Wednesday, November 27, 2013

With sadness, earthly body found First Class Airman Evan Curbean - Baltimore MD - Nov. 23, 2013

With sadness, the earthly body found of First Class Airman Evan Curbeam.  Our hearts and prayers for his wife, daughter, parents, family and friends and all who love and will miss him. A brilliant life, gone too soon.
Prayers for those who love and will miss him from the Team at LostNMissing, Inc.


Baltimore police said the body of Evan Curbeam, 29, was found Wednesday afternoon during a water search in Fells Point. In a statement, Brig. Gen. Marc Sasseville, commander of the 113th Wing, called Curbeam "a friend, patriot and consummate professional." "It is with heavy hearts that we learned of the loss of one of our own," Sasseville said."He will be greatly missed. We extend our deepest sympathy and our hearts go out to the family and friends of Evan." Curbeam was recently chosen as the D.C. National Guard's Airman of the Year, officials said. He had served for two years and worked full-time at Joint Base Andrews in the munitions section of the 113th Maintenance Squadron. Baltimore police Homicide detectives and Marine Unit divers recovered the body at about 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday. The discovery ended an intensive missing persons search that began Saturday and involved the assistance of Baltimore County police. Curbeam's body was taken to the Medical Examiner's Office for further investigation, and police did not disclose any details Thursday afternoon on how Curbeam may have died. "We thank the Baltimore County and Baltimore City Police for their dedicated search efforts," Sasseville said. "While this is devastating news, we appreciate the quick closure their efforts brought." The Baltimore County resident was last seen about 1:30 a.m. Saturday. He had been at the bar Bond Street Social and left his group of friends to head back to his car, which was parked at Eastern and Broadway. His family became concerned when he didn't pick up his daughter as scheduled the following day. Police later found his car where he had left it in Fells Point. Baltimore Sun staff writer Justin George contributed to this report. alisonk@baltsun.com twitter.com/aliknez Read more: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/south-baltimore/bs-md-ci-body-identified-20131128,0,1161747.story#ixzz2lzJrXMeR ____________
Update:
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — An investigation is underway after a body is pulled from the water in Fells Point.
At this point, police are not releasing any information about how the person died or if foul play is suspected.
The medical examiner is expected to see the body Wednesday, but police do not expect to have an identification.
WJZ has been reporting about the disappearance of Airman Evan Curbeam.
Right now, police are not saying if there is a connection.
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Where is my son? Parents of a missing Baltimore County man are desperate to find him after he went missing after a night out with friends. He hasn’t been seen since.
Rochelle Ritchie spoke with his father and police who are anxious for answers.
He is a 29-year-old Airman, and his family says they can’t think of any reason why he would disappear on his own without a trace.
Evan Curbeam is now considered missing by Baltimore County Police.
His father, desperate for answers, spoke to WJZ in hopes that someone knows the whereabouts of his son.
“I want my son home. That’s all I want. That’s all I want is to see my son again,” said David Thomas, victim’s father.

Curbeam, a father, husband and Airman First Class at Andrews Airforce Base, hasn’t been heard from since early Saturday morning.
He and several friends went to the Bond Street Social in Baltimore City on Friday night. The group left the Fells Point bar at around 1:30 a.m. Saturday. While his friends decided to go to another bar, they told police Curbeam said he was going to go home.
He was last seen walking to his car, which was parked about four blocks away.
On Saturday afternoon, police found his car exactly where he left it. The black Mazda 3 was parked at Broadway and Eastern avenues.
Thomas says he doesn’t think his son would just walk away from his life. He says the weight of not knowing what happen to his son is too heavy to carry.

Evan Curbeam's family knew something was wrong when he did not arrive to pick up his daughter. He has been missing since early Saturday morning.
Evan Curbeam’s family knew something was wrong when he did not arrive to pick up his daughter. He has been missing since early Saturday morning.
“The fact that I can’t help him and I don’t know where he is is hard to deal with,” Thomas said.
The father of a 4-year-old girl, Curbeam was reported missing by a family member at 4:48 p.m. Saturday when he did not arrive to pick up his daughter.
“I knew something was wrong; his daughter is his life,” Thomas said.

