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Texas EquuSearch Finds Nate Hendrickson in George Bush Park

Texas EquuSearch has found the body of Nate Hendrickson in George Bush Park.

The following is a statement received from Texas EquuSearch:

Remains found by Texas Equusearch members at 1:38pm, Friday, December 30, 2005, appear to be those ofNate Hendrickson; there is no positive id at this time. Special recognition goes to Jeff Ezelle, Lisa Higgins, Mary Bell, and Renee Utley for their dedicated work and team effort in finding the remains. Please keep Nate’s family in your prayers during this difficult time

Texas Equusearch members Jeff Ezelle, Lisa Higgins, Mary Bell & Renee Utley were out searching the pond area at the George Bush Park today. Jeff Ezelle took Lisa Higgins & Mary Bell out to check an area he had noticed a strong odor 2 days before; buzzards were seen this morning above the same area. At 1:38pm, Jeff found the remains which were located about mile SW of the pond and about 1 mile from where Nate’s car was found at West Oaks Mall.

Update: Body Found Near Search Area For Missing Student

The body of a man was found Friday afternoon near the area where searchers have been looking for a missing University of Houston student, officials told KPRC Local 2.

Investigators said the body, which has not yet been identified, was found seated in a peaceful area near a brook in George Bush Park. He apparently had taken his own life with a single gunshot. A backpack was next to the body.

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December 30th, 2005 at 11:34pm Posted by | Found Deceased, Nate Hendrickson, Texas Equusearch | 2 comments

Herbert Moore, Sr, 86, Alzheimer Patient Missing

Herbert Moore, Sr., 86, has been missing since Monday from the Carolina Moore 1Assisted Living House. Moore is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. A reward of $10,000 has been offered for any information that could help find him.

A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for any information that could help find a missing North Carolina man.

Herbert Moore, Sr., 86, has been missing since Monday from the Carolina Assisted Living House. Moore is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. Moore

The assisted living home checked on Moore Monday morning and found he was not in his room. An extensive search of the grounds and the surrounding area turned up no sign of him.


  • height: 5’8″ weight:
  • 140 pounds
  • was last scene wearing a t-shirt and plaid pajamas
  • He had been a resident of the facility for only a week.

If you see him, you’re asked to call 252-335-4321.

December 30th, 2005 at 02:03pm Posted by | Alzheimer's, Missing, Missing Adult | no comments

Missing Dorothy Murphy-Bracey located

Dorothy Murphy-Bracey was found after she allegedly was kidnapped by her husband.

Dorothy Murphy-Bracey was found near U.S. 49 and County Line Road after missing for a week. Jackson police spokesman Brendon Bell said the vehicle had run out of gas and John Bracey fled.

Police were still looking for John Bracey,41, on Thursday evening, Bell said. John Bracey would be questioned about what happened, but if Murphy-Bracey does not sign an affidavit accusing her husband of kidnapping, police cannot charge him, Bell said.

Murphy-Bracey said in a telephone interview Thursday evening that her husband of 19 years needs professional help.

She said while her husband was incarcerated for burglarizing a business she began dating a man who lives in Rankin County.

(full story)

December 30th, 2005 at 01:35pm Posted by | abduction, Found Alive, kidnapped | no comments

Pittsburgh woman , Beatrice J. Walker Missing

53-year-old Beatrice J. Walker is missing and her car was found abandon along the railroad tracks and river bank near Albany Road in Brownsville.

An abandoned vehicle prompted police to search for a missing Pittsburgh woman on Thursday morning that continued into the afternoon.

Brownsville police, state police and the Fayette County sheriff’s department conducted the missing person investigation in an attempt to locate 53-year-old Beatrice J. Walker.

Foul play is not suspected, police said.

Beatrice J. Walker is an employee at Western Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh.

light-complected, black female
5 feet 10 inches tall
short hair
she is a known smoker.

Fayette County authorities also commented that there was a note in Walker’s vehicle.

Although Fayette County 911 reported that some type of note was seen inside Walker’s vehicle, Mrosko said police could not release any details about it at this point in the investigation.

“This is a missing person investigation,” said Mrosko. “(We are not treating this) as a murder or suicide investigation.”

(full Herald Standard article)

December 30th, 2005 at 01:26pm Posted by | Missing, Missing Adult | one comment