WELFARE CONCERN; woman and dog missing from Kisatchie area….UPDATE: both found unharmed


Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies and US Forest Service Law Enforcement Agents are attempting to locate and check on the welfare of a female and a black pit bulldog that walked away from the Red Bluff Camp area in Kisatchie National Forest Friday, Dec. 14.

Kayla Sheryl Brown, 24, b/f, 5 feet, 4 inches tall, 190 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair of Philadelphia, Pa.,and her black pit bulldog were reportedly with a group in the Red Bluff camp area when she decided to leave and told other camp visitors that she was going to try and make it back to Philadelphia.

Deputies and Forest Service Agents have patrolled the area extensively but have been unable to locate Brown. Detectives interviewed a couple who observed Brown walking in Kisatchie at approximately 9:30 a.m. Monday morning.

She informed the couple that she was trying to make it to a store and did not appear to be in any distress. Deputies would like to make contact with Brown to confirm she is safe and assist if possible.

If you are traveling through the area, or observe a female and black pit bulldog walking on the roadside matching Brown’s description, contact the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office at 318.352.6432 or submit a tip at www.npsheriff.org Case agent: Detective Darrel Winder, 318-357-7830