ONNIKA HAS BEEN LOCATED
ADEN AND DANE HAVE BEEN LOCATED.
Tyrus has been located safe.
JADE ARELL FLORES
JADE IS AN AMERICAN CITIZEN AND FOSTER CHILD OF SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA. JADE’S WHEREABOUTS ARE KNOWN.
RIGHT TOP/BOTTOM PHOTOS – NCMEC
THREE LARGE PHOTOS – SURVEILLANCE
IN 2006, 2-YEAR-OLD JADE ARELL FLORES AND HER SISTER WERE REMOVED FROM THEIR PARENTS BY THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES AND PLACED INTO STATE CUSTODY. THEY WERE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO BE PLACED WITH A LOVING FOSTER FAMILY.
ON JULY 6, 2008, JADE WAS NOT RETURNED TO A STATE OWNED CHILD SHELTER FACILITY BY HER FATHER, HEIBY PENA FLORES, FOLLOWING A SCHEDULED VISIT. THE POLICE WERE CONTACTED AND A REPORT FOR ‘CHILD STEALING’ WAS TAKEN.
JADE, A UNITED STATES CITIZEN WAS TAKEN TO A SMALL TOWN IN MEXICO. THE ABDUCTOR HAS A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, PHYSICAL ABUSE AND HAS A FELONY WARRANT FOR HIS ARREST FOR JADE’S KIDNAPPING.
OUR PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR HAS MADE SURVEILLANCE WITH JADE A FEW TIMES SINCE WE DISCOVERED HER WHEREABOUTS. A FEW WEEKS AGO ANOTHER SURVEILLANCE UNIT, INCLUDING AN INVESTIGATOR AND A REPRESENTATIVE OF A LOCAL MEXICAN LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. THEY FOUND JADE STILL THERE. JADE, IS NOW KNOWN AS “THE ONE SECUESTRADO” (THE KIDNAPPED ONE) IN THE TOWN WHERE HEIBY IS KEEPING HER.
THE RELEVANT AMERICAN CONSULAR AGENT HAS STATED HE IS WILLING TO HELP, BUT THE PROCESS NEEDS TO BE INITIATED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
ALSO CONTACTED WERE THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND THE US EMBASSY IN MEXICO CITY. BOTH ADVISED THAT EITHER THE SANTA CLARA DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE OR SANTA CLARA CHILD SERVICES NEED TO INITIATE THE PROCESS.
A DEMAND WAS MADE BY THE SANTA CLARA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES TO STOP THE DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION ON THE CASE. THE REASON – PRIVACY CONCERNS. (WE HAVE A COPY OF THAT SIGNED LETTER.)
A POLICE CHIEF IN MEXICO HAS OFFERED TO RECOVER THE CHILD AND TAKE HER TO THE NEAREST EMBASSY SO SHE CAN RETURN HOME.
AT THIS TIME, NO EFFORTS HAVE BEEN OR ARE BEING MADE TO RECOVER JADE AND TAKE HER HOME TO HER SISTER (NOW ADOPTED) AND FOSTER-ADOPT FAMILY. IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, WITH VERY CAPABLE AGENCIES AT THEIR DISPOSAL, HAVE NOT ONLY FAILED TO DO ANYTHING, BUT ALSO HINDERED THE INVESTIGATION BY DEMANDING RESCUE EFFORTS TO STOP.
MAYBE AN INTERNAL AFFAIRS INVESTIGATION WOULD BE APPROPRIATE UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES? WHAT WILL IT TAKE FOR THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE OR DSS AGENCIES TO TAKE THE APPROPRIATE STEPS TO RECOVER THIS ABDUCTED AMERICAN CITIZEN?
Foster Child Jade Flores Kidnapped on July 6, 2008 Located in Mexico
• Jade is an American citizen and foster child from Santa Clara County California.
• She was abducted by her non-custodial parent Heiby Flores, a convicted felon with multiple violent offenses who fled to Mexico (MX) with her.
