Scared Monkeys Missing Persons Site

Christie Wilson’s Hair Found in car of Mario Flavio Garcia

According to KTUV the hair of the missing Christie Wilson was found in the vehicle of Mario Flavio Garcia. According to DNA testing a hair was found that matches Christie Wilson.

A hair found in the car of an Auburn man matched the DNA of a missing woman, prompting authorities to reclassify the disappearance of Christie Wilson as a homicide.

Mario Flavio Garcia, 53, had been referred to as a “person of interest” by Placer County sheriff’s investigators but was named a suspect in the case this week.

(Full story)

Update: Garcia Named Suspect In Missing Woman Case, Christie Wilson.

Some three weeks after Mario Garcia had been considered a “person of interest” in the disappearance of Christie Wilson; Garcia is now considered a suspect in her disappearance.

Three weeks after a “person of interest” was seen leaving a Placer County casino with a missing Sacramento woman, the man is now being called a suspect.

Placer County authorities named Mario Garcia. 53, a suspect in the disappearance of 27-year-old Christie Wilson, who vanished after leaving Thunder Valley Casino in the early-morning hours of Oct. 5.

Authorities also said that the case has been changed from that of a missing person to a homicide.

While Garcia has not been charged in Wilson’s disappearance, detectives have named him as a suspect because hair found in his vehicle has been matched to the missing woman.

Search For Missing Woman Continues

AUBURN—Dozens of volunteers continued the search for Christie Wilson on Tuesday at a Lincoln quarry.

Meantime, a hair found in the car of an Auburn man matched the DNA of a missing woman, prompting authorities to reclassify the disappearance of Christie Wilson as a homicide.

October 26th, 2005 at 11:08pm Posted by | Christie Wilson, Mario Flabio Garcia, Missing, Missing Adult | no comments

Tara Grinstead; Missing From: Ocilla, Georgia Since: 10/22/2005

Tara Grinstead is missing and has not been seen since 10/22/05 at approximately 11:00 p.m. She did not show up for work and they were unable to make contact with her.

Tara Grinstead: Tara G

Age: 30





Height: 5’3″

Weight: 125

Any information please contact GBI Agent Dominic Turner or Detective Bill Barrs at (229)468-7494, or 229-468-TIPS(8477)

From the Ocilla Police Department

Ocilla, Georgia — On October 24, 2005 at 8:50AM, the Ocilla Police Department responded to a missing person report made by neighbors and coworkers at the Irwin County High School. There is no known description Tara Grinsteadof her clothing. Her car is parked in the driveway of her residence. Her house was locked and the only items that appear to be missing are her purse and keys.

Special thanks to Shellbell for bringing this to our attention and posting on the missing Tara Grinstead.

Community Speaks About Missing Teacher

They search, wait and pray. An entire community is joining friends and family in the search for missing teacher Tara Grinstead. Grinstead grew up in Hawkinsville, but she’s touched many people during her time working as a teacher in Ocilla.

Grinstead’s friends, family and students hope she will be home soon. Several days since Grinstead disappeared, they’re making ribbons to wear and fliers to hand out.

$10,000 Reward Offered for Info on Missing Teacher

A $10, 000 reward is now being offered for information on the whereabouts of Tara Grinstead, a high school history teacher missing for four days. The 30 year old woman, formerly of Hawkinsville, has been missing since Saturday from her home in Ocilla, Georgia.

She was last known to attend a beauty pageant in a neighboring Fitzgerald and had at least one cell phone call around 11 p-m Saturday.

More great information from Steve Huff and the Dark Side

October 26th, 2005 at 08:03pm Posted by | Missing, Missing Adult, Pictures, Tara Grinstead | 3 comments

Missing Person’s Families Meet With Benefactor, Joe Mammana

Several families met with Joe Mammana, the man who offered his help in their time of Mammananeed. Joe Mammana has come to the aide of many missing persons families by offering large rewards in hopes that it may lead to some form of information being brought forward to solve the investigations.

Those families met Joe Mammana, a Philadelphia man who first made headlines by posting a $100,000 reward in the Natalee Holloway case, where the college student was reported missing in Aruba.

Since then, Mammana has made the same generous offer in local cases,Ashlee Howley including the disappearances of Julie Popovich, Tony Luzio Jr., Michelle Hadsell and Carla Losey. Now, he’s offered an increased reward in the 1996 disappearance of Rob Mohney.

Joe Mammana is in town as a keynote speaker for the annual Crime Stoppers breakfast, which will be held Wednesday morning.

In wanting to make a difference Joe Mammana has offered what he feels is his best way to make a difference in missing person’s cases. It has brought together many unlikely people including Beth Twitty, the families of several missing persons and Joe Mammana.

read the rest here…

October 26th, 2005 at 07:42pm Posted by | Missing, Missing Adult, Missing Children, Missing Teen | one comment

Body Identified as Missing ISU Student, Olamide Adeyooye

The burned body recently discovered in a burned out chicken coop in Mississippi have been positively identified as the missing Illinois State University student Olamide AdeyooyeAdeyooye.

Authorities say the body of a woman found in a burned out chicken coop in Mississippi has been positively identified as missing ISU student Olamide Adeyooye.

The 21-year old student was last seen almost two weeks ago at the Family Video near her off campus apartment.

Adeyooye’s body was found Friday in central Mississippi as workers cleaned up the chicken house where firefighters had put out a blaze four days after Adeyooye’s disappearance.

Burned body ID’d as ISU student (Chicago Sun Times)

A body found in a burned-out chicken house in Mississippi is that of missing Illinois State University senior Olamide Adeyooye, authorities in Downstate Normal said Wednesday.

Dental records were used to identify the badly burned body, although police did not release a cause of death.

The grim and tragic discovery of the Olamide Adeyooye occurred after owner of the chicken house who was cleaning up after a blaze there four days earlier.

read the rest here…

October 26th, 2005 at 06:47pm Posted by | Found Deceased, Missing, Missing Teen | 7 comments