Ashley Carroll ** Rensselar, New York * May 6, 2010

Ashley Carroll  **   Rensselar, New York  * May 6, 2010

Ashley Marie Carroll
missing from Rensselar, New York since May 6, 2010

Age - 24
height- 5'5"
weight - 140 lbs.
hair - long brown
eyes- hazel
Tattoo - "Arionnah" on upper right arm, red rose. "Steve" in red/black on left hand, "Steve" on left side of neck, Rosary w/cross tattoo on right foot also "Maria", tribal tattoo on lower back, CUB on calf, "what goes around comes around" on wrist
Clothing - last seen wearing a black T-shirt, white or light-colored pants and flip-flops
olive skin tone
Ashley was last seen on First Street in Albany. She was suppose to meet up with her boyfriend, with who she had recently had a falling out with. Ashley has not been seen since. She had a trip planned to NYC but never made the trip. Ashley has a 1 year old daughter and is known to be a loving and devoted mother.
Contact - Rensselaer PD, Officer Boniface 518-462-7451

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Comment by Brenda on May 6, 2013 at 6:34pm

Albany mom still missing 3 years later

Posted: May 05, 2013 7:54 PM PST
Updated: May 06, 2013 6:08 AM PST
By Lindsay Nielsen - email

ALBANY, N.Y. - Friends and family of a missing woman, Ashley Carroll, gathered at the missing persons memoriam in Albany Sunday night. Vigil goers showed that their love and hope of finding her is still burning like the candles they lit in her honor.

"You know we just want her home. We just want some closure," said Carroll's Aunt, Patty Dinovo, still mourning the loss.

Carroll was 24-years-old when she went missing on May 6, 2010. She was last seen in the area of Quail and First Street heading to meet her boyfriend.

But now, three years later, her whereabouts is still unknown.

Dozens gathered at a the vigil where there were tears shed among songs, poems and candles.

"I still feel her spirit within me it's like a whisper that you cannot see," said Ashley's sister, Caitlyn Mitchell.

"We search high and low for you by land and by water. We hang onto the precious part of you - your daughter," said Dinovo.

Family prays that Ashley's 4-year-old daughter, Ari, will get to see her mother once again.

Albany detective John Coleman says he believes that someone knows something about Ashley's disappearance, but as of now there are no new leads in the case.

"But we will never give up and the persons that are responsible will pay for what they've done," said Ashley's Uncle.

The family believes that someone may know about what happened to Ashley Carroll and they're asking that if anyone has any information to please call an anonymous tip line at 518-462-8039.

Comment by Brenda on May 3, 2013 at 6:58am

Family of missing Troy woman to hold a candlelight vigil to mark her anniversary

Third year anniversary of missing mother, Ashley Carroll, will be remembered this week. Event is open to the public.

courtesy of LostNMissing Inc.
PRLog (Press Release) - May 1, 2013 - ALBANY, N.Y. -- Family and friends of missing Ashley Carroll, of Troy, NY, have organized a Candlelight Vigil to be held this Friday, May 5, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Missing Person's Memoriam on the corner of Swan & Madison Street in Albany, NY. It is open to the public. May 06, will be the third anniversary of the 27 year old’s missing status, who was 24 years old at the time of her disappearance. Vigil organizer Kyla Smith says “We are hoping the public will attend and show support to Ashley’s family. This memorial service will bring attention to her case and we hope someone who may have information, that could lead to finding Ashley, will come forward.”

Carroll was last seen when a friend dropped her off in the area of Quail Street and First Street in Albany, New York on May 6, 2010. She is from Troy, New York and went to Albany to see her boyfriend who stated he did not see her that day. Her family reported that she

planned to travel to New York City with a friend, after she met with her boyfriend, with the intentions of returning on May 9, but there's no indication that she ever made it to NYC. Further, authorities do not believe that she ever made it back to her apartment in Troy. Her family and friends say that Ashley would never have abandoned her small daughter nor not make contact with anyone. Her cell phone has never been used and all of her clothing, jewelry and makeup was in her apartment.

Recently the nonprofit LostNMissing Inc., raised funds for another missing mother, Jennifer Ramsaran, of New Berlin, NY, for a public billboard. During the course of having the billboard installed Ramsaran’s body was located. LostNMissing's president Cynthia Caron explains "All donors for Jennifer's billboard gave approval that they did not want donations returned and preferred it go towards another missing person. We were very blessed to have been able to provide this for the Carroll family and hope it may bring leads to finding Ashley." The billboard,can be seen on 690 West, .25 miles West of Hiawatha Blvd,which is a high traffic area near the mall in Syracuse, NY.

