JaRay Wilson, 16, Search Goes Nationwide for Missing Weatherford Teen . It has been nearly 20 days since Jaray Wilson from Weatherford Oklahoma left her parent’s home because of a dispute about curfew. Jaray’s mother said that the 16-year-old teen stayed in contact with her family and friends for about a week. Then all communication stopped about two weeks ago.
Wilson’s parents say someone last saw the teen on Oct. 15 with a man in a white car getting gas at a store. However, there is no surveillance video and the man, 37-year-old Gilberto Paz, has been cleared by police.
The family has covered hundreds of miles over the last few days posting flyers of JaRay Wilson all over the state. The Oklahoma police and No Boundaries International, an organization dedicated to curbing street prostitution and human trafficking, took the search to Oklahoma City and are now expanding to a Nationwide Search. There haven’t been to many details on the case, except for that tips led them to believe JaRay had been forced into trafficking and although the leads have not panned out yet they can not rule out the possible tie to the S. Robinson area or its activity.
There is not enough evidence to qualify JaRay Wilson for an Amber Alert.
Wilson’s parents said their daughter no longer had three piercings under the lower lip, but did have two new piercings above the upper lip. They also said her natural hair color was blonde, though it had been dyed dark.
Anyone with information should contact their local law enforcement agency immediately.
JaRay Wilson, 16, Search Goes Nationwide for Missing Weatherford Teen