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  1. Imamazed

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    I have vanished...

    People disappear for various reasons, many which are beyond their control. By the end of 2013, the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) contained over 84,000 active missing person cases. About 40% of these cases were related to juveniles under 18 years of age. On average, 2,300 people are reported missing every day in the United States.

    The goal of this website is to focus on both runaway juveniles and individuals who are missing against their will primarily within the United States. Reasons people go missing include being abducted, incapacitated or injured, a victim of a catastrophe, an intentional runaway or lost and unaware of their surroundings.

    This site will provide timely information regarding new missing persons cases and also close the loop on recently solved cases. It will also provide a platform for lesser known cases not necessarily receiving the media attention they deserve. Updates will be provided daily, mainly in the form of this blog and other social media. Our goal is to help locate these missing people by reaching the largest possible audience and introducing the masses to cases they may not be aware of.



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    Missing Children With Autism

    Nearly half of children with autism will wander, or elope, from safe environments. And more than one-third of children who wander are considered nonverbal. Finding and safely recovering a missing child with autism presents unique and difficult challenges for families, law enforcement, first responders and search teams. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has special search protocols and checklists to help first responders.

    Children with autism go missing under a variety of circumstances. They may seek out small or enclosed spaces. They may wander toward places of special interest to them. Or they may try to escape overwhelming stimuli such as sights, sounds, surroundings or activities of others.

    more at link ............ http://www.missingkids.org/autism
     
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    Mendocino County California Missing:


    James Leroy Watson: was last seen on March 31, 2015. Watson was born on Dec. 25, 1965. He is a white male, with brown hair, blue eyes, 5 foot 7 inches, 190 pounds with pierced ears and two tattoos.

    Barbara Lea Norton: was last heard from on April 4, 2014 in the unincorporated area of Willits. She was 53 years old at the time of her disappearance. She is a white female with brown hair, gray eyes, 5 ft. 1 inches and 130 pounds. When she disappeared her cell phone, purse and id was left in her residence. She was thought by friends to be despondent.

    Erik Swan Lamberg: was last seen on May 27, 2013. His car was found abandoned on a dirt portion of Sherwood Road. He was born on Oct. 29, 1961. He is a white male with brown hair, blue eyes, 6 ft. 5 inches and 200 pounds.

    Tellie Joe Simmons: was last heard from Christmas 2013. At the time of her disappearance she was 31 years old. She has brown hair and eyes, 5 ft. 11 inches and 135 pounds.

    Genevieve Kathryn Alexander: was last seen on April 4, 2013. She was born Dec. 15, 1982. She is a white female with brown hair, blue eyes, 5 foot 6 inches and 110 pounds. Alexander was last seen walking from the Pomo Campground. A search of the area revealed a pair of pants that Alexander was wearing floating in the surf.

    Michael Travis McInerney: was last seen on March 1, 2012. He was born on July 19, 1984. He is a white male with brown hair, blue eyes, 5 ft. 8 inches and 150 pounds. Eric Christopher Grant: was last seen working for Mendocino Redwood Company on October 27, 2010 near Navarro Ridge Road. Grant was 33 at the time of his disappearance. He had brown hair and green eyes, 6 ft. 3 inches and 130 pounds.

    Michele Bonnie Schlick: was last seen Dec. 31, 2007. She was born June 1, 1955. She is a white female with blond hair, blue eyes, 5 foot 1 and 115 pounds.

    David Virgil Neily: was last heard from in April 2006. He was born Nov. 29, 1936. He is a white male, with gray hair, green eyes, height 5 ft. 5 inches and 150 pounds. He was reported missing in May 2006. Detective found both his vehicles in Westport in July 2006. Newspaper articles in one vehicle were dated April 17, 2006. Thomas Michael Thurston: was last seen on Nov. 6, 2005. Thurston was born July 14, 1986. He is a white male, with brown hair, blue eyes, 6 foot 1 inches, 170 pounds. Thurston and a friend went on an overnight camping trip to north Cow Mountain Mayacamas campground east of Ukiah. Thurston left the camp at 2 a.m. and has not been seen since.

    Michael William Desmet: was reported missing in September 2005. He was 35 years old at the time of his disappearance. He has blonde hair, green eyes, 6 ft. 1 inches and 200 pounds. His last known location was on his friend’s Joseph Clarence Wilma’s property in Covelo. Wilma is considered a homicide victim after his femur and jawbone and vehicle were found at the property. Desmet is considered missing under suspicious circumstances and investigators believe he is likely also a victim of a homicide.

    Donald James Cavanaugh: was last seen on March 1, 2005. He was born July 26, 1941. He is a white male with gray hair, blue eyes, five foot 8 inches and 140 pounds. Cavanaugh was reported missing in May 2005. Detectives located his vehicle along with other personal property in Westport.

    Chad Richard Kirkendall: of Caspar was last heard from on May 29, 2004. He was born Oct. 12, 1980. He is a white male with brown hair, brown eyes, five feet 9 inches and 215 pounds. He drove his roommate’s vehicle to their mailbox and has not been seen since. His roommate located the vehicle in a ditch and called police. Kirkendall’s shoes were found in the vehicle and someone matching his description hitched a ride and was dropped off at the Mendocino Elementary School.