Curbeam graduated from George Washington University with a Master’s in science engineering.
Also a Baltimore Polytechnic Institute 2002 graduate, many of Curbeam’s former schoolmates have taken to social media to push for his safe return.
Baltimore County homicide detectives are investigating, calling this a very unusual case.
He “never left without telling anyone before. This is unprecedented for this person. We are extremely concerned about what happened to him,” said Elise Armacost, Baltimore County Police.
Curbeam’s father fears the worst and is hoping for the best and asking for anyone’s help.
“If you know something, call the police and let them know so we can bring him home,” Thomas said.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Baltimore County Police Department at 410-307-2020.
ORIGINAL REPORT LINK:  http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/11/26/missing-baltimore-man-29-last-seen-walking-from-fells-point-bar-on-friday/

Sunday, September 29, 2013

David Harker, 28 - Oct. 02, 2013 -Earthly Body Located





UPDATE: 12:35 pm: 10.02.2013
 Moline Police have confirmed the body found in the Mississippi River Wednesday morning is that of 29-year-old David Harker of Rock Island, Ill.
UPDATE 12:00 noon: Family members say the vigil planned for Wednesday night, October 2, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. in Rock Island's Lincoln Park is still scheduled to happen.
UPDATE 10:30 am: We are still waiting on confirmation from authorities, but the Facebook page "Help find David Harker" is reporting that the body found in the Mississippi River is that of David Harker.

"It's with a heavy heart I'm sorry to inform you all that the body found in the river is David Harker. We ask that you respect the privacy of the family at this time. Your continued prayers are appreciated. We love you Dave. Rest in peace"
Friends and family have been searching for Harker since he disappeared early Sunday morning, September 29, 2013.

ORIGINAL 9:20 am: KWQC-TV6 has confirmed a body has been found in the Mississippi River near Buffalo, Iowa.

Emergency crews are on the scene.

We have a crew there as well and will bring you updates as we receive them.


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MOLINE, Illinois - Moline Police are searching for a man who went missing over the weekend from a local bar.
David G. Harker, 28,  stopped at the Twenty Sports Bar and Grill in downtown Moline and disappeared enroute to home.  He was last seen Sunday morning, September 29th, 2013 at 3am, on 16th Ave and 2nd St. in Moline, IL. around 3:00 AM Sunday. Family members say that David was headed home for the night, but he never made it there.
"The family is extremely worried, this is totally out of character for David," said Dennis Harker, David's father.  Family and friends have been searching the area ever since.
  A Facebook page dedicated to finding him gained more than 6,000 likes in its first 14 hours.Anyone with information on the whereabouts of David Harker is asked to contact the Moline Police Department at (309) 797-0401, or call 9-1-1.


Saturday, September 7, 2013

Denis Lukashkov, 20 - Earthly body located - NYC, New York

Our heart and prayers to the Lukashkov family.

UPDATE: State police believe a body pulled Saturday morning from the Hudson River in Dobbs Ferry is missing Cornell University student Denis Lukashkov, 20, of Mamaroneck. “It appears to be him,” Sgt. John Maasz said Saturday afternoon. Around 9 a.m., divers with the Westchester County police Marine Unit were called to the river about a half-mile south of the Dobbs Ferry railroad station and recovered the body, Maasz said. Police are awaiting positive identification but believe it is Lukashkov.

Police found Lukashkov’s Honda Accord abandoned on the bridge around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday. Police suspected that he jumped into the river, but there were no witnesses. His mother, Yelena Chelewski, said Friday from her Mamaroneck home that she didn’t believe her only child jumped because he was a generally happy and optimistic person. Sam Saideman, a friend of Lukashkov who set up a Facebook page to help find him, said Saturday that he heard the news and was saddened. He called Lukashkov a good man and a good friend. Lukashkov was a 2011 graduate of Mamaroneck High School. Lukashkov had recently finished two years at the University at Albany and had a summer internship in Albany. His father lives in Russia. His mother said she last spoke to him Tuesday and that everything seemed fine.

 From LostNMissing , Inc:
We know that depression and suicide is common to take hold on young college students as well as the "common" time that underlying undiagnosed emotional disorders, such as bipolar or schizophrenia, may transpire....and we know that everyone that loves someone and recognizes that one may be exhibiting such signs are going to do all possible to try and get them help.

