19 year old Kathy M. Chou has been missing since Sunday, April 18, 2010 in Renton, Washington. She was last seen at 7 pm Sunday, April 18, and last heard from at about 9:30 the same night. She has not been seen or heard from since. Chou has no history of running away or missing school. She was last known to be in the area of south Renton and Southcenter.
Kathy Chou does not have any physical disabilities, but does take prescription medication and may be extremely fatigued since she does not have it with her.
- Kathy M. Chou, a high-school senior, is described as an Asian female
- 5 foot 7 inches
- 180 pounds
- black hair with blonde streaks and blue bangs
- a piercing in her bottom right lip
- wears pink rimmed glasses
- last seen wearing jeans and a horizontally striped, multicolored shirt
The Renton Police Department has asked that anyone with information about her location call 911, the department at 425-430-7500 or Detective Keith Hansen at 425-430-7526.
17 year old Kevin Kwok has been missing since Saturday, April 24, 2010 in Toronto, Canada. He was last seen Saturday night around 9 p.m. in his home at 138 Bonis Ave., just south of the Tam O’Shanter Golf Course. Please note that Kevin also has autism. It is reported by police that Kwok functions at the level of a seven-year-old and needs his medication.
This just hit Google from The Star News in Toronto, Ontario. Also, Erik Lippman, 30, with autism, is still listed as missing in Santa Cruz, CA.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding a missing autistic teen in Scarborough. Kevin Kwok, 17, was last seen Saturday night around 9 p.m. in his home at 138 Bonis Ave., just south of the Tam O’Shanter Golf Course. He is described as being about 5-foot-6, 130 pounds, with a thin build. He was last seen wearing an orange Adidas T-shirt and black shorts. Police are concerned for his safety as he requires medication.
Kevin’s mother, Ivy Ang, said her son has never wandered from home before.
She said he likes Facebook and tries to meet friends on the social networking website.
“He wants to meet friends,” Ang told CBC’s Kimberly Gale on Sunday morning. “But he doesn’t know how because he has poor social skills because he’s autistic. He might be following what people say. He might get into someone’s car.”
Anyone with information is asked to call 42 Division at 416-808-4200 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477).
12 year old Kayleah Wilson has been missing in Greely, CO since March 28, 2010 when she was last seen when she left her home Sunday afternoon to go to her friend’s birthday party. She never arrived. Thus far, police have found no evidence suggesting that Kayleigh Wilson either ran away or was the victim of foul play.
HLN’s “Nancy Grace” featured the story Friday evening April 2, interviewing reporters and Dave Joly of the FBI.
Kayleah Wilson case: Search continues for missing Greeley girl.
The search for a missing 12-year-old Greeley girl widened today as authorities conduct ground searches in wooded areas in the vicinity of Kayleah Wilson’s home and divers searched a ponds in west Greeley.
Sgt. Joe Tymkowych, Greeley police spokesman, said this morning that leads are being checked as they come in.
A dive team from Union Colony Fire Rescue Authority searched ponds in the Gateway Lakes Nature Area on the southwest corner of U.S. 34 and 35th Avenue, just west of the Home Depot store.
“It’s just an expanded, selective kind of search to make sure there’s nothing there we need to focus on,” Tymkowych said. “Ideally, it would be nice to find her sitting in those trees too scared to go home. That’s just not happening yet.”
Search for Greeley girl focuses on lake, 4 other sites
The search for a 12- year-old Greeley girl missing for a week continued Saturday, focusing on five locations near her home, including a lake.
The Weld County Sheriff’s Posse mounted unit, along with FBI agents, Greeley police and numerous volunteers from other agencies, were searching grassy and covered areas, police spokesman Joe Tymkowych said.
Meanwhile, divers from the Union Colony Fire Department inspected a small lake near U.S. 34.
People with tips about Wilson’s whereabouts are asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324).
UPDATE I: After 3 weeks missing, still no signs of 12 year old Kayleah Wilson.
The reward has been raised to $20,000 for any viable lead that brings Kayleah home.
Knocks on the doors of 1,000 homes and apartments in Greeley have yielded no clues. Searches of local ponds and ditches have turned up nothing. Behavioral science, pseudoscience, soulful prayers and dogged citizen searches have had the same result.
Scores of police and FBI agents have come up empty, as have pleas on Facebook and Twitter.
Twelve-year-old Kayleah Wilson has vanished.
To discuss, provide your own thoughts & opinions and to get further updates, go to Scared Monkeys.net Missing Persons Forum: Kayleah Wilson.
