Fort Bragg soldier Pfc. Kelli Bordeaux, 23 is considered missing and possibly in danger by friends and family.
Bordeaux was last seen leaving the Froggy Bottoms bar in Fayetteville, North Carolina Saturday morning at 1:20 AM with a bar worker who allegedly dropped her home. She was reported missing Monday by base officials.
There is some information we've gathered that makes us concerned for her safety, said Fayetteville Police spokesperson Gavin MacRoberts to ABC News. He refused to give any more details due to the ongoing investigation.
Sometime during the night, Bordeaux sent two text messages, one of which said got home safely. An army official didn't know who the text was sent to or what the other text said, according to CNN.
Her mother, Johnna Henson, doesn't believe the story police officials are telling her. She said her daughter was spooked while someone was driving her home. Bordeaux apparently told the driver to let her out before she reached home, her mother said, according to CNN.
[Police] told me they think that someone picked her up and took her to the bar and she had a good time at the bar and did karaoke and was acting silly and having fun. And then supposedly someone was going to give her a ride home from the bar. That's where the story doesn't quite add up, said Hanson to NBC.
Henson doesn't believe her daughter reached home.
I don't think she got home from the bar and supposedly the person who dropped her off...uhmm...something supposedly spooked her in the car he told them one time. That she didn't want to get out of the car, yet she got out of the car and that's the part I don't understand. If something spooked her why would she get out of the car and, you know, go forward, said Hanson.
Fayetteville police searched Bordeaux's apartment and vehicle.
Bordeaux older sister, Olivia Cox, said her sibling did not often miss work.
Kelli is a good soldier, Cox told CNN. Kelli is not a soldier who would go AWOL.
She wanted her future to be securely in place and she knew joining the military would do that. Being a soldier, for Kellie, is something she wouldn't jeopardize for anything. Missing working isn't something that's in character for Kellie, said Cox to NBC.
Henson told ABC News she was having difficulty dealing with Bordeaux's disappearance. Henson and Cox are aiding in the search.
I can't function not knowing where she is. How can someone hurt her? Henson said. I lost my mother and my husband within a three months span. I can't deal with losing my child. I can't deal with anymore loss.
Bordeaux is described as 5 feet tall, weighing in at 99 pounds, with blond hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing pink halter top and black shorts.
She joined the army in April 2011 and was sent to Fort Bragg in November. She was assigned to the 601st Area Support Medical Company, 261st Multifunctional Medical Battalion, 44th Medical Brigade.
She joined the military to make her family proud, said Cox. She just wanted to have that future securely in place. She knew the military would do that.
According to her Facebook page, Bordeaux is originally from Orlando, Florida. She studied dental hygiene at Valencia Community College. She has been married to Mike Bordeaux for two years.