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PA IVON & INISHA FOWLER: Missing from Penn Hills / Pittsburgh, PA - 2006 - Age 7 - Reported 2016

Discussion in 'Missing 2000 to 2009' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Aug 16, 2016.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Cadaver dogs, police search North Braddock home in missing Fowler twins case

    A search Thursday in North Braddock by police with cadaver dogs for long-missing twins yielded nothing, the Allegheny County Police assistant superintendent said.

    A statement from Assistant Superintendent James Morton said: “Last night, units from the Allegheny County Police Department and other law enforcement entities were at a home on Reeves Street in North Braddock in connection with the Fowler case. Their search found nothing.”

  2. Tammy

    Tammy Well-Known Member

    This situation angers and disturbs me to no ends....I just cant understand how two babies can just vanish....and it take this long for someone to notice.....:mad:......I pray there are answers soon with a favorable outcome.
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  3. Tammy

    Tammy Well-Known Member

    :( After reading the news article if what Datwon Fowler told police is true it doesn't sound good :(

    "Datwon Fowler told police he remembered that Ivon went missing from one home, and Inisha went missing at a later date, when they lived somewhere else. The detective said Mr. Fowler remembered that Ivon was sick. He went to bed, and when he awoke, Ivon was missing, police said. Mr. Fowler told police the same thing happened when Inisha went missing."
  4. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Mother of missing twins charged with illegally collecting government benefits

    The mother of twins who have been missing for more than a decade was charged Wednesday with fraudulently collecting more than $50,000 worth of government benefits for the siblings even though they weren’t living with her.

    Allegheny County police have obtained an arrest warrant for Patricia Fowler, 47, of Penn Hills, mother of twins Ivon and Inisha Fowler. No one has reported seeing the twins — a brother and sister who would now be 18 — in 13 or 14 years.

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  5. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Police stymied in search for twins missing 10 years

    Since the summer, police investigators have cast a wide net for twins Ivon and Inisha, who would be about 18 now. A county detective has testified he believes the children are dead but can’t prove it. A cadaver-sniffing dog came up empty during a search of another Pittsburgh area house in December.

    Patricia Fowler was arrested in August on charges of concealing the whereabouts of her twins after police investigated following the removal of four of her other children. Fowler has claimed the children are safe and living out of state, but no information she’s provided to police has panned out, authorities said. She’s been free on bail.


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  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Judge nixes most charges against mom of long-missing twins

    A judge has thrown out most criminal charges against a Pennsylvania woman accused of endangering and concealing the whereabouts of her twins, who haven't been seen in more than 10 years.

    Allegheny County Judge Thomas Flaherty let stand a charge of unsworn falsification, which alleges Patricia Fowler, 48, made misleading statements to police who began investigating the whereabouts of the twins last year.

    But the judge, in a ruling issued late Wednesday, found there's insufficient evidence the Penn Hills woman obstructed justice, concealed the children's whereabouts from their incarcerated father or endangered the twins. Fowler didn't obstruct a child abuse case or endanger the children because there's no evidence they've been harmed — they simply can't be accounted for, the judge ruled.

    Patricia Fowler remains jailed on charges she's collected nearly $50,000 in welfare benefits for the twins despite having not seen them for years. Her public defender, Aaron Sontz, has a policy of not commenting to the media.

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  7. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Penn Hills woman charged in missing twins case is released from jail

    An Allegheny County judge sentenced a Penn Hills woman to time served and probation for the remaining charges against her in the case of her missing twins.

    Fowler pleaded guilty Monday to child endangerment, making false statements to police and welfare fraud. Flaherty sentenced Fowler to 3 to 6 months in jail, for which she was given credit for time served and released. She also was sentenced to four years of probation.

    Investigators have turned up no trace of the twins in the nearly one year since Fowler's arrest. The last movement in the investigation appeared to come in December when Allegheny County Police searched a home in Braddock . Neither police nor the cadaver dogs they used turned up anything in the search, police said.

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