Police say she is 5′ 1″ and weighs about 125 pounds. She was last seen wearing a red shirt with black pants. Authorities describe Rivera as being in poor mental and physical condition and in need of medication.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. (NY1)
Joe Bieger, 59, has been missing since October 6, 2006. Joe Bieger left his Dallas appartment to walk his dogs at 6: am and has not been seen from since. His dogs were found but there was no sign of Bieger. Bieger has been diagnoses with transient global amnesia.
Attacks of TGA begin and end abruptly. They usually last from three to six hours — rarely longer than 12 hours. These attacks may recur in some people. They often occur after strenuous physical activity.
Last month, Bieger disappeared for nearly 10 hours but was later found by the school’s athletic director K.C. Cox. Bieger’s illness leaves sufferers disoriented and confused. (NBC 5)
5 foot 11 inches tall
weighs approximately 190 pounds
He was last seen in a white T-shirt and either khaki pants or blue shorts.
The Highlands School’s football team in Irving, TX have cancelled the remander of their season after Joe Bieger went missing.
Cox told NBC 5 that his team’s hearts just weren’t in it with Bieger missing.
UPDATE: Missing man found in Carrollton
Joe Bieger has no idea where he was for the last month, but for the first time in a long while his family knows where he is — home.
The 52-year-old man was spotted wandering in Carrollton at noon Monday. He had been diagnosed with amnesia in September and he disappeared Oct. 6 when he left his Dallas apartment to walk his two dogs. (Star Telegram)
The football coach who went missing Oct. 6 was found alive and well.
A home-building crew in Carrollton recognized Joe Bieger -– coach of The Highlands School’s football team -– and called the school.
“It’s just a great relief,” school athletic director K.C. Cox said. “To see his wife and him embrace and hug and just that love is just a great big relief.” (NBC5)
Has anyone seen Cole Jackson? Cole Jackson, 33, has been missing since July 13, 2006. Cole was last seen when he truck he was driving came out of a pasture and rammed into an elderly man’s fence. It is reported that Cole made a phone call, but never showed up at the rendezvous point. He was never seen or heard from again.
Thirty-three-year old Cole Jackson was last seen on July 13, about a quarter-mile from the church, when he came out of the backside of private pasture and rammed his truck through an elderly man’s fence. He stopped briefly to say he was sorry and would make good on the fence, but first he had to get away from the “bad people” chasing him.
The following day, his truck was found abandoned in a pasture about a mile down the road where the vehicle was apparently stuck in a ravine.
Cheyenne Jackson, Cole’s sister contacted Texas Equusearch for help in finding her brother. She also contact SM, Missing & Exploited in hopes of putting the word and pictures out to as many people as possible.
Please make sure to tune in to Dana Pretzer on Friday, September 29, 2006 for an interview with the family of Cole Jackson’s family.
Cheyenne Jackson, Cole’s sister who lives in Dallas said EquuSearch had been a godsend for her family — and hopefully their involvement would mean that her father could stop going out and searching and researching the same woods every day, as he has for the last 60 days.
Cole Jackson was last seen wearing a brown shirt and blue jeans. He is about 5’7” tall and 165 pounds.
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Cole Jackson is severely asthmatic; however, he left both of his inhalers in his truck. According to reports, Cole Jackson was expecting his first child in October. It would also appear from reports that Cole was acting paranoid and a bit disoriented. It has been stated that “Jackson was not in a sound state of mind that day”. Also, family members found Jackson’s shoes with his wedding ring placed inside it.
“He was severely asthmatic, and he left both of his inhalers in his truck,” Wisdom said. “At the time of his disappearance he was acting paranoid and driving erratically. He felt like he was being chased. It’s possible that he became disoriented and got lost in the woods. He may have become dehydrated, or he could have had an asthma attack.”
An early morning discovery may have helped solidify Wisdom’s theory — family members found Jackson’s shoes with his wedding ring placed inside it.
Wisdom said it is likely that based on witness accounts and conversations, Jackson was not in a sound state of mind that day.
And his state of mind is something that search crews have to take into consideration when trudging through the brambles in the heavily wooded search parameters, Wisdom explained to a searcher. (The Daily Sentinal)
If anyone has any information or has seen Cole Jackson please contact Texas EquuSearch at 281–309–8500 or 877–270–9500.