We also know that while we are listing Mr. Lukashkov in our "Friends Don't Leave Friends" alone site...it is due to the fact that prior to becoming missing he was with friends in some type of get-together. Upon leaving, at which according to the reports was in the very early morning hours, he never arrived home.

 Instead, his vehicle found abandoned on the Tappan Zee bridge. His body located a few days later. Police are surmising that he jumped from the bridge. What we do know is that cameras are visible on all areas of the bridge and they will surely find the evidence if he in fact jumped on his own. His mother does not believe he committed suicide.

 Our hearts and prayers go out to her and his family and friends.
 Could things have been any different?
At this point, we do not know.
We do not know if alcohol or recreational drugs may have been involved at the get-together.
We do not know if he in fact jumped himself or may have been car jacked and thrown. (However if that was the case, usually his car would be found abandoned in some side alley or elsewhere. Not in the middle of a very public bridge.) 



What can be "learned" from this, if any, with "Friends Don't Leave Friends Alone?"


A few things.

 1. Take note if a friend may seem like they are in despair or depressed. Do not leave them alone. Help them by offering to call family for them, or to attend with them to a local outpatient hospital to be evaluated. This is especially important when a friend, or roommate, may exhibit repeated "episodes" of depression/anxiety.

 2. If you truly feel your friend may be exhibiting behaviors consistent with an emotional disorder. Please report it to someone in the campus clinic or to his /her family direct. This is so important as many are at risk and family may not be aware that the stress from school and studying can bring about a diagnosis that nobody was aware your friend had.

3. When a late night outing occurs...it's always wise to have your friend not drive alone after 1am. By that point in time it is best to say to your friend that they can "crash on your couch" and not worry about leaving until morning. Be sure, however, if someone is waiting home for them...that they call and communicate their plans to arrive home in morning as opposed to driving alone at night. In this case, it was only 11pm when Denis departed from his group to go home. Sadly, he never arrived. It is not intended for his friends to feel or be guilty, thus far there is no evidence to suggest that Denis was not "in the right frame of mind" or was under any kind of influence, nor his friends, when he left the get-together. This very well may be a very tragic outcome that invariably could not have been prevented. However, it is still important to list Denis in this site as well as the tips contained within this post...because they are wise steps to take when having get-togethers.

4. Always be sure there is one in the group that is NOT under the influence of any alcohol (or substance) or marijuana. If a group of 4 friends are on an outing and all 4 are "under the influence" , no matter how well in control you may feel you are, that means there is 0 people in your group that has a 100% clear mind to make appropriate decisions.

5. Always try, if at all possible, when attending get-togethers to car pool it and have a buddy with you. We know there will be many times friends get together and all drive separately and/or like to go out solo...but if possible, always try to have a friend come and go at the same time. It just reduces the odds a bit...and that is always a good thing.

We do not condone alcohol, marijuana nor substance intake...but we know it happens and we ask that no matter the gathering, always be sure you are looking out for one another and that someone in the group is 100% "clear free" with no drugs, alcohol or other substances in their bodies. It only makes sense.

More info: 

 Police said Lukashkov’s car was spotted at a McDonald’s in Monticello, in Sullivan County, about 2:30 a.m. Thursday. He crossed the Tappan Zee going southbound into Westchester shortly before 4 a.m.
There’s no indication he visited, or reached out to, anyone on the Westchester side before his Honda was found abandoned on the bridge’s northbound side.
“He had no reason to come from Cornell to this area,” said his mother, noting her son had to be in Ithaca for classes and had gotten a new job there.
Sam Saideman, a friend of Lukashkov’s from Mamaroneck who had coffee with him two weeks ago, said he would have expected a call had his friend been visiting.
“Something just doesn’t make sense,” Saideman said. “It’s just not adding up.”
He has started a Facebook page to spread the word about Lukashkov’s disappearance.
Chelewski, meanwhile, is desperately clinging to hope that her son will be found alive She said she reached out to a psychic, who told her that her son was OK.
“If he was in an emotional situation, why was he playing Play Station with friends?” she said. “I’m still optimistic. I’m still thinking my son is fine.”
State police plan to deploy divers to search the river this weekend.
“We don’t know he jumped,” state police Sgt. John Maasz said. “We know we have found his car on the bridge. We know he’s missing. The circumstances indicate he jumped.”
Police ask anyone with information to contact state police in Tarrytown at 914-524-0223.
 _______original report New York State police are searching for a Cornell student whose car was found abandoned on the Tappan Zee Bridge early Wednesday morning.


