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Scared Monkeys Missing Persons – Texas EquuSearch T-Shirt TES Fund Raiser … Help Support Finding Missing Persons

Scared Monkeys is proud to sponsor this special Texas EquuSearch T-shirt offer. 100% of all proceeds go to TES to help fund searches for missing children, teens and adults. Each shirt costs $25.00, and for your donation you will receive a personally autographed Tim Miller t-shirt, a picture and an update of one of the recent TES searches. Do not forget to add the name you want Tim to sign the t-shirt to.

TES is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit so each donation is tax deductible.

Make all payments, checks or money orders payable to: Texas EquuSearch.


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Recently, at the Texas EquuSearch fund raiser – “Hogs & Horses“, an autographed Tim Miller, TES t-shirt would have been auctioned off for well over $100.00. We can certainly order more than one and they would make a great gift. Let everyone know that you support TES and the fine work the TES volunteers do.


We are making this available to you through the above order form; please use this form when ordering. Either print it and send your request in the mail or contact TES directly, credit cards are accepted.

Do you want to know just how busy TES is these days? Since May 7, 2007 Texas EquuSearch has participated in 15 searches for the following individuals:

Franco Maldonado, Jose David Leon, Danielle Hooks, Hilario Cano, Harold Sissom, Randle Terry, Harvey Rawls, Cristina Ortega, Kelsey Smith, Jared Newkirk, Kenneth Cummings, Stepha Henry, Joshua Dorchak, Joseph Cronin and Alicia Minton.

TES always needs our help so that they can help others. Help be a part of the caring process that helps people find their missing loved ones. Help support TES.

June 17th, 2007 at 11:52pm Posted by | child welfare, Missing, Missing Adult, Missing Children, Missing College Student, Missing Elderly, Missing Teen, Search and Rescue, Texas Equusearch | no comments

Rachel L. Holt, 35, Pleads Guilty to Second degree Rape for Sex with 13 Year Old Boy

35 year old Rachel Holt is charge with raping a 13 year old boy 28 times. She was sentenced to a maximum of 25 years for the offense. Holt’s defense attorney complained that the sentence was too long as compared to other such cases. Maybe that’s part of the problem Mr. Defense attorney. If harsher sentences were handed down to teachers that committed these acts maybe it would act as a deterrent.

Holt’s attorney, John S. Malik, said the sentence was much longer than what teachers convicted in similar cases got. He reviewed 40 such cases and found the average was 18 months to two years.

In her brief comments to the court, Holt apologized “to everyone who suffered” as a result of her actions, including the victim and his family.

“I hope you can forgive me,” she said. “I know what I did was wrong.” (FOX News)

Teacher charged with raping student 28 times

(CNN) — A Delaware schoolteacher was charged Tuesday with 28 counts of raping a minor after she allegedly engaged in a weeklong sexual relationship with a 13-year-old student, police said.

Rachel L. Holt, a 34-year-old science teacher at Claymont Elementary School, faces additional charges that she allowed a 12-year-old friend of the victim to watch them have sex at her home, and that she gave both boys beer, New Castle County acting Police Chief Scott McLaren said.

June 17th, 2007 at 03:51pm Posted by | child welfare, Exploitation, Exploited, Rape, sex offender, sexual assault | no comments

22 Year Old Stepha Henry Missing Since May 29th, 2007 in Ft Lauderdale, FL

Stepha Henry has been missing since May 29, 2007 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. She attended a reggae concert and got into a car with a man and has never been seen or heard from since.


  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 22
  • Race: Black
  • Height: 5’2″
  • Weight: 110
  • Hair: Red
  • Eyes: Brown

The two went to a reggae concert on Sunday, then late Monday night, Stepha told her aunt she was going to Club Peppers, a nightclub in Fort Lauderdale. Her family watched her get into a dark-colored 4-door Acura Integra with a man, and that’s the last they saw of her.

Police say video taken by a promotional company at Club Peppers that night shows Stepha there, and detectives say people saw her at the club, and saw her leave. Police also questioned the man she rode with to the club. He says they separated once they got there. The only other clue for police is that Stepha checked her cell phone voice mail at 4:13 a.m. But Stepha never made it back to her aunt’s house. (AMW)


Car sought for clues to woman’s disappearance

Police said they have no suspects in the case. Frustrated by the lack of progress, Henry’s parents — Steve and Sylvia — have moved to Florida temporarily from New York to try to draw more public attention to the case.

Henry was visiting her aunt in South Florida for Memorial Day weekend along with her teenage sister. On the evening she disappeared they had been to a barbecue with friends. (CNN)

The tragedy of this case is that Stepha Henry is a graduate of criminal justice. Doesn’t this sound a lot like the Imette St. Guillen case.

Her aunt, Carletha Clarke, told the Trinidad Guardian newspaper that police did not contact her until June 6, more than a week after the disappearance.

“I’m very disappointed, because being so long, anything could have happened.”

Henry is an honors graduate in criminal justice and was planning to go to law school next year.

Her parents said she has always been fascinated by crime.

South Florida Police Searching For Missing 22-Year-Old New York Woman

Miami, FL (AHN) – South Florida Police are looking in canals and large areas of wetlands for a missing New York woman. Stepha Henry, 22, disappeared after going to a party at a nightclub in Sunrise, Florida more than two weeks ago. Police are now focusing on finding her car.

Aspiring Lawyer Stepha Henry Went Missing in Miami; Her Parents Ask for Help Finding Their Daughter

June 17th, 2007 at 01:50pm Posted by | Americas Most Wanted, Missing, Missing Adult, Stepha Henry | 15 comments