News brief: Thurston County mom missing almost a week

Friday, December 28, 2012 at 5:14 pm

By Sharyn  L. Decker
Lewis County Sirens news reporter

The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about a missing mother who hasn’t been seen since she left her home for a trip to the mall before Christmas.


Kyndra L. Nevils

At about 7 p.m. last Saturday evening, Kyndra L. Nevils departed her residence east of Tumwater to go to the Capitol Mall in west Olympia, according to the sheriff’s office.

She left her children at home with a roommate and never arrived at the mall, according to Sgt. Ray Brady.

She wasn’t driving and deputies don’t think she took a bus as she had planned, Brady said in a news release.

Her home is in the general area of Yelm Highway and College Street, according to Brady.

Nevils, 33, is described as 5-feet 3-inches tall with a medium build and black hair with green eyes, according to the sheriff’s office.

She has a tattoo on her upper chest. She has no known medical conditions.

Anyone who sees her or knows her whereabouts is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 360-704-2740.

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7 Responses to “News brief: Thurston County mom missing almost a week”

  1. adminsharyn says:

    thank you Brian. i posted a new story today about that … –sharyn decker

  2. Brian says:

    She was found, ALIVE fyi.

  3. Kari oakie says:

    Amen Monkeys Uncle.

  4. Monkey's Uncle says:

    Given this happened in the jurisdiction of the Thurston County Sheriff’s office things probably don’t bode so well for this person.

    From what I’ve seen these past few years Thurston County seems to have a pretty abissmal record of solving serious crimes.

    Nancy Moyers’ been missing since March 2009, I haven’t heard of anything new on her case since it happened. Did they ever find out who was behind the dead woman left along Littlerock road back in what, 2006? How about the woman who turned up missing a couple years ago around a water way in Olympia,.Her dead young son and abandoned van were found but thats all. Any news on the guy who was found dead in that burned out truck last month inside Capitol Forest? One case they did manage to break, because somebody talked, was the people who killed that young guy off the E-9000 line inside Capitol Forest and left his body in the brush right off a main intersection of the logging road, to be found by a DNR employee after the Sheriffs Office couldn’t find the body. Some body who lives out there told me where the body was, I couldn’t believe the Sheriff’s office over looked him. I’ve been on that road myself hunting and it’s a wide open spot just off the road.

    Even though they were not from Thurston county I still feel the need to mention the long missing Lindsey Baum and Kayla Kroft, not to forget Kyron Horman. All missing since 2009, and yet to have any of these cases broke by investigators.

    Why dosen’t Dirty Cop Enforcer ever talk about those cases instead of his personal piffles?

  5. OldLongJohnson says:

    “Why would you assume she got killed from the get go??”

    Well, for starters we live in Washington State with the highest concentration of serial killers in the world. Second, the truth is that if a person isn’t located within the first 48 hours of disapearing, there is a really good chance they are already dead.

    Statistically speaking, why wouldn’t a person infer that a missing person might be dead?

  6. Brian says:

    Why would you assume she got killed from the get go?? Why assume the worst?

  7. OldLongJohnson says:

    It sounds to me like a young lady in need of money but was afraid to tell the truth about where she was going and who she was doing.

    Pray she’s found alive and hoping that if she’s not, her killer can be brought to justice before it turns into a debacle.

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