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AMBER Alert for 3 children from Connecticut who may be in Texas

An AMBER Alert was activated on Saturday afternoon, February 23, 2019 for three children from Waterbury, Connecticut.  Chrystal McGrath violated the conditions of her supervised visits when she left the McDonald’s restaurant located at 530 Reidville Drive with her three children, 2-year-old Maryah Matthew, 5-year-old Dylan McGrath, and 7-year-old Maddison McGrath who are all siblings […]

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Katie Stoner missing from Pennsylvania FOUND

KITTANNING, Pa. – UPDATE (2/19/19): Katie Stoner has been found safe and foul play is not suspected, police said early Tuesday morning. Katie Stoner, 27, was last seen around 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 14, 2019, in Kitanning, Pennsylvania, according to police.  Her brother Robert stated, “[Katie] was seen at the Kittanning Borough by the Honey Bear across from […]

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Do you know who Seminole Doe is?

The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help to identify a John Doe that was found in Alabama. “On March 26, 2000, the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office recovered a body from Styx River in the Seminole community of Baldwin County, Alabama,” states the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office. “The body was found in the river […]

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Remains identified as University of Minn. student missing since 1970

The remains found in an abandoned Minnesota home have been identified as missing Gloria Rieken who went missing in 1970. Gloria Rieken 18, was attending the University of Minnesota Twin Cities in 1970. She was last seen leaving her apartment on University Avenue going to class on November 16. The abandoned home on Keystone Road […]

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10-year-old Ma’Lik Bates missing from Houston

Houston boy missing from CPS custody for almost 8 months. 10-year-old Ma’Lik Bates was in CPS’ custody in Houston, Texas when he was last seen on June 21, 2018. He was last seen on the 6300 block of Rosemary Lane when he went missing. Ma’Lik Bates was last seen June 21, 2018 in the 6300 […]

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Jennifer Scott Perkins goes missing driving her car, phone pings in Liberty County

February 16, 2019 – Texas EquuSearch says they have found a car similar to the one Jennifer Ann Scott-Perkins was seen driving in the Trinity River, There is a body inside, reports, reports ABC13 . Jennifer Scott Perkins, 48, was last seen seen around 6:15 am on the morning of January 2, 2019 in the […]

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Matthew Robineau last seen out with friends in downtown Melbourne

February 12, 2019 – The body of Matthew Robineau was found in the Indian River. Matthew Robineau, 21, a resident of Indian Harbor Beach, Florida has been missing since Sunday, February 10, 2019 around 1 a.m. He was last seen at Off the Traxx in the downtown Melbourne area of Florida with a group of […]

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12-year-old Ian Clark missing from Alabama FOUND

Ian Clark has been found. The Mobile Police Department says missing Ian Lee Clark has been found and is safe.  Police say he was located in Escambia County, Florida.  Ian Clark, 12, is missing from Mobile, Alabama. The Mobile Police say that Ian may be riding in a 2009 Chevrolet Trailblazer with Alabama tag 2AJ4620. It also […]

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Leonid Clark missing from his small town in Ohio

Leonid Clark, 26, is missing from his hometown, Yellow Springs, Ohio since January 13, 2019. He was scheduled to go to a court hearing on Feb. 6, but he did not show up. Yellow Springs officers and Miami Township Fire-Rescue, with Buckeye Search & Rescue dogs, are searching the “Glen Helen Nature Preserve as this […]

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Bad Words of Criminal Behavior: The Bombastic Problem

We’ve all seen it, heard it, read it from sources touting their expertise, outrage, or their simple indignation regarding some criminal offenses and selected criminal offenders. The most commonly used bombastic words used to describe the crimes of some offenders and the offenders themselves has been “evil”, “malevolence”, “inhuman”, and “monster”, “fiend” and the variations […]

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