• At the time of abduction, Jade was living in Santa Clara County with a foster family that had previously adopted Jade’s biological sister.
• September 2008: Prosecuting District Attorney (DA) gave permission for Foster Parent to hire a private investigator and have a Facebook page to help locate Jade.
• December 2008: Information received from Confidential Informant of location of Jade in MX. All information was given to District Attorney Investigator and Santa Clara County Social Services.
• December 2010: Information received from additional Confidential Informant of same location of Jade in MX, Including Map of current location, school attending, and photos of her. All information was given to DA investigator handling the case and Social Services.
• February 2011: Private Investigator (PI) gave presentation to DA Investigator of all information and requested a Hague (The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, is a multilateral treaty developed by the Hague Conference on Private International Law that provides an expeditious method to return a child internationally abducted. The Convention was drafted to ensure the prompt return of children who have been abducted from their country of habitual residence or wrongfully retained in a contracting state not their country of habitual residence) to bring home Jade. DA and Social Services declined to act.
• May 2011: Social Services sent letter to Foster Parents telling them they may not independently search for Jade, have a Facebook page, or exchange any information about Jade to anyone.
• August 2011: Confidential Informant contacted DA Abduction Department directly and shared information previously shown to Social Services and DA Investigator in May 2011.
• June 2012: Private Investigator informed DA and National Center for Missing and Exploited Children of location of Jade Flores.
• November 2012- Confidential Informant in Mexico contacted Private Investigator (PI) and PI sent surveillance unit to find Jade. Child was located and information was sent to National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
• November 2013 Private Investigator informed by previous Confidential Informant that Jade is still in Mexico, sent surveillance unit to MX, located Jade, has photos and video with time stamp.
• NO discernible action taken to date by Santa Clara County District Attorney or Social Services to bring Jade home to US.
Jade Flores is a foster child who was abducted by her assumed non-custodial father and taken to Mexico in 2008. The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office and Department of Children and Family Services has failed and neglected to protect her and bring her home to her loving fost-adopt family and sister. Even though the DA and Social Services have known of the whereabouts of Jade for many years, they have chosen to not get a Hague, or request help for ICE, FBI or any other agency who specialize in bringing home kidnapped children.
Please help us bring Jade home.
Contact Private Investigator Wilhelm von Mayer at 423-987-6150 for more information.
Elizabeth has been located.
Samantha has been located.
Ana has been located.
Tatiana has been located safe.
AGE: 5 MONTHS
HEIGHT: APPROX. 2 ½’
WEIGHT: APPROX. 2O LBS
JACKSON AND HIS FAMILY WERE REPORTED MISSING FROM THEIR HOME IN THE 7300 BLOCK OF CERRO NEGRO DRIVE, WHERE THEY LEFT A SUICIDE NOTE.
JACKSON’S FAMILY, JEFFREY FARREY (FATHER), JENNA FARREY (MOTHER) AND BLAKE FARREY (BROTHER) WERE LOCATED AND TAKEN INTO CUSTODY ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2013. THE DODGE CHARGER THEY WERE TRAVELING IN HAS ALSO BEEN LOCATED.
THE WHEREABOUTS OF 5 MONTH OLD JACKSON FARREY REMAIN UNKNOWN.
THE FAMILY’S DOG IS ALSO MISSING.
MISSING SINCE: NOVEMBER 15, 2013
MISSING FROM: EL PASO, TEXAS
EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT 915-832-4400
CRIME STOPPERS OF EL PASO 915-566-8477
** UPDATE **
EL PASO, TEXAS :: CRITICAL MISSING INFANT, 5-MONTH-OLD JACKSON FARRY BELIEVED TO BE RECOVERED. DNA CONFIRMATION PENDING.
POLICE FOUND JACKSON’S REMAINS IN OROGRANDE, NEW MEXICO.
JACKSON’S PARENTS ARE IN CUSTODY.
