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Day: December 12, 2013

Samuel Hoyt: Last seen crying at the Virginia War Memorial Found

UPDATE 1/28/14 – Sam’s body was found in the James River on New Year’s Eve.  He is believed to have jumped from the Lee Bridge in Richmond.  His personal belongings, including a prescription for high blood pressure was found at the memorial on S. Belvidere Street.  An autopsy showed that Hoyt drowned and suffered internal […]

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Rachel Owens: Missing from Holden Beach since 2011

Rachel Owens, who has been missing since 2011, has been located.  Rachel was 15-years-old when she was last seen in North Carolina.  Rachel, who is now 21 was located in Columbus, Ohio. The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office stated that Rachel left and “remained away on her own will.”  She had changed her name and birthdate. […]

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Robert Stewart: Missing from Annapolis Found

UPDATE:  2/2/14 – Robert’s body was seen in the water near the end of Prince George Street Saturday night.  Robert was very well liked by all that knew him and there was no one that had a bad thing to say about him.  He will be greatly missed.  Previous story:  Robert Allan Stewart, 36, from […]

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FOUND Brenda Salas: Missing from New Mexico since 2012

UPDATE 4/25/14 – A body has been found in Sandoval County.   Along with human bones; some clothing, car keys and a cellphone was scattered in the area. Salas’ obituary has been posted on a funeral home’s website, citing her death date as April 20. Brenda Salas, 27, from Rio Rancho, N.M. has been missing […]

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Ryan Rodriquez: Missing truck driver FOUND

Ryan was found alive near Kerman Wednesday night. Fresno County sheriff’s deputies were called about 7:50 p.m. by someone who spotted Rodriquez, 32, just outside Kerman, Lt. Louis Hernandez said. Rodriguez was in good health and detectives were talking to him to find out where he had been. Read more here: http://www.fresnobee.com/2013/12/11/3662479/missing-water-truck-driver-found.html#storylink=cpy MissingPersonsOfAmerica

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5 traits that Alzheimer’s patients share when they become lost

Robert J. Koester, a U.S. search and rescue expert from Virginia spoke with Stephen Quinn on CBC Radio and explained that people with Alzheimer’s can be the hardest people to find and sadly 22 per cent of the missing cases end with the patient being found dead.  Koester said that he has identified patterns though, […]

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