Police say Denis Lukashkov, 20, may have jumped into the Hudson River after leaving his car. A Honda Accord was found on the Tappan Zee with its car keys and Lukashkov's identification in it at 4:25 a.m. Wednesday. Police are using radar and sonar technologies and searching through the Hudson River for signs of Lukashkov, according to Trooper Jason Jones of the New York State Police. There were no witnesses who saw anyone jump from the bridge. On Saturday afternoon, police said that divers retrieved a body from the Hudson in the Village of Dobbs Ferry. Although some news outlets have reported that it was Lukashkov, Jones said to The Sun Sunday afternoon that no positive identification has been made on the body yet. Lukashkov’s mother told The Journal News that she last heard from her son when he called her Tuesday evening. He then played video games with friends at Cornell before driving from Ithaca, N.Y. to Westchester County, turning around and stopping his car on the Tappan Zee early Wednesday morning, LoHud.com reported. -

 See more at: http://www.cornellsun.com/section/news/content/2013/09/07/new-york-state-police-search-missing-cornell-student#sthash.XMkuKfjE.dpuf

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Chris Broussard - Earthly body located - Aug. 28, 2013

Truck located with body in canal.  ID PENDING: Chris Broussard, 22 - Baton Rouge, LOUISIANA
A body believed to be that of msising 22-year-old Chris Broussard has been found in a truck.
The senior from Louisiana State University had gone missing early Tuesday morning after attending a party at a bar near the campus.
A missing persons report had been filed for Chris Broussard, who last texted his mother at 1 a.m. before he went missing. The text suggested that he was leaving the party and that he was headed home. Police say he was last seen around 1:48 a.m. as he left the bar.
The LSU student, who drove a Nissan pickup truck, reportedly left the party at Bogie's Bar, but failed to return home after the party or show up for work the next day.
Boussard was last seen dressed in a white polo shirt and red shorts. He is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds.
The missing student's 2004 silver Nissan Frontier Kingcab model has just been found on Highway 30 in Iberville Parish by a Baton Rouge Police helicopter. A body was found inside the truck, which was in a waterway. Authorities have not yet officially confiremd that the body found was Chris Boussard's but his cousin Katie Greenlee posted a message on the 'FIND CHRIS BOUSSARD' Facebook page that he had been found.
"I wanted to say thank you to all of you on this page. My cousin has been found, but the worst we thought is true. Just keep my aunt, uncle, cousin, the rest of our family, and his fraternity in y'all's prayers."
Messages of condolences have been pouring in since the message was posted.
http://www.christiantoday.com/article/missing.lsu.student.photo.body.found.chris.broussard.truck.update/33786.htm

Monday, August 12, 2013

Weston Vandermerwe, 23 - Earthly Body located - NC- Aug. 12, 2013


Message from LostNMissing, Inc.:  We wish to send our heartfelt prayers for the tragic death of Weston.  I want to express that while our campaign is so very important for all young adults with our Don't Leave Friends campaign, I wish to reiterate that in no way do we ever want anyone to feel blame when a loved one has passed because they were not utilizing the buddy system. Nobody can predict deaths but we can only help educate to hopefully prevent them. We are all human and I want to direct this message to Kaitlyn that Weston's passing is not your fault. It is the fault of the person who was driving the vehicle and left to go their own way without reporting that they hit him with their car, did not call 9-1-1 and invariably left a young man to go unattended to his passing.  While this may sound contradictory to our cause, we also realize that there will be times when friends may go their own separate ways after a night out and for various reasons....we only hope that this campaign will help bring awareness to those who do come together and will not leave together to try and find alternatives before leaving establishments, if at all possible. Some of the tragic results can never be predicted, fact is...most cannot be predicted. We know if one could turn-back-time to prevent something that they would. We know Kaitlyn would without a hesitations notice, if she could. We know Weston, without a hesitations notice would, if he could. But we cannot turn back time. We can only pray for Weston's family, for Kaitlyn, their friends and all who love and will miss Weston for strength. 
We also can pray for justice and that whomever did this will come forward. 
For Kaitlyn. 
For Weston's family.
 For Weston.
The Team at LostNMissing , Inc.

