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Amy Giordano, 25, of Hightstown, NJ Missing Since June 6, 2007

Police are searching for 25 year old Amy Giordana who has been missing since June 6, 2007. She is accused of abandoning her 11 month old son in a parking lot.

Amy Giordano, 25, of Hightstown, N.J., was last heard from June 6, when she spoke by telephone with a friend, state police said.

An 11-month-old boy believed to be Giordano’s son was found June 9 in the parking lot of Christiana Hospital. Inside the boy’s diaper was a scrawled note that read “Please help my baby John Vincent I can no longer take care of him. Lost job, lost medical. God have mercy on me.”

Police said the owner of a building where Giordano rented an apartment saw a picture of the boy distributed by Delaware authorities, identified the toddler as Giordano’s son, and contacted Hightstown police Thursday afternoon. (FOX News)

Search is on for mother of abandoned child

June 16th, 2007 at 11:10pm Posted by | Abandon, Missing, Missing Children | no comments

Jessie M. Davis, 26, Missing Since June 15, 2007 … 9 months Pregnant

9 month pregnant Jessie M. Davis has been missing since Friday, June 15, 2007. Her two year old son was found alone in his room in the home.


  • white female
  • 5 feet, 4 inches tall
  • 135 pounds
  • blond hair
  • hazel eyes
  • 9 months pregnant

Porter reported Davis missing from her Lake Township home Friday morning. Since then, Stark County deputies have been searching for Davis, 26, who is nine-months pregnant. Davis’ 2-year-old son, Blake, was found alone in her duplex at 8686 Essex Ave. NW.

Porter went to her daughter’s home after she didn’t answer the phone and failed to drop Blake at her house before going to work. (Canton Rep)

If anyone has any information about her well-being and whereabouts contact the police at (330) 430-3684.

Pregnant Stark woman missing

Update I: See the YOU TUBE video of missing Jesse Marie Davis

Update II: Police Searching for Missing Pregnant Woman in Ohio

Authorities planned to canvas the neighborhood Sunday afternoon.

“At this point it’s just very frightening because they don’t have any actual suspects,” said Jane Davis, the missing woman’s sister. “They’re just looking for any possible clues at this point.”

Porter discovered her daughter missing Friday morning, when she found her 2-year-old grandson home alone.

“I said … ‘Where’s Mommy?’” Porter said. “And he just said ‘Mommy broke the table, and Mommy’s in the rug.’” (FOX News)

June 16th, 2007 at 05:59pm Posted by | Jessie Davis, Missing, Missing Adult | 4 comments

5 Year old Missing Hannah Klamecki Found Alive

5 year old missing Hannah Klamecki was feared drowned. She had been missing for 2 days and her grandfather, 62 year old David Klamecki, had previously been found drowned in the Kankakee River.

A 5-year-old girl who was feared drowned with her grandfather on a boating trip startled searchers Friday when she emerged from the woods – naked, scratched and holding raspberries.

Crews had pulled her grandfather’s body from the Kankakee River in eastern Illinois just hours earlier.

“People were like, ‘Who’s that little girl? That can’t be her, can it?’” Kankakee Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Ken McCabe said. “I went up to her (and) asked, ‘How you doing? What’s your name?’”

When authorities told Hannah Klamecki’s family – already grieving the loss of her grandfather – that she was alive, the home erupted in screaming. (FOX News)

What a tremendous story of survival from Hannah Klamecki. This was truly a miracle that she survived the ordeal.

Authorities believe the river current swept the girl away from a small island where she and her grandfather had stopped to swim and to the shore of the mainland where she eventually was found.

She told searchers she was wearing floats on her arms and pulled herself from the water with a branch.

“That’s a tough little girl, I tell you,” McCabe said.

Hannah said she had taken off her bathing suit because it was muddy and itchy, friends of the family said.

Lost For 2 Days, Girl Home Safe

Five-year-old Hannah Klamecki clutched her parents after spending two days alone in the woods. Even before searchers could locate her, she found them.

“I can’t tell you how excited and enthused I was to see that,” said Dave Horn, Momence, Ill., fire chief. “So I finally got on the air and screamed. I said, ‘Boys she’s alive. She’s alive.’”

June 16th, 2007 at 05:48pm Posted by | Found Alive, Missing, Missing Children | 5 comments