Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
According to her husband, Roger, Wayma left on August 15 after they had an argument. He said she had a pack of cigarettes and 600$ which she was going to use to buy drugs. She had been arrested 100 of times in the past for drugs, prostitution and other charges, but had not been arrested or convicted since 1997 and had a perfect 3-year attendance at her job. On November 25, 2002, Roger was scheduled to take a polygraph regarding his wife's disappearance. Instead, he accidentally died of smoke inhalation in a fire in his mobile home. In a review of the home, one of Wayma's relatives noted that a table saw was missing. The search for the saw led law enforcement to a pawn shop, where they also discovered that Roger White had pawned 3 additional saws and his wife's wedding rings. When she disappeared, Roger said that Wayma was wearing her rings. Given the circumstances surrounding her case, foul play is suspected.
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Buncombe County Sheriff