NICOLE MADISON LOVELL 13 * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * CRITICAL MEDICAL ALERT * BLACKSBURG VIRGINIA

NICOLE LOVELL 13 * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * CRITICAL MEDICAL ALERT

 

#BLACKSBURG VA * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * * MEDICAL ALERT * #PrayerAndAShare
NICOLE MADISON LOVELL 13 YO WHITE FEMALE, BROWN HAIR, BLUE EYES, 4’08”, 125 LBS; TRACHEOTOMY SCAR ON NECK
WEARING GREY STRIPED ‘MOSSY OAK’ SHIRT, BLACK JEANS, BROWN/PINK ‘PHAT BABY’ COWBOY BOOTS; CARRYING BLUE/YELLOW ‘MINIONS’ BLANKET

** IN NEED OF IMMEDIATE MEDICAL CARE ** IF SEEN CONTACT 911 IMMEDIATELY **
NICOLE REQUIRES NECESSARY MEDICATIONS FOR LIVER TRANSPLANT, WITHOUT WHICH, NICOLE’S ORGANS WILL SHUT DOWN

LAST SEEN 1/27/16 IN THE LANTERN RIDGE AREA, MIDNIGHT – 7:00 AM.

CONTACT 911
BLACKSBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT 540-961-1150
ANONYMOUS 540-961-1819
EMAIL CIU @BLACKSBURG.GOV

XANDER QUIGLEY 3 * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * PALM COAST, FLORIDA * CAUTION ADVISED * SUSPECTS ARMED AND DANGEROUS *

XANDER QUIGLEY * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT

 

#PalmCoast FL * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT
* SUSPECTS ARMED AND DANGEROUS * ESCAPED PRISONER *
XANDER QUIGLEY 3 YO WHITE MALE, BLONDE HAIR, HAZEL EYES, 3’0″, 35 LBS

VEHICLE: WHITE 2010 CHEVROLET COBALT, FLORIDA TAG EUJL31

NATASHA QUIGLEY 24 YO WHITE FEMALE, BROWN HAIR, BLUE EYES, 5’06”, 210 LBS; PIERCED EARS

GARY WARDELL BULLOCK JR 24 YO WHITE MALE, BROWN SHAVED HAIR, BROWN EYES; TATTOO RIGHT ARM – JAPANESE LETTERS

ON 1/22/16, NATASHA QUIGLEY AIDED BULLOCK IN ESCAPE FROM WORK RELEASE, SHE THEN TOOK XANDER, STOLE MONEY AND A WEAPON FROM HER MOTHER’S.

* CAUTION IS ADVISED * DO NOT APPROACH * IF SEEN CONTACT 911 IMMEDIATELY *

VOLUSIA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE 386-248-1777
FDLE 888-FL MISSING (888-356-4774)
CRIME STOPPERS 888-277-TIPS (8477)
TEXT “TIP231” PLUS YOUR TIP TO “CRIMES” (274637)

https://www.fdle.state.fl.us/mcicsearch/Flyers/FlyerCust.asp?ID=93967

http://www.volusiasheriff.org/news/2012700-search-continues-for-escaped-prisoner-and-girlfriend.stml

http://www.dc.state.fl.us/escapedinmates/detail.asp?Bookmark=1&From=list&SessionID=988223750

http://www.crimestoppersofnortheastflorida.com/index.php?loc=details&story=2157

MILEAH HILL 2 * AMBER ALERT * SAGINAW, MICHIGAN

 

Mileah is believed to have been taken by her cousin, 15-yeasr-,old MIkelah WILLIAMS.

Mileah is believed to have been taken by her cousin, 15-year-old MIkelah WILLIAMS.

#SAGINAW MICHIGAN #AMBERAlert. #PrayerAndAShare
MILEAH HILL 2 YO BLACK FEMALE, BLACK HAIR, BROWN EYES, 2’0″, 30 LBS
MISSING SINCE JANUARY 18, 2016

SUSPECT: MIKELAH WILLIAMS 15 YO WHITE/BLACK FEMALE, BLACK HAIR DYED RED/BLONDE, BROWN EYES, 4’06”, 86 LBS

IT IS BELIEVED THAT MIKELAH ABDUCTED HER COUSIN, MILEAH FROM HOME, IN THE 1500 BLOCK OF WALNUT STREET, OVERNIGHT.

CONTACT 911
SAGINAW POLICE DEPARTMENT 989-797-4580
CRIME STOPPERS 800-422-JAIL

http://www.saginaw-mi.com/news/01-19-2016.php

http://www.missingkids.com/poster/AMBER/11879/8983/screen

DONNIE SIMMONS 7, ELIJAH WONG 2 * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * TAKEN BY FORCE, IMMINENT DANGER, SUSPECTS ARMED AND DANGEROUS * SHREVEPORT, LA

Donnie SIMMONS and ELIJAH WONG were ABDUCTED BY FORCE from two separate locations. Both SUSPECTS, Antoinette WONG and Keith Rogers, are wanted for a violent crime and should be considered ARMED and dangerous.

#SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA *CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * #PrayerAndAShare
DONNIE SIMMONS 7 YOA, ELIJAH WONG 2 YOA
** ABDUCTED BY FORCE ** BELIEVED TO BE IN IMMINENT DANGER **
** SUSPECTS ARMED AND DANGEROUS **

DONNIE MARQUISE DAWON SIMMONS 7 YO BLACK MALE, BLACK DREADLOCKS, BROWN EYES, 3’6″, 50 LBS, WEARING GRAY JACKET, RED/BLACK SHIRT, DARK BLUE JEANS, RED NIKE SHOES;

ELIJAH WONG 2 YO BLACK MALE, BLACK DREADLOCKS, BROWN EYES, 2’0″, 35 LBS, WEARING BLUE JACKET W/GREEN STRIPES, BLUE/YELLOW/GREEN PAJAMAS;

SUSPECTS:
ANTOINETTE WONG 28 YO BLACK FEMALE, BLACK HAIR, BROWN EYES, 5’07”, 115 LBS;

KEITH ROGERS 34 YO BLACK MALE, BLACK HAIR, BROWN EYES, 5’05”, 150 LBS,
MULTIPLE TATTOOS, INCLUDUNG CROSS ON LEFT CHEEK; LEFT SIDE OF NECK;

BOTH SUSPECTS WANTED FOR VIOLENT CRIME

CONTACT 911
LOUISIANA STATE POLICE, SGT STACEY PEARSON 337-962-2605
SHREVEPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT 318-673-7300
CRIME STOPPERS 318-673-737
NCMEC 800-THE-LOST

https://m.facebook.com/LouisianaStatePolice/posts/1244909418858979

MARIAH VALENCIANA 12 * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * HOUSTON, TEXAS

MARIAH VALENCIANA * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT *

#HOUSTON TX * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * #PrayerAndAShare
MARIAH VALENCIANA 12 YO HISPANIC FEMALE, BROWN EYES, RED HAIR, 5’06”, 135 LBS;
WEARING BLACK HOODIE W/PIC OF GUADALUPE, BLACK PANTS, GOLD FLATS

MARIAH WAS DISCOVERED MISSING JANUARY 11, 2016 WHEN PARENTS WENT TO WAKE HER.
HER BEDROOM WINDOW WAS OPEN, CELL PHONE AND ALL BELONGINGS LEFT BEHIND.

CONTACT 911
HOUSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 713-884-3131
CRIME STOPPERS 713-222-TIPS (8477)

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1115990908413476&substory_index=0&id=165069043505672
@HoustonPolice
#CriticalMissingChildAlert

KATELIN MICHELLE AKENS 19 * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * FREDERICKSBURG , VIRGINIA

KATELIN MICHELLE AKENS, CRITICAL MISSING CHILD

#FREDERICKSBURG VA #CRITICALMissing
#PrayerAndAShare
KATELIN MICHELLE AKENS 19 YO W/F BLONDE HAIR, BLUE EYES, 5’04”, 122 LBS;
MAY WEAR GLASSES
PIERCINGS: EARS, LEFT NOSTRIL, RIGHT SIDE BENEATH LOWER LIP

MISSING SINCE DECEMBER 5, 2015

KATELIN WAS LAST SEEN BY HER STEPFATHER WHEN HE DROPPED HER OFF TO MAKE A SCHEDULED FLIGHT TO ARIZONA. SHE NEVER CHECKED IN.

KATELIN’S LUGGAGE, INCLUDING CREDIT CARD, PLANE TICKET AND OTHER PERSONAL BELONGINGS, WERE RECOVERED IN A DITCH ON RIVER ROAD, OUTSIDE FREDERICKSBURG CITY LIMITS.

CONTACT 911
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE 540-582-7115
CRIME STOPPERS 800-928-5822 / TEXT ‘SEE911’ TO CRIMES (274637)

@SpotsySheriff
#SpotsylvaniaCountySheriffsOffice
https://m.facebook.com/Spotsylvania-Sheriffs-Office-Roger-L-Harris-Sheriff-349346801807069/

https://scontent-iad3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtf1/t31.0-8/fr/cp0/e15/q65/12309546_949028555172221_295135814951846329_o.jpg?efg=eyJpIjoibCJ9

EBBY JANE STEPPACH 18 * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS $15,000. REWARD

EBBY STEPPACH, CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT

#LittleRock ARKANSAS *CRITICAL MISSING TEEN * $3,000. REWARD
EBBY JANE STEPPACH 18 YO WHITE FEMALE, BLONDE HAIR, HAZEL EYES, 5’02”, 130 LBS; PIERCED EARS

LAST CONTACT MADE OCTOBER 24, 2015 VIA CELL APPROX 2:00 PM, EBBY SOUNDED CONFUSED AND DISORIENTED. CELL AND SOCIAL MEDIA HAVE SINCE BEEN SILENT.

VEHICLE RECOVERED OCTOBER 30, 2015

CONTACT 911
LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS POLICE DEPARTMENT 501-340-6600
DETECTIVE WILLIAMS 501-404-3041

LITTLE ROCK CRIME STOPPERS 501-371-4636
PULASKI COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS 501-340-8477

#FindEbbyJane
@LRpolice
@LaurieJernigan

 

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#LittleRock ARKANSAS. REWARD INCREASED TO $15,000. FOR INFO LEADING TO EBBY STEPPACH
$15K reward now offered in Little Rock missing teen case

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The family of a missing Little Rock teen has increased the reward thanks to donations and a special fundraiser held over the weekend.

