Overview of Roseann Stone Pleasant
Beloved mother Roseann Stone Pleasant went missing on September 29, 1992.
She was last seen at a convenience store at an intersection in town; she had been dropped off by a friend. A week prior to her disappearance, she spoke of moving to Arizona to be closer to family. According to family members, she was terrified of her then long-term partner, William Brad Jackson. Jackson and Pleasant had a two-year-old daugher together, Valiree. Jackson lived at home with his parents, and Pleasant had visitation rights. When Pleasant went missing in 1992, Jackson was quick to dismiss her absence due to her "high risk" lifestyle of using drugs and engaging in prostitution.
Jackson would be convicted of killing his and Pleasant's daughter, Valiree, in 1999.
Jackson killed Valiree by smothering her to death with a pillow, as well as overdosing her on a prescription antidepressant. Jackson was convicted of killing Valiree when he inadvertently led detectives to her grave using GPS technology. Investigators baited Jackson to move her body, and had bugged his vehicle with a remote tracking device. The case made national history for its usage of forensic technology. Pleasant's whereabouts are still presently unknown despite Jackson being convicted of their daughter's murder. Do you know where Roseann is?
If you have any information on this case, please call the Spokane Police's tip line at (509) 477-5980.