Who is Alanna Caurice Warrick? Tennessee woman goes missing after boarding sedan with man wearing dreads
MURFREESBORO, TENESSEE: Murfreesboro police have put out a public call for information after a 24-year-old woman was reported missing. Alanna Caurice Warrick was last seen on March 14 boarding a teal sedan at The House of Hummus on Middle Tenessee Boulevard. At 4 am, she boarded the four-door sedan along with a man with dreads. The car number has not been listed.
Police described Warrick as having "braided gold and rose-colored hair with black roots. She was wearing a black tank top, white pants with a black stripe and honey gold-colored boots." She also has a sling on her right arm. At the time, Warrick did not have her phone or wallet with her.
Who is Alanna Warrick?
According to her Facebook page, Alanna lives in Fayettville, Tenessee. She is originally from Owensboro, Kentucky, and studied at Tullahoma High School. Not much else is known about Alanna. Her Facebook account does not list her current occupation.
Her sister, Allie Warrick originally put out a message seeking information about Allana. A cousin, TyCorey Brown also offered a $500 reward for anyone with information on her whereabouts. MEAWW tried to get in touch with Allie and is waiting for her response. We will update this space with the latest developments.
Warrick was reportedly shot three weeks ago, resulting in her right arm being injured. Her cousin TyCorey told MEAWW, “I don’t believe at all she would run away without contacting anyone.”
If anyone has information on where Warrick can be located, contact the Murfreesboro Police Department at 615-893-1311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.