Ebby Jane Steppach, 18, was last heard from on Oct. 24, 2015. Her empty car was found days later in Little Rock.

The reward that was set at $3,000 has now been increased to $15,000 for any information directly leading to Ebby’s whereabouts.

She is described as being 5’2″, 110 pounds with blonde hair.

If you have any information regarding Steppach’s whereabouts, you are asked to contact police.

http://www.thv11.com/story/news/local/2016/01/12/reward-increased-missing-little-rock-teen/78722812/

EVA ALEJANDRA LOPEZ 15 * TBI ISSUES ENDANGERED MISSING CHILD ALERT * WINCHESTER, TN

endangered-teen AEVA ALEJANDRA LOPEZ

WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE * ENDANGERED MISSING CHILD ALERT *

 

EVA ALEJANDRA LOPEZ 15 Y/O HISPANIC FEMALE, BROWN HAIR, GREEN EYES, 5’04”, 150 LBS

 

BELIEVED TO BE IN THE COMPANY OF AVARO GAMEZ MARTINEZ 25 Y/O, WANTED FOR SIX COUNTS OF AGGRAVATED STATUTORY RAPE.

 

MISSING SINCE: SEPTEMBER 22, 2015

 

CONTACT:

911

 

TENNESSEE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

1-800-TBI FIND -OR- 931-967-2331

 

https://www.facebook.com/TBInvestigation

PLEASE HELP! ALL IT TAKES IS #APrayerAndAShare

#tbi

#endangeredmissingchildalert

#missingchild

#childpredator

#EvàAlejandraLopez

#winchester

 

GABRIEL ALMIRON 3 * ENDANGERED MISSING * OREM, UTAH

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Gabriel, Emily and listed vehicle

 

GABRIEL ALMIRON

AGE:  3

SEX:  MALE

RACE:  WHITE/HISPANIC

HAIR:  BROWN

EYES:  GREEN

HEIGHT:  2’08”

WEIGHT:  30 LBS

 

MISSING SINCE:  SEPTEMBER 13, 2015

MISSING FROM:  OREM, UTAH

 

GABRIEL WAS LAST KNOWN TO BE WITH HIS MOTHER, EMILY, WHO IS ALSO MISSING.

 

ALLEGEDLY, EMILY WAS LAST SEEN WHEN SHE WAS ASKED TO LEAVE HER BOYFRIENDS HOUSE.  SINCE THEN THERE HASN’T BEEN ANY BANK OR CELL PHONE USE BY EMILY.

 

IT IS OUT OF CHARACTER FOR EMILY NOT TO HAVE CONTACT WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

 

IMG_20150925_154833THIS PHOTO OF GABRIEL AND HIS FATHER WAS TAKEN SEPT. 13, APPROX. 12:30 PM.

 

EMILY QUIJANO ALMIRON

AGE:  23

SEX:  FEMALE

RACE:  HISPANIC

HAIR:  BLACK

EYES:  BROWN

HEIGHT:  5’06”

WEIGHT:  APPROX 100 LBS

PIERCED EARS

 

VEHICLE:

RED 2009 TOYOTA PRIUS

UTAH TAG:  X19 8BJ

 

CONTACT:

911

 

OREM POLICE DEPARTMENT, LIEUTENANT ADAMS 801-229-7070

FB : OremDPS

TWITTER : @OremDPS

 

ANONYMOUS TIP LINE

TEXT ‘OREMDS’ AND YOUR MESSAGE TO ‘CRIMES’ (274637)

 

 

https://m.facebook.com/OremDPS/photos/pb.212822542062944.-2207520000.1443208810./1058934627451727/?type=3&source=54

 

https://scontent-sjc2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpt1/v/t1.0-9/12002956_10205257254332705_5814883229713286246_n.jpg?oh=d720ecf38e14758dfe4be1e51deda2ac&oe=56A1F75D

 

JORDAN (5) AND TRINITY (4) RODRIGUEZ * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS * CHILDREN BELIEVED TO BE IN GRAVE AND IMMEDIATE DANGER

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JORDAN RODRIGUEZ 5 YO WHITE MALE, BROWN HAIR, GREEN EYES, 4’0″, 40 LBS
TRINITY RODRIGUEZ 4 YO WHITE FEMALE, BROWN HAIR, GREEN EYES, 3’06”, 38 LBS

THEY ARE BELIEVED TO BE WITH NON-CUSTODIAL MOTHER, JADA GREGG-WARREN.
THE CHILDREN WERE LAST SEEN IN THEIR BEDS AROUND 10:00 PM ON AUGUST 19, 2015.

AN AMBER ALERT WAS ISSUED BUT THEN CANCELED, BECAUSE AUTHORITIES BELIEVE THEY HAVE TRAVELED TO MEXICO.

GREGG-WARREN’S PARENTAL RIGHTS WERE TERMINATED IN NOVEMBER, 2014.

JADA GREGG-WARREN 32 YO WHITE FEMALE, BROWN HAIR/EYES, 5’06”, 130 LBS

VEHICLE: BEIGE 2006 LINCOLN TOWN CAR, TX TAG FPF-3533

CONTACT 911,
YOUR LOCAL FBI OFFICE OR AMERICAN EMBASSY
CORPUS CHRISTI POLICE DEPARTMENT 361-886-2600
CRIME STOPPERS 361-888-8477

http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1253367/2

KEEGAN ELIJAH WATERMAN 3 * MISSING * ALPENA, MICHIGAN

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KING WALKER 2, DIAMOND BYNUM * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD / SILVER ALERT * GARY / GRIFFITH, INDIANA

KING WALKER, 2-YEARS-OLD, WAS LAST SEEN WITH HIS 21-YEAR-OLD AUNT, DIAMOND BYNUM.  DIAMOND HAS A SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY, IS COGNITIVELY BETWEEN 5-7-YEARS-OLD, HAS A COMMUNICATION IMPAIRMENT, AND WALKS WITH A SIGNIFICANT LIMP.  LAW ENFORCEMENT IS LOOKING FOR TERRANCE WILLIAMS, ALSO KNOWN AS "DOLLAR," FOR QUESTIONING IN THIS CASE.

KING WALKER, 2-YEARS-OLD, WAS LAST SEEN WITH HIS 21-YEAR-OLD AUNT, DIAMOND BYNUM. DIAMOND HAS A SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY, IS COGNITIVELY BETWEEN 5-7-YEARS-OLD, HAS A COMMUNICATION IMPAIRMENT, AND WALKS WITH A SIGNIFICANT LIMP. LAW ENFORCEMENT IS LOOKING FOR TERRANCE WILLIAMS, ALSO KNOWN AS “DOLLAR,” FOR QUESTIONING IN THIS CASE.

#GARY INDIANA / #GRIFFITH

KING WALKER 2 Y/O BLACK MALE, BLACK HAIR (LAST SEEN IN DREAD LOCKS),
BROWN EYES, 3’0″, 34 LBS

DIAMOND BYNUM 21 Y/O BLACK FEMALE, BLACK HAIR, BROWN EYES,
4’08”, 238 LBS * DEVELOPMENTALLY DELAYED, COGNITIVE LEVEL 5 – 7 Y/O,
DIFFICULTY COMMUNICATING, WALKS WITH PRONOUNCED LIMP.

MISSING SINCE JULY 25, 2015
MAY HAVE BEEN SPOTTED IN GRIFFITH, INDIANA OVER THE WEEKEND.

WANTED FOR QUESTIONING:
TERRANCE D. WILLIAMS 34 Y/O, AKA “DOLLAR”, BLACK MALE,
BLACK HAIR, BROWN EYES, APPROXIMATELY 5’09” AND 145 LBS.

CONTACT 911
GARY POLICE DEPARTMENT 219-881-1260
LAKE COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS (ANONYMOUS) 847-662-2222

https://local.nixle.com/alert/5484835/

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POSSIBLE SIGHTING OF MISSING GARY WOMAN REPORTED

Monday, August 03, 2015

GARY, Ind. (WLS) —

The family of Diamond Bynum, 21, and her 2-year-old nephew King Walker, who have been missing from Gary for over a week, says the pair may have been spotted over the weekend in Griffith, Ind.

Search efforts for the pair have been underway in Northwest Indiana and a $1,000 reward is offered for anyone who can help them return safely to their Gary home.

Police say Diamond has a cognitive level of a 5- to 7-year-old.

http://abc7chicago.com/news/possible-sighting-of-missing-gary-woman-reported/900500/

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Police seek man in disappearance of Gary woman, toddler

police want the public’s help locating Terrance D. Williams, a 34-year-old Gary man wanted for questioning in connection to the July 25 disappearance of Diamond Bynum, 21, and her 2-year-old nephew, King Walker.

Williams has not been charged and there are no warrants issued for his arrest, police said.

He is wanted for questioning only, police spokeswoman Lt. Dawn Westerfield said.

Williams, known as “Dollar,” frequents the area of 22nd Avenue and Georgia Street and the 800 block of Pennsylvania Street, both on the city’s east side, Westerfield said.

He is about 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs about 145 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes, police said. Anyone with information is urged to immediately call police at 219-881-1260, but people can also leave information anonymously on the department’s crime-tip hotline at 866-274-6347.

Police say they have searched more than 150 vacant homes in every part of the city as part of an intensive search that began after Bynum’s father reported her missing July 25. Bynum is mentally challenged and may have trouble communicating, relatives say.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/post-tribune/news/ct-ptb-police-seek-man-for-questioning-in-disappearance-st-0815-20150814-story.html

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GARY POLICE SEEK MAN FOR QUESTIONING IN MISSING PERSONS CASE
By LEAH HOPE

Friday, August 14, 2015

GARY, Ind. (WLS) —

Police in Gary, Ind., are searching for a man who they think could help them find two missing people.

Police say Terrance Williams lived near 21-year-old Diamond Bynum and her 2-year-old nephew King Walker. The two left their Gary home on July 25. Police believe Williams may have information about them.

