Youngstown police looking for relatives of the missing

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Lina Izaguirre Reyes-Geddes
Lina Izaguirre Reyes-Geddes

Youngstown police are looking for relatives of the following people who have been reported missing, so they may collect DNA samples to enter into NAMUS.gov:

Please note that there were no photos and some of the names were different in the media article that came from the police. After doing research I found photos and corrected the names as NAMUS shows them in their database, as I believe that NAMUS would have the correct information.  You can read more about each case by clicking on the highlighted link of the name.

List of missing from Mahoning County

Richard Banyots reported missing Nov. 25, 1985.  He is believed to have been a victim of foul play.

Marcel Byers, reported missing July 11, 1988.

Marcell Byers
Marcell Byers

Charles Blanche reported missing June 13, 1996.

charles blanche
charles blanche

Lina Geddes-Lima reported missing Oct. 14, 1998.
I could not find anything on Lina Geddes-Lima, but I did find info on a Lina Geddes that is reported missing on April 8, 1998 from Youngstown, Ohio.

Lina Izaguirre Reyes-Geddes
Lina Izaguirre Reyes-Geddes

 

Dolores Donoghue, reported missing Jan. 6, 2000. I did not locate a Dolores, but did locate a Delores Donoghue.

Delores Donoghue
Delores Donoghue

Dean Donadio reported missing Jan. 12, 2006.  Found Dean as Dean Donnadio (two n’s)

Dean Donnadio
Dean Donnadio

Albert Byrd reported missing Dec. 25, 2007. Albert Byrd is Albert Byrd III.

Albert Byrd III
Albert Byrd III

Joseph Samantha was not found.  Discovered that it was actually Samantha Joseph who was  reported missing July 1, 2009.

Samantha Joseph
Samantha Joseph

Kimberly M. Wilson-Talley, reported missing Jan. 19. 2017. Police say Kimberly Wilson-Talley has a feeding tube and suffers from throat cancer. She has been missing since January 1, 2017.

Kimberly Wilson Talley
Kimberly Wilson Talley

Amy Hambrick reported missing Nov. 23, 2017 per the media article.  The flyer shows missing Nov. 11 and NAMUS shows missing Nov. 10.

amy hambrick
amy hambrick

Missing Cases on NAMUS.gov which shows a duplicate of some of the names above.

If you know the family or are a relative of the family please contact Detective Sgt. David Sweeney at 330-742-8268.  The department may have some unidentified people that they would be able to eliminate or include if they had DNA to compare.

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