A Four Oaks mother who disappeared on January 4th in Wilson’s Mills has been found alive in Pennsylvania.
Wilson’s Mills Police Chief A.Z. Williams made the announcement Wednesday afternoon, 26 days after Megan Amanda Fuller of Four Oaks disappeared. Megan’s family reported her missing after she didn’t return to see her 7 year-old son.
Chief Williams said the 29 year-old mother is okay and in Pennsylvania on her own free will. “Her whereabouts are not being released at this time, but her identity and status has been confirmed by Pennsylvania law enforcement authorities. Authorities have visually seen Megan, confirmed that she is okay and in Pennsylvania of her own free will. Out of respect for the family, any further comments regarding the reasons for Megan’s disappearance will be deferred to her family.”
Multiple law enforcement agencies from several states participated in the search for Megan Fuller, including the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office, Four Oaks Police Department, Selma Police Department, the NC State Bureau of Investigation as well as Tennessee law enforcement.
“After 26 days of not knowing where this case would lead, I am very pleased with the concern from our community and the effort extended to help bring Megan home safely,” Chief Williams said.