“It gives us hope because we haven’t had any real leads in a week. So, knowing that they’re getting closer, it’s definitely helpful,” said Ariana Walker, sister and mother of the missing.

Gary police said Williams also goes by the nickname “Dollar.” He is believed to be a Gary resident, but police need helping locating him.

Many intense searches of Gary’s abandoned buildings and dense lots have not found Bynum and Walker.

“It’s been real rough. I’ve never been on an emotional rollercoaster like this before. Tomorrow it will be three whole weeks,” said Eugene Bynum, father and grandfather of the missing.

“She’s not there. She’s my little buddy and she’s up for anything that I want to do, and it’s hard, it’s hard,” said Susanne Bynum, stepmother and step-grandmother of the missing.

“I’m just trying to be strong because I know that when I do get my son, he’s going to need for me to be strong,” Walker said.

Gary police did not release details about why they want to talk to Williams. Family members said they do not recognize the man, but hope somebody will.

http://abc7chicago.com/news/gary-police-seek-man-for-questioning-in-missing-persons-case–/930997/

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Police Retrieve Hard Drive in Diamond Bynum, King Walker Case

August 24, 2015-Lake County Police have recovered a hard drive which Eugene Bynum believes may be crucial in the search for his daughter and grandson. Diamond Bynum and her nephew, 2 year old King Walker, went missing at approximately 11:00 a.m. on July 25. According to Mr. Bynum, dogs were used to track the scent of the duo and they stopped tracking near a GoLo gas station at the corner of 11th and Clark Road in Gary. Mr. Bynum believes that the computer at the gas station may contain footage of his daughter and grandson. Bynum says that police requested the video on several occasions and the gas station owners refused to turn it over. The situation gets dicey after that. The video of July 25, 2015 has been recorded over. The system at the gas station holds video for ten days due to storage limitations.

The Gazette spoke via telephone with a man claiming to be the owner of the station. He stated that police had viewed the video on three separate occasions. A man named “Mike”, who stated he was the manager of the station, told us that the police never requested the video and never viewed it. Police sources confirmed that the video was requested within the ten day time frame but police were told to come back and only later learned that the video had been deleted. Now it will be up to computer experts to determine if any data can be recovered.

Eugene Bynum expressed hope that this breakthrough would help find Diamond and King on his Facebook Page Help Find Diamond Bynum and King Walker

The GoLo gas station on 11th and Clark in Gary Indiana finally gave the Indiana County CSI police the computer that contains the hard drive we were requesting. The police informed us that they would go through the hard drive and do their best to retrieve the video images of Diamond and King. Finally, we may have a real clue. I pray that this video can lead us to them. It has been too long.
It is amazing what you can do with GOD and a handful of volunteers. I am so thankful to them.
The police are working very hard to locate my daughter and my grandson, Diamond Bynum and King Walker. But they have to follow certain guide lines. The volunteers and I boycotted them for 1 day and a half and they were literally begging for us to come get the hard drive. I had to explain to them multiple times, that the police were the only one who could take take it. They kept lying and saying that they called the police to pick it up. We informed them that we would continue to boycott until the video was in police custody. They finally came out and made the call in front of us. We continued to boycott, but this time the call was real. They gave the police the whole computer. So now I am waiting, praying that this is the break we need to find King and Diamond.

http://nwigazette.com/2015/08/police-retrieve-hard-drive-in-diamond-bynum-king-walker-case/

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#CriticalMissingChildAlert
#SilverAlert
#GARY
#GRIFFITH
#PrayerAndAShare

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA: AMBER Alert for LONZIE BARTON CANCELED: NOW A HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION

14594016MISSING LONZIE BARTON

LONZIE BARTON

AGE:  21 MO

SEX:  MALE

HAIR:  BLONDE

EYES:  BLUE

HEIGHT:  2’06”

WEIGHT:  APPROX 20 LBS

WEARING:  DIAPER

POLICE RESPONDED JUST BEFORE 2:30 AM, TO AN AUTO THEFT\CHILD ABDUCTION IN THE RAVENWOOD APARTMENTS IN THE 8000 BLOCK OF OLD KINGS ROAD.  ON SCENE, 32-YEAR-OLD WILLIAM EBRON REPORTED HE PUT LONZIE AND HIS SIBLING IN THE VEHICLE. HE RAN BACK INSIDE THE APARTMENT, THE SIBLING FOLLOWED HIM IN AND WHEN THEY RETURNED, HE SAW THE CAR DRIVE OFF.

THE 1995 ORANGE HONDA CIVIC (W\BLACK HOOD) WAS SOON RECOVERED IN THE 8100 BLOCK OF CESPERDES AVENUE.  THE CHILD WAS NOT IN THE VEHICLE.

PLEASE CONTACT POLICE IF YOU OBSERVED THE VEHICLE IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS OF FRIDAY, JULY 24, 2015.

MISSING SINCE:  JULY 25, 2015

MISSING FROM:  JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

CONTACT:

911

JACKSONVILLE SHERIFF’S OFFICE 904-630-0500

EMAIL:  JSOCRIMETIPS@JAXSHERIFF.ORG

CRIME STOPPERS (ANONYMOUS) 866-845-TIPS

 

UPDATES

LONZIE BARTON

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

 

PRINTABLE POSTER:

http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/mcicsearch/Flyers/FlyerCust1pic.asp?ID=71189

 

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Ruben Ebron being held without bond on all charges

 

Colette DuChanois & Jacob Rodriguez & Garrett Pelican, First Coast News

 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A judge revoked 32-year-old William “Ruben” Ebron’s bond on three charges in connection to the disappearance of Lonzie Barton Monday morning.

 

Ebron is now being held without bond on all charges, including attempted escape from jail.

 

A Nebbia motion, which was filed by the State Attorney’s Office to ensure that any money used by Ebron to post bond was obtained legally, wouldn’t make any difference and so was denied. The State Attorney’s Office can file the motion again if bond is ever given to Ebron on any charge.

 

Prosecutors say Ebron tried to contact a woman, who is the mother of his children, he was ordered to have no communication with 31 times within his first three weeks in jail.

 

The State Attorney’s Office now wants to take away his right to make jail calls and take away visitation, but that issue will not be addressed until a hearing at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1.

 

Ebron appeared in court Monday wearing handcuff guards on his hands after he allegedly tried to escape from custody last week.

 

In a arraignment hearing Monday, Aug. 17, Ebron pleaded not guilty to all three charges – two counts of child neglect and one count of giving false information to investigators – in connection to the case.The State Attorney’s Office requested a Nebbia hearing from the court to ensure that any money used to post bond is obtained legally by Ebron. They say he admitted to dealing drugs and admitted to having “no legitimate employment,” for quite some time. For those reasons, they are asking for proof.

 

If Ebron does eventually post bond on his charges out of Duval County, he would then be transferred to Baker County where he would be held without bond in a drug case, according to Assistant State Attorney Richard Mantei.

 

Police arrested Ebron on July 24 just before midnight on two counts of felony child neglect, charges that are unrelated to the disappearance of Lonzie. He is currently in the Jacksonville Pre-Trial Detention Facility. The following day, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office announced in a morning press conference that Ebron was the principal suspect in Lonzie’s disappearance.

 

At a court appearance on July 25, Ebron’s bond was set at $100,006. If he is able to make bond, a Duval County judge has ordered Ebron to be fitted with a GPS monitor and that he not have any contact with any of the families of the alleged victims.

 

At the time of Lonzie Barton’s disappearance, Ebron was living with the child’s mother, Lonna Lauramore Barton, who was released from Duval County Jail on Monday, one month after the boy was reported missing.

 

Her bond was set at $50,000.

Lauramore, 25, is charged with one count of child neglect and one count of giving false information to law enforcement after lying to investigators and allowing “unsecured” drugs in the presence of her children, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Chief of Investigations Tom Hackney said at news conference briefing Tuesday night. She made her first court appearance Wednesday afternoon.

 

Part of the charges stem from the fact that “Lonna, honestly, is a liar,” said Chief Hackney, who told reporters that Lauramore had initially lied to investigators about knowing Ebron the night of Lonzie’s disappearance.

 

“There’s been a pattern of deception and lies,” the chief added.

 

The charges are not directly related to the toddler’s disappearance, according to JSO.

 

On July 23, the day before Lonzie was reported missing, Lauramore was told about a bruise on the back of his head and confronted Ebron about it, said Hackney. “Lonzie had yellow fluid coming from his ears, he was lethargic and vomiting,” he added.

 

Nonetheless, Hackney said, she left Lonzie and his 5-year-old sister in the care, custody and control of Ebron and left to go to work at Wacko’s, an adult entertainment venue.

 

Ebron, who kept drugs at the apartment Lauramore shared with her children, would routinely take Lauramore with him on drug deals, Chief Hackney told reporters. “She found it in the best interest of Lonzie to have him in the car” too, he said.

 

Lauramore has had phone contact with Ebron since Lonzie’s disappearance, according to police. Last Friday, she gave an exclusive interview to First Coast News, saying she believed her son was still alive.

 

That’s after investigators announced the child had been murdered, not abducted, as Ebron had told police on July 24 when he reported him missing. Surveillance video obtained from a neighbor’s home discredited that narrative, police said.

 

“We are still full speed ahead at making a murder case, especially against Ruben Ebron,” Hackney said. “…I will take the truth from either of them, at any given time.”

 

Large-scale search efforts by authorities to find Lonzie wound down after Sunday, Aug. 2, ten days after he was originally reported missing by Ebron. On Monday, the toddler was added to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s list of unsolved Amber Alerts alongside 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings.

 

JSO Chief of Investigations Tom Hackney, in a news briefing on Aug. 3, implored the family and friends of Ebron to get him to tell the police what he knows. Hackney even asked Ebron himself to come forward with the location of Lonzie’s body.

 

“Ruben, you’re building this house of cards with a losing hand,” Hackney said.

 

He told police that he’d left Lonzie and the toddler’s 5-year-old sister in his car with it running at the Ravenwood Apartments, located on Old Kings Road, while he went inside without them. The 5-year-old, he said, came inside because she said she was scared, and when he returned outside, Ebron reportedly said that the car was driving away.

