A missing person found because of MPs of America

As some of you can imagine, this blog and the work I do at the Examiner for MP’s is very important to me.  I have strange working hours and it is the first thing I do in the morning and the last thing I do at night, because I want to make sure that I haven’t missed any requests or emails, or news about MP’s.  It is my goal to help those find their missing loves ones, so I was very happy to get this email this morning (she asked for privacy so I am leaving out names):    

“Hello Ms. Dean,
I appreciate very much the website you created. We did indeed get a sighting, and it was because of your site.” 

She goes on to tell me that a man did read about her son’s disappearance and recognized him and phoned it in and police were able to find her son.

 

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

2 Comments

  1. I would like it if there was a place to put
    people found;My brother-in-law met a woman online
    and his mother sent her money to come to Georgia.
    Never the less she came here and refuses to get a job!!! She always says that she applies over the internet, but she never gets a “call back”.
    It drives me nuts because she has been living off
    them for over two years,and they are on a fixed income,and my father-in-law died about five months ago…less income! She still wont get a
    JOB! their names are Sherrie (venus) Marie Overby and Serious (william) Overby.

    If anyone out there is looking for them, please come and get them!!!!!PLEASE!!!!!!

    Signed,
    Anonymous in GA…

  2. You can put up a “lost and found” ad, but I have a feeling that nobody is looking for her.

    Alas, they don't have a place for people you don't want, but they do for animals, and it's called a pound. Too bad your brother-in-law can't go to the pound and make a trade. A cat doesn't work either, but it eats less.