24 year old Katherine Huether has been missing since March 4, 2010 when she went hiking in Washington’s Skamania County near the Bonneville Dam. Sadly, her body was found Saturday, March 13 by hikers in the Columbia River Gorge wedged behind rocks at the base of an 800 foot cliff.
He says deputies confirmed the body was that of Huether but because of darkness and hazardous conditions authorities postponed recovering it until Sunday morning.
Cox didn’t disclose any information how she died in a news release, but he told the Portland Oregonian that Huether appears to have fallen from a cliff that is part of a steep rock face marking the site of the historic Bonneville Slide.
The only information that authorities had to go on was her car found at a trailhead and a credit card receipt with her name found about four miles north of Bonneville Dam.
Body of missing hiker Katherine Huether found in Columbia River Gorge
A Stevenson father and son who set out today on a four-wheeler and by foot discovered the body of Katherine Huether, 24, among rocks at the base of an 800-foot high-cliff. Skamania County Sheriff’s deputies responding to the scene confirmed the body was Huether’s.
James Martin, 43, told The Oregonian tonight that he and his son went to search the area below the southeast-facing slope of Table Mountain because he thought it hadn’t been thoroughly searched by ground rescuers.
“I thought, if she’s going to be anywhere, she’s going to be below that cliff face,” Martin said.
Martin said he first spotted Huether’s blue North Face jacket, then his son noticed her body nearby about 15 feet down a slope in rocky, steep terrain.
“Her clothing blended right in. I was standing 15 feet from her and didn’t recognize her,” Martin said. “From the air, there was no way they could have seen her.”
54 year old Douglas Schantz has been missing since March 5, 2010 from New Orleans, Louisiana. Douglas Schantz is president of Houston, TX based Sequent Energy Management, one of the largest wholesale gas marketers in the country. Schantz was last seen by colleagues between 1 and 2 am on Friday in a Bourbon Street bar. He was wearing a blazer and tie. Douglas Schantz was reported missing when he failed to meet his daughter for a flight home.
54 Year Douglas Schantz Missing in New Orleans, LA
Colleagues last saw Schantz wearing a blazer and tie between 1 and 2 a.m. Friday in a Bourbon Street bar, Assistant Police Superintendent Marlon Defillo said on Saturday.
Schantz’s wife reported him missing after he failed to meet his daughter for a flight home later that morning. Schantz’s hotel key card had not been used since Thursday, and his bank and phone accounts were untouched, Defillo said.
- white male
- about 5 feet 11 inches tall
- 200 pounds
- medium build
- blue eyes
- short, straight, dirty-blonde hair.
Video surveillance shows missing Texas exec leaving Bourbon Street, New Orleans bar.
Surveillance cameras show a missing Texas energy executive leaving a New Orleans night club early Friday, but no other clues have been made public in his disappearances.
New Orleans Police Assistant Superintendent Marlon Defillo said video from a nearby camera on Bourbon Street shows 54-year-old Douglas Schantz leaving the Razzoo Bar and Patio about 2 a.m. Friday.
Authorities suspect foul play in the disappearance of the 54 year old Houston Energy executive. Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for information in this case. $5000 reward for an executive that was compensated millions. Really?
Anyone with information regarding Douglass Schantz should call 911, the Orleans Police Department at 504.821.2222, or Detective Gwen Guggenheim at 504.658.5300.
UPDATE I: No new information in search for Houston exec
UPDATE II: Body Found in Mississippi River Identified as Missing Businessman Douglas Schantz
The body found in the Mississippi River has been positively ID’d as Douglass Schantz, the Houston, TX business man who went missing in New Orleans, LA.
New Orleans Police have positively identified the body found this morning in the Mississippi River as Douglas Schantz.
Tim Miller from Texas Equusearch, who was key in the search in Aruba for missing teen Natalee Holloway of Birmingham, AL, aided in the search on the Mississippi River for the missing Houston, TX businessman.
Schantz, a 54- year old oil executive from Houston has been missing since early Friday morning.
Houston Executive Douglas Schantz’s Body Found in Mississippi River
Schantz may not have met with foul play at all, but may have fallen into the water after a night of drinking on Bourbon Street.
Michael Schantz said that one video showed his father “stumbling” and “grasping for a wall” as he made his way to the dock.
“[In the video] he walks down near the water and there is a gate that he opens,” the son said. “I’m sure he just wanted to go reflect or look at the boat.”
“There is only one way for him to come back and the tape never shows him coming back,” he said.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that a video camera spotted Schantz walking up the narrow gangplank of the Natchez, and then suddenly disappear.