“Remains of missing El Paso baby believed to be found in N.M.; father arrested
By Adriana M. Chávez / El Paso Times
POSTED: 11/20/2013 10:41:36 PM MST
›› Photos: Search for body of Jackson Farrey
›› Replay live coverage: El Paso police news conference on Jackson Farrey search
A 5-month-old boy missing since last week was found buried in the desert near U.S. 54 on Wednesday, the same day his father was returned to El Paso and charged with injury to a child by ommission. His bond was set at $1.5 million.
The boy’s remains, which police said they believe to be that of Jackson Farrey, were found about a quarter of a mile west of U.S. 54 in Orogrande, N.M., near McGregor Range and in an area commonly used for military training. His father, Fort Bliss Spc. Jeffrey Farrey, 22, remains in the El Paso County Jail and is expected to get a court-appointed lawyer.
El Paso police spokesman Darrel Petry said during a news conference in Orogrande Wednesday they are working to confirm that the remains found belong to Jackson Farrey, who was reported missing last week along with his parents and 19-month-old brother, Blake Farrey.
The mother, father and brother, Blake, were found and taken into custody in Michigan on Sunday. Jackson Farrey was not with them.
All four family members were reported missing on Friday. The mother, Jenna Farrey, is still in custody in Michigan. The brother, Blake, is in Child Protective Services.
On Wednesday, representatives from several law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, New Mexico State Police, Border Patrol and El Paso police were in Orogrande recovering the remains. Petry said the remains would be taken to the University of New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator in Albuquerque to determine the identity of the remains and how the baby died.
Petry declined to release details on the condition of the remains, how long they may have been in the desert or how investigators learned of the location, citing the ongoing investigations. Petry said police learned of the location late Tuesday and began searching for the remains at sunrise Wednesday.
Sources close to the investigation said charges against Jeffrey Farrey may be upgraded to capital murder once it is confirmed that the remains found belong to Jackson Farrey.
Fort Bliss officials said in a news release they extradited Jeffrey Farrey from Michigan to El Paso on Wednesday and then transferred him to the El Paso Police Department. He is assigned to the 1st Battalion, 41st Infantry Regiment, Third
Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division and was scheduled to deploy with his unit to Afghanistan this winter.
Jeffrey Farrey quickly made an initial appearance before 409th District Court Judge Sam Medrano Jr. on Wednesday afternoon. However the hearing and documents related to Jeffrey Farrey are sealed.
Jenna Farrey, 20, is being held on an outstanding arrest warrant out of the 384th District Court in El Paso on a probation violation stemming from a 2012 child abandonment/endangerment case.
Jenna Farrey was arrested on July 24, 2012 for abandoning or endangering a child with intent to return. Her indictment states that she left Blake Ferry, who was about 3 months old at the time, in an apartment without adult supervision for several hours. The indictment states she intended to return.
She pleaded guilty on Jan. 23 and was sentenced to five years of probation.
According to court documents, state prosecutors allege Jenna Farrey violated her probation by failing to remain in El Paso County, failing to inform her supervising officer of her residence and violating curfew.
The Farrey family lived in a house on the 7300 block of Cerro Negro on the West Side, where police were seen Tuesday executing a search warrant at the home and remained there for several hours. Jenna and Jeffrey Farrey are both from St. Charles, Ill. They married in El Paso in 2011.
El Paso Police Department
Missing Persons Endangered
Date/Time: 11-15-13 @ 2:23 p.m
Located: Jeffrey Farrey, 22-years of age, 7300 blk Cerro Negro Dr., El Paso
Located: Jenna Farrey, 20-years of age, 7300 blk Cerro Negro Dr., El Paso, TX
Located: Blake Farrey, 19 months old
Missing : Jackson Farrey, 6 months old
– The El Paso Police Department’s Crimes Against Persons (CAP) Unit
continues to investigate the disappearance of the Farrey family that was reported on
Friday, November 15, 2013. The El Paso Police Department has been working with
the local FBI Office on this case. As the investigation has moved forward CAP
Detectives have learned that Jeffrey Farrey, Jenna Farrey and Blake Farrey were
located and taken into custody at a motel within the continental United States during
the early morning hours of Sunday, November 17, 2013. The Dodge Charger in
which they were traveling in has also been located. The whereabouts of 5 month old
Jackson Farrey remain unknown. Any person with information on this investigation
is asked to contact the El Paso Police Department at 915-832-4400 or to remain
anonymous and possibly qualify for a cash reward contact Crime Stoppers of El Paso
Due to the sensitive nature of this investigation no further information is being made
available at this time.
