Weaver telephoned her mother on her birthday about a week before she was reported missing.
“She talked about the future — getting a home for her and the girls and getting a job,” Dohren said.
Weaver also wouldn't have left her father. The two had a standing weekly lunch date and spoke daily, she said.
Weaver is an amateur artist and poet who carried sketch pads and notepads with her wherever she went. Her notebooks were found in the home of the man who claims to have dropped her off the night she disappeared, her mother said.
“She's basically a good kid who may have gotten messed up with the wrong people,” Dohren said.
“It was likely someone she knew. She had been running with a pretty rough crowd,” Wilson said.
He said he has interviewed a couple of people who may be connected with Weaver's disappearance, but police continue to search for evidence that could lead to an arrest.
Weaver is 5-foot-4, weighs about 115 pounds and has brown eyes and light brown hair.
Anyone with information can call Wilson at 273-2121.