 

Man who vanished from bar is found dead along NC highway

RALEIGH, NC - Raleigh police are looking for the driver who hit and killed an East Carolina University graduate.

DOT crews found the body of 23-year-old Weston Vandermerwe Tuesday afternoon off I40 near Hammond Road in Wake County. Crews were painting the road and cleaning the shoulder when they stumbled across the body.
Police say his death is being investigated as a hit-and-run collision.
Vandermerwe was last seen over the weekend after he was seen leaving The Oxford bar on Fayetteville Street, not far from Memorial Auditorium.
Vandemerwe, a recent East Carolina University graduate who attended high school in Apex, left The Oxford with his girlfriend, who said Vandemerwe had been drinking.
 Kaitlyn Holmes said the two of them got into an argument outside the bar, which led to her leaving in a cab.
Holmes reported she last she saw him walking down the street.
Family members weren't able to speak after the police announced they'd identified Vandermerwe's body, but friends have been taking to social media with messages of support and point to the outpouring of support, as an indicator of the kind of person he was.

Vandermerwe was a member of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity while at ECU.
As Vandemerwe's family plans a funeral in Raleigh, 80 miles away his former classmates and teachers are also trying to cope.
Dr. Amy McMillan traveled to the Netherlands with Weston in 2011 as part of an ECU study abroad program.
"There are so many students that we have here on this campus and as a faculty member they come and go. But you know that you've really met someone special when they stick with you and when you remember them two years later. You know? And that was Weston," McMillan said.
There's a saying, "Once a Pirate, Always a Pirate." In this case those words never rang more true.
"It's very hard for a lot of people. I'm sure it's going to be a very big funeral and a lot of support. And I mean, even just the support from our fellow Greeks here and fellow pirates has been incredible. Anytime someone falls, everyone's around to help pick each other up and move forward," said Kyle Fulk, Vandermerwe's fraternity brother.
Link: http://www.wbtw.com/story/23139987/nc-man-missing-several-days-is-found-dead-along-highway

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Beau Rasmussen 27 - Still Missing - San Francisco, CA - May 19, 2013



An Emeryville man who disappeared Sunday after he walked away from his friends at the finish line of the Bay to Breakers race remained missing on Tuesday and his family said his disappearance comes as a shock.
Beau Rasmussen, 27, said goodbye to friends after finishing the 7.46-mile run about 12 p.m., and said he was headed to the beach, according to San Francisco police. Later that night, his phone, credit cards and passport were discovered near the Beach Chalet Brewery and Restaurant across the street from Ocean Beach.
"I texted him at 6 p.m. on Sunday. He always texted me back and I never heard back from him," said Nicole Alpelian, his stepmother who lives in Portland with his father, and two young brothers, ages 5 and 9.
According to the Coast Guard, no one fitting Rasmussen's description was seen by lifeguards entering the water Sunday afternoon or evening.
He was reported missing after failing to show up for work Monday morning.
Friends said they planned to meet at Ocean Beach on Tuesday morning to search for him.
"It's totally out of character," Alpelian said of Rasmussen, who lives at Baker Lofts in Emeryville and works as a Project Developer for EDF Renewable Energy in San Ramon. "He's been at the company for five years and he's never been late which is why they were so worried when he didn't show up. He took that job because he wanted to save the world."
Alpelian said her stepson was in good shape and loved hiking and backpacking.
"He's responsible, caring and polite," she said through tears. "He loves his job and is a real family guy who is close to his two little brothers."
Rasmussen is described as a white, 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 195 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing jeans and an old maroon football jersey with "Chris" and the number 28 on the back.
Anyone with information should call San Francisco police at 415-553-0123, the anonymous tip line at 415-575-4444, or text a tip to TIP411 with "SFPD" at the beginning of the message.