For more updates, information and to provide your own opinion, go to Scared Monkeys.net Missing Persons Forum: Douglas Schantz.
21 year old Danielle T. Brown has been missing since Friday, February 5, 2010, in Tallahassee, FL when she was last seen at 8:30pm leaving her residence in the 7200 block of Springhill Road. Danielle Brown was driving a 1994 Silver Buick with Florida Tag 694YBX and wearing South Pole brand jeans and a yellow shirt.
Danielle T. Brown description:
- DOB: 08/03/1988
- Race: White
- Sex: Female
- Height: 5’2″
- Weight: 130lbs
- Eyes: Brown
- Hair: Red/Auburn
On February 8, 2010 the vehicle of missing Danielle T. Brown was located at approximately 10:00 am by the Pavo, Georgia Police Department. They responded to the report of an abandoned vehicle found at the Pavo City Refuse Site.
On February 8th, three days after Brown’s disappearance, her car was found at the Pavo, Georgia dump with the license plate removed.
Thirty-five year-old Elijah James, who authorities called her on again, off again boyfriend, is charged with stealing and burning Brown’s car.
Authorities and community members have searched Miccosukee, Florida; and more than 100 officers sifted through garbage in landfills in Thomas County.
“Hopefully they’ll find her because I know she’s got a family.” Said, Chastaine.
Pieces of Brown’s driver’s license and her cell phone were found in Beachton, Georgia on February 15th.
But, deputies still need more pieces of the entire puzzle to resolve her disappearance.
The fact thatBrown’s ex-boyfriend Elijah James has been arrested on arson and car theft charges is hardly a positive sign to this missing persons case. One, driving a vehicle of a missing person where the individual did not have permission to drive.Two, abandoning the vehicle in a dump so to hide the vehicle and three, burning the vehicle in an attempt to hide evidence. All terrible signs in finding Danielle T. Brown alive.
Brown’s ex-boyfriend, Elijah James, was arrested Tuesday on a first-degree arson charge after Brown’s car was found in the dump. The car had been damaged by fire. James, who is being held in the Leon County Jail, faced an additional charge of grand theft of a motor vehicle Thursday after witnesses said they saw him driving around Pavo alone in the car Saturday. Brown’s father is the owner of the car. He said James didn’t have permission to drive it.
Thursday, there were singed stumps and other pieces of wood in the dump. The woods surrounding the acreage were also searched. Twelve-to-15-foot bamboo-looking stalks filled the muddy city dump which is next door to a park on West McDonald Street in Thomas County. On the other side of the dump is a small pond where officers searched its murky depths with underwater gear.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the sheriff’s office at 850-922-3300.
18 year old Jalesa Reynolds has been missing since February 22, 2010 when she was last seen at the Scotland Neck Memorial Library around 11 am. Police have since searched the wooded area around the library to no avail.
Jalesa Reynolds description:
- 5 foot 2 inches tall
- 220 pounds
- medium complexion
- short black hair
- She was wearing tan pants, a pink shirt and a blue-jean jacket with a flower design on the back.
According to reports, the police have traced Reynolds’ Internet activity to a computer at a home on the 200 block of Cemetery Road.
Investigators said they have since traced Reynolds’ Internet activity to a computer at a home on the 200 block of Cemetery Road. They think she went to the home after going to the library.
Investigators said the man who owns the residence where Reynolds accessed the computer is a person of interest in her disappearance.
Police Trace Facebook To Find Missing Woman
Police say she logged off her account around lunchtime last Monday at the public library.
Then, around 1:40 in the afternoon she checked back in using a computer located in this neighborhood.
There’s been no sign of her since.
“That’s the key piece of the puzzle,“ Williams said.
Her family says it was out of character for her not to come home.
“Stayed to herself, very shy, you know, ordinary teenager, just loved computers,“ said Reynold’s cousin Frederick Lassiter.
Jalesa Reynolds didn’t have a computer at home.
So, she came to this library almost every day to use the internet and Facebook.
Police continue to search for missing Jalesa Reynolds, search the residence where she last logged on to Facebook and seized the computer.
Chief Joe Williams says records indicate she logged onto a social networking Web site around 11 a.m. At 1:39 p.m., she logged onto a computer at a residence on Cemetary Road, which is about 1.5 miles northwest of town. Police believe she left the home between 2 and 3 p.m.
Williams says officers questioned the owner of the residence and seized his computer. The machine is being examined by the SBI in Raleigh.
ABC11 Eyewitness News has learned the house where police believe Reynolds last logged onto a computer is also the home of a registered sex offender.
