Ama woman disappears
Detectives say she has been missing for nearly a month
Ramona Folse, 44, was reported missing on Aug. 24. She was last seen at the Pier 90 Bar in Luling.
The police report states that Folse was last seen at Pier 90 Bar located on Highway 90 in Luling on Aug. 4.
It is reported that Folse resides between two residences. One located inside the parish at 153 Michael Dr. in Ama, and the other located in Jefferson Parish at 429 Dandelion in Waggaman.
She is described as having blonde hair, brown eyes, standing approximately 5’4” and weighing around 100 lbs.
Two of Folse’s identifying marks are a scar on her nose and a tattoo of a butterfly on her right shoulder. She may also have a shaved head.
Authorities are actively investigating Folse as a missing person.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Folse should contact Detective Brad Walsh with the sheriff’s office at 783-1135 or 783-6807.
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