To the Official Website of Oakley Carlson
Oakley is a 7-year-old girl who has been missing from Oakville, WA since February 10, 2021. Oakley went missing while under the care of Jordan Bowers and Andrew Carlson. She has brown eyes and brown hair. She is 3 ft tall and weighs 50 lbs. There is currently a reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Oakley Carlson.
How to Help
You can help us by printing Oakley's flyers (click here for Spanish version) and distributing them in your community, sharing them on social media or simply by donating on our donation page. ALL donations are used as a reward for the information leading to her whereabouts. In lieu of the reward not being claimed or extended, the funds would then be used at the discretion of Jamie Jo and Erik Hiles. Examples include: service and headstone if necessary, college fund, scholarship in Oakley’s name, trust fund for Oakley’s siblings, etc. Reward expires on Dec 06, 2024.
You can also help by doing the following:
Sharing Oakley’s Story
Click here to let Governor Jay Inslee know you are requesting a secondary OUTSIDE AGENCY REVIEW of Oakley Carlson's Washington State Department of Children, Youth & Families case. Feel free to copy/paste this sample letter.
Ask your favorite content creator or news channel to cover Oakley’s story
Include Oakley Carlson's official website: https://justiceforoakley.wixsite.com/home
Feel free to copy/paste this sample media letter when reaching out to news/media sources & favorite content creators.
SATURDAY, MARCH 16
The PINKathon is an event in support of Oakley Carlson, who went missing from Oakville, WA in 2021 at just 4 years old. Sport your best pink (her favorite color) during this 5k fun run/walk in support of Oakley. There will also be a kids run for the younger participants! PINKathon is hosted by Miss Thurston County’s Teen Emma Adams, in collaboration with Light The Way Missing Persons Advocacy Project, to spread awareness and raise money for the Oakley Carlson Reward Fund, a 501(c)3 registered in Washington state, and the investigation of Oakley’s case. Registration fee includes the race, an official PINKathon t-shirt, and race bib. The race begins at 9 am on Saturday, March 16, 2024 at 103 Capitol Way South, Fountain in Front of the Washington State Capitol Building in Olympia, Washington. Click here to find out more and to register for the race!
Three years ago, on February 10, 2021, was the last sighting of Oakley Carlson. Since then, no one has seen Oakley and her sweet smile or heard her contagious laugh. In those 1,095 days, we have learned Oakley's biological parents are suspects in her disappearance who refuse to cooperate with the investigation and that WA DCYF, the state agency deemed with protecting Oakley, failed at doing so. Oakley's supporters, who are lead by her loving foster family Jamie Jo and Erik Hiles, continue to demand action, answers and justice for Oakley. Please help by sharing her story until we bring her home.
A message via Grays Harbor Sheriff's Office Chief of Special Services, Paul Logan:
***Oakley Carlson Age Progression Picture***
"Oakley Carlson was reported missing on 12/06/21, and the last credible sighting of Oakley was on 02/10/21. Since that time, the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office with the assistance of numerous law enforcement agencies and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) have continued to investigate this case and search for Oakley.
Due to the circumstances surrounding her disappearance, a recent photo of Oakley was difficult to obtain at the time of her disappearance. The picture originally used at that time was of Oakley on about her 3rd birthday, two years prior to her being reported missing.
Thanks to the assistance of NCMEC, we now have an age progression picture showing Oakley at about 6 years old, as she would appear now. If you have any information regarding the Oakley Carlson investigation please contact the Grays Harbor Sheriff's Office at (360) 964-1729"
-Chief of Special Services Paul Logan
A special Thank You
We want to extend such heartfelt gratitude to Parker Outdoor Inc and Pacific Outdoor Advertising for their extremely generous donation of billboard space for Oakley all across Washington. Thank you both for your continued generosity and kindness!