By: Tamara Evans Email
By: Tamara Evans Email

Police are once again searching for a missing central Kentucky woman.

Patricia Last hasn't been seen since Friday night.

Friends of Patricia Last say she was at her home in Woodford County Friday night around midnight, and they haven't heard from her since then.

Friend Donna Nabors says she went to Last's home on Saturday evening when another friend said they hadn't heard from her. She found her door unlocked, and her keys, cell phone, and credit cards inside.

She says it isn't like Patricia Last to leave without telling anyone and friends are worried something has happened to her.

They say she was recently served with divorce papers and planned to move, but wouldn't have left without telling them, or leaving behind her 75 horses and other animals on her 80 acre farm.

Versailles Police searched the area on foot and from the air but they haven't found any sign of the 65-year old.

Police were back up in the air on Tuesday, using a helicopter to try to locate Last.

If you know her whereabouts, you're asked to call Versailles Police at 859-873-3126.


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  • by Julie Location: Madison, MN on Dec 3, 2008 at 09:17 PM
    I have known Pat since sometime in the 80's. She has been separated from her big-buck husband who has supported all this for many many years. He hasn't sent her any money for many years and she has been struggling. Now he wants a divorce. She has no income or support except from him so the divorce may not be what she could accept. There is this farm in Versailles, the farm in Red Wing and his abode in Minneapolis. All in his name. He benefits from her disappearance and he has the income to cause it. This MAKES NO SENSE!! PAT WOULD NEVER LEAVE HER BABIES!!
  • by Susan Location: Latham, NY on Oct 18, 2008 at 01:26 PM
    Patricia's in our hearts and prayers. Come home safely and unharmed. www.spanishtimbrado.us
  • by Anonymous Location: Versailles on Oct 15, 2008 at 04:11 PM
    Initially the dog teams were called, but after a thorough search of the farm were called off. Its not a wooded area. The woman was either abducted (in which case a search team would be useless) or wanted to disappear and start over.
  • by RCC Location: WINCHESTER on Oct 15, 2008 at 12:38 PM
    ISN'T GIVING "AGE" AND A PICTURE PART OF HELPING ID A PERSON? THEY SHOULD OF ALSO GIVE A PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION OF HER!EVERYBODY SHOULD THINK BEFORE GIVING THEIR COMMENTS.
  • by Charles Location: Harrodsburg, KY on Oct 14, 2008 at 03:10 PM
    Now that we have Chris Bailey back, let's keep him!
  • by Martha Location: Lexington on Oct 14, 2008 at 01:58 PM
    they didn't make age out to be a big deal. They said how old she was. they would have done that with anyone. plus, being 65 years old, you have to wonder, did she have a medical condition and wonder away.
  • by Bob Location: London on Oct 14, 2008 at 12:19 PM
    Did anyone check the whereabouts of the soon-to-be ex husband? Is he a current property owner of the 80 acre farm or the 75 horses?
  • by ABBY Location: Winchester on Oct 14, 2008 at 03:44 AM
    Why not call out some search and resuce teams to help look for her, they work as volunteers and are not paid for the services they provide, therefore the police can continue doing there job of fighting crime and protecting the community. The longer they wait to call out SAR teams the colder the trail get and SAR dogs will be useless.
  • by Mike Location: Lexington on Oct 13, 2008 at 05:49 AM
    Why does the news make a 65 a big deal! Is that old? Why put her age??

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