Joni Davis’ sister met again with investigators at the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office.
It appears they are inching closer to an answer in this mystery that is now more than a month old.
Joni’s sister, Jackie Davis, didn’t want to release too many details.
But she said people from certain areas of the Ohio Valley have found indications of activity, and they have come forward and even helped the family and law enforcement to search.
“We’re very hopeful that there’s a little bit of movement in this case,” said Jackie Davis. “I would say there have been many good tips. They have brought some people in for questioning and they have questioned some other people. They’ve searched every route by air and on foot. They’ve flown the river. There’s no sign of the car anywhere,. So at this point, you have to think that somebody doesn’t want us to find the car.”
Chief Deputy James Zusack calls the case “very confusing.”
“We’ve been following up leads,” said Chief Deputy Zusack. “We’ve been working with the family and with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. If you have information, just please for the family’s sake, give us the information. Let us know if you know anything so we can follow up on it, so that we can find these people finally and hopefully put this to rest.”
He said the fact that Goff and Davis were “so systematic in their daily schedule” is significant, but declined to answer whether or not if it is a case of foul play.
Anyone with information or ideas is urged to call the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office at (740) 695-7933.