Evening: Georgia and a friend were hanging out when Georgia received a page.
After she recieved the page, she called the number back.
Around 10pm: Georgia and her friend walk to a gas station near the corner of Dutton Ave and Sebastopol Rd. Here, Georgia leaves with an unidentified man.
This was the last time Georgia was seen alive. The man was described as being in his 20s, a black male, 25-30 years old, 6'2" - 6'4", about 200 pounds, closely cropped black hair, medium complexion, slight mustache, driving a small white four-door vehicle.
Sebastopol Rd. & Dutton Ave.
Person of Interest/Suspect
Georgia's body is found off of Highway 101.
A badly decomposed body was found by a CalTrans worker while fixing a guardrail. Initially unidentified, autopsy indicated they had been dead at least a week. She was found nude, and there was no clothing present at the scene. Later the police would say she had been sexually assaulted, and her cause of death was strangulation.
South Petaluma Blvd onramp to Highway 101
The same day Georgia's body is found, her younger sister tells a CPS officer that she is missing.
During a home visit, 7-year old Angel tells a CPS officer that Georgia is missing. Since Georgia has always come to see her everyday, she knew something was wrong, and they file a missing persons report. The officer was there because of reports of a pedophile living in her house. This was her mother's boyfriend.
Police release a sketch and up the reward to find Georgia's killer.
After outcries that her case was not recieving enough attention, and a large memorial to remember her, the police increase the reward in her case up to $15,000.
A memorial garden and status is set up in memory of Georgia.
Initially, locals brought flowers. Eventually there was a full garden, including a angel statue in memory of Georgia. The garden stood where Georgia's body was discovered until it was moved in 2012 to accommodate road construction. The statue now stands at Santa Rosa city hall.
A vigil is held is for Georgia.
Around 200 people attended her vigil, up from the original 30 that was held just days after she was killed
Georgia's memorial is moved to a new location
The memorial is moved to Petaluma City Hall, where it stands today
Georgia Lee Moses Memorial Statue
In 2020, Angel finds a Facebook group dedicated to finding answers about Georgia's case. She connects with Maria Martin, also from Santa Rosa, and they work to get the word out.
Angel and Georgia started the official Facebook page, and the website <http://www.GeorgiaLeeMoses.com> in order to bring new attention to her case.
Sibling of Victim
Angel and Maria Martin meet and begin a deep dive into what really happened to Georgia
Maria, who was a year younger than Georgia, and went to the same school. Her father worked with the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department and was on the team who recovered Georgia’s body. Maria emailed Angel, offered her help, and has been her rock ever since. She helps Angel manage the Justice for [Georgia Lee Moses Facebook page](https://www.facebook.com/GeorgiaLeeMoses) and the [website](https://www.georgialeemoses.com/). Now considered the family advocate, Maria, is helping Angel conduct her own investigation into Georgia’s murder.
A vigil is held for Georgia
Tips start coming in to the tip email and social media pages.
Angel holds a memorial walk on what would have been Georgia's 36th birthday.
Around 30 people gathered for the walk. They wore yellow and chanted, "Justice has no expiration date."
Santa Rosa, CA