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Ieshia Jackson

Ieshia Jackson is an African American female who was last seen around the late hours of October 31 and/or early morning hours of November 1, 2020.

During the late evening of October 31, 2020, Ieshia attended a Halloween party at a nightclub in Camden, Arkansas with friends and family members. After the party, during the early morning hours of November 1st, Ieshia returned to 502 Stuart Avenue in El Dorado, Arkansas. That same morning, Ieshia’s mother received a phone call from a family member stating Ieshia was going on a trip to Houston, Texas to assist in moving furniture. Later that day, repeated unsuccessful attempts were made by Ieshia’s mother to make contact with Ieshia via cell phone. Worried for her daughter, her mother went to Ieshia's residence the morning of November 2, 2020. Ieshia’s front door was found ajar with her phone, purse, and a duffle bag left inside.

Ieshia, 22 at the time of her disappearance, is an active missing persons case in Union County. Her mother, friends and community members want to see her come home.

Ieshia has long, black braids, pierced ears, a daith, nose piercing, an industrial bar piercing in her left ear and a belly button piercing. She has a tattoo on her torso of vines and one on her chest of a heart with doves and a ribbon. She also has a tattoo behind her left ear. Ieshia is 5’2” tall and weighs 115 pounds.

Anyone who received communication through Ieshia’s phone number between the date she was last seen and when she was reported missing is urged to reach out to the El Dorado Police Department at 870-881-4800 or the community tip line at 870-440-0000. The tip line provides an anonymous option—the only purpose being to bring Ieshia home.

The circumstances of Ieshia's disappearance are unclear, but foul play is suspected. 

There is currently a $10,000 reward for the location of Ieshia Jackson and the prosecution of the person(s) involved in her disappearance.

The "Find Ieshia" campaign is a call to action to demand justice for Ieshia Jackson, an African American woman who went missing in El Dorado, Arkansas sometime between October 31 and November 2, 2020. Her campaign seeks to bring attention to the alarming number of missing Black women in the United States and to demand action from law enforcement and local officials to ensure that all missing persons cases are investigated thoroughly and with the same level of urgency.

The goal is to bring Ieshia home and hold those responsible for her disappearance accountable. We are calling on the El Dorado Police Department and the City of El Dorado to take immediate action to address the disappearance of Ieshia Jackson and provide transparency to the community. Her family and friends demand updates on the progress of the investigation and a thorough investigation of all potential leads and evidence. We also urge the authorities to take steps to address any systemic biases that may be impacting the handling of this case.

We believe that by coming together as a community, raising awareness, and demanding action, we can make a difference and help bring Ieshia Jackson home. We are asking concerned citizens to join us in this campaign by sharing information on social media, contacting local officials to demand action, and supporting the efforts of Ieshia's family and loved ones. Together, we can make a difference and demand justice for Ieshia Jackson and all missing Black women.

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