A juvenile mother got vanished while driving to Birmingham
Police from several jurisdictions are searching for a 36-year-old Kansas woman who went missing on her way to Birmingham, Alabama.
Marilane Carter, 26, was last seen leaving her Overland Park home on Saturday around 8:15 pm as she was on her way to visit her family in Birmingham, the Overland Park Police Department said.
The family had the last contact with her when she was in Tennessee
Her family received her latest news on the phone late Sunday evening when she was in Memphis, Tennessee. Police said they had made some statements regarding family members.
Description of Carter
Carter is described as a 5’8, 130-pound, white, with long brown hair and green eyes. When she left the house, she was wearing a green T-shirt and black yoga pants.
She drove a gray 2011 GMC Acadia with Kansas license plate 194-LFY.
Sources say Carter is a graduate of Beeson Divine School at Samford University in Birmingham. Her husband Adam is the chief pastor of Leawood Baptist Church in Leawood, Kansas. The couple has three young children.