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Calling All Volunteers, Search For Missing Kenny Ebarb with Texas Equusearch


Texas Equusearch Search Director Joe Huston is requesting the help of volunteers to assist in the search for Kenny Ebarb, on Saturday, January 7, 2006, beginning at 8:30am in Humble, TX.

Dress appropriately for a search in wooded area. The command center will be located at the end of Country Side Lane, in Humble, TX. Take Rayford Road north off of 1960, take a right at the first stop sign, left at the second stop sign, and right at the third. (Rayford Road is north of 1960 between Cypresswood Rd and Aldine Westfield). Click here to see map.

Kenny Ebarb has been missing since July 17, 2005 in the vicinity of the 21000 block of Countryside Rd. near FM 1960 East. Kenny’s vehicle was located the following day abandoned and burned on Huffman Rd. in Huffman, TX.

Poster: Kenny Dwayne Ebarb

National Center for Missing Adults


  • Name: Kenny Dwayne Ebarb Kenny Ebarb 1
  • Classification: Endangered Missing Adult
  • Date of Birth: 1977-07-17
  • Date Missing: 2005-07-15
  • From City/State: Humble, TX
  • Missing From (Country): USA
  • Age at Time of Disappearance: 27
  • Gender: Male
  • Race: White
  • Height: 69 inches
  • Weight: 140 pounds
  • Hair Color: Blonde
  • Eye Color: Hazel
  • Complexion: Medium

He was wearing T-shirt, jean shorts with pockets, brown leather sandals.

Identifying Characteristics: Tattoos: “Betty Boop” on left upper arm, “cross” on outer left forearm near elbow, name “Kathryn” on middle of back written in Old English, name “Heather” on right leg on side of calf, name “Brooke” on right leg on side of calf, “sun” on right side of chest, “cross” on left leg above knee, name “Ebarb” on back of neck, initials “K.E.” on left fingers, burn scar on right cheek, two piercings in left ear, one piercing in right ear, missing tooth #19 (lower back tooth), previously fractured wrist, scar on top of head near scalp.

Please call Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500 or Toll-free (877) 270-9500. Fax: 281-534-6719


Harris County Sheriff’s Office at (713) 967-5810 Case # 05718F144 TES Case # 05505

January 6th, 2006 at 05:56pm Posted by | Missing, Missing Adult, Search and Rescue, Texas Equusearch | one comment

Funeral for Marilyn Bethell

Family and friends paid their final respects to Marilyn Bethell. Marilyn Bethell had been missing for nearly two months until she was found the day after Christmas.

About 100 mourners gathered today at a Glen Ellyn church for the funeral of Marilyn Bethell, a woman missing nearly two months before her body was found the day after Christmas along a trail in rural Kane County.

Bethell, 47, was memorialized during an hour-long service at St. James the Apostle Catholic Church, 490 S. Park Blvd. Police have said Bethell died of blunt trauma to the head and declared her death a homicide.

Not going into any detail as to her demise, Reverend Ouper said the following:

Rev. John Ouper acknowledged family and friends probably had many questions about her death. He said those who loved Bethell should know also that she was with God now.

“We come with incredible questions and heavy hearts,” Ouper said. “We come here knowing that Marilyn is at home with God. She’s in heaven, rejoicing with her parents.”

Police have no suspects in custody for the woman’s death but have been looking for two men who were seen about a mile from her home October 31.

(Full Chicago Tribune article)

January 6th, 2006 at 05:30pm Posted by | Found Deceased | no comments

Lynsey O’Brien Missing from Cruise Ship

Lynsey O’Brien, from South Dublin is missing from a cruise ship during her family’s vacation in the Caribbean.

It is feared Lynsey O’Brien, from South Dublin, has drowned after she disappeared while on a family holiday in the Caribbean.

A family member raised the alarm on Thursday morning after the 15-year-old was discovered missing from her cabin.

Update: Irish teen vanishes from cruise ship on trip from Port Everglades to Mexico

The passenger, who was traveling with her family, was aboard the cruise ship Costa Magica, which left Fort Lauderdale on New Year’s Day for a weeklong Western Caribbean itinerary. It is due back on Jan. 8.

At about 2 a.m. EST Thursday, as the ship was making its way toward Cozumel, Mexico, the teenager was reported to have disappeared. “We have a full investigation going on,” said Lynn Torrent, president of Costa Cruise Lines.

At least in this case the cruise ship did the right thing and circled the area until further help was provided.

The cruise ship then circled the area until Mexican Navy vessels arrived to aid in the search. The cruise line said the ship’s staff is trying to console the parents. “They’re devastated,” Torrent said.

The search continues for Lynsey O’Brien who reportedly fell overboard.

A search operation is continuing off Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula for an Irish teenager who fell overboard from a cruise ship in the early hours of yesterday morning.

It is understood Ms O’Brien was on the top deck of the ship with her 11-year-old sister, Imelda, when she fell overboard. Her sister then alerted her parents and a search was initiated.

Schoolmates distraught as cruise girl disappears

Distraught classmates of an Irish teenager missing from a cruise ship in the Caribbean were gathering at her school today to comfort each other.

Lynsey O’Brien, from south Dublin, is feared drowned after she disappeared early yesterday while on a family holiday.

Students were coming in to the school this morning to offer comfort to Lynsey’s classmates, Ms Cogan said.

A spokeswoman for the Department of Foreign Affairs said Irish Embassy staff in Mexico were offering consular assistance to the family of a girl who had disappeared from the boat.

Update (1/7/06): Mexican navy combs Caribbean for missing Irish girl

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican navy rescuers combed waters off the country’s Yucatan peninsula in boats and helicopters on Saturday for an Irish girl thought to have fallen off a cruise ship, authorities said.

The cruise ship, operated by Carnival Corp., was off Mexico’s Islas Mujeres islands when the teenager fell overboard in the early hours of Thursday, said Mexican navy officer Genaro Escalante.

He said bad weather had hampered the search.

“They haven’t found anything yet but the search continues,” he said. “The wind has been very strong.”

January 6th, 2006 at 02:32pm Posted by | Cruise ship, Lynsey O'Brien, Missing, Missing Teen | 22 comments

Reward Increased for Adre-Anna Jackson

Tacoma-Pierce County Crime Stoppers has increased the reward being offered in the disappearance of 10-year-old Adre-Anna Jackson from $1000 to $3000.

Adre-Anna Jackson was last seen on December 2, 2005 walking to Tillicum Elementary School eventhough it was closed that due to overnight snow.

“We hope the increase in reward money will lead to more tips,” Lt. Bret Farrar said.

January 6th, 2006 at 12:47am Posted by | Adre-Anna Jackson, Missing, Missing Children, Reward | no comments