 

About 20 minutes later, police had located the orange 1995 Honda Civic just four blocks away. Little Lonzie was not in the car or the immediate vicinity. The car was about a half-mile from the apartment complex.

 

According to Hackney, the video below was obtained from home surveillance video from a home a few houses away from where police located the Civic. The video is from just minutes before Ebron called police at 2:19 a.m., police said.

 

In the video, Lonzie is not seen. Police said it appears Ebron was alone. They have also said that the clothes he is wearing in the video match the clothes he was wearing when they responded to the call about him missing. Hackney said the shirt he is carrying while he’s running is the one he was wearing when officers met him.

 

FDLE issued an Amber Alert for Lonzie a few hours after police found the car, and authorities began coordinating efforts to find the child. However, on Aug. 3, Hackney informed the media that JSO was working with FDLE to cancel the Amber Alert. They said their reasoning was that they believe Lonzie was killed and was never abducted or missing.

 

Hackney said that Ebron’s lie has been going on since 2:19 a.m. when he first reported the toddler missing. He also said the video shows them that Ebron’s the man with the answers.

 

Police have been searching for Lonzie for over a week, and countless man hours have gone into locating Lonzie.

 

“I want the child’s body,” Hackney said. “I want the child’s body to be taken back to his family to be put to rest properly.”

 

Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida is offering a reward of $13,200 as of Aug. 3 for anyone with information that leads authorities to Lonzie. The reward was increased by community and anonymous donations.

 

Hackney has said repeatedly in the ten-day search for the toddler that it was an intelligence-based investigation, and as of July 31 the over-300 officers involved had followed up on over 400 tips.

 

Sheriff Mike Williams, who was out of town on a cruise during the search, returned to brief the media on Aug. 2 and asked that the public continue to send in tips, as that’s the only way authorities will be able to find Lonzie unless Ebron comes forward.

 

Police have said that just because large-scale efforts will wind down, that does not mean they would not ramp up the search at a moment’s notice.

 

The tips JSO has been given has led them from the Southside of Jacksonville, near the Philips and Interstate-95/295 interchange area by the Avenues Mall, to Old Kings Road, to the Northside of the city. Authorities have searched well over 40-square miles and 61 bodies of water to find Lonzie.

 

Ebron is not Lonzie’s father, but he was staying with the child’s mother in a room they rented from a friend at the apartment complex off Old Kings Road. Lonzie’s mother had been dropped off at work at Wacko’s Gentleman’s Club at 8:30 p.m. Thursday night. Ebron is the last known person to have seen Lonzie alive. He told police he was with the child for the near six hours from the time he took Barton to work to the time that he called police.

 

Lonzie’s 5-year-old sister spoke to authorities, but Hackney said her information couldn’t be counted on for concrete evidence.

 

JSO has since said that they believe Ebron’s timeline of events in Lonzie’s disappearance as he said them to be false and have named him as the principal suspect.

 

Chief Hackney with JSO said that Ebron has every right to skillful representation, but explained that police had every right to build a ‘spectacular’ case against him.

 

Police, in their ongoing investigation, have worked to build the timeline of where Ebron’s orange Civic had gone in that six-hour period. Hackney explained at multiple press conferences that through businesses’ surveillance camera footage and other cameras in the area officers were able to paint a picture of where Ebron had gone. However, he said there were still large chunks of time they were could not account for.

 

“This is no magic act. This child didn’t just – POOF! – just disappear,” Hackney said.

 

That Saturday was also the day that search efforts for Lonzie expanded to the Southside area around the I-95/295 interchange and Philips Highway.

 

Dive teams searched the retention ponds in the area for days following the initial attempts. They ended up searching over 60 bodies of water to recover Lonzie.

 

Officers from over a dozen state and nation-wide law enforcement agencies have assisted JSO in the search, including the Jacksonville-branch of the FBI and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, multiple nearby county Sheriff’s offices, the Miami-Dade Police, and the US Navy sent 75 personnel.

 

Texas Equusearch was also called in to help.

 

At nearly every press conference, Hackney said that there was one person who could help end the search and lead authorities to where Lonzie was.

 

Ebron was the last person to see Lonzie alive, and JSO has said they believe that he knows where the 21-month-old could be found.

 

JSO said that Ebron was helpful with their investigation at first, but after his arrest, police said he went from helpful to a ‘self-preservation’ kind of attitude. He has not had any contact with police since sometime well into the first week of searching for Lonzie, and has since obtained legal representation.

 

Ebron’s parents have visited him multiple times. William Ebron Sr. and his wife have spoken to First Coast News. They said they’ve encouraged their son to tell the authorities everything he knows about Lonzie’s disappearance. Since initially speaking to FCN last Saturday, July 25, and then against this past week, Ebron Sr. reiterated his desire to see his son tell police everything.

 

However, Ebron’s parents also began to question the police’s version of events. They specifically questioned why Ebron, whom they know to love children, would kill Lonzie. They said they don’t know what he would have to gain by murdering the toddler.

 

Regardless of how his parents’ feel, Ebron’s past run-ins with the law include multiple arrests for drug use and violence.

 

His most recent arrest was on May 30 of this year. Court documents show that he was ordered to have no with Lonzie’s mother and a 7 p.m. curfew.

 

Ebron was out on bond in Baker County, court documents show. A detective with JSO asked the State Attorney’s Office to revoke his bond there before he was arrested for child neglect on July 24. On Aug. 14, he was also charged with giving false information to police, court records show.

 

Ebron has previous convictions for battery, including a guilty verdict for domestic battery in 2012 after Ebron pleaded no contest.

 

Ebron has also pleaded guilty to grand theft, court records show.

 

In early July of this year, Lonzie’s mother filed a third domestic violence injunction against Ebron. The injunction also said that he stalked and cracked the ribs of an ex-girlfriend.

 

The records show that Ebron’s accused of threatening to kill his niece and accused of raping an ex-girlfriend.

 

“Ebron leaving the children turned him into part of a monster,” Hackney said early into the investigation.

 

On Saturday, Hackney stated that he’d been told not to call Ebron a monster, but added that the community-at-large was allowed to come up with a suitable adjective to describe him.

 

Local attorney Harry Shorstein spoke to FCN about JSO’s case against Ebron – and if a body is needed to prosecute him. Shortstein has prosecuted and won more than 30 murder cases while working as a state attorney. He is not connected to the Lonzie case at all.

 

Shorstein explained that it’s not uncommon for prosecutors to try a case without a body and win, but it can be difficult.

 

“Even though the suspect is denying everything, the police will try to get him to talk as much as possible and develop contradictions, which can go a long way in convincing a jury that, ‘I don’t think that person is telling the truth,” he said.

 

Lonzie’s biological father has not been named as a suspect either. Chris Barton spoke to FCN’s Jeannie Blaylock on Wednesday.

 

“He lit up the room from the time he woke up,” Chris said of his missing son.

 

Lonna Barton’s sister-in-law, Brittni Lauramore, spoke to First Coast News and said that Lonzie stole everyone’s heart.

 

“He was a very happy baby with beautiful blue eyes, loved the water, loved animals,” she said. “The last time I saw him and spent time with him, we were at a splash park in Lake Butler and he was just in awe over the water.”

 

She said that she just wants peace for her family. “I hope everyone knows we’re grieving,” she said. “We want him home, and we miss him, and we love him and we want him home.”

 

There have been multiple prayer vigils for Lonzie in the time since he went missing, organized by members of the community. At a vigil in Macclenny, hundreds showed up and emotions ran high.

 

“I don’t know what to do except pray. All we can do is pray,” said Lonzie’s great-aunt Shirley Barton at the vigil.

 

Besides community vigils, local residents and businesses have also contributed to the search efforts by donating food and water to the many officers involved in trying to find Lonzie.

 

In a statement to the press, JSO said they’ve seen a tremendous response from local businesses and citizens in the efforts to search for Lonzie Barton. “The assistance has been offered by way of helping with the searches as well as by donations of food, drink and supplies,” the statement continued.

 

JSO has since asked that donations of food and water stop – they received more than enough food and water, but still welcome any tips from the community.

 

A private group called police about 8:40 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 23, after finding porcelain angel figurines while searching for Lonzie Cuba Hunter Park.

 

The next morning, Aug. 24, JSO determined the discovery was not related to the 21-month-old and “looks like a buried pet grave.”

 

In their search for Lonzie, JSO has found the remains of two different people – unrelated to the search for Lonzie Barton – and a set of animal bones. No information has been provided yet as to the remains’ identities.

 

Police, into their tenth straight day of searching, double-checked the area in the Southside and the area around Lonzie’s apartment.

 

Much like the community, Hackney has said this ordeal has broken his heart. At a press conference on Aug. 1, Hackney walked up to reporters holding a teddy bear.

 

He spotted a memorial to Lonzie Barton near Baker Skinner Park where he gave the conference. Hackney saw the toys there – and he said it got him thinking.

 

“Seeing that out there and all those toys, I kind of started getting mad,” he said. “I’ve been heartbroken and I’ve been a lot of things and I started getting really mad this morning because I realized that little Lonzie Arin Barton is probably not gonna play with his toys again.”

 

While anger and heartbreak have certainly come into a lot of hearts in the search for Lonzie, Hackney also stated again the attitude of his officers:

 

“The dedication that we have – again, to the media, to the citizens – your interest, concern, thoughts and prayers have been instrumental, but we’re not done; it’s not over. We will continue forward.”

 

Authorities have said that as officers move from a search to a murder investigation, officers will be working more behind the scenes, but that does not mean they are not working.

 

Hackney said that if they receive any more tips on where Lonzie might be, they would always track those tips down. He said that every day they get a new group of tips.

 

Lonzie was last seen by someone other than Ebron at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 23. If anyone has any information related to Lonzie’s whereabouts, you are urged to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at 904-630-0500 or, to remain anonymous and receive a possible cash reward, call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.

 

Moving forward, Hackney has said that he normally wouldn’t have shared the surveillance video disproving Lonzie’s story with the public, but he said he thinks it may help encourage Ebron to come forward.

 

Anyone who has anything to do with the death of Lonzie Barton will face charges, Hackney has said. Police have said that the public can decide on what happened and if Ebron is telling the truth to make their own determination of this case.