 In addition, searchers say that anyone with information about Beau’s disappearance can call the Emeryville Police Department at (510) 596-3700.
LINK TO STORY

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Earthly Body of Matthew Charles Pulis, 32 - May 16, 2013 - MN



A body recovered near a lake south of downtown Bemidji has been identified as a man who hadn’t been seen since shortly after a birthday celebration last fall.
The identification of Matthew Charles Pulis was made by the Ramsey County medical examiner’s office. The cause of death was drowning, Bemidji police said Friday night.
Police and State Patrol personnel detected the body about 2 p.m. Thursday about 100 yards from the northwest shore of Lake Irving, said Police Chief Mike Mastin.
Pulis, whose 32nd birthday was on March 21, was last seen outside Toastie’s bar in downtown Bemidji in the early-morning hours of Oct. 20, according to the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office.
A Facebook page set up by the family said that Pulis was at the Hard Times bar earlier that night celebrating a co-worker’s birthday with several people. Pulis worked at the McDonald’s on the west side of Bemidji.
The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information about Pulis’ disappearance is urged to call Bemidji police at 1-218-333-9111.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Crishtian Hughes – MISSING February 06, 2013 – San Francisco, CA

Crishtian Hughes – February 06, 2013 – San Francisco, CA

Crishtian Hughes photo courtesy of LostNMissing Inc
Crishtian Hughes photo courtesy of LostNMissing Inc

 When visiting friends from out of the area, friends need to always be with each other and communicative in all aspects. We do not know what happened to Crishtian? Did he leave off on his own? If so, why? Never leave on one's own without others aware of your whereabouts and intentions at all times...especially when traveling.  Did something happen to Crishtian? Do any of his friends have any information they could lend to help find him? Was Crishtian under the influence of any alcohol the night before? Reports indicate he was last seen at 2:30 am. His mother firmly states that he would never go missing on his own. Where is Crishtian?

Missing:  Crishtian Hughes
Case:  Missing
Nickname:
Missing From:  San Francisco, CA
Missing Date:  February 06, 2013
Race:    W    Sex: M
Age at Time Missing:  20 years old
Height:  5’8
Weight:  Approx 150 lbs
Hair Color/Length:  Short Dark Brown
Eye Color: Hazel
Tattoos: WEST COAST ON RIGHT ARM; LOYALTY ON LEFT
Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks:  Both ears pierced, Scar on left hairline adjacent to his ear.
Other: 
Police Agency: San Francisco Police Dept at 415-734-3268, Detective Anne Mackenzie, or phone your local police if seen or info to provide.
Case Number: 130112341
Facebook: “Help Find Crishtian Hughes”

Circumstance: Crishtian was last seen by friends that he was visiting at approx 2am on February 06, 2013. According to police reports, when the friends woke the next morning, they stated Crishtian was gone and that he had packed all his belongings and left. He has not been seen since.
From Crishtian’s mother:  On February 4th, 2013 I dropped my son off at the international airport of San Diego Ca. He was on his way to visit a Friend who resides In San Francisco Ca. After he arrived, I spoke to him briefly and he assured me he had arrived safe, and would be returning home Thursday February 7th around 2:30 pm. we said we loved each other and said our goodbyes and hung up. I haven’t talked or seen him since. When Thursday arrived I had noticed that he hadn’t called, so I called him. It went straight to his voice-mail. I didn’t think much of it, at that point, Then On Friday The 8th, I woke up and tried calling him again. still, straight to voice mail. I then called My sister Chelsea Denton, because she also resides In the San Francisco area. She said she hadn’t seen him since Tuesday when she had given him $70. I spent most of the day trying to get phone numbers to locate my sons friends he had been with. It was a failure. Later on that afternoon I had a knock at my door. It was the San Diego Police Department asking If my son Christian was home. I said no, and right then, I knew something was wrong. One of the Boys who my son had been Visiting had called the SF police department because he was concerned whether or not my son had made it home safely. It turns out that sometime between the hours Of 1am and 10 am, My son had packed all his things and left. But the part that I am trying to figure out is why. Why would he get up in the middle of the night in a city with no car when his friends were at home and was his ride to the airport. Now The part that Is even more confusing. I automatically called The Virgin America Airline to see if he had even made it on the flight. Their response? I’m sorry ma’am. we cannot give you that information. The police are not getting a search warrant to see if he boarded the plane as he is 20 years old. Now I’m terrified. I went to get his phone records to see if maybe there was a number I could use to find him. Nothing. The last text message he sent was at 1:18 am on Wednesday night, and then no activity whatsoever. its like he has just disappeared into thin air. Both San Francisco and San Diego police only have detectives for missing on Mon-Fri 8-5, so more delays. Once talking with them, the question I kept getting was Does your son have mental problems? UM NO. If I said yes would he be a priority? And also, because there is no foul play AND he is 20 years old, they basically wont look for him. How do they not know foul play didn’t happen unless they are looking for him? The time line and the story these kids are telling the authorities just don’t add up to my sons phone records.. They wont get a warrant to make the Airline tell us if he was on the plane, because he is 20 and mentally stable. Can you please help me find my son. He is my absolute everything in life and I know my son. He wouldn’t take off or run away like these people are assuming. He never goes one day without calling his mom. PLEASE HELP ME. I’M BEGGING YOU.

