January 5, 2006

Julie Michelle Bullard

Where is Julie?

Julie Bullard went missing on Monday, January 2, 2006 when a masked man entered a trailer where Julie and her friends were "hanging out."
The gunman tied up all the girls but left with Julie. She has not been see since. The man who entered the trailer is described as white, in his 30's, approx 5'8."

According to this article, a man named David Wilson committed suicide just hours after the invasion. He was found 6 miles from the trailer where Julie went missing. His truck and clothing were taken by police for analysis.

If you have seen Julie, please contact the Lee County, NC police.

Link to article here.

BROADWAY, N.C. -- Witnesses say a masked gunman snatched a woman from a home in Lee County early Monday morning, but investigators are being tight-lipped about the case. Investigators say Julie Michelle Bullard was last seen hanging out with friends in a home early Monday morning. According to authorities, a masked man surprised the group, breaking through the door with a gun.Detectives say the masked man tied everyone up and left with Bullard. They said there is no indication that any of the victims knew the masked man.
Search crews from Lee, Harnett and Moore counties combed through fields. Divers also checked a nearby pond, but there was no sign of Bullard.Investigators met with family members Tuesday, but investigators will not release details of the meeting or the latest on the search. Bullard's father said he will not rest until she is found. He formed a private search group Monday night with friends and family to keep looking for her. Bullard is described as being 5-feet-2-inches tall and weighs 105-115 pounds. She also has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.
According to the family, the suspected kidnapper is in his mid-thirties, he is white, approximately 5 feet, 8 inches tall, wearing a camouflage jacket and blue jeans.


NCMYF said...


Continued search effort to find
Julie "Michelle" Bullard
Balloon Launch at 1:00 p.m.
Michelle's 24th Birthday

EVENT: Land and Water Search

DATE and Time: Saturday
May 13, 2006
Registration starts at 8:00 a.m.
Search starts at 9:00 a.m.

LOCATION: 5601 Bradley Rd.
Sanford, NC
(Where Michelle was abducted from. The location is a Sanford mailing address but located outside of Broadway, NC)

Missing You Foundation will continue to provide assistance to law enforcement and missing person family members by coordinating search efforts to locate Julie "Michelle" Bullard, who was abducted at gun point on January 2, 2006. Anyone willing and able to assist in this search are asked to sign in at the MYF Command Center.

Foot searchers, certified divers, and water support are needed. Please be prepared for unpredictable weather. Snacks and drinks will be available for searchers.

At 1:00 p.m., all searchers and supporters are asked to join the Bullard family in prayer and remembrance of Michelle's 24th birthday. Balloons, carrying miniature flyers of Michelle, will be released. Please come and support the Bullard family during this very difficult time. Anyone who cannot attend the balloon launch are asked to join efforts through prayer. We request that at precisely 1:00 p.m., May 13, 2006, take a moment, remember Michelle's birthday, and pray for answers.

We ask the media to assist us in announcing to the public that searchers and certified divers are needed to help locate Julie "Michelle" Bullard. Someone knows what has happened to Michelle and we need to let it be known that search efforts will not stop until Michelle is located. Help MYF assist the Bullard family in getting the answers to their questions.

Thank you in advance for all assistance in doing your part and helping to locate Michelle.

Contact Info: Jackie Cox
NC MYF Director
(910) 286-6625 or
(910) 323-9603
E-mail: TristenMyers@aol.com
web site: HelpMYF.org

Divers Contact: Al Mignacci
MYF Asst Field
Operations Director
(919) 787-3453

NCMYF said...

At the request of Michelle's family, Missing You Foundation will continue all search efforts to assist in bringing her home where she belongs.

A special thank you goes out to Lee County Sheriff's Office and all searchers that truly care and doing everything possible to help find Michelle. Law Enforcement, media, and Michelle's family know who cares and who is really out searching for Michelle. God bless each and every one of you.
Jackie Cox
NC Missing You Foundation