Alexis Crawford Biography, Wiki
Alexis Crawford is a Clark Atlanta College Student and is originally from Athens. She is missing since 20 October 2019. She was last seen by her roommate on October 30 after the two went to a nearby liquor store to buy alcohol.
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— Morehouse Mystique (@Morehouse_Men) November 5, 2019
Alexis Crawford Age
She is 21 years old.
Alexis Crawford Missing
Alexis did not show up for class or work for two days, his family reported his disappearance, police said Monday.
Alexis’ roommate, who has not been named, said she took Alexis to a liquor store around 11.30 pm and then returned to her Heritage Station department at McDaniel Street. The roommate saw Alexis for the last time around 12.30 am before the roommate went to bed
Your apartment is located approximately 1.3 miles, five minutes by car, from the campus.
Alexis told his friends that he was not “comfortable sleeping” in his room due to an incident on October 26, apart from his disappearance.
Police did not give details about that incident, but his friends say he has been sleeping in the living room since then.
The iPhone, Alexis ID and debit card were missing, but the key to his house and the phone charger were left behind.
Do you know where Alexis Crawford is? She’s a 21 y/o @CAU student who was last seen on Wednesday. Her parents are worried something is terribly wrong. She would never go this long not talking to them or having her phone powered off. Live report at 5pm on Ch2 pic.twitter.com/WEuek4Srxp
— Tyisha Fernandes (@TyishaWSB) November 4, 2019
Alexis Crawford Social Media, Instagram Activity
Alexis was on active on social media the night she disappeared. She shared a post on Instagram at around 9.03 pm. She also responded to an Instagram group message with laughing emojis around 9.24 pm.
Alexis Crawford Mother Statement
Her mother Tammy Crawford said she last spoke to Alexis on Wednesday, October 30 and she ‘seemed to be in good spirits and was laughing’ throughout the conversation.
‘She’s a beautiful girl. She’s a beautiful, fun-loving little girl,’ her great-aunt Brenda Crawford told reporters Monday. ‘She’s the type of girl that when she sees you when you come in the house, the first thing she’s going to do is sit on your lap and give you a hug. She’s a sweet girl.’
Alexis Crawford Sisters Statement
Alexis’ sister, Monica Wright, says they spoke during a FaceTime call around 3.23 pm that day.
Alexis had asked his sister to send him some money through the Cash application. His father agreed and Wright transferred the money, according to 11Alive.
Alexis then sent a text message to his other sister Alexandria around 8.44 pm that night. His sister asked him what he was doing that weekend and Alexis said “nothing” and didn’t answer anymore.
Alexis Crawford Height, Weight, Hair, Eyes Color
The family says Crawford is 5’5″, and weighs around 140 lbs. She has black hair, dark brown eyes, and she had a mole under her right eye.
Her family said she was last seen in a cheetah print headscarf, black hoodie, and false lashes.
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Alexis Crawford, a 21-year-old student at Clark Atlanta University, has been missing since October 30 and was last seen in his apartment off campus.
- The day he disappeared, he asked his sister to send him money through the Cash application, was active on Instagram and made a liquor with his roommate
- The family reported their disappearance on November 1 when they did not show up for work or class.
The roommate said she took Alexis to a liquor store around 11.30 p.m. and then they returned to their
- Heritage Station department at McDaniel Street
- Her home is located approximately 1.3 miles from campus
- Alexis’ family says it is very unusual for me to spend more than a day without talking to them.