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Major Search Being Organized For Nita Mayo October 15th and 16th

A major search is being organized by the family of missing the missing Nevada woman, Nita Mayo on October 15th and 16, 2005. Along with the family will be Tim Miller from Texas EquuSearch, Shawn Rocha, and Carole Sund Carrington Foundation organizing this search.

OCTOBER 5, 2005: A major search is being organized for missing Hawthorne, Nevada woman, Nita Mayo on Saturday and Sunday, October 15th and 16th. I, Tracy Mayo, along with my Family, as well as Tim Miller from Texas EquuSearch, Shawn Rocha, and Carole Sund Carrington Foundation will be organizing this search.

Nita Mayo has been missing since August 8, 2005 when she had breakfast with a friend that morning before she left for Sonora Pass.

Missing Since: August 8, 2005 NitaMayo

Age: 64

Missing From: Sonora Pass (Hwy 108)

Sex: Female Height: 5 ft. Weight: 140 lbs.

Eye Color: Hazel

Hair Color: Dark Brown w/ ends frosted Race: Caucasian Complexion: Fair Birth Date: February 9, 1941 Those that are organizing the search are calling on volunteers for the search and recovery effort.

Anyone wishing to join in on this search is asked to meet at the Strawberry Inn in Strawberry, CA (Hwy 108) at 9am the 15th and/or 16th. We are especially requesting people with Horses, ATVs, dog teams, and Jeeps to help us in our search for our Mom, Nita Mayo.

We feel it is absolutely imperative that we get as many people as possible to help us as we are fully aware that Winter is coming to the Sierra Mountains and we need to find her and bring her home. Please help us in our continued search for our Mother….your support is greatly appreciated.

Please call the Tuolumne County Sheriff Department at 209-533-5815. Please call Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500 or Toll-free (877) 270-9500. Fax: 281-534-6719 Case # C05-2406 TES Case # 05-465

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October 11th, 2005 at 05:18pm Posted by | Missing, Missing Adult, Nita Mayo, Texas Equusearch | one comment

Looks Like New Orleans, but its not, At Least 10 Feared Dead In Northeast Floods

If you think it looks familiar, look again. No its not New Orleans or the Gulf Coast regionsKeene 4. It is New England. To be specific, its Keene, NH. Known this time of year for its picturesque fall foliage and leaf peepers; this weekend tragedy and mother nature struck. Three more deaths are being blamed on heavy rain and flooding in the Northeast, raising the death count to 10.

From North Carolina to Maine, continuous rain forced hundreds of people from their homes, knocked out power and flooded roads. And the situation could get worse.

While the floodwaters have receded in some areas, the National Weather Service said rain is expected for the next several days. The rain was also described as a factor in three traffic deaths in Maine.

Earlier, in eastern New York, officials found the body of a 6-year-old boy who’d been swept away in a swollen river, and the man who dove in to try to save him.Keene 1

Just like during the devastation that occurred during the hurricanes Katrina and Rita; the torrential rain storms took their toll on property, buildings and life.

“Not since the ’38 hurricane. The ’38 hurricane was worse than this,” resident Dale Wilson said. “I think the last flood we had here was in ’79. It took out some of the roads, but nothing like this.”

Debris littered the streets as the waters receded. Many homes were Keene 2damaged, some beyond repair.

“We’ve done all we can do. It’s gone,” resident Paul Palmisano said. Palmisano’s house was perched precariously on the banks of the river, the ground eaten away by the surging waters.

“Everything we have is in there,” he said. “If it falls in the river, we have nothing.”

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October 11th, 2005 at 01:17am Posted by | Found Deceased, Missing, Missing Adult, Missing Children, Missing Teen, Pictures | one comment

Orange County woman Alisha Gayle Moore, 34, Missing

Durham police said Alisha Gayle Moore, 34, has been missing since October 6, 2005. Authorities in Durham and Orange counties are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing Orange County woman, who never showed up at work after leaving a family Alisha Gayle Mooremember’s home.

Moore is described as a woman standing at 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 110 pounds. She has brown eyes and shoulder-length brown hair that is sometimes worn pulled back. She also wears contacts and is described as soft-spoken. I

nvestigators said Moore was last seen driving a 2000 black Dodge Neon with North Carolina license plate tag TRH-5472. Earlier Monday, however, Durham police said that Atlanta authorities recovered the license plate tag from a different car in the area.

Anyone with information about Moore’s whereabouts, is asked to contact the Orange County Sheriff’s Office at (919) 644-3050, Durham Police Department at (919) 560-4427 or Durham CrimeStoppers at (919) 683-1200.

October 11th, 2005 at 12:58am Posted by | Alisha Gayle Moore, Missing Adult | no comments