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Giselle Esme Ayala - Earthly Body located - April 6, 2013

Officials with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office confirm that the Cal Poly student who died in Santa Barbara is the same woman whose body was found in the ocean near Campus Point at UCSB on Saturday. According to police reports, 18-year-old Giselle Esme Ayala of Santa Rosa was in town with a group of friends for Deltopia, a Spring Break party in Isla Vista. Sheriff's investigators were able to confirm that she was the deceased female found. Ayala was a first-year sociology major from Santa Rosa and a resident of Yosemite Hall, the newspaper said. Cal Poly officials said counselors were available for students and can be contacted at 805.756.2511. “Ayala was last seen by her friends at approximately 11 p.m. Friday,” Hoover said. A jogger came across the body near the surf line west of Campus Point about 8:20 a.m. Saturday. Hoover said Ayala’s death remains under investigation. Her death is still under investigation, and no further information is available at this time.
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Our prayers for the family, friends and all who love and will miss  Giselle.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Nick Wilcox - Earthly Body Identified - March 29, 2013

Posted: Mar 29, 2013 
 With sadness, earthly body identified as Nick Wilcox, 24
Our prayers for his family, friends and all who love and will miss him.

 MILWAUKEE (AP) - An autopsy has confirmed the body found in the river in downtown Milwaukee is that of a college student who went missing on New Year's Day.
The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office said Friday the deceased is 24-year-old Nick Wilcox, a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student.
Family and friends had posted flyers about the Wilcox in the downtown area and had searched for him since he disappeared celebrating the New Year on Old World 3rd St.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Casey Pitzer, 32 - Earthly Body Located- March 24, 2013



 With sadness, earthly body located March 24, 2013.

While Casey did have someone with her, she exited the car and took off running. This is very sad as the procedure of having someone with you could have literally saved her life. A terrible and tragic accident that can happen to anyone. Please remain with those safe who wish to bring you home.  Try if at all possible to make arrangements PRIOR to going out for your ride home. 


Missing woman's body found in Ohio pond
Chillicothe Gazette
WILMINGTON — Authorities have recovered a woman's body after a weeklong search of a southwest Ohio retention pond. Wilmington police Chief Duane Weyand says 32-year-old Casey Pitzer's body was found near a ledge in the pond around 5:30 a.m. ...
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Sun, Mar 17th, 2013

MISSING:  Casey Pitzer, 32 
Sabina, Ohio:    Woman Missing, Boots Found In Pond
A Sabina woman is missing and police are taking the case very seriously.

Casey Pitzer, 32, was last seen at Louie’s Lounge in Wilmington at around 1 a.m., Sunday morning.

Pitzer is described as 5 feet tall, weighing 90 pounds with light colored hair. She was last seen wearing a black hooded zip up sweatshirt, green shirt, and dark jeans, and boots.

Wilmington Police Department has requested the assistance of several agencies including a helicopter, search dogs, and a dive team.

Law enforcement are currently searching a retention pond along U.S. 22 and State Route  73 near WalMart in Wilmington after Pitzer’s boots were found inside the pond.

If you know Pitzer’s whereabouts, please contact police at 911 immediately.