 

Stay with First Coast News for any updates on attempts to find Lonzie Barton and the police’s case against Ruben Ebron in what police call the toddler’s murder.

 

http://www.firstcoastnews.com/story/news/local/2015/07/24/j-s-o-working-possible-child-abduction-case/30607457/

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Jacksonville police: Case of missing toddler Lonzie Barton moving towards murder

 

By Dana Treen Mon, Jul 27, 2015 @ 5:30 pm | updated Mon, Jul 27, 2015 @ 6:54 pm

 

There was only slight solace midday Monday for searchers hoping to learn the whereabouts and what happened to 21-month-old Lonzie Barton, whose disappearance early Friday reached another 24 hours.

 

“I know where he is not,” said Chief Tom Hackney of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. “We’re working through a list of where he is not and that is going to put us where he could be and where he is.”

 

As the number of places Lonzie might be is narrowing, the tenor of the investigation also is changing, moving from an abduction investigation and toward a murder case, Hackney said.

 

“It has to,” he said.

 

About 200 officers Monday continued tramping through woods and probing ponds, following rail tracks and picking through garbage to find the blond toddler last seen with his mother’s boyfriend.

 

Sophisticated sonar was being used to map retention areas and waterways, and K-9 teams from several agencies joined with dive team members and law enforcement officers from as far as Miami-Dade to search the city’s south end along the Philips Highway corridor near Interstate 295.

 

An 11-member team from Texas EquuSearch also joined the efforts Monday.

 

Searchers had been there over the weekend, and it remains the primary focus area because that’s where the investigation has pointed following dozens of tips and follow-up, Hackney said.

 

William Ruben Ebron Jr., the 32-year-old boyfriend of Lonzie’s mother, once lived in the area, Hackney said. He has been arrested on two counts of child neglect involving the disappearance of Lonzie, whose 5-year-old sister also was in his care while their mother worked.

 

Ebron has stopped talking with police, Hackney said. While cooperating earlier, the chief said there were gaps in what Ebron told them.

 

“The stories that he tells don’t add up,” Hackney said.

 

The disappearance was not a magic act, he said.

 

“This child didn’t just ‘poof,’ disappear,” he said.

 

Some gaps were being filled by Laundromat and storage unit surveillance cameras detailing the time before Ebron’s call shortly after 2 a.m. that Lonzie was missing.

 

The intense search even turned up the bones of an adult male Monday, but the find is unrelated to the missing boy and likely not a homicide. Over the weekend a citizen also found bones during a search, but they appeared to be an animal.

 

About 10 a.m. Monday officers including deputies from Nassau County also were checking a Kangaroo store trash bin on Philips Highway.

 

By 11 a.m. police, K-9 teams, firefighters and others began to congregate in the Avenues Walk area off Philips. The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department had several pieces of heavy equipment on scene.

 

Police have received 125 tips nationwide, Hackney said.

 

In one from another state there was a photo of a boy whose resemblance to Lonzie was striking. When shown to Lonzie’s mother, Lonna Lauramore, she said it was not her son.

 

Lauramore, 25, was at work at Wacko’s club when Ebron called 911 and said the boy was abducted from outside their Ravenwood Apartments on Old Kings Road. He told police the boy must have been snatched when his 1995 orange Honda Civic with a black hood was stolen with the toddler inside. Lonzie’s 5-year-old sister was with her brother and Ebron when he vanished.

 

She has been “as helpful as a 5-year-old can be,” Hackney said. There’s a lot he can’t share, he said, but “Just know this: She’s helping as much as she can. She’s with her mom, where Lonzie should be.”

 

“Whatever happened that night was not a good thing,” and she likely was around when that happened.

 

John Harrell of the state Department of Children and Families said the agency is investigating the case.

 

After initially cooperating with police, Ebron was detained on probation-violation charges in drug cases from Baker County. The child-neglect arrest came later.

 

Hackney said he watched an interview with Ebron’s father on TV and appreciates him wanting to believe his son, but “Ruben Ebron has the answers that we need. He was the last to be caring for him. If he would step forward, do the right thing … that will stop our search efforts and begin justice.”

 

He referred to him by his middle name Ruben, which he apparently often goes by.

 

Monday, Ebron’s father declined to speak with the Times-Union.

 

The chief said Ebron has contacted people while in jail.

 

“My fear is he will continue to stretch the truth or manipulate the truth like he’s done with us with his family,” Hackney said.

 

The State Attorney’s Office also issued a statement on the case, saying: “State Attorney Angela Corey, the SAO’s two homicide directors and two experienced prosecutors assigned to this case have been working with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office around the clock since Friday to find Lonzie Barton.”

 

Dana Treen: (904) 359-4091

 

http://jacksonville.com/news/crime/2015-07-27/story/search-lonzie-continues-monday-philips295-area-primary-focus

 

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Police: Likelihood of finding toddler alive fades

 

Author: Elizabeth Campbell, General assignment reporter, ecampbell@wjxt.com

Steve Patrick, Managing editor of digital content, spatrick@news4jax.com

 

Published On: Jul 26 2015 08:29:49 AM EDT   Updated On: Jul 27 2015 02:55:00 AM EDT

 

Jacksonville, Fla – After a third day of the massive search for 21-month-old Lonzie Barton, police for the first time talked in terms of recovering a body rather than a rescue effort.

 

“Time slips and our chances of finding Lonzie slips, as well,” Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Director of Investigations Tom Hackey said Sunday night.

 

Over 150 officers from local, state and federal agencies spent the day focused on an area south of the Avenues Mall in the search. Meanwhile, a suspect in the toddler’s disappearance early Friday morning sits in the Duval County jail, not cooperating with police.

 

“As time progresses, as time goes on, our chances of finding Lonzie alive slip away. That breaks my heart,” Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Chief of Detectives Tom Hackney said Sunday morning. “We want a positive resolution. Nevertheless, we want a resolution. (His mother) deserves answers and Lonzie deserves justice for what may have happened to him.”

 

Police, K-9 and dive teams are now forced on a wooded area, bodies of water and a mobile home park on Saturday near Philips Highway and Interstate 295 where William Ruben Ebron Jr., the man who last saw Lonzie, used to live.

 

 

An Amber Alert remains in effect for Lonzie, who has blonde hair, blue eyes, weighs 20 pounds and is about 2.5 feet tall. He was wearing only a diaper when he was last seen.

 

The car Ebron reported stolen was found a only blocks away with the keys still inside within 20 minutes of Ebron’s 911 call. Hackney said Ebron was inside the apartment doing cocaine at the time he said Lonzie was abducted.

 

“We’re working this case now still as an abduction, but we believe that Mr. Ebron is the suspect in our abduction,” Hackney said. “I can’t say at this point and time whether Lonzie is alive or dead.”

 

Hackney said in addition to detectives, patrol officers, dive team and other resources from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI and Florida Fish and Wildlife are assisting in the search for Lonzie.

 

JSO has asked Texas Equusearch, who has been involved in many of the nation’s biggest missing person’s cases, to join the search.

 

“I have a lot of areas to search. I have a lot of wooded areas to search; a lot of bodies of water to search. That’s a group of people that are helping us look. By looking, we find,” Hackney said.

 

Ebron, 32, was arrested late Friday and charged with two counts of felony child neglect in a different case. On Saturday, he was ordered held on $100,000 bond and must wear a GPS monitor and comply with several restrictions if he is released.

 

“Ruben Ebron has the answer that I need,” Hackney said. “He’s lying to us. He’s trying to manipulate investigators.”

 

Lonzie’s mother, who lived with Ebron at the Old Kings Road apartment, and father, who lives in Baker County, are cooperating with police and investigators don’t believe either had anything to do with Lonzie’s disappearance, Hackney said.

 

Anyone with information about Lonzie’s whereabouts or who saw Ebron between 8 p.m. Thursday and 2 a.m. Friday is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at 904-630-0500 or 911. Callers can remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward of up to $3,000 by calling Crime Stoppers at 866-845-TIPS

 

http://www.news4jax.com/news/search-for-lonzie-barton-enters-third-day/34361362

 

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Monday, July 27, 2015

 

Search for Lonzie continues Monday; Philips/295 area is primary focus

 

By Dana Treen

dana.treen@jacksonville.com

 

There was only slight solace midday Monday for searchers hoping to learn the whereabouts and what happened to 21-month-old Lonzie Barton, whose disappearance early Friday reached another 24 hours.

 

“I know where he is not,” said Chief Tom Hackney of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. “We’re working through a list of where he is not and that is going to put us where he could be and where he is.”

 

As the number of places Lonzie might be is narrowing, the tenor of the investigation also is changing, moving from an abduction investigation and toward a murder case, Hackney said. “It has to,” he said.

 

About 200 officers Monday continued tramping through woods and probing ponds, following rail tracks and picking through garbage to find the blond toddler last seen with his mother’s boyfriend.

 

Sophisticated sonar is being used to map retention areas and waterways, and K-9 teams from several agencies joined with dive team members and law enforcement officers from as far as Miami-Dade to search the city’s south end along the Philips Highway corridor near Interstate 295.

 

An 11-member team from Texas EquuSearch also joined the efforts Monday.

 

Searchers had been there over the weekend, and it remains the primary focus area because that’s where the investigation has pointed following dozens of tips and follow-up, Hackney said.

 

William Ruben Ebron Jr., 32, the boyfriend of Lonzie’s mother, once lived in the area, Hackney said. He has been arrested on two counts of child neglect involving the disappearance of Lonzie, whose 5-year-old sister also was in his care while their mother worked.

 

Ebron has stopped talking with police, Hackney said. While cooperating earlier, the chief said there were gaps in what Ebron told them.

 

“The stories that he tells don’t add up,” Hackney said.

 

The disappearance was not a magic act, he said.

 

“This child didn’t just ‘poof,’ disappear,” he said.

 

Some gaps were being filled by Laundromat and storage unit surveillance cameras detailing the time before Ebron’s call shortly after 2 a.m. that Lonzie was missing.

 

The intense search even turned up the bones of an adult male Monday, but the find is unrelated to the missing boy and likely not a homicide. Over the weekend a citizen also found bones during a search, but they appeared to be an animal.

