AZ LISA JAMESON: Missing from Chandler, AZ - 4 November 1991 - Age 23

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Lisa Jameson disappeared from Chandler, Arizona on November 4, 1991.

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Lisa Dianne Jameson

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: November 4, 1991 from Chandler, Arizona
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: September 26, 1968
Age: 23 years old
Height and Weight: 5'6, 122 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair, brown eyes. Jameson may use the last name Collins. She has four piercings in each ear.
Clothing/Jewelry Description: A pink shirt, blue jeans, white shoes, a silver rope necklace, and a silver herringbone necklace.
Medical Conditions: Jameson was pregnant at the time of her disappearance. She has an unspecified medical condition.


Details of Disappearance

Jameson was last seen at approximately 7:15 a.m. on November 4, 1991 in Chandler, Arizona. She worked an overnight shift at the electronics business that employed her and afterwards was dropped off by a co-worker in the vicinity of McQueen Road and Chandler Boulevard. She has never been heard from again.
Several days after Jameson's disappearance, her 1989 Pontiac was found in the parking lot of an adult bookstore in the 4000 block of east Washington Street in Phoenix, Arizona. There was no blood or other evidence pertaining to her disappearance inside the vehicle.

Jameson left her personal belongings behind when she vanished, and has not withdrawn any money from her bank account since she disappeared. She was married at the time of her disappearance with a toddler son, and she and her husband were not having any problems. Jameson's case remains unsolved. Gilbert, Arizona is where she lived and that city's police are investigating her disappearance.
 

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DNA may aid in solving '91 disappearance
COLD CASE OF THE WEEK


Nov. 19, 2004 12:00 AM

The headline in the June 14, 1998, East Valley Sunday Community edition of The Arizona Republic read: "Not knowing worst part of disappearance."

The story began: What happened to Lisa Jameson?

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Lisa Dianne Jameson, 23, disappeared in November 1991 after she worked a graveyard shift and dropped off a co-worker in Chandler at 7:15 a.m. Her 1989 Pontiac was recovered several days later in the parking lot of an adult bookstore at 4039 E. Washington St., Phoenix.

Summary
The Gilbert resident dropped off her co-worker after they left the electronics business where they worked in Chandler.

Jameson, one of six siblings, never returned home. She left behind a 2-year-old son and a 29-year-old husband.

Police found no reason why she would have abandoned her family. She and her husband had no financial or medical problems, and Jameson did not withdraw any money from a bank.

Police found little evidence and no blood inside her vehicle.

Investigator
Detective Scott Zuberbuehler.

What bothers him most
Despite the Gilbert Police Department's efforts to interview almost everyone who knew Jameson, they could not uncover any significant leads. Years later, they continued to investigate but found nothing.

"They didn't have a lot of the technology that we do at their disposal," Zuberbuehler said. "Hopefully with the new technology in place, we'll be able to have a resolution for the family."

New technology's role
Zuberbuehler plans to have the Department of Public Safety analyze any DNA from the evidence in Jameson's Pontiac. For example, DNA from a hair sample inside the vehicle could possibly be matched to DNA samples from criminal offenders.
 

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15 years later, missing woman's son finds himself
Ray Parker
The Arizona Republic
May. 31, 2007 12:52 PM

Seventeen-year-old Kyle Collins of Chandler graduated from Dobson High last week, passing through one more of life's milestones without his mother there to see it.

Lisa Jameson disappeared more than 15 years ago under mysterious circumstances, leaving behind a toddler son and a tight-knit family.

On Nov. 5, 1991, Jameson had finished working the graveyard shift at a Chandler electronics company. She dropped a co-worker off at about 7:15 a.m., then was never seen again.

She was 23.

Police investigating the case found nothing to suggest she simply ran away: no credit cards were missing, no clothes were gone, no money was withdrawn. She had never been in trouble with the law. She just vanished.

A month after her disappearance, police found her red Pontiac LeMans abandoned in a Phoenix parking lot. It held few clues, and the trail from there went cold.

"Every Mother's Day we send out 20 balloons into the air ever since Kyle has been 2," said his aunt, Gilbert resident Treva Kimbrough.

Frank and Barbara Collins eventually adopted their youngest daughter's son, raising him in the north Chandler home they moved into in 1978.

"I talk to him about his mother all the time," said Barbara, 72.

The boy whose life began with a mystery that's had no resolution has since filled it with burning ambition, thanks to the support of his extended family.

He became a good student, basketball player and even an entrepreneur. He recently started his own company, Real Entertainment, which just released his first CD.

Kyle shrugged his shoulders.

"I look at it as doing it all for my mother," the 17-year-old said. "I use it as fuel to do all I can with my music."

