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Where is Alexandria Gorman aka Lexie? Cops search for missing Michigan woman who vanished three weeks ago

Michigan State Police claimed that Alexandria Gorman aka Lexie was last seen on October 16, 2022, in the Detroit neighborhood of Sterling Heights
Alexandria Gorman aka Lexie has been missing after she vanished without a trace three weeks ago in Detroit, Michigan (@mspwestmi/Twitter)
Alexandria Gorman aka Lexie has been missing after she vanished without a trace three weeks ago in Detroit, Michigan (@mspwestmi/Twitter)

GAYLORD, MICHIGAN: Police in Michigan are frantically searching for a 27-year-old woman who went missing three weeks ago and called for the public's assistance in finding her on Wednesday, November 9, 2022. Michigan State Police claimed that Alexandria Gorman aka Lexie, who was last seen on October 16, 2022, in the Detroit neighborhood of Sterling Heights, has vanished without a trace.

She left her job, boyfriend, and house "suddenly and without notice," according to police in the northern Michigan community where Gorman, a native of Gaylord, lived. Her social media profiles have since become inactive. Gorman informed her mother that she was in Virginia Beach at the beginning of October but calls to her phone have since been unreturned or have gone straight to voicemail, according to the New York Post. “Please keep an eye out for ALEXANDRIA GORMAN and help bring her home,” Michigan State Police’s Six District wrote on Twitter. On her Facebook page, Gorman characterizes herself as "[too] weird to live [too] rare to die." It's unclear when the page was last updated but it stated that she attended Kirkland Community College in Grayling, Michigan, and worked at a neighborhood smoothie bar. 


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In another missing person case in Michigan, the family of Dee Warner has been urging people to contact them with any information regarding the mother of five's whereabouts who vanished more than 18 months ago. The Lenawee County Sheriff's Office reported that Warner, 52, was last seen on the morning of April 25, 2021, at her home on Munger Road in Franklin Township.

According to the police, Warner hasn't spoken on the phone or used social media to connect with her loved ones since then. Along with a huge billboard that reads, "Help Dale find Dee," there are signs with her name that are posted all across rural Lenawee County in Michigan.

Dee Warner's daughter Rikkell Bock claimed that her mother and stepfather Dale Warner had been fighting frequently over their farm and trucking company. She also arranged for her 9-year-old to stay with a friend on the night she vanished, according to NewsNation.

“My mom was a very outgoing, a fun life-of-the-party type person,” said Bock. “We were her world. Her kids were everything to her and her grandkids. I knew that they were fighting Saturday about the employees, and I knew it was going to escalate Saturday night,” Bock said, adding, “She told me that she wanted to divorce and she wanted to leave and she wanted to sell her trucking company and be done. He knew that if she sold the trucking company, there would be no more ag farms — nothing, nothing left.”

Dee's brother Gregg Hardy suspects Dee and Dale got into a fight that ended fatally. According to him, his sister is not alive. “She has been murdered in my opinion. Unfortunately, we have not been able to recover her remains,” Hardy told Newsnation.

Police have identified Dale Warner as a person of interest in the case and Larry Leib is his attorney. “There may have been an argument of some sort; it was nothing out of the ordinary,” Leib said. He added, “Dale Warner has been open. He’s been available. He’s been approachable. He’s been talked to by the FBI, the state police, the sheriff’s department multiple times. They visited all these properties, his home, his office, barns. They’ve even gone out into the fields.” Leib insisted Dale Warner is innocent and that his Apple Watch can support his claim.