A Louisiana woman who was traveling to the Golden Nugget in Biloxi Tuesday night is now missing.
According to family and friends, 33-year-old Courtney Johnson was leaving work at Richards Honda in Baton Rouge at 5 p.m. Courtney posted a Snapchat an hour later showing she was on I-12 near Hammond, Louisiana.
A friend of hers, Courtney Loupe, says she last used her debit card at a McDonald’s in Covington.
Her last phone ping was picked up on I-10 eastbound on the Mississippi Louisiana state line, that’s when her phone was shut off.
Loupe says she’s not aware that Courtney knows anyone in the area in case she may have stopped somewhere along the way. “Not that we know of, that she knows anyone that she would be going to meet. She was going to the Golden Nugget to check in. Her and some girlfriends were going to meet her there, actually Wednesday morning and when they couldn’t get in touch with her Wednesday morning is when they proceeded to drive to the Golden Nugget to go see if she was there, when they found out she had never checked into her hotel room There were no accidents reported from the State Police, Highway Patrol. We also have contacted several hospitals along from the state line in Mississippi, all the way to Biloxi.”
Courtney is 33-years-old and has a 13-year-old son. She was last seen wearing a red silk blouse with black dress pants and black shoes and has several tattoos on her arms, along with a rose on her shoulder and butterfly on her wrist.
The car she is driving is a dark gray Mazda six with a Louisiana license plate number ZQF474.
Anyone with information on Courtney’s whereabouts are urged to contact the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office at 985-898-2338.