatch.


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