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Texas EquuSearch Headed to California to Help Search for Donna Jou

According to Texas EquuSearch, they are planing to go to California this Wednesday, August 1, 2007 to help search for the missing 19 year old Donna Jou. Donna has not been heard from since June 23, 2007 when she attended a party. The family of Donna Jou contacted TES in hopes that they may be able to help find Donna Jou.

Texas EquuSearch stated that they look forward working with law enforcement to help aide in the process of bringing the missing Donna Jou home to her family. Its Texas EquuSearch’s motto, “You are not Alone,” and TES hopes that between the family, law enforcement and themselves, they can bring a resolution to this missing persons case and Donna Jou home to her family.

Recently 35-year-old John Burgess was arrested in Florida on separate charges; however, he remains a prime suspect in Donna Jou’s disappearance.

Sex offender arrested in coed’s disappearance

A registered sex offender sought in connection with the disappearance of 19-year-old Donna Jou of Rancho Santa Margarita was in custody in Florida today, but her whereabouts remain unknown.

John Burgess, 35, who calls himself SinJin Stevens and has his mother and other relatives in Florida, was arrested Tuesday in Jacksonville after he was seen on a bicycle near a motel dropping a clear plastic bag that officials said contained rock cocaine.

Missing teen’s father, Reza Jou, begs for help

Anguishing about his daughter’s disappearance more than a month ago, Reza Jou asked Monday for the governors of California and Florida to expedite the extradition of a convicted sex offender who could know the teen’s whereabouts.

Meanwhile, Burgess isn’t cooperating with Orange County investigators from California who interviewed him in Florida about Jou’s disappearance.

Jou’s father wants Burgess taken to Los Angeles for questioning. Reza Jou asked attorneys general, governors and Burgess’ mother to intervene.

“He is in jail in Jacksonville, Fla., using his constitutional right not to speak about my daughter’s whereabouts,” Jou said. “This is a very urgent matter. My child’s life is in danger.”

Jou said he’d received no response to his urgent plea, but The Daily News contacted California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s office for comment.

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July 30th, 2007 at 04:36pm Posted by | Donna Jou, Missing, Missing Teen, sex offender, Texas Equusearch | one comment