Ashley Brown's mom tells police her daughter was "depressed" and "possibly on drugs" just before she disappeared.
That's what we're learning now about the 29-year-old Jacksonville woman who has been missing since her red Nissan Cube was found abandoned on the Mathews Bridge early Thanksgiving morning.
A Jacksonville Sheriff's Office missing person report also shows Darlene Green told investigators that her daughter would "frequently meet guys online" and that she hadn't seen her daughter since she had moved out the week prior.
According to Brown's family, the 29-year-old nursing student and mother of two was last heard from around 5:45 a.m on Thanksgiving Day, texting her sister that she was planning to meet her and other family members later on in the day.
But Brown never made it there, with police instead finding her vehicle parked in the eastbound right lane of the Mathews Bridge around 30 minutes later with the hazard lights flashing and the engine running.
Per the officers on scene, there was a "disturbance" on the metal railing near the car that "was consistent with someone sitting on the edge", but Green believes there's no way her daughter committed suicide.
Those officers also discovered a wallet in the car which had Brown's driver's license inside. They were also able to trace the vehicle's registry to her but weren't able to track her down at various addresses throughout the city.
Nothing else turned up during an air and ground search of the immediate area, including through some nearby businesses which were open at the time.
Police also questioned a 40-year-old man listed in the report as the "child father" and he told them he hadn't seen Brown in some time.
JSO hasn't said what steps they plan to take next in this case, but the case is still active and we'll keep you informed of any new developments as they come in.