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Jennifer Kesse Missing for Nine Months … The Search Continues

It is hard to believe that Jennifer Kesse has been missing for 9 months. Jennifer Kesse Jenniferkesse2disappeared from her Orlando condo and has not been seen from since. Jennifer’s parents, Joyce and Drew Kesse have searched continuously and have stated, “they are not giving up on the search for their daughter”. Nor should they. As any parent of a missing child their fight is never over until an outcome is provided.

A national search keeps coming back to John Young Parkway and Americana Boulevard.

Jennifer Kesse’s family gathered at the intersection on Tuesday to remind passing drivers about the search. They were there from 7:30 to 9 a.m. and will gather again from 5 to 6:30 p.m. because they said that’s when Jennifer Kesse would have passed through the intersection on her way to and from work.

“We need to find Jennifer,” Drew Kesse said. “We are willing to do anything.”

Having spoke to Drew Kesse in the past, I believe this. He is a determined man that will never stop searching for his missing daughter. As Drew Kesse said, We are not going away”. If it is any consolation to the Kesse’s, neither are we.

Drew Kesse will be interviewed by Dana Pretzer on the Scared Monkeys Radio network on Sunday, October 29 at 9:00 pm EDT.

The Kesse’s are holding out hope as are we.

“Miracles happen, and who’s to say that Jennifer’s not going to get a miracle?” Joyce Kesse said.

Also please see the person of interest pictures.

For further updates and information, please go to the families website. I would  also ask that all go to and read the letter from Jennifer’s parents regarding the 9 month mark of Jennifer’s disappearance. Remember that all parents of missing children belong to a club of which no one wishes to be a member of. God bless Joyce and Drew Kesse that they get the answers they so desperately need.

Anyone who has any information regarding Jennifer Kesse please call CrimeLine at 800-423-TIPS. Also the family has its own hot line at 407-772-2162

October 25th, 2006 at 10:59pm Posted by | Jennifer Kesse, Missing, Missing Adult, Pictures | 3 comments

Driver lures Young Girls into Pickup? Parents in Pineville and Mount Holly County, NC … BEWARE

PARENTS BEWARE … It appears that a man has attempted to lure young girls into his pickup in both Pineville and Mount Holly County, NC. The driver is said to be a white male driving a red pick up. It is said that he offered them candy Luckily in both cases, the girls ages 11, 13, 10 and 11 refused the ride and reported the incident to family members.

Police in Mount Holly say two girls reported being approached by a man in a pickup truck Monday and asked if they wanted to ride with him. The girls, ages 11 and 13, tell police the driver offered them candy.

It sounds similar to a case last week in Pineville, where two girls — ages 10 and 11 — told police that a white man with a mustache in a red pickup truck offered them candy if they would take a ride with him. That truck had silver flames on the side, the girls said.


  • The driver was reported to be in a red pickup truck.
  • He was described as a white man with a mustache.
  • The children in the Mount Holly case did not mention the silver flames in their description of the truck. (Charlotte Observer)



October 25th, 2006 at 10:34pm Posted by | child welfare, Exploited, sex offender | no comments

Screen Analysis in the case of Missing Trenton Duckett Proves Inconclusive

It was hoped that tests on the screen from the window that was cut of Trenton Duckett’s Trenton Duckettbedroom window would shed some light on his disappearance. Melinda Duckett had told police that Trenton Duckett had been abducted through his bedroom window at her Windemere Villas apartment . However, lab results from the screens analysis have come back inconclusive. They were unable to determine what may have cut the screen or whether it had been cut from the inside or outside of the apartment.

LEESBURG — Authorities this afternoon say they are no closer to finding missing 2-year-old Trenton Duckett after lab results analyzing a cut window screen from his mother’s apartment came back inconclusive.

It is still “undetermined” whether the 10-inch slit made in the screen was cut from the inside or outside of the apartment, Leesburg Police Maj. Steve Rockefeller said today.

Police officers turned over the screen and several knives from Melinda Duckett’s apartment to analysts at the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Orlando crime lab days after Trenton went missing on Aug. 27. (The Orlando Sentinel)

UPDATE: Mom’s Belongings Hold No Clues About Son’s Disappearance

State crime labs investigating the belongings of a missing toddler’s mother found no evidence of where Trenton Duckett may be.

The state investigated her computer, personal writings and belongings to look for clues about the boy’s whereabouts. (WESH)

October 25th, 2006 at 10:20pm Posted by | Missing, Missing Children, Trenton Duckett | 3 comments

Brian Rooney Charged with the Murder of UVM Student Michelle Gardner-Quinn

Brian Rooney, the last known person to be seen with Michelle Gardner-Quinn has been BrianRooneyBFPcharged with murder. Brian Rooney was officially charged with aggravated homicide, which generally indicates murder during sexual assault or attempted sexual assault.

BURLINGTON, Vt. – A man seen on surveillance video walking with a college student who was found beaten and strangled a week later was charged Wednesday with murder. 
Police said DNA found on Michelle Gardner-Quinn’s body matched DNA from Brian L. Rooney, 36. 
 Rooney had been identified as a primary suspect in the 21-year-old Arlington, Va., woman’s death. He was the last person seen with her before she disappeared around 2 a.m. on Oct. 7 after leaving a bar in Burlington to walk back to the University of Vermont campus. A store surveillance video showed the two walking together. 

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October 25th, 2006 at 10:10pm Posted by | Brian Rooney, Crime/Murder, Michelle Gardner-Quinn, Pictures, sexual assault | one comment