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15-year-anniversary of Angela Fulmer's death

Angie Fulmer

Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance on a cold case involving Angela Fulmer who went missing on December 15, 2002.

Her case is being investigated by Skiskyou's Major Crime Unit.

Sheriff Jon Lopey said, “We want to take the opportunity to ask the public for assistance with this investigation because we have information that leads us to believe there are citizens that reside in the local area that have knowledge that could help us solve this case. We will soon observe the 15-year anniversary of Angie’s disappearance. We have allocated additional resources to work this investigation because we believe the circumstances surrounding her disappearance can be resolved.”

Angie was reportedly last seen in a rural area near Siskiyou Lake on December 15, 2002 in the early afternoon. She was allegedly with a former boyfriend when she was last seen. Angie was reported missing about 12 hours after she was last seen.

Sheriff's are also investigating three other cold case homicide or missing persons' cases, including the disappearance of 27 year-old Karen Mero and 15 year-old Hannah Zacaglinni. Both Karen and Hannah were reported missing from the McCloud area in 1997. Karen was reported missing February 15, 1997 and Hannah disappeared on June 4, 1997. The murder of Patricia Joseph, whose body was recovered from the Klamath River on July 18, 2005, is also being investigated by the MCU. An autopsy revealed Joseph died of blunt force trauma and asphyxia.

Anyone with information about Angie’s disappearance or any other cold case is urged to contact Detective Jeff Moser of the MCU through the 24-hour SCSO Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.


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