    Katherine Rebecca Lamadrid: was last seen on Dec. 17, 2004 in Fort Bragg. She was born on Oct. 25, 1964. She is a white female with blonde hair, blue eyes, 5 ft. 10 inches and 170 pounds. She was last seen walking across the old Noyo River Bridge.

    Jaime Vasquez: was last seen on March 31, 2001. Vasquez was born Nov. 26, 1972. He is a Hispanic male, with brown hair, green eyes, 6 foot tall, 175 pounds.

    Danny Ray Michael: was last seen on April 3, 1995. He was born on Nov. 15, 1950. He is a white male with brown hair, blue eyes, 5 ft 6 inches and 150 pounds. He was last seen on the 46000 block of Fisherman Drive in Laytonville. He told a family member he was planning to drive to Garberville. On April 3 his vehicle was found abandoned on Sherwood Road.

    Jon David Snyder: was last seen in December 1994. He was 45 years old at the time of his disappearance with blond hair, blue eyes, 5 ft. 11 inches and 170 pounds. His vehicle was found stuck in the mud in the Chicken Ridge area of Covelo, Neighbors reported seeing it there sometime in January 1995. A search turned up no further clues to his disappearance.

    Paula Jan Schulze: was last seen in April 1995. At the time of her disappearance she was 45 years old. She has red hair and hazel eyes and is 5 ft. 6 inches and 130 pounds. She resided in the 1500 block of Branscomb Road in Laytonville. She was last seen in a hot springs area of Lake County when she had an argument and “reportedly walked away from the friends with her six dogs and was never seen or heard from again.”

    Kristi Suzanne Krebs: was last seen on Aug. 9, 1993 in Fort Bragg. She was born on Dec. 19, 1970. She is a white female with brown hair, blue eyes, 5 feet 2 inches and 140 pounds.

    Daniel William Southers: was last seen on Sept. 17, 1987. He was 24 years old at the time of his disappearance. Southers had brown hair, hazel eyes, 6 ft. 3 inches tall and 250 pounds. He left his Fort Bragg residence the morning of his disappearance and has not been seen since. Detectives believe Southers may have been involved in marijuana cultivation and that this could have led to his disappearance.

    Peter Harrington: was last heard from around Nov. 1, 1983 in Redwood Valley. He was born on Feb. 2, 1945. He is a white male, with blonde hair, blue eyes, 5 foot 8 inches and 160 pounds.

    Frederick (aka William) Donald Leach: was last seen on March 17, 1976 in Laytonville. He was born on Dec. 6, 1926. He is a white male with gray hair, blue eyes, 5 ft. 8 inches and 165 pounds. Leach lived in a residence about 1 mile south of Laytonville at the time of his disappearance.

    http://www.willitsnews.com/general-...oking-for-missing-persons-in-mendocino-county
     
  6. Imamazed

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    Missing Veterans

    MissingVeterans.com contains information about Missing U.S. Military Veterans. We are Veteran Operated and run solely by Volunteers. Our goal is to provide increased awareness of Missing Veterans and offer our services as a free resource for Families and Friends of Missing Veterans to use as part of their search efforts. If you would like to submit a missing Veteran,
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    You may also want to check the tips for Families and Friends of Missing Veterans. Please like our facebook page or Google+ to ensure you receive updates on newly listed listed Missing Veterans. Your help in sharing our website and facebook page with others would be greatly appreciated and will go a long way in helping to get the information about Missing Veterans to as many people as possible.

    You may also want to check the tips for Families and Friends of Missing Veterans.

    Read more: http://www.missingveterans.com/
     
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    Missing in America: Unsolved

    Dateline NBC's social and digital series 'Missing in America' began in December 2013 with a question to our Facebook community, "Do you know anyone who has simply vanished?" The response was overwhelming. Since then, every Monday, we have featured the story of a different missing person brought to our attention from a member of our online communities.

    On this second anniversary of the series, nearly half of those we have featured are still missing. Please take a moment to read, and share, their stories. Someone, somewhere, saw something. Could it be you or one of your friends?
     
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    Missing Persons of America

    Missing Persons of America was started by Jerrie Dean in February 2011 and one year later reached 1 million visitors. 2.7 million in 2013, 4 million in 2014, 5 million in 2015, 6 million in October 2015 and four months later reached 7 million visits in February 2016.

    MPofA’s goal is to provide information to all missing persons in America. MPofA knows that not all missing persons are treated equally and some get more media attention than others, so the website was born to provide a place for all missing persons to get equal national attention.

    It has also proven to be a place where people can leave comments and tips about a missing person.
     
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    Black and Missing

    At Black and Missing Foundation, Inc, (BAM FI) we believe that every missing person, regardless of age, race, mental ability or circumstance, deserves awareness.

    Families with a missing loved one cling to hope. Hope that their loved one will return home. Hope that law enforcement will be proactive. Hope that the media will get involved. Hope that members of the community will come forward with vital information to bring their loved one home.

    At BAM FI, we are dedicated to "BEING THE VOICE FOR THE MISSING" by providing a platform of hope for the overwhelming number of missing persons of color.

    Together, we can and will make a difference!

    Derrica Wilson and Natalie Wilson
     
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