Friday, November 6, 2015

Earthly body located: Nick Stevens, 22 - San Clemente, CALIFORNIA

Nicholas “Nick” Stevens was last seen Nov. 6 a mile from where his body was found, Orange County Sheriff’s Lt. John Roche said.
The cause of death has not yet been determined. It is being investigated as suspicious.
During a search for Stevens at around 12:30 p.m. Saturday, the sheriff’s search and rescue K-9 team found Stevens’ body in a flood control channel between the McDonald’s restaurant on Avenida Pico and the high school’s baseball field.
Stevens was a 22-year-old New York native who moved to San Clemente three months ago. He went missing after a night out with friends. He had no known mental or physical health problems.

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Steven MacKrell,25 - Ft. lauderdale, FL - July 29, 2015

Steven MacKrell was last seen Wednesday at Lucky’s Tavern located at 214 SW 2nd St. in Fort Lauderdale. “He’s just vanished off the face of the Earth and somebody has to know something. Somebody has to have seen him or know something about his whereabouts,” said Michael MacKrell, Steven’s brother. Steven MacKrell was apparently at the bar with a friend, but left on his own. According to MacKrell’s aunt, his bank account has not been touched, his cell phone has not been on and his car has not been seen. If you have any information regarding his disappearance, please contact Broward Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS (8477).

Friday, March 27, 2015

Earthly Body located- Jennifer Houle, 22 - Minneapolis, MN

With sadness, the earthly body of Ms. House was located. Prayers for her family and friends and all who love and will miss her. Media:
Minneapolis police are asking for help as they search for a 22-year-old woman last seen in a Dinkytown bar.
Jennifer Houle was last seen between 1 and 2 a.m. Friday, when she was out with friends at the Blarney Pub, 412 14th Av. SE. She is 5 feet, 5 inches tall, 140 pounds with long blond hair. She was wearing a black leather jacket, green blouse, black leggings and boots at the time, police said.
In a post on social media Saturday, Minneapolis police said Houle’s purse was found at 3 a.m. on Friday, about three blocks west of the Blarney Pub.
Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder said investigators were working on several theories. He said that cutting off contact after an evening out with friends was not consistent with Houle’s typical behavior.
According to Houle’s Facebook account, she also planned to attend a Women in Business Gala at the McNamara Alumni Center on Thursday.
A man who answered a call to the Houle family’s home said the family declined to comment and that they were directing efforts toward assisting police in their search. Houle is listed as a senior at the U’s Carlson School of Management.
Credit to:
Pi Beta Phi chapter President Madeline Eddy confirmed that Houle is a member of the sorority and that fellow sorority members were posting fliers on campus in addition to efforts on social media.
“Pi Beta Phi is fully cooperative and our main focus is finding Jen and supporting her family,” Eddy said, reading from a prepared statement produced by the sorority.
Police asking for those with information to call 911 or 612-692-8477. People also can text 847 411, then enter MPD and the tip.

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Earthly Body Located: Shane Montgomery - College Student missing in Philadelphia PA - Nov 27 2014

Earthly Body Located Jan. 3, 2015 We regret to report the Earthly Remains of Shane Montgomery have been located. Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends and to all that loved and will miss him. ~The Team at LostNMissing~ Media link: Previous media:
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Shane Montgomery, 21 - College Student missing
Philadelphia, PA region
From the TODAY SHOW:
Mom of missing college student Shane Montgomery: 'No way he just walked away'
The mother of 21-year-old Pennsylvania college student Shane Montgomery, who has been missing since early Thanksgiving morning, believes someone had to have seen something that'll boost the search for her son.
"There is no way he just walked away and left me and Kevin and my family worried about him,'' Karen Montgomery told Matt Lauer about her son, Shane, on TODAY Thursday. "There's no way."

Montgomery, a senior at West Chester University from Roxborough, Pa., was last seen on Main Street in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia after being asked to leave Kildare's Irish Pub around 1:45 a.m. He paid a $17 tab at the bar and did not appear intoxicated, according to friends.

Local law enforcement, as well as the FBI, have used K-9 units, scoured local rivers and employed helicopters to search for Montgomery. A $31,000 reward for his return has been posted. He is described as 5-foot-11 and about 140 pounds, and was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and jeans. Anyone with information is urged to contact the FBI at 215-418-4000.

More from Montgomery's parents, Kevin and Karen:

On Shane's habit of waving or squeezing his mother's foot after any night he was out late: "Every time he came home, I asked him to just let me know he was here, and every time he went out, if he wasn't home or he got locked out, he would text me,'' Karen said. "I use my phone as my alarm, and I would come down and let him in."

On Shane's qualities: "I always knew that Shane was a very special kid,'' Karen said. "Your kids are always very special to you. I've kind of always questioned my parenting skills, and I've come to the conclusion that I didn't do such a bad job with Shane, and I hope that we find him soon."

On the search: "They are combing every inch and every frame of every video that they have had the opportunity to do, and that takes time,'' Karen said. "I'm sure that on Main Street in Manayunk, there's probably a hundred or more kids that look exactly the same as Shane."

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