 

About 10 a.m. Monday officers including deputies from Nassau County also were checking a Kangaroo store trash bin on Philips Highway.

 

By 11 a.m. police, K-9 teams, firefighters and others began to congregate in the Avenues Walk area off Philips. The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department had several pieces of heavy equipment on scene.

 

Police have received 125 tips nationwide, Hackney said.

 

In one from another state there was a photo of a boy whose resemblance to Lonzie was striking. When shown to Lonzie’s mother, Lonna Lauramore, she said it was not her son.

 

Lauramore, 25, was at work at Wacko’s club when Ebron called 911 and said the boy was abducted from outside their Ravenwood Apartments on Old Kings Road. He told police the boy must have been snatched when his 1995 orange Honda Civic with a black hood was stolen with the toddler inside. Lonzie’s 5-year-old sister was with her brother and Ebron when he vanished.

 

She has been “as helpful as a 5-year-old can be,” Hackney said. There’s a lot he can’t share, he said, but “Just know this: She’s helping as much as she can. She’s with her mom, where Lonzie should be.”

 

“Whatever happened that night was not a good thing,” and she likely was around when that happened.

 

John Harrell of the state Department of Children and Families said the agency is investigating the case.

 

After initially cooperating with police, Ebron was detained on probation-violation charges in drug cases from Baker County. The child-neglect arrest came later.

 

Hackney said he watched an interview with Ebron’s father on TV and appreciates him wanting to believe his son, but “Ruben Ebron has the answers that we need. He was the last to be caring for him. If he would step forward, do the right thing … that will stop our search efforts and begin justice.”

 

He referred to him by his middle name Ruben, which he apparently often goes by.

 

Monday, Ebron’s father declined to speak with the Times-Union.

 

The chief said Ebron has contacted people while in jail.

 

“My fear is he will continue to stretch the truth or manipulate the truth like he’s done with us with his family,” Hackney said.

 

The State Attorney’s Office also issued a statement on the case, saying: “State Attorney Angela Corey, the SAO’s two homicide directors and two experienced prosecutors assigned to this case have been working with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office around the clock since Friday to find Lonzie Barton.”

 

http://m.staugustine.com/news/local-news/2015-07-27/search-lonzie-continues-monday-philips295-area-primary-focus#gsc.tab=0

 

 

 

 

VINCENT D MOORE 7 MONTHS * CRITICAL MISSING CHILD ALERT * WICHITA, KANSAS

VINCENT D. MOORE, 5 M/O

CRITICAL MISSING CHILD

 

VINCENT D MOORE

AGE:  7 MONTHS

SEX:  MALE

RACE:  BLACK

HAIR:  BLACK

EYES:  BROWN

HEIGHT:  1’0″

WEIGHT:  14 LBS

 

ALSO MISSING BLUE/WHITE/BLACK DIAPER BAG

 

VINCENT WAS LAST SEEN ON JULY 11, 2015, WITH HIS 2-YEAR-OLD BROTHER AND FATHER, GARY MCKENSEY MOORE JR, IN THE 3100 BLOCK OF SOUTH HYDRAULIC STREET.

 

CRIME STOPPERS IS OFFERING A $2,500.00 REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO VINCENT’S WHEREABOUTS.

 

THE FAMILY HAS OFFERED $1,000.00 REWARD.

 

MISSING SINCE: JULY 11, 2015

MISSING FROM:  WICHITA, KANSAS

 

CONTACT:

911

 

WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT 316-268-4221

 

CRIME STOPPERS 800-222-TIPS -OR- 316-267-2111

TEXT ‘TIP217’ PLUS TIP TO ‘CRIMES’ (274637)

 

 

https://m.facebook.com/WichitaPolice/photos/a.297343179513.143296.152179554513/10153139476109514/?type=3&source=48

 

http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1254967/1

 

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Vincent Moore’s family holds fundraiser

POSTED: 04:01 PM CDT Sep 05, 2015

 

Vincent was reported missing July 30.

 

Police say he had not been seen since July 11 when he was last seen with his father.

 

Saturday, Vincent’s family held a car wash in hopes to raise more money to help bring Vincent home.

 

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward up to $2,500 for information leading to the location of Vincent. Vincent’s family is putting up another $1,000 dollars, but family members say they don’t feel like that’s enough.

 

“We’re keeping faith, we’re keeping hope we know he’s out there, but we just need everybody’s help in the state of Kansas, in the city of Wichita, just come help us.”

 

The family says they are putting up the amount raised to raise the reward amount.

 

http://www.kwch.com/news/local-news/vincent-moores-family-holds-fundraiser/35124902

 

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Family of Vincent Moore doing all possible to find him

 

Shardaa GrayPublished: August 30, 2015, 4:48 pm  Updated: August 31, 2015, 4:42 am

 

WICHITA, Kansas – It’s been nearly two months since five-month-old Vincent Moore went missing. He was last seen July 11th.

 

KSN spoke with one of the family members on Sunday, who has been passing out flyers around Wichita encouraging people to report information on Vincent.

 

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,500, and says no outside funds have been donated to increase the reward amount..

 

Now, the reward for information about Vincent is up to $3,500 with one family member saying that extra $1,000 was donated from friends of the family with the hope that that additional reward will bring them one step closer to getting Vincent back.

 

“There’s no other words to describe it,” said Vincent’s uncle, Patrick Smith. “It’s just sickening to think that this is happening.”

 

It’s hard for Smith knowing his five-month-old nephew Vincent Moore isn’t home safe.

 

“As a parent, there’s no words to describe going a day without your young one, especially if you just brought them home four or five months ago,” said Smith.

 

Family members are doing all they can to find baby Vincent, from creating a Facebook page, “Help Us Find Baby Vincent,” to passing out flyers in the community.

 

“These flyers have been distributed, to my knowledge, throughout the north, east, south and some of the west side of Wichita,” said Smith. “A little bit in Texas.”

 

Although they’ve gone to all legal extents to bring baby Vincent back, Patrick says it can be emotionally draining.

 

“One minute you’re… everything’s okay, and the next minute, when you dwell on it, you do go out and actively search. Get tips and things like that of that nature. Then your emotions, It’s on edge,” said Smith.

 

Patrick Smith hopes for the best, but he knows there could be another outcome.

 

“There’s one or two options,” said Smith. “Either somebody’s taking care of him right now and we need to find out who and where, or you don’t want to think about the worst case scenario.”

 

Right now, Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,500 If you call their anonymous tip line at 267-2111.

 

The family has raised $1,000 that they hope to be able to add to the crime stoppers reward amount. But it hasn’t been finalized yet.

 

They’re asking anyone who has any information about baby Vincent to call police or Crime Stoppers right away

 

http://ksn.com/2015/08/30/family-of-vincent-moore-doing-all-possible-to-find-him/

 

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Search for missing baby Vincent Moore has yielded no evidence, police say

By STAN FINGER AND AMY RENEE LEIKER

August 7, 2015

 

A week since asking for the public’s help in their hunt for 5-month-old Vincent Moore, Wichita police conceded Friday that they have located no physical evidence offering clues to the child’s location.

 

“Investigators have worked tirelessly in an effort to locate Vincent,” Capt. Jeff Weible said.

 

They have not been able to locate any family members, friends or Wichita residents who have seen the boy since he was taken by his father from a house near Hydraulic and 31st Street South early on the morning of July 11. Vincent’s father, Gary McKensey Moore Jr., was stopped by Sedgwick County sheriff’s deputies on July 29 and was arrested and booked into jail on unrelated warrants.

 

The warrants accuse Moore in June of cutting off the GPS bracelet he was required to wear as a condition of his probation in a 2014 battery case involving the boy’s mother, of skipping a visit with his probation officer, and of interfering with the parental custody of a child on July 29.

 

Moore removed the GPS bracelet at approximately 4:45 a.m. June 9, court documents show. Friday afternoon, prosecutors charged him with one felony count of unlawfully tampering with electronic monitoring equipment, according to Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office spokesman Dan Dillon and Sedgwick County District Court records.

 

Moore remains in Sedgwick County Jail in lieu of $850,000 bond on probation violations and for failing to show up for a July 7 court hearing.

 

To date, Moore has not been arrested or charged in connection with the infant’s disappearance. The baby has been missing for four weeks.

 

Police have said Moore traveled to Texas with Vincent and a 2-year-old son in early June – around the same time he cut off the device.

 

The 2-year-old was with Moore when he was stopped by deputies on July 29, but Vincent was not.

 

Investigators have determined that Vincent’s mother has not seen him since early June, when she dropped Vincent and his brother off for visitation, Weible said Friday. She has volunteered for two interviews with police and also volunteered for a polygraph test, “which she has passed,” he said.

 

Since dropping the two children off for visitation, the mother has made “numerous attempts” to see them, he said, but all of those attempts were denied. Those attempts continued after the last reported sighting of baby Vincent on July 11.

 

Law enforcement officials searched a wooded area near K-15 and 55th Street South for several hours Monday in response to a tip, but authorities said no evidence linked to Vincent was found.

 

Sedgwick County District Court records show a history of violence between Moore and the infant’s mother, as well as documents outlining the mother’s concerns over her children’s welfare when they are in Moore’s presence.

 

The day after suffering a beating and choking at Moore’s hands – an act that resulted in three misdemeanor battery convictions in October – Michelle Mendez petitioned the court for a protective order, saying Moore becomes “rougher than he intends to (with the kids) when he is angry and they misbehave.”

 

“He has never injured either of them, but if he doesn’t get help, it is only a matter of time before he hits them harder than he means to,” Mendez wrote in the June 6, 2014, request.

 

She echoed the worry in a second petition for a protective order filed June 18, about two weeks after the baby and his 2-year-old sibling went with Moore for his visitation.

 

“He’s never intentionally hurt them,” Mendez wrote, referring to her kids, “but he is rougher than he intends to be when he’s angry. He is abusive towards me every time he gets a chance to see the kids. He uses the children to try to control me.

 

“Last time he had visitation, he up and left the state, and turn off his phone and took the kids with him. I haven’t seen my babies in almost two weeks.”

