November 14, 2002 was like any other day for Alice Donovan and her family. As she was preparing for the upcoming holidays, she was confronted in a parking lot by two escaped convicts who kidnapped her at gunpoint and brutally murdered her, afterwards discarding her body. Alice Donovan was missing for 6 years, a national high-profile case, and her remains were found in January 2009 in a rural field just outside of Myrtle Beach, South Carollina.
Angie Warner and her sister, Jennifer were devastated and their lives spiraled out of control for several years while the murderers were apprehended and convicted in two separate trials.
Years after reclaiming her life, Angie was held up at gun point and robbed at a store in which she worked.
She will discuss how she deals with being the victim of violent crime, how she has pulled her life back togehter, and how she advocates for misisng persons as a State Outreach Coordinator with CUE Center for Missing Persons.