MT – Flathead tribes offer $10K reward for info on missing woman | Great Falls Tribune

MISSOULA — The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to criminal charges in the case of Jermain Charlo, who has been missing for a year.

The 23-year-old Dixon resident was last seen in Missoula on June 16, 2018. Her case is among many that helped lead to more organized efforts in searching for missing Native Americans.

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Jermain Charlo remains missing after seven months | KULR8

23-year-old Jermain Charlo has now been missing for seven months, after her disappearance in June.

Lead Detective, Guy Baker, of the Missoula Police Department said multiple agencies have spent over 2,000 hours searching for Charlo.

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MT – Over 4 months later, search continues for missing Dixon woman –

MISSOULA – The Missoula Police Department has identified persons of interest in the disappearance of Jermain Charlo.

The Native American female in her early 20’s went missing this past summer and was last seen in Missoula in the early hours near Orange Street Food Farm on June 16.

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Missoula PD: Missing woman might be held against her will | KBZK

MISSOULA – Missoula Police are concerned that a missing Dixon woman could be being held against her will. Authorities are still looking into the disappearance Jermaine Charlo, 23, who also goes by the name Liz.

Charlo went missing on June 16th sometime midnight and 1 a.m. after visiting the Badlander, Golden Rose and Darkhorse bars in Missoula. She was reportedly last seen in the area of the Orange Street Food Farm.

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