Deputies searching for missing, endangered Haralson woman

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The Haralson County Sheriff's Office is desperately searching for a woman who was last seen in a domestic situation with a wanted man who authorities consider dangerous.

Officials say 31-year-old Jessica Victoria Earl, also known as Jessica Jones King, was last seen on June 8 at a home on Little Circle near Tallapoosa, Georgia.

Police say she had a confrontation with 36-year-old Jeffery Seth Odom, who officials say has an extensive criminal history and currently has multiple warrants out for his arrest. Both Earl and Odom had been staying with friends and did not have a permanent residence.

The Sheriff's Office said they located a phone belonging to Earl in the woods near the area and have been searching with the Paulding Haralson Drug Task Force and the GBI to see if they can locate Earl.

"We have searched extensively for both Earl and Odom with the emphasis being finding Ms. Earl, who were are very concerned about at this time," The Haralson County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Joel McSwain said in a statement.

Police have also arrested two suspects, 31-year-old Tyla Toliver and 40-year-old Candy Chandler, for transporting Odom while they knew law enforcement were searching for him.

"Our goal is to find Ms. Earl and return her to her family along with apprehending Odom with the safety of the public in mind," McSwain said.

Officials are asking anyone who may have information or sightings or either Earl or Odom to please call them at (770) 646-2011. They are asking people to not engage Odom, as he has a history of violent offenses, is known to possess a firearm and should be considered dangerous.