Amber has been located safe.
Kimberly has been located safe.
Kathryn has been located safe.
MICHAEL, YESSENIA AND THALIA
THE VOLUSIA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE HAS RELEASED A REPORT SAYING THAT THROUGH INVESTIGATION, THE MAJOR CASE UNIT HAS DISCOVERED YESSENIA SUAREZ, MICHAEL AND THALIA OTTO ARE DECEASED.
LUIS TOLEDO REMAINS IN CUSTODY ON CHARGES RELATED TO THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SITATION THAT OCCURRED THE DAY BEFORE YESSENIA AND HER CHILDREN DISAPPEARED.
HAIR: BROWN (LAST SEEN W/BLONDE, RED, AND LIGHT PINK HIGHLIGHTS)
WEIGHT: 160 LBS
WHTNEY WAS LAST SEEN LEAVING HOME AFTER A SCHOOL DANCE. SHE MAY BE IN THE COMPANY OF MICHAEL VICTOR BROWN.
MISSING SINCE: OCTOBER 19, 2013
MISSING FROM: FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA
BLUE 2004 MERCURY 4 DOOR
FL TAG: 524 PJP
SAINT LUCIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 772-464-7300
DETECTIVE HERNANDEZ 772-462-3230
CRIME STOPPERS 800-273-8477
TEXT ‘TIP151’ PLUS TIP TO CRIMES (274637)
Police seek man in missing St Lucie County teen investigation
12:22 PM, Oct 27, 2013
ST. LUCIE, Fla. – The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a man for questioning in the disappearance of a 16-year-old girl.
Michael Victor Brown is currently being sought for questioning on the possible whereabouts of missing teen Whitney Sue Rozman.
Brown is between the ages of 21 to 22-years-old with brown eyes and brown hair. He was last seen in Port St. Lucie on Southeast Atlantis Avenue, according to the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office.
Rozman is listed as an endangered runaway and was last seen on October 20 leaving her home after attending a school dance.
Rozman is described as 5-feet-9-inches tall with brown hair and green eyes and weighs about 160 pounds.
At the time of Rozman’s disappearance she was she had blonde, red, and light pink highlights in her hair.
Anyone who has any information about the whereabouts of Michael Victor Brown or Whitney Sue Rozman is asked to contact the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office at 772-462-3230.
First Coast News
Paige has been located.
Alexis has been located safe.
Quinn has been located safe.
WEIGHT: 118 LBS
WEARING: THIN CHARCOAL GREY SWEATER W/HORIZONTAL STRIPES, BLACK YOGA PANTS, TALL LEATHER BOOTS
CARRYING: GREY SHOULDER BAG
ABIGAIL WAS LAST SEEN LEAVING KENNETT HIGH SCHOOL, ON FOOT, AT THE END OF THE SCHOOL DAY AROUND 2:30 PM. A NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE POLICE K-9 TRACKED ABIGAIL FROM SCHOOL TO HOME ON VILLAGE WAY. ABIGAIL WAS NOT HOME WHEN HER MOTHER RETURNED FROM WORK.
MISSING SINCE: OCTOBER 9, 2013
MISSING FROM: NORTH CONWAY, NEW HAMPSHIRE
CONWAY POLICE DEPARTMENT 603-356-5715
TIPLINE 888-GIV-ATIP (888-448-2847)
CRYSTAL HAS BEEN LOCATED SAFE.