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SLIDESHOW / Timeline: Watson disappearance

A Mt. Pleasant woman is still missing. See photos.


Timeline of Watson's Disappearance

Monday Feb. 6: Dara Lee Watson last seen by Mother in Boone, NC around noon.

Monday Feb. 6: Watson and fiance get into argument Monday night, fiance David Hedrick tells police.

Tuesday Feb. 7: In the morning, Watson leaves couple's house the morning after alleged fight. Neighbors tell police they saw Watson's SUV leave the house.

Tuesday Feb. 7: Watson's burned SUV found off Halfway Creek Road in the Francis Marion National Forest on Tuesday afternoon.

Wednesday Feb. 8: Text message sent from Watson's phone to sister at 1:30 p.m.

Wednesday Feb. 8: Watson's boss received a text message stating she was fine, but she wasn't heard from again.

Wednesday Feb. 8: Watson's phone was last used at 7:30 p.m., .6 miles northeast of Venning Road cell tower.

Friday Feb. 10: Watson's coworker files missing persons report with Mt. Pleasant Police at 10:30 a.m.

Friday Feb. 10: Police interview Watson's fiance.

Friday Feb. 10: Watson's fiance, David Hedrick, found dead from gunshot wound to the head by two friends in the couple's North Creek Drive home just after 12:30 p.m.

Friday Feb. 10:  Mt. Pleasant police ask for public's help locating Dara Lee Watson

Saturday Feb. 11: Multiple law enforcement agencies search area off Halfway Creek Road, near where car was found.

Sunday Feb. 12: Search continues for Watson, but is called off midafternoon.

Monday Feb. 13: Police search couple's North Creek Drive home again.

Tuesday Feb. 14: Sheriff's Office investigates area off Clayfield Road.

Tuesday Feb. 14: Crews return to Halfway Creek Road for a third search of the area.

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