Police won’t say what role – if any – it may play in Reynolds’s disappearance.
The fact that a convicted sex offender lives at the residence that Jalesa Reynolds is on record to have been in can’t be a good sign. Dwayne Davis is being considered a person of interest.
WITN News has learned that a convicted sex offender lives at a home where deputies say a missing teenager was last seen more than a week ago.
The North Carolina Sex Offender Registry says Dwayne Davis lives at 285 Cemetery Road in Scotland Neck. That’s where police say Jalesa Reynolds was last heard from a week ago Monday. Davis served six years of a 15 year sentence from Martin County for second degree rape and was released from prison in 2000.
A law enforcement source tells WITN that Davis is a person of interest in the case.
Anyone with information about Reynolds’ whereabouts is asked to contact Scotland Neck police at 252-826-4111.
For more information, to get updates and provide your own opinion, go to Scared Monkeys.net Missing Persons Forum.
Two Hispanic girls, 10 year old Daniela Ruiz and 12 year old Angela Rivera have been missing since Friday, March 5, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. They were last seen leaving their home of Friday morning, they never arrived at their respective schools. Presently, police do not believe that they are in danger and “It is believed that the two victims may be together in the East Boston area based on the last contact made with them which was earlier this afternoon.”
Police say that Maithe “Daniela” Ruiz , 10, and Angela Rivera, 12, were last seen when they left their home on Bowdoin Street in Dorchester together on their way to separate schools. Ruiz attends Kenney Elementary School, while Rivera attends Dever Elementary School, police said.
The girls’ mother called police at around 11:40 a.m., saying she had been informed by both schools that her daughters had not shown up. It is believed that the two siblings may be together in the East Boston, police said.
Description of Missing Girls:
Ruiz is 4-foot-5 and 90 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. She was wearing a reddish-brown coat and purple-and-red plaid sneakers, police said.
Rivera is 4-foot-8 and about 90 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. She was wearing a pink coat, a navy-blue jumper, a light-blue shirt, and black sneakers.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of these girls is asked to call 617-343-4335 or 1-800-494-TIPS, or to text “TIP’” to 27463.
Jessica Click-Hill has been missing for 14 years since September 1995 when she went missing at age 8. She simply vanished from her home in Walnut Creek, CA, near San Francisco. A 22-year-old woman missing more than 14 years has been found safe in California, and her mother is accused of kidnapping her.
A 22-year-old woman missing more than 14 years has been found safe in California, and her mother is accused of abducting her.
Dean Click told police his daughter, Jessica Click-Hill, who was 8, vanished in Sept. 1995 from their home in Walnut Creek, Calif., near San Francisco. He said he believed she may have been taken by his wife at the time, Wendy Hill. A warrant was issued for Hill’s arrest in 1996, but she disappeared. The FBI issued a second arrest warrant in 1997, for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.
The mother, Wendy Hill, was arrested after being spotted at a local Claim Jumper restaurant in Monrovia, CA.
Andrew Koenig, who played Boner on the 1980′s TV sitcom ‘Growing Pains’ has been reported missing according to Vancouver police. Koenig has not been seen for a week and missed his flight back to the US on February 16. He was last seen on Sunday Feb 14, 2010 in Vancouver, Canada.
Andrew Koenig is the son of Star Trek actor Walter Koenig, where the following post of his son’s disappearance can be found.
He was reportedly last seen a week ago. Koenig was supposed to be on a flight back to the United States on February 16, but didn’t make it.
The family is asking that anyone with information contact that Detective Raymond Payette of the Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-2534.
It would appear that fameos friends of the missing Andrew Koenig have put out their own pseudo Twitter Amber Alerts forKoenig.
According to Star Celebrity, he was last seen on February 14, 2010 in Vancouver:
He was last seen on Sunday Feb 14, in Vancouver, Canada. His sister Danielle Koenig said that “ He went to Vancouver on Feb 14th to visit friends who last saw him.”
Jenny Magenta, a Burlesque dancer said that Koeing is stayed with her in Vancouver, she also said that there’s some evidence he was in the Stanley Park area of Vancouver.
Let’s just hope he went off on his own and just did not bother to inform any one of his whereabouts.
UPDATE I: Body of Andrew Koenig Found in Vancouver Park
A tearful Walter Koenig appeared at a press conference Thursday evening to confirm that a body found earlier in the day in Vancouver’s Stanley Park was that of his son, missing “Growing Pains” actor Andrew Koenig.
“My son took his own life,” Walter Koenig said, wife Judy at his side.