 

http://www.kansas.com/news/local/article30413721.html

 

#WichitaPoliceDepartment

#VincentDMoore

#GaryMoore

#CriticalMissingChildAlert

#Missingchild

 

DEORR KUNZ 2 : CRITICAL MISSING : LEADORE, IDAHO

 

IMG_20150808_173130IMG_20150808_172958Deorr Kunz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEORR KUNZ
AGE: 2
SEX: MALE
RACE: WHITE
HAIR: BLONDE
EYES: BLUE
HEIGHT: 3’0″
WEIGHT: 28 LBS
WEARING: CAMOUFLAGE JACKET, BLUE PAJAMA PANTS, OVERSIZED COWBOY BOOTS

DEORR WAS LAST SEEN BY HIS GRANDFATHER IN THE TIMBER CREEK CAMPGROUNDS.

MISSING SINCE: JULY 10, 2015
MISSING FROM: LEADORE, IDAHO

CONTACT:
911

IDAHO INFUSION CENTER 208-846-7676
icic@fusion.idaho.gov/isp/district6.html

CRIME STOPPERS 208-756-4636
(ANONYMOUS, POSSIBLE REWARD)

LEMHI COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
208-756-8980
https://m.facebook.com/LemhiCountySheriffsOffice

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN
1-800-THE-LOST
http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1251277

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SHERIFF REPORTS TO COMMISSIONERS 7-13-15 LMS

Sheriff Lynn Bowerman told the Lemhi County Commissioners Monday, July 13, that based on the intense and extensive search conducted near Leadore for two year old Deorr Kunz Jr., it doesn’t make sense that the boy was not found.

Bowerman said the trained search dogs found nothing and kept coming back to the camp. Helicopters were used day and night to fly the area and fly over Stone Reservoir which is shallow enough to see to the bottom. He said divers explored the lake while approximately 150 volunteers on foot and on horseback conducted a thorough three mile grid-search of Timber Creek. The possibility of abduction by bear, wolf or mountain lion is not being ruled out although no trace of the boy or his apparel, which included oversized cowboy boots, was found.

The small boy disappeared Friday, July 10, from the Timber Creek Campground at Stone Reservoir. Bowerman said Timber Creek terrain is steep and rugged and is a mix of sagebrush and timber. He said given the proven expertise of the dogs the boy should have been found the first day.

Commissioner Chairman Rick Snyder described the area where the family was camped as being at the lake’s outlet which is very steep with very fast moving water flowing through brush and trees and limbs, all of which were pulled apart by searchers. Bowerman said people in wet suits were in the creek searching every hole.

The search has been officially suspended. The sheriff said investigators from Bonneville and Bingham counties have offered assistance in further follow-up investigations into any possible criminal histories of those involved.

http://lmshumate.com/article.php?article_id=3255

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Two-Year-Old Lemhi County Boy Still Missing, Different Child Found In Minnesotta
By Jon King, August 4, 2015

News out of Minnesota that a missing Idaho child was found safe late Sunday night is true, however, the missing child is not Two-year-old DeOrr Kunz Jr. of Lemhi County, who disappeared while camping with his family on July 10. Stearns County, Minnesotta Sheriff Robert Dickhaus says an Idaho child was found after a camper at Birch Lakes State Campground became suspicious.

“One of the campers out there had observed some suspicious activity of a fellow camper across the road,” Dickhaus said. “The individual noted that the people camping across from them were acting suspicious in a manner that they would cover their vehicles during the day with tarps, an ATV was also covered up. They also had backpacks packed and seemed to carry the backpacks with them.”

The missing child found was a 16-month-old girl named Oaklie Rose, not a 2 year old boy as reported by some media outlets. The good news is the child was found in good health other than some mosquito bites. The child’s birth father Joshua Oquando was arrested on charges of 2nd degree kidnapping.

“Joshua is the father of the child,” Dickhaus said. “He felt the child wasn’t properly cared for and wanted to remove the child from that situation. His intent to my knowledge was not to harm the child or do any kind of activities with her other than keep the child away from her birth mother.”

Lemhi County Sheriff Len Bowerman was happy to hear that a missing child was found, but says it is definitely not the boy his deputies have been searching for over the past month. According to Bowerman, it is very unlikely that two-year old DeOrr Kunz was kidnapped.

“It’s not my belief at this time that the child was abducted,” Bowerman said. “The grandfather was watching the child momentarily, he looked away, when he looked back the child was missing. The grandfather was also camped right next to the only roadway in and out of this campground. It is not our belief at this time the child was abducted.”

Bowerman says that searchers are still looking for signs of DeOrr Kunz and continue to search local bodies of water for the missing boy. So far, Bowerman says hundreds and hundreds of people have helped search for DeOrr with little evidence yet of what happened. At this point it is thought that the child may have been taken by a wild animal.

http://newstalkkgvo.com/two-year-old-lemhi-county-boy-still-missing-different-child-found-in-minnesota/

HOUSTON, TEXAS ** AMBER ALERT ** A’MILLION SHELTON, 7 M/O

A'MILLION SHELTON AND CHANTAY MYERS

A’MILLION MESHELLE SHELTON

AGE:  7 MONTHS

SEX: FEMALE

RACE:  BLACK

HAIR:  BLACK

EYES:  BROWN

 

MISSING SINCE:  MAY 12, 2015

MISSING FROM:  HOUSTON, TEXAS

 

A’MILLION IS BELIEVED TO BE IN THE COMPANY OF HER NON-CUSTODIAL MOTHER, CHANTAY MYERS.  MYERS LOST HER PARENTAL RIGHTS TO A’MILLION AND FIVE OTHER CHILDREN.

 

MYERS’ AND A’MILLION’S LAST KNOWN ADDRESS WAS IN HOUSTON, WITH THE MATERNAL-GRANDMOTHER.

CHANTAY IS KNOWN TO WEAR WIGS.

CHANTAY DENISE MILLER

AGE:  24

SEX:  FEMALE

RACE:  BLACK

HAIR:  BLACK (WEARS WIGS)

EYES:  BROWN

HEIGHT:  4’09”

WEIGHT:  125 LBS

PIERCED EARS

 

NO VEHICLE INFORMATION ÀT THIS TIME.

 

CONTACT:

911

HARRIS COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT, PRECINCT 7:  713-643-6602

(CASE REFERENCE #  HC1500-72028)

https://m.facebook.com/HCSOTexas

 

CRIME STOPPERS:  713-222-TIPS

http://www.crime-stoppers.org

800-THE-LOST

#missingchild #amberalert #houston #texas #amillionshelton #criticalmissingchild

@HCSOTexas

http://www.missingkids.com/poster/AMBER/11727/8557/screen

MALIK DRUMMOND 2 ** MORGAN NICK AMBER ALERT ** SEARCY, ARKANSAS

MalikIMG_20150803_092927
MALIK DRUMMOND

SEX:  MALE

RACE:  BLACK, LIGHT COMPLEXION

HAIR:  BROWN

EYES:  BROWN

HEIGHT:  3’00”

WEIGHT: 40 LBS

WEARING:  BLUE SHIRT, BROWN STRIPED PANTS

MALIK IS AUTISTIC.

HE WAS LAST SEEN IN HIS BEDROOM.

MISSING SINCE:  NOVEMBER 23, 2014

MISSING FROM:  SEARCY, ARKANSAS

CONTACT

911

SEARCY POLICE DEPARTMENT, LT STEVE TAYLOR 501-268-3531

http://www.missingkids.com/poster/AMBER/11678/8253/screen

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Case of missing 2-year-old Malik Drummond considered a criminal investigation

POSTED 6:46 PM, DECEMBER 17, 2014, BY MIKE SURIANI

SEARCY, Ark. — Where is 2-year-old Malik Drummond?

That’s the question a lot of people are asking, wondering what’s become of the youngster who reportedly walked away from his Searcy, Arkansas, home on November 23rd.

Police tell us they are actively looking for the child, but have scaled down search efforts and are focusing on what they call credible tips from the public.

But as the weeks pass, there are more people who fear the worst for Malik. Sherri Smith is one of them.

“What happened to him? Did he disappear? Was something done to him? No one knows. It’s really sad,” she said.

Her questions about Malik’s whereabouts are being voiced by many people in Searcy.

December 23rd will mark a month since the 2-year-old reportedly walked away from his home on West Park Avenue.

Searcy Police Corporal Steve Hernandez said that’s all the information investigators had to go on.

“We were told that he walked away, but we don’t know if that’s the case. That’s part of the investigation. And if he didn’t walk away, what actually did happen to him?” Hernandez said.

Hernandez said police have been treating this as a criminal investigation since day one, but added that family members who were in the home when Malik reportedly disappeared have been cooperative.

“From what I’m told, anytime detectives need to talk to them about any part of this investigation, they have been more than willing to come up here and talk to them,”  Hernandez said.

For weeks, volunteers poured into Searcy to help find Malik, but we’re told search efforts have been scaled back.

Right now police are focusing on credible tips from the public and have recently sent divers into the Little Red River, about five miles from Malik’s home.

We went to Malik’s home Wednesday and were told no one wanted to talk about the missing toddler.

But one person who’s been following the story  said he never thought the child simply walked away.

“No, I don’t believe none of that. I believe that somebody real close to that little boy knows what happened to him and where he’s at,” Corey Stracener said.

Hernandez wanted to dispel rumors being circulated on social media that Malik has been found. He said that’s just not true.

He also confirmed that Malik is not autistic, as was first believed when he was reported missing.

Anyone with information that can lead to locating Malik is urged to call Searcy Police at 870-268-3534.

http://wreg.com/2014/12/17/case-of-missing-2-year-old-malik-drummond-considered-a-criminal-investigation/

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Malik Drummond still missing after 3 months

Posted: Feb 25, 2015 3:16 PM ESTUpdated: Mar 04, 2015 2:02 PM EST

By Sarah Chaffin, Digital Executive Producer

SEARCY (KATV) –

It has been three months since two-year-old Malik Drummond disappeared from his fath6er’s home in Searcy. The toddler reportedly walked away from the house on November 23, 2014. Police and volunteers searched throughout the city for weeks, but Malik was never found. Police say they continue to follow up on all leads and still consider it to be a criminal case.

