How can two women’s cases, which are eerily similar, get such drastically different amounts of coverage and public reaction? What changes the trajectory of a case? Both were around 40 years old, both were mothers, both went missing around the new year this year (2023), and in both cases the bodies were found around the same time. How did one case get national coverage and the other barely get local coverage?
Please note: This post will focus on Amy Gregory. We have a previous blog post that contains links to the timeline and updates on Jennifer's case, you can view it here.
Amy Leigh Gregory
Birth: 1/4/1985 - Death: Body was found on 2/12/2023 but her death year is listed as 2022
Ethnicity: Caucasian - Sex: Female
Hometown: Wilkes-Barre, PA - Luzerne County
Crime Scene: Unknown, her body was found in the Susquehanna River
Last Known Location Alive: Unknown (or unreleased) It has been reported that she was last seen 12/21 or 12/22 of 2022
Injury Description: Unknown - An autopsy was scheduled for Feb 14, but no updates have been released
Suspect Description: Unknown
Additional Information: Amy was 6 months pregnant at the time of her disappearance
Anyone with information regarding the disappearance and death of Amy Gregory is asked to contact Detective Andres at 570-208-4128 or anonymously contact PA crime stoppers toll free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS.