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.”
The Navy reports the T-34 Trainer, a single-engine prop plane, is missing and showed no problems before disappearing from radar on Wednesday afternoon, October 28, 2009.
The Coast Guard has announced that they have recovered one of the bodies of the two pilots that went missing on Wednesday when their plane went missing from the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, TX near San Jose Island.
They did not release the name of the pilots recovered; however, the Navy had previously released the names and said that 29 year old Lt. John Joseph Houston and 30 year old Lt. Bret Travis Miller were on board the Navy T-34C Turbomentor training plane.
Navy Identifies 2 Missing Pilots
More Evidence Discovered …
It is being reported that more evidence was found Saturday from the Des Plaines River near Channahan, Ill where sources are saying it is related to a body found on the river bank on Wednesday.
The additional evidence was found Saturday afternoon. State police would not confirm what was found Saturday or if the items were related to the remains found earlier. According to media sources, the evidence found might have been a leg bone.
Chemical plant worker Jeff Triplett says he escorted state police and two workers from the Will County Coroner’s office through a brush and back into the woods along the bank of the Des Plaines River…
Tera Williams: What did they find…
Jeff Triplett: They found a human leg bone… they said they found it on the side of the river…
They had their forensics kit and they all had their laptops and they were bagging it up.
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41 year old Gerald Myers of Centennial, CO is missing on Alaska’s Mount McKinley. Gerald Myers was last seen Wednesday, 5/21/09, as he climbed the ridge approaching McKinley’s 20,320-foot summit. Myers began his solo climb to the summit of Mount McKinley on Tuesday.
A team traveling about two hours behind Myers did not see any signs of the man. He had skis with him, but little survival gear.
Aerial searches are underway for the missing Colorado chiropractor.
He did not return to the camp at 14,200 feet, where his climbing partners were waiting. They said Myers took no sleeping bag, bivouac sack, stove to melt snow or thermal pad with him when he attempted to summit.
At the time, weather high on the mountain was deteriorating with winds gusting 40 to 50 mph.
Searchers did not know what route he planned to take down from the summit. Park rangers were using spotting scopes to look for him along the various descent routes.
Colorado man still missing on McKinley
Search continues for missing Denali climber
UPDATE I: A Denali National Park spokesperson says they are still holding out hope of finding missing climber Gerald Myers and will continue searching on Monday
46 year old Michael Larson of Yankton, SD has been missing since Friday afternoon May 15, 2009. Larson’s boat was found empty around 3:45 Friday afternoon. The boat was resting on a sand bar in the middle of the Missouri River.
The boat was resting on a sand bar in the middle of the Missouri River near Running Water, South Dakota.
Crews searched all weekend, but haven’t had success in locating Larson.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Bon Homme Sheriff’s Office in Tyndall, South Dakota.
Crews are searching for a boater who went missing on the Missouri River.
Rescue Crews Will Resume Search For Yankton Man Sunday
“It’s a little cooler than we’d like it if we’re going to be in the water,” Johnson said. “Of course, we’re going to be along the edges of the water. You’re going to get wet. You’re going to get a little cool.”
Johnson says the conditions aren’t ideal, but they’re not anything teams can’t handle.
“There are different types of missions – some water, some land,” Johnson said. “We’ve had a variety of different situations we’ve been in.”
Around 7:00 AM Saturday morning, crews were out in 37-degree weather, about ten degrees below average. And wind speeds weren’t kind either, with some winds gusting up to 30 miles per hour in some spots. But crews say they’re prepared for the changing conditions.
UPDATE I: Hospital Praying For Missing Yankton Boater
UPDATE II: Body of Missing Boater Michael Larson Found
The body of 46 year-old Michael Larson was pulled from the Missouri River this afternoon. Larson, who is from Yankton, disappeared 10 days ago while boating on the river.
An elderly couple has gone missing aboard the Carnival Paradise that set sail from Long Beach, CA. A 90 year old man and his 79 year old wife were last seen Tuesday, January 13, 2009 aboard the Carnival Paradise. They are presumed to have gone overboard. The couple’s names and hometowns have not been released. Their cabin door was double locked from the inside with a “do not disturb” sign hanging on the door handle. It is also being reported that the door to the balcony from their room was unlocked.
A statement released overnight by Carnival says the 90-year-old man and his 79-year-old wife were aboard the Carnival Paradise when it set sail from Long Beach, Calif., on Monday but could not be found when the ship returned Friday.
“Their cabin door was double locked from the inside with a do not disturb sign on the handle and the door leading from the cabin to the balcony was unlocked,” the statement says. “The couple’s personal belongings remained inside the cabin.”
Carnival says all proper authorities have been notified, including the U.S. Coast Guard and FBI, and the cruise line is providing full assistance.
The Coast Guard has suspended the search for the elderly couple who are believed to have fallen overboard.
The Coast Guard suspended its search Saturday for an elderly couple believed to have fallen off a cruise ship between Long Beach and northern Mexico.
The aerial search for the 90-year-old man and his 79-year-old wife was halted after officials determined that their chances of surviving in the water were slim, said Chief Warrant Officer Scott Epperson.
“Factoring in their age and weights, their survivability in 59 degrees water was about 4 to 6 hours,” he said. “The last time they were seen was 84 hours ago.”
27 year old Alisha Sidie has been missing since Friday night, November 7, 2008 in the Hatfield area of Jackson County, WI. According to reports, Alisha left her Hatfield home Friday night after an argument with her ex-husband, Doug Sidie. Her ex-husband said she left on foot. She has never been seen or heard from since.
Alisha left her Hatfield home Friday night after an arguement with her husband, Doug Sidie. Now officials are beginning to piece together a timeline of Alisha’s whereabouts that night, including the last people she had spoke with.
Sheriff Waldera says, “We are looking into the whereabouts and who had last contact, doesn’t matter if it was the husband or even friends she was with, but yes, we have investigators looking at all that information including the husband, what was going on and the details of the event that was told to us.”
Alisha Sidie Description:
UPDATE I: About 150 People Search for Missing Wisconsin Mother
Family, friends and law enforcement officers planned to regroup Tuesday to resume the search. About 150 people combed the Hatfield area on Monday. Searchers called in a tracking dog, helicopter and dive team as they looked for the mother of two.
“There’s so many dozens of ways that this could have happened,” Sidie’s friend Molly Hoffman told FOX News on Tuesday. “We all hope that she’s being a brat and she’s out there somewhere, but we also have thought about the worst and the more we look, it’s hard to say what actually happened when we have no news at all.”
Sidie’s ex-husband, Doug, says his wife left home about 9 p.m. Friday and never returned.
UPDATE II: Volunteers come up empty-handed on second day of search
Jordann Ojanpa says, “This has been the biggest challenge in the search efforts. Hatfield is completly covered in wooded areas. In over three hours, 160 volunteers could only cover 3 1/2 miles of woods.”
Searches now face the daunting task of sifting through brush and miles of wooded ares, hoping for any signs of Alisha.
Volunteer Amy Appel says, “We’re looking for items of clothing, really anything that looks remotely new that might be in relation, might give us some help.”
Alisha left her Hatfield home Friday night after an argument with her husband, Doug Sidie. Now officials are beginning to piece together a timeline of Alisha’s whereabouts that night, including the last people she had spoke with.
Three Days of Searching and No Sign of Alisha Sidie
Search for missing woman will resume today
UPDATE III: Ex-Husband Named Person of Interest in Disappearance of Alisha Sidie
It was only a matter of time before Doug Sidie, the ex-husband of missing Alisha Sidie was named a person of interest. Doug Sidie has the 3 most common attributes involved in being a person of interest and they are “ex-husband”, argument and last person to claim to have seen her. how many times have we seen this same MO play out in the disappearance of a person?
The case of a missing Jackson county woman takes a new turn. Investigators are now calling the ex-husband of Alisha Sidie a person of interest.
Investigators are also searching the Sidie home again for any clues.
“Now that we’re coming up short with our ground searches and any other information, it leads us back to the beginning. So we’re kind of backing up and saying, well let’s focus back at the residence and try to gather additional information,” said Jackson County Sherifff Duane Waldera.
On Saturday, Alisha’s ex-husband, Doug Sidie, told investigators he and Alisha got into an argument on Friday night. He told them Alisha walked off and hadn’t been seen since.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department at (715) 284-5357
UPDATE IV: No Trace of Missing Wisconsin Woman in Latest Searches With Divers, Dogs
Search efforts that included dive teams and underwater sonar to probe a canal came up empty Friday in the hunt for a 27-year-old Jackson County woman who has been missing for a week.
Sheriff’s Sgt. Pat LaBarbera said search dogs were also used in the effort to locate Alisha Sidie of Hatfield, the mother of twin 2-year-old boys.
UPDATE V: Alisha Sidie’s body found; ex-husband arrested
After a week-long search involving hundreds of volunteers, the body of 27-year-old Alisha Sidie of Hatfield was found Saturday night, and her 39-year-old ex-husband, Douglas Sidie, was arrested, Jackson County Sheriff Duane Waldera said.
No other details were offered on how Alisha Sidie’s body was found or what led to the arrest of Douglas Sidie. Alisha Sidie’s body has been sent to the state Crime Lab.
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30 year old Jennifer Cornell, a wife and mother of three, has been missing since Thursday, October 30, 2008 in Hilman, TN in Overton county.
Jennifer Cornell Description:
- Age 30
- white female
- five feet and four inches tall
- about 135 pounds
- brown hair.
Cornell’s car was found abandoned Thursday morning and still running on the street approximately 100 yards from her home. Searchers and volunteers are presently looking for Jennifer Cornell Standing Stone State Park.
The woman’s abandoned car was found Thursday morning still running on a street 100 yards from her home. Her purse was still inside her vehicle when police arrived.
Police said there were no obvious signs of foul play but are looking for a body at the park, which covers nearly 11,000 acres.
“Jennifer’s a loving mother and a loving wife,” said family spokesman Michael South. “We just want to return her as quickly as possible.”
A couple of months ago, Cornell proved that Hancock is the father of her 17-year-old daughter, and she began asking him for child support.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Overton County Sheriff’s Department at (931) 823-5635.
UPDATE I: Ex-Boyfriend Jason Hancock was arrested Friday in Clay County
Jason Hancock was arrested Friday in Clay County. He was charged with aggravated kidnapping. He is being held without bond pending hearing next week.
Authorities believe Hancock dated Cornell about 16 years ago.
Man charged with kidnapping missing woman
34 year old Jason Hancock, the ex-boyfriend of missing Jennifer Cornell has been arrested and charged with aggravated kidnapping. At least for now. The warrant against Jason Hancock alleges he committed the crime of aggravated kidnapping by “falsely imprisoning” Jennifer Cornell with the intent “to inflict serious bodily injuries while in the possession of a deadly weapon.” At issue appears to be back child support as investigators say that Cornell had named Hancock as the father of her 17-year-old daughter and may have been seeking back pay for child support.
A Clay County man was arrested Friday night and charged with kidnapping a Hilham woman who has been missing since Thursday.
Jason Hancock, 34, of the Willow Grove area of Clay County, is charged with aggravated kidnapping of Jennifer Hughes Cornell, 30, of Vaughn Lane, Hilham.
He was arrested at his home about 7:30 p.m. Friday by Clay County Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt. Randall Slayton, one of several law officers working the case.
Hancock, who is being held without bail pending a court hearing, had been questioned in the disappearance of Cornell on Thursday, but was not charged with any crime at that time.
UPDATE I: Body found in missing woman case
Overton County Sheriff W.B. Melton told the Herald-Citizen that searchers found the body on Sunday about 10 a.m. and said it was removed from the sinkhole around 2 a.m. today, Monday, and sent to Nashville for an autopsy.
He said it was the body of a woman and that the exact cause of death is still not known, though it did not appear that she had been shot. He said official identification of the body will not be confirmed until the autopsy is conducted.
UPDATE II: Autopsy Confirms Body Is Missing Mom Jennifer Cornell
Autopsy results released Tuesday confirmed the identity of a body found in a sinkhole as that of Jennifer Cornell. They also show that she died from blunt force trauma to the head.
Cornell had been missing since Oct. 30, when her car was found still running in the middle of a road 100 yards from her home in Overton County, with her purse inside.
28 year old Kelly Morris was last seen on September 3, 2008 by her husband, Scott, and children at their home at 3220 Tump Wilkins Road in Stem, NC. The following morning, September 4, firefighters with the Stem and Providence fire departments responded to a house fire at 3220 Tump Wilkins Road.
Kelly Morris missing
On the morning of September 4, 2008, firefighters with the Stem and Providence fire departments responded to a house fire at 3220 Tump Wilkins Road. The house and much of its contents were destroyed; however, firefighters were able to determine that the residents, 34-year-old William Scott Morris and his wife, 28-year-old Kelly Currin Morris, were not home when the fire broke out.
William Morris was allegedly at his towing business in Creedmoor and the couple’s two young children, ages 8 and 5, were in school at the time of the incident. It was initially believed that Kelly was in Raleigh, where she worked for Nationwide Insurance; however, investigators soon learned that she never showed up for work that morning.
The next day, authorities found Kelly Morris’ car and personal belongings in an undeveloped subdivision about a mile from the home, shortly after firefighters responded to a fire at the residence. Authorities have not named any suspects, but have stated that Scott Morris is a person of interest in Kelly Morris’ disappearance.
The family of Kelly Morris is offering a $30,000 reward for information that leads to finding her and NC Gov. Mike Easley has added $5,000.
Family members say they will not stop searching and urge anyone with any information to contact Granville County sheriff’s investigators at 919-693-3213 or a volunteer search line at 919-812-2310.
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UPDATE I: Dive teams continue search for missing Granville mom
UPDATE II: Texas mounted search team helps search for Morris
UPDATE III: Texas search team looks for missing Stem woman
A high-profile team continued to search on Saturday for a missing Granville County woman.
Texas EquuSearch has sent crews to North Carolina to help look for Kelly Morris. They also plan to conduct a search for a woman missing from Gastonia, its members said on their Web site.
