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Kristy Kelley missing over two weeks

The search for Kristy Kelley has gone high tech with remote controlled drones now being used in hard to traverse terrain. This Monday news report shares that four drones have been used to search for the missing Warrick County, Indiana mother, but nothing has been found. It's now been over two weeks since she was last seen at a bar in Boonville, where she left her cellphone behind in the bathroom. Beyond this information the details just haven't changed. What happened to this missing woman, and will this case remain unsolved?

What happened to this missing woman?
What happened to this missing woman?
Crime Scene Media;Used with permission

Her loved ones continue to search for answers, but media attention appears to be dwindling in the case of missing mother Kristy Kelley. Meanwhile, police in this part of Indiana are also investigating a handful of other disappearances -- including the recent disappearance of Joelle Lockwood. Police have confirmed that these two cases aren't connected, but it's still hard to ignore the fact that numerous women are missing in the state of Indiana, and many of their cases remain unsolved.

The Warrick County Sheriff's Office is reportedly "narrowing down leads" in this case, but are not answering any specific questions apparently -- such as what these so called leads are, and whether or not they believe Kelley fell victim to foul play. Meanwhile, social media discussion about the case varies in theory from foul play to a horrible alcohol induced accident. With both Kristy and her vehicle still missing it's impossible to even guess what may have happened to her.