The Doe Network:
Case File 2625DFOH


Tammy Ann Hill
Missing since July 1, 1995 from Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio
Classification: Endangered Missing

Vital Statistics

Circumstances of Disappearance
Tammy Fafard was last seen in Toledo, OH in July 1995.
Tammy, who would have graduated from Northwood High School in 1989 but dropped out as a sophomore, got caught up in crack cocaine. Her first three boys were taken from her after she couldn't care for them herself. She tried to check on them and see them as often as she could.
There was no phone at her home, at Crissey Road, where she lived with her husband. And she had no driver's license. The two were unemployed and broke, and they both smoked crack cocaine.
Her youngest son was born on Christmas Eve, 1994. During Tammy's pregnancy, tests indicated she was developing cervical cancer. Doctors warned her to be treated as soon as her baby was born.
Tammy never sought treatment for the possible cancer. She went home, and according to her husband, she continued to smoke crack. The fourth baby also was taken from her. As things got worse Tammy began selling her body for drugs.

Her husband told police the couple had gotten into a fight, over the drugs, and Tammy walked from the house without her purse and belongings. She wore no shoes, just a sun-dress.
He never reported his wife as missing, as she often would leave for two or three weeks, and her disappearance went virtually unnoticed for half a summer.
Police were well aware of the problems in the Crissey Road house. Time and again, deputies called to the home broke up fights between the two.
In the last weeks, Tammy checked in often with her mother, and she saw her boys.
Investigators fear foul play in her disappearance.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Toledo Police Department
Detective Stooksbury

Agency Case Number: 006932-95

Source Information:
Americas Missing Adults
Blade, The (Toledo, OH)

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