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Alexis Gabe is often described as sweet, kind, funny, loving, confident and caring. She is a daughter, sister, cousin, niece, and a friend to many. All friends and family deeply love and care about her. She loves photography, fashion, drawing, and painting and shares some of her art on her website.
Alexis is a 24-year-old female from Oakley, California. She has long black hair and brown eyes with glasses. She is 5'7 and approximately 170lbs. She has been missing since January 26, 2022, and was reported missing the following morning by her family members. Her last known location is Benttree Way in Antioch, California. Family members discovered her car left abandoned with keys in the ignition on Trenton Street in Oakley.
On January 28th, family members began community search efforts immediately. Local businesses became flyer pickup locations, and family members handed out flyers and maps to community members. With the support of Oakley PD, Klaas Kids Foundation, and volunteers, thorough searches were conducted in local areas almost weekly. Alexis' phone case was located during a search with the Klaas Kids Foundation and later revealed by police. Due to rattlesnake season, family members suspended community search efforts indefinitely.
After family members decided to postpone community search efforts, they shifted their energy towards fundraising and attending city council meetings. The City of Oakley donated $10,000 for a reward in exchange for information that may lead to the safe return of Alexis and the prosecution of anyone involved with her disappearance.
On April 28, 2022, the City of Oakley and Oakley Police held a press conference regarding the disappearance of Alexis. Detective Tyler Horn and Chief Paul Beard announced the $10,000 reward and shared a surveillance video of the potential person-of-interest. On May 13, 2022, the City of Oakley shared a key piece of evidence. Her uniquely-designed cell phone case was located and confirmed by her family members and friends.
On May 16, 2022, the City of Oakley announced an increase to the Alexis Gabe reward fund. An anonymous person generously donated $50,000 making the overall award $60,000. The City of Oakley later announced the reward fund will be increased to $100,000.
On May 19, 2022, the suspect's mother was arrested and charged with Penal Code 32 (aiding & abetting) by the Oakley Police Department, but the DA declined to file charges.
On June 1, 2022, officers attempted to serve a warrant to arrest her ex-boyfriend, Marshall Curtis Jones. However, he charged a knife at the officers and was shot three times. He died at that scene.
Alexis' family did not give up hope in finding her. After the timeline was released, Alexis' family held searches along Trenton Street towards Marshall's home in Antioch. They hoped to gather potential pieces of evidence such as shattered pieces of her iPhone.
In early August, Alexis' family created a petition to file charges against Marshall Jones' mother, Alicia-Coleman Clark. On August 12, 2022, Alexis' family held a protest in front of the CCC District Attorney's Office demanding action from DA Diana Becton.
On September 9, 2022, Chief Paul Beard of Oakley Police Department announced in a press release that the $100,000 reward will be given to anybody who provides information to Alexis' whereabouts or remains.
On November 3, 2022 at around 3 p.m., the Amador County Sheriff’s Office received an anonymous tip through the Amador County Secret Witness Program. It stated that human remains were located in Amador County. These partial remains were confirmed to belong to Alexis through dental records.
On November 7, 2022, there was a press conference held to announce that partial remains of Alexis were located. Her father, Gwyn Gabe stated “I’m not sure there will ever be closure for our family in terms of the loss of Alexis. Her heartless and premeditated murder, the cold-blooded way her body was desecrated, and cowardly way her murderer chose to evade responsibility for his wrongdoings. But despite all the pain, anger, frustration and grief, we are somehow relieved that she has been found and we can finally bring her home.”
Alexis' family vowed to continue search efforts for additional partial remains.
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