Monday marks one month since Savannah Spurlock disappeared after a night out with friends. The 22-year-old, who had recently given birth to twins, has not been seen or heard from since January fourth.
Piecing together tidbits of information about that fateful night, authorities are now zeroing in on the truth about what happened to the young mother of four.
After announcing last week that they had narrowed their search to “specific locations,” police are now revealing that they have incontrovertible proof of where she went with the three companions with whom she was seen leaving a bar that night.
In an exclusive interview with Fox News on Sunday, Lt. Colonel Rodney Richardson, assistant chief of police with the Richmond (Kentucky) Police Department, revealed that they have found the home where Savannah was taken after she was seen on surveillance video leaving the Lexington bar.
Spurlock's mother told Fox News that she had a FaceTime chat with her daughter while Savannah was riding to what we now know is that location. Ellen Spurlock says she "observed that there was a man driving the car. Savannah was in the passenger seat.
"There were at least two people in the back seat talking. ... I heard one of them tell me to ‘chill.’ They were also hollering other things but I couldn’t make it out. I was just checking on my daughter.”
According to Lt. Colonel Richardson, “Spurlock's last known location was at a home in Garrard County — located some 40 miles from the bar.” Police now say Savannah rode in one car with two of the men under investigation, and one other man followed in a different car.
Both cars have undergone forensic testing, but police have not released the findings. During an interview with the three men, one claimed that Savannah had left the home on her own “early the next morning,” but police say investigators have no evidence to support that assertion.
After hearing the news about her daughter being taken to the rural home in Garrard County, Ellen was very definitive about what she thinks did NOT happen.
"I do not believe Savannah left this home on her own," she said. "She had no car, no money, no phone, and no coat. Where would she go? I don’t believe that for a second.”
Although the passing of time and lack of evidence of Savannah’s whereabouts are causing her loved ones to fear the worst, Ellen Spurlock says she is hanging onto a “glimmer of hope” that her daughter is out there, somewhere, and will return to them.
"We are devastated. She has four young kids that need their mother. Whatever you know, you need to come forward now. I’m begging you to do this as a human being," Ellen Spurlock told Fox News. "Savannah was very responsible and reliable. She rarely partied. She stayed home all the time. I can’t remember the last time she was out with friends. She was a wonderful person. She loved her kids. She’d do anything for anybody.”
“Savannah Spurlock has been missing for a month. Her 23rd birthday is tomorrow.”
Please join us in praying for Savannah, whose 23rd birthday is tomorrow, and her four little children who all deserve a quick resolution to this terrible event.