On Saturday crews searched a 15-mile radius. They used side-sonar technology in ponds and Falls Lake. An airplane with a remote control camera was also used to scan wooded areas. The group also looked down wells with special cameras.
“I think we have plenty of tools. We have plenty of resources (and) a lot of determination on the part of the searchers, now we just need a little bit of luck to go along with it,” Texas EquuSearch founder Tim Miller said.
See missing poster HERE.
Pfc Jeneesa Lewis has been missing since Friday, July 18, 2008 from Fort Bliss. Is it possible? Could it have happened again? Authorities are searching for 28 year old Fort Bliss Soldier, Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis and her husband Clinton Lewis. Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis is the fourth female soldier to go missing this year under suspicious circumstances. Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis is missing and considered in danger after she did not report for work Friday. Jeneesa Lewis is with the 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade at Fort Bliss Also authorities found evidence of foul play inside her apartment.
Fort Bliss spokeswoman Jean Offutt said that when Jenessa Lewis didn’t report to physical training or work, soldiers from the 5-52 Air Defense Artillery Battalion, 11th Brigade went to her off-post apartment to check on her. The apartment she shares with her husband was locked, prompting the call to police. When police arrived just after noon, investigators found evidence of foul play, Mears said. Mears said neither Lewis nor her husband were at the apartment. He would not discuss details of what officers found in the apartment.
Pfc Jeneesa Lewis description:
- Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis is 28 years old
- 5 foot 4 inches tall
- white female
- weighs about 125 pounds.
AP/El Paso Police Department Police say the wife of Clinton Lewis, Fort Bliss soldier Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis, is missing and considered in danger.
Police believe that Pfc Jeneesa Lewis is missing and her husband, 34 year old Clinton Lewis, may have something to do with it. Investigators are looking for a 2001 white Dodge Dakota pickup truck with Texas tags 20ZFD7.
Police: Missing Texas soldier may be in danger UPDATE I: East Tennessee soldier missing, manhunt on
According to the Associated Press, people who know the soldier told investigators that she and her husband, who is not in the Army, have been having marital problems. Fort Bliss spokeswoman Jean Offutt told the AP that when Jeneesa Lewis didn’t report to physical training or work, soldiers from the 5-52 Air Defense Artillery Battalion, 11th Brigade went to her off-post apartment to check on her. The apartment she shares with her husband was locked and neither of the Lewises were home.
UPDATE II: Sister of Missing Jeneesa Lewis’ states she was sent a text message about leaving her husband two days before she vanished.
Her sister says Army Private First Class Jeneesa Lewis sent a text message about leaving her husband two days before she vanished.
Lewis’ sister says El Paso police found the apartment was a mess and there was blood.
UPDATE III: Clinton W. Lewis, Husband of missing soldier wanted in Tennessee
Clinton W. Lewis has not been charged in the case and police have not named him a suspect. But investigators want to talk to him about the disappearance of his wife, Pfc. Jeneesa M. Lewis, a soldier stationed at Fort Bliss.
He is wanted on an outstanding warrant from Hawkins County, Tenn., where the couple lived before Jeneesa Lewis joined the Army last year. Officials with the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office did not provide details of the warrant Sunday, saying the department would issue a statement on Monday.
UPDATE IV: Missing Fort Bliss Soldier Jeneesa Lewis Found Alive … Husband Clinton W. Lewis Arrested
Finally some good news with regards to a missing persons case. Army Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis who had been adducted and kidnapped by her husband has been found safe. Although it is reported that she was hurt and had suffered stab wounds, Jeneesa Lewis is alive, safe and presently in a hospital in El Paso. Clinton Lewis has been arrested on an aggravated kidnapping charge.
The Benton Crier: Family: Missing Fort Bliss soldier found alive
Her husband, Clinton W. Lewis, has been jailed on an aggravated kidnapping charge. He was being held on $75,000 bond, according to jail records, which did not show if he had an attorney.
Delores Pigeon, Jeneesa Lewis‘ grandmother, said Jeneesa Lewis called late Sunday to say her husband abducted her from her El Paso apartment last week, drove her to Nevada and then came back to El Paso to turn himself in.
ABC News: Sister: Missing Fort Bliss soldier Jeneesa Lewis found alive, ‘tired, scared and weak’
“Clinton had seen it on the news and decided to turn himself in,” Skelton said in a phone interview from her home in Rogersville, Tenn.
“He took her into Nevada,” Pigeon said. “She said she’s in shock. She’s got two big holes in her legs and she lost of a lot of blood.”
UPDATE V: Husband of Fort Bliss Soldier Stabbed, Raped Her
The police affidavit said Lewis was waiting inside the soldier’s apartment and kicked her in the face as she walked through the door. The private first class was stabbed with a kitchen knife, threatened with death, then raped, investigators allege.
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If Anyone has information on the case your being asked to call El Paso Crime Stoppers at 566 TIPS.