Ashley Haynes is a married mother of two from Maumelle, Arkansas who disappeared while paddling on the Arkansas River.
Although there was an extensive search effort to find the Hayes, who was heavily involved in local charity efforts, the search has now been called off, according to the Maumelle Police Department.
Haynes disappeared on June 12, 2022. She remains missing.
Kelly Haynes Bingham wrote on Facebook:
Here’s what you need to know:
The Maumelle Police Department in Arkansas wrote in a January 14, 2020 press release on its Facebook page that the department is “ending our active search for missing Maumelle resident Ashley Haynes.”
The department added:
According to KARK, Haynes left a note saying she’d be back by 5 p.m. but never returned.
According to Fox13, Haynes went paddling around 3pm on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, and her family reported her missing at 6pm
A search with five different agencies began, but to no avail.
“Deer and fish came out this morning, we now have two boats outside searching as we speak, North Little Rock also has a drone in the air and the Maumelle Police Department has cops on foot,” Capt. David Collins with Maumelle Police said according to the television station.
“We’re focusing on the Maumelle side of the river, which will likely be the north side of the river where it actually entered the water originally,” Collins told the station.
A friend of Haynes wrote on Facebook:
However, police confirmed that no snacks were found. According to Arkansas Online.com, only the paddle board and paddle were found.
The son’s post is no longer visible on their page, but people shared screenshots:
Haynes’ Facebook page lists her name as Ashley Schwarz Haynes and says she is married to Chris Haynes, has two children, lives in Maumelle, Arkansas, and is from Fort Smith, Arkansas. She posted numerous family photos and stated that she enjoyed travel, backpacking, cooking, volunteering, camping, and hiking.
She also recently wrote about Helping a Dog, a charity yoga event, urging people to help the homeless and get vaccinated.
In December, she posted a photo with her husband and wrote, “Backpacking to Grinders Ferry on the Buffalo River. We had to detach ourselves from the post-election drama and take a step back. Hiked to this peak and saw a bald eagle soaring through the sky. It was a sign not to give up hope ❤️ change for out 🌎 came!.”
One woman wrote on Facebook: “Please send Ashley Schwarz Haynes home safely Lord. 🙏🏻 Chris Haynes was my manager for about 5 years and I had the privilege of meeting and hanging out with this beautiful woman. She is such a sweetheart. Please let the prayers come. I have faith that we will find you. i love you all so much 🙏🏻”
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