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New York Amber Alert Issued for girl abducted by Percy Williams

An AMBER ALERT has been issued in New York as Percy Williams of Schenectady, NY abducted a black girl who is between 13 and 15 years of age. NY State police say the teenage girl abduction occurred at 345 West 42nd Street about 4:00 PM Thursday.

Description of Suspect Percy Williams:

  • Percy Williams is a 39-year-old black man.
  • Approximately 6-foot-4
  • Weighs about 220 pounds
  • The suspect was last seen wearing a dark shirt and pants.

Suspects vehicle:

  • Police are looking for a green Dodge Caravan
  • New York license plate number DPB-8184.

Abducted teen description:

  • They said the child is a black girl about 13 to 15 years old.
  • She was last seen wearing a pink shirt and white blouse.


UPDATE: Amber Alert Canceled, Woman Found

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — New York City police say the teenager who was the focus of an Amber Alert last night turned out to be a
42-year-old woman.

Police say the teenager was actually 42 years old. She was found in the East New York section of Brooklyn last night. She was unharmed.

Police say the woman is helping them in the investigation. Authorities still want to question the man about the incident.

August 17th, 2006 at 10:23pm Posted by | abduction, Amber Alert, Found Alive, Missing, Missing Teen | no comments

FBI Confirm Body Found off Italian Shore positively identified as that of Elizabeth Galeana

The Tampa FBI confirmed what the family had pretty much come to believe as the truth. The body that was discovered off the Italian coast last week was positively identified as that of Elizabeth Galeana.

Lourdes Hall, spokeswoman for the Tampa office of the FBI, said the Italian authorities have not released the autopsy results. She also said the cause of death was drowning and that no foul play was involved.

Hall said the FBI no longer is involved in the case because no crime was committed. That also is the reason no interviews were conducted.

Italian authorities determined during the autopsy that no foul play was involved, she said.

“The body has been released to the family,” Hall said.
(Bonita News)

Elizabeth Galeana was reported missing July 25 from Royal Caribbean International’s Voyager of the Seas.

Michael Sheehan, a spokesman for the Miami-based cruise line, has said Galena likely fell off the ship. He said the company was working with investigators.
(Yahoo News)

It is still a mystery how individuals can just fall off a cruise ship.

August 17th, 2006 at 03:46pm Posted by | autopsy, Cruise ship, Elizabeth Kay Galeana | 2 comments