Each week True Crime Diva highlights a missing persons case that has little or no information available regarding the circumstances of disappearance. It is important that we also remember these victims regardless of how much time has passed.
This was supposed to be up on June 5, 2017, but for some reason when I scheduled it, the post did not publish. I have not been logged in since June 4th, so I did not catch it. My apologies!
True Crime Diva’s Missing Person of the Week
James Aaron Toole was last seen in Pansey, Alabama on May 15, 1995.
James worked at a local convenience store and on May 15, he left early, only working a few hours of his shift.
Earlier in the day, he stopped by his granddaughter’s home to tell her he would not be able to get her off the school bus because he was going to central Florida for a few days to visit a sick relative.
James also briefly spoke with his wife before he disappeared.
Prior to his disappearance, James had eye surgery and was not supposed to drive at night. However, on the night of May 15, his wife passed him as he was driving north on Houston County Road 75.
James never arrived in Florida and has not been seen since. The car he was driving, a four-door 1984 or 1987 Chevy Cavalier has never been recovered.
All of James’ personal belongings were still at his house, including his medication. His bank account was never touched again. James and his wife were separated at the time, and were not living together. She was living with her daughter.
James’ wife passed away in 2004.
There is a Facebook page set up for him by his family. They refer to him as Aaron.