Both Albany and Rensselaer police are investigating Carroll's disappearance. She is considered to be missing under suspicious circumstances. Anyone with information, or anonymous tips, may call the Rensselear Police Department, 518 462-7451, or Albany police at 518 438-4000. Case # GREN0019


Comment by Brenda on May 6, 2012 at 11:05pm

Two years later, family members are still looking for missing Troy mom
Posted at: 05/06/2012 9:40 PM
By: by Dan Bazile

ALBANY - Family and friends are hoping to generate new leads in the search for missing Troy mother, Ashley Carroll. They put up missing persons flyers in one Albany neighborhood Sunday, on the second anniversary of Ashley's disappearance.

Ashley's mother Margaret says she keeps trying to hope that she is still alive. But, she says she understands it has been two years since her daughter disappeared. At this point, Margaret is just looking for some closure.

Ashley Carroll was 24 at the time she went missing on May 6, 2010. She was last seen at the corner of First and Quail Streets in Albany. Investigators drained Tivoli Lake in Troy in August 2010. It is believed they were searching for evidence in the case. But, family members say that's where all the trails grew cold, and the clues petered out.

It's been two years now, and her parents are growing very frustrated. They say they don't know if their daughter will turn into a cold case or not. But, they are convinced somebody knows something.

Margaret Carroll, along with her brother Jim Carroll and friends, walked the streets of Albany on Sunday near Bleeker Stadium, in the area where Ashley disappeared. They were hanging posters of the missing mom, in hopes that someone will have a heart and come forward with information.

The family says they have been put through hell. And now they have to take responsibility of the little girl Ashley left behind. They say it is heart wrenching to watch a little girl grow up without her mom, and they are ready to bring their daughter home.

Comment by Brenda on May 5, 2012 at 8:55pm

Family to hold vigil for missing woman

Ashley Carroll, 24

Print Story Published: 5/04 9:28 pm Share Updated: 5/04 9:49 pm
It is a mystery that began two years ago this Sunday: what happened to Ashley Carroll?

She disappeared from First and Quail in Albany in 2010, and since then, her family has hung an endless stream of posters, and held vigils for her safe return.

They will do the same this Sunday at noon at Bleeker Stadium.

Carroll's family said she would not have run away and abandoned her young daughter.

Comment by Brenda on September 19, 2011 at 12:56pm
Comment by Joanne on May 6, 2011 at 11:35pm

Still missing one year later
Posted at: 05/06/2011 10:30 PM
Updated at: 05/06/2011 11:25 PM
By: Dan Levy
ALBANY - One year ago Friday, a young mother went missing on the streets of Albany; not to be seen or heard from since. The grim anniversary spurred the woman's friends and family into action as they remain convinced that someone knows exactly what happened to Ashley Marie Carroll.
By walking the streets of Albany's West Hill Neighborhood, where Ashley disappeared, they were hoping to jog some memories and reunite a baby with its mother.
Adorable Arionnah, who will turn three years old in July, hasn't seen her mommy in exactly one year. Finding Ashley and reuniting her with her precious daughter is part of what motivates her heartbroken family and friends as they post fliers in the neighborhood where Ashley vanished May 6, 2010.
"I just want some closure," Margaret Carroll, Ashley's mother, sobbed, wiping tears fro her eyes. "Living with this day after day and the longer it gets, the harder it gets. I just want to know something. Just not knowing is driving me crazy."
While Margaret Carroll endures through the pain of adult understanding, little Arionnah suffers silently the premature loss of innocence.
"She knows her mommy is gone, just to look at her, she's got this lost look in her eyes," Jim Carroll says, Ashley's uncle.
"Who ever is responsible for this we want you to know that we're going to find you one way or another," he continues.
24-year old Ashley was living in Troy at the time of her disappearance, driven into Albany by a friend, supposedly to meet up with a boyfriend, but the West Hill streets, Ashley's trail goes cold.
Those who know Ashley best insist she's a responsible person and a good mother, who would never up and leave Arionnah alone.
"I just hope she comes home and is safe," Briana Mitchell, Ashley's younger sister said, fighting back tears. "That's all I want. I just want my sister home. I want my mom to be happy again. I just want to be happy."
While staple guns and missing posters may be therapeutic, finding a cure for reality is a more difficult challenge.
"Our hope is that she's still alive but that's dwindling now a year later," Jim Carroll concedes.
Family members tell News Channel 13 that they remain suspicious of the friend who was supposed to drop Ashley off in Albany because they person, they say, hired an attorney.
Family members have also said Ashley had been arguing through text messaging with the boyfriend she was supposed to meet.
The investigation continues jointly by both Albany and Rensselaer Police.

Comment by Joanne on May 6, 2011 at 11:00pm

Family, friends looking for missing mom 1 year later

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Updated: 6:45 pm
Family members and friends of Ashley Marie Carroll, the Albany mother who went missing one year ago to the day, are hanging flyers all around the city.

Carroll who would now be 25, was last seen on May 6 at the corner of Quail and First Streets. The flyers that will be hung say "Have you seen my mommy?"  

Carroll has a now 2-year-old daughter.

FOX23 News will have more tonight at 10 and 11.

Comment by Brenda on April 26, 2011 at 12:04pm


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