Channel 7 News has received the following statement from the Searcy Police Department:

“The Searcy Police Department has continued and will continue to investigate the disappearance of two year old Malik Drummond. Since November 23, 2014 (the night Malik went missing) the Searcy Police Department has not discounted the thought of foul play and will continue to look at his disappearance as a criminal case until evidence suggest otherwise.

Around the first week of January, Searcy Police began searching through trash that was picked up on November 24, 2014 from the City of Searcy. Trash was searched at two separate locations, one location being in Searcy at the transfer station. The second location that was search was at a landfill located in Hazen. Both locations were contacted on November 24th and asked to set all trash aside for a search. Over several weeks, both sites were searched with negative results.

Throughout the course of the last three months, Searcy Police have followed up with several leads from around the country as well as one from Canada. All of these leads have resulted in negative results. The Searcy Police Department asks that the public continues to contact the department with any possible leads in this case.”

Channel 7 News will continue to follow this case and will update as any new information becomes available.

http://www.katv.com/story/28201025/malik-drummond-still-missing-after-3-months

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#FINDMALIK

#MALIKDRUMMOND

#MISSINGCHILD

#AMBERALERT

#SEARCY

#ARKANSAS

@SEARCYPD

Princess Monae Small 13 – MISSING – Hyattsville, Maryland

Small, Princess MonaePRINCESS MONAE SMALL

AGE:  13

SEX:  FEMALE

RACE:  BLACK

HAIR:  BLACK

EYES:  BROWN

HEIGHT:  5’06”

WEIGHT:  140 LBS

WEARING:  GREEN CAMOFLAUGE PANTS

 

PRINCESS WAS LAST SEEN IN THE 8200 BLOCK OF SHERIFF ROAD.

 

MISSING SINCE:  APRIL 1, 2014

MISSING FROM:  HYATTSVILLE, MARYLAND

 

CONTACT:

911

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT,

   REGIONAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION-CENTRAL 301-772-4710

CRIME STOPPERS 866-411-TIPS (8477)   

   http://www.pgcrimesolvers.com/

 

 

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

PGPD SEARCHES FOR CRITICAL MISSING GIRL

WE ARE SEEKING THE PUBLIC’S HELP FINDING A CRITICAL MISSING GIRL. SHE IS IDENTIFIED AS 13-YEAR-OLD PRINCESS MONAE SMALL. SMALL WAS LAST SEEN IN THE 8200 BLOCK OF SHERIFF ROAD ON APRIL 1, 2014, AT ABOUT 7:30 AM.

SMALL IS DESCRIBED AS AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN FEMALE, 5’6”, 140 POUNDS, WITH BROWN EYES AND BLACK HAIR. SMALL WAS LAST SEEN WEARING GREEN ARMY FATIGUE PANTS.

ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON HER WHEREABOUTS IS ASKED TO CALL THE PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT’S REGIONAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION-CENTRAL AT (301) 772-4911.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT’S MEDIA RELATIONS DIVISION AT 301-772-4710.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=771970262821441&set=a.111275805557560.13641.109400552411752&type=1&theater

 

 

 

LACEY DEWENT 14 * AMBER ALERT * ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MAY TRAVEL TO FLORIDA

LACEY BUTLERLACEY DEWENT

AGE:  14

SEX:  FEMALE

RACE:  WHITE

HAIR:  BROWN

EYES:  BROWN HEIGHT:  5’06”

WEIGHT:  150 LBS

WEARING:  WHITE SHIRT, GRAY SWEATER, SCARF

 

LACEY WAS OBSERVED ON SURVEILLANCE VIDEO GETTING INTO A BLUE SUV MATCHING THE SUSPECT’S VEHICLE AT HASTINGS SHOPPING CENTER AT LOMAS AND JUAN TABO. 

LACEY MET SUSPECT ROBERT BUTLER, OVER THE INTERNET, A YEAR OR SO AGO.  BUTLER WAS FOUND IN LACEY’S BEDROOM IN FEBRUARY.  THERE IS A CURRENT TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER INTENDED TO PREVENT BUTLER FROM CONTACTING LACEY.

THEY MAY TRAVEL TO NEW JERSEY OR OCOEE OR ORLANDO, FLORIDA.

A WARRANT HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR BUTLER FOR CHILD SOLICITATION.

 

MISSING SINCE:  MARCH 31, 2014

MISSING FROM:  ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO

 

NCMC1230313a1

ROBERT ‘ROBB’ BUTLER AMBER ALERT SUSPECT

AGE:  26

SEX:  MALE

RACE:  WHITE

HAIR:  BROWN

EYES:  BROWN

HEIGHT:  6’02”

WEIGHT:  180 LBS

 

BUTLER POS VEHICLE

POSSIBLE VEHICLE (SIMILAR TO PHOTO): BLUE SUBARU CROSS TREK

 

CONTACT: 

911

ALBUQUERQUE POLICE DEPARTMENT 505-768-2450

     118TH STREET TASK FORCE 877-765-8273

CRIME STOPPERS 505-843-STOP

NCMEC 800-THE-LOST

 

http://www.missingkids.com/poster/AMBER/11529/7761

 

 

 

 

Man faces charges for relationship with ABQ girl

By Katherine MozzoneUpdated: Thursday, April 3, 2014, 5:51 pm

Published: Thursday, April 3, 2014, 5:09 pm

 

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE)- A Florida man is now charged with child solicitation for his relationship with a 14-year-old Albuquerque girl, missing since Monday. The two are still the focus of a nationwide Amber Alert.

After finding out more about the suspect, Robert Butler, the girl’s mom is growing more concerned. According to the criminal complaint, Lacey DeWent’s mother found Butler in her daughter’s bedroom in February. She called police but that didn’t keep Butler away.

“Lacey is a very outgoing, loving, always rooting for the underdog kid,” she said.

Lacey’s mom, Jessica DeWent, describes her daughter as a typical 14-year-old, concerned about her looks, her friends and boys.

“She was worried about everything that a teenage girl shouldn’t be worried about and this guy came along on the Internet and told her all the right things,” Jessica said.

Jessica said she first found out about Lacey’s online correspondence with Butler about a year ago. She says she believes it’s Lacey’s naivete that made her vulnerable to the 26-year-old’s advances.

“She’s just very caring and very loving and sees the best in everybody and every situation so, I think that’s part of what got her into this situation,” Jessica said.

In February, Jessica learned just how serious the situation was when she found Butler in Lacey’s bedroom.

She said she called police and got a temporary restraining order against the Florida man.

Jessica said she took away Lacey’s computer, iPod, any piece of technology she thought her daughter might use to contact Butler. Somehow, Lacey still managed to stay in touch with the man.

Then, on Monday, surveillance video shows Lacey getting into a blue SUV matching Butler’s at the Hastings shopping center at Lomas and Juan Tabo. It’s only a short walk from her high school.

Since her daughter’s disappearance, Jessica says she’s been researching the man, known online as Robb, as much as she can.

“The more and more I know, the more and more I’m scared,” says DeWent.

Now, she’s pleading for her daughter’s safe return.

“I want my daughter home, I want her away from this man,” DeWent says.

KRQE found suggestive photos Butler posted on one social media site. He also listed his age as 19.

Lacey may have gone willingly with Butler but, if his intentions were to have sex with the girl, he would be looking at rape charges because she’s only 14.

http://krqe.com/2014/04/03/man-faces-charges-for-relationship-with-abq-girl/

 

 

Man faces charges for relationship with ABQ girl

By Katherine MozzoneUpdated: Thursday, April 3, 2014, 5:51 pmPublished: Thursday, April 3, 2014, 5:09 pm

 

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE)- A Florida man is now charged with child solicitation for his relationship with a 14-year-old Albuquerque girl, missing since Monday. The two are still the focus of a nationwide Amber Alert.

 

After finding out more about the suspect, Robert Butler, the girl’s mom is growing more concerned. According to the criminal complaint, Lacey DeWent’s mother found Butler in her daughter’s bedroom in February. She called police but that didn’t keep Butler away.

“Lacey is a very outgoing, loving, always rooting for the underdog kid,” she said.

Lacey’s mom, Jessica DeWent, describes her daughter as a typical 14-year-old, concerned about her looks, her friends and boys.

“She was worried about everything that a teenage girl shouldn’t be worried about and this guy came along on the Internet and told her all the right things,” Jessica said.

Jessica said she first found out about Lacey’s online correspondence with Butler about a year ago. She says she believes it’s Lacey’s naivete that made her vulnerable to the 26-year-old’s advances.

“She’s just very caring and very loving and sees the best in everybody and every situation so, I think that’s part of what got her into this situation,” Jessica said.

In February, Jessica learned just how serious the situation was when she found Butler in Lacey’s bedroom.

She said she called police and got a temporary restraining order against the Florida man.

Jessica said she took away Lacey’s computer, iPod, any piece of technology she thought her daughter might use to contact Butler. Somehow, Lacey still managed to stay in touch with the man.

Then, on Monday, surveillance video shows Lacey getting into a blue SUV matching Butler’s at the Hastings shopping center at Lomas and Juan Tabo. It’s only a short walk from her high school.

Since her daughter’s disappearance, Jessica says she’s been researching the man, known online as Robb, as much as she can.

“The more and more I know, the more and more I’m scared,” says DeWent.

Now, she’s pleading for her daughter’s safe return.

“I want my daughter home, I want her away from this man,” DeWent says.

KRQE found suggestive photos Butler posted on one social media site. He also listed his age as 19.

Lacey may have gone willingly with Butler but, if his intentions were to have sex with the girl, he would be looking at rape charges because she’s only 14.

http://krqe.com/2014/04/03/man-faces-charges-for-relationship-with-abq-girl/

 

Nigel Samuels 16 – Missing – Chapel Hill, North Carolina

CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA :: MISSING CHILD

NIGEL SAMUELS 16

MISSING SINCE MARCH 27, 2014

MAY HAVE TRAVELED TO ROCHESTER, NEW YORK

CONTACT:

911
CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT 919-968-2760
NCMEC 800-THE-LOST

Samuels, Nigel, NCMEC Poster

http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1230283/1

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