Kyle cannot remember the last time he spoke to his father. Alan Jameson, who once worked as a jail guard for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, moved back to his parents' country, Bolivia, in 1993. The family has suspicions he may have been involved but no evidence was ever found to link him to the disappearance.

Today Kyle has grown into a gregarious, mature, deal-talking youth who will attend community college this fall because of his grandparents' wishes. But his true interest is his music.

No one has prodded Kyle to write, produce and promote his music, which he categorizes as "backpack" hip-hop, a less angry version than the popular gangster genre of today.

He's self-taught, studying the origins and impact of hip-hop, from Grandmaster Flash to Kanye West. An uncle helped fund the production of his first 500 CDs, entitled Mission: Bring Hip-Hop Back, under his performer name, Kaycee aka "The Dime."

He's already marketing his work in cyberspace.

"The Internet and My Space is huge right now," the teen said. "There's a disadvantage being so young since I can't go to clubs."

Listeners can check out samples of his songs, such as In Love (baby), and buy ring tones for $1.99 on his Web site: myspace.com/kayceethedime.

"Hip-hop has many different images, but real hip-hop could not be defined by 99 percent of the artists on the radio these days," Kyle writes on the site. "Jay-Z, Common, Nas, Game, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Kanye West, these are just a few of the modern day artists who continue to keep real hip-hop in the airwaves of the radio during this generation. Next on the list is Kaycee."

After school, he usually heads back to his bedroom, filled with pin-ups and basketball stars, to sit at his Dell computer, where he created his beats and rhymes with programs such as ProTool and Free Loops.

He has dissected popular hip-hop artists such as Jay-Z, hoping to learn the secret of their success.

"I learned (Jay-Z) has got an awkward flow, there's no rules to his flow and he says what's on his mind," Kyle said. "But you've got to be yourself, original, and that's what I'm doing."

He would like to attend Tempe's Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in the fall, but because he doesn't have enough money, instead will start at a community college.

His grandmother wants him to get a college degree. If Kyle turns into a music mogul later, so be it.
 

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Missing Mom Still Inspiring Ambitious Teen
Seventeen-year-old Kyle Collins of Chandler graduated from Dobson High last week, passing through one more of life's milestones without his mother there to see it.

Lisa Jameson disappeared more than 15 years ago under mysterious circumstances, leaving behind a toddler son and family.

On Nov. 5, 1991, Jameson had finished working the graveyard shift at a Chandler electronics company. She dropped off a co-worker at about 7:15 a.m. and was never seen again.

She was 23.

Police investigating the case found nothing to suggest she simply ran away: No credit cards were missing, no clothes were gone, no money was withdrawn. She had never been in trouble with the law. She just vanished.

A month after her disappearance, police found her red Pontiac LeMans abandoned in a Phoenix parking lot. It held few clues, and the trail from there went cold.

"Every Mother's Day, we send out 20 balloons into the air ever since Kyle has been 2," said his aunt, Treva Kimbrough of Gilbert.

Frank and Barbara Collins eventually adopted their youngest daughter's son, raising him in the north Chandler home they moved into in 1978.

"I talk to him about his mother all the time," said Barbara, 72.

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Lisa Dianne Jameson



Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: November 4, 1991 from Chandler, Arizona
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: September 26, 1968
Age: 23 years old
Height and Weight: 5'6, 122 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair, brown eyes. Jameson may use the last name Collins. She has four piercings in each ear.
Clothing/Jewelry Description: A pink shirt, blue jeans, white shoes, a silver rope necklace, and a silver herringbone necklace.
Medical Conditions: Jameson was pregnant at the time of her disappearance. She has an unspecified medical condition.


Details of Disappearance

Jameson was last seen at approximately 7:15 a.m. on November 4, 1991 in Chandler, Arizona. She worked an overnight shift at the electronics business that employed her and afterwards was dropped off by a co-worker in the vicinity of McQueen Road and Chandler Boulevard. She has never been heard from again.
Several days after Jameson's disappearance, her 1989 Pontiac was found in the parking lot of an adult bookstore in the 4000 block of east Washington Street in Phoenix, Arizona. There was no blood or other evidence pertaining to her disappearance inside the vehicle.

Jameson left her personal belongings behind when she vanished, and has not withdrawn any money from her bank account since she disappeared. She was married at the time of her disappearance with a toddler son, and she and her husband were not having any problems. Jameson's case remains unsolved. Gilbert, Arizona is where she lived and that city's police are investigating her disappearance.



Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Gilbert Police Department
480-508-6500
 

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Lisa Dianne Jameson
Missing since November 4, 1991 from Chandler, Maricopa County, Arizona
Classification: Endangered Missing



Circumstances of Disappearance
Jameson was last seen in the vicinity of McQueen Road and Chandler Boulevard in Chandler, Arizona, after she worked a graveyard shift and dropped off a coworker in Chandler at 7.15.
Her 1989 Pontiac was recovered several days later in the parking lot of an adult bookstore at 4039 East Washington Street, Phoenix.
All of her money and personal belongings were left behind. She was a resident of Gilbert at the time, and worked at an electronics business in Chandler. She left behind a 2-year-old son and her husband.
Police found no reason why she would have abandoned her family. She and her husband had no financial or medical problems, and Jameson did not withdraw any money from a bank. Police found little evidence and no blood inside her vehicle.
Despite the Gilbert Police Department's efforts to interview almost everyone who knew Jameson, they could not uncover any significant leads. Years later, they continued to investigate but found nothing.


Investigators
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Gilbert Police Department
Detective Scott Zuberbuehler
480-503-6500
 

Akoya

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Lisa Dianne Jameson
Missing since November 4, 1991 from Chandler, Maricopa County, Arizona


Jameson was last seen in the vicinity of McQueen Road and Chandler Boulevard in Chandler,
Arizona, after she worked a graveyard shift and dropped off a coworker in Chandler at 7.15.
Her 1989 Pontiac was recovered several days later in the parking lot of an adult bookstore at 4039 East Washington Street, Phoenix.

All of her money and personal belongings were left behind. She was a resident of Gilbert at the time, and worked at an electronics business in Chandler. She left behind a 2-year-old son and her husband. Jameson was pregnant at the time of her disappearance.


E Chandler Blvd & N McQueen Rd, Chandler, AZ 85225







The parking lot of an adult bookstore at 4039 East Washington Street, Phoenix.

 
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In every city, in every police department, there are the "cold cases," murders and disappearances that remain unsolved. But no matter how many years pass, police detectives continue to pursue leads -and families continue to hope for answers. It is both frustrating and heartbreaking. These are just a few of the East Valley's unsolved crimes. Not knowing worst part of disappearance By Monica Davis Special for The Republic Gilbert What happened to Lisa Jameson? It's a question no one has been able to answer in nearly seven years. Not her parents, her six siblings or the Gilbert Police Department. Her family still clings to the hope that Lisa is alive somewhere. "We keep faith," said her father, Frank Collins. "We hope maybe she had amnesia. We can't give up. We have to have hope." After working the graveyard shift on Nov. 5, 191, at a Chandler electronics company, Lisa gave a co-worker a ride home. She dropped the man off about 7:15 a.m. He told police that he headed home. It was the last sighting of 23-year-old Lisa Jameson. Her husband, Alan, a jail guard with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, called Gilbert police when she didn't show up at home after work. Relatives cruised the Valley armed with fliers about her disappearance. Police interviewed the family, friends and co-workers, including the man Lisa had given a ride home. "He said there was nothing out of the ordinary," Gilbert police Detective Mike Bukow-ski said. "She was acting perfectly usual." Police said they found nothing to suggest that she ran. away. No clothes were missing from the apartment she shared with Alan. Credit cards had not been used. Money was not withdrawn from bank accounts. In December 1991, police found Lisa's red 1989 Pontiac LeMans abandoned in the parking lot of an adult bookstore in Phoenix. The trail ended there. Barbara Collins calls her daughter's disappearance odd and suspicious.
 

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Article published May 28, 2016

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Hip-hop artist slated for PT on Saturday . . . and other items

PORT TOWNSEND — Highway Twenty Roadhouse, 2152 W. Sims Way, will present hip-hop artist Kyle Collins, who goes by the moniker “Sincerely Collins,” at 8 p.m. Saturday.

Tickets are $12, and available at the door.

Collins, of Tempe, Ariz., currently is traveling the country as part of his Break For Gold Tour to promote his new album “The Legend of The Phoenix.”

Collins was homeless for two years while he recorded this album, he said.

The album, he said, was inspired by his life-long search for his mother, Lisa Dianne Jameson, who has been missing for 21 years.

“This album is basically an autobiography,” Collins said.

“A microscopic look into my life from day one. I've pushed through adversity so many times in one lifetime you would think I was searching for it.

“As far as 'Limelight,' well that's where I am now. It's a representation of the diamond. The result of all the previous pressure and darkness.”

For more information, call 360-385-7747 or visit www.sincerelycollins.com.
 

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DR. KIMBROUGH'S STORY and WHO IS LISA

I AM L.I.S.A. : LISA DIANNE COLLINS, DR. KIMBROUGH'S MISSING SISTER


Dr. Kimbrough’s beautiful and loving twenty-three-year-old baby sister LISA DIANNE COLLINS, who went missing, twenty seven years ago (vanished) from Chandler/Gilbert Arizona on November 5, 1991.

Dr. Treva Free-Kimbrough and her family, last saw LISA, at their weekly family gathering on Sunday evening, November 4, 1991. LISA was last seen, leaving her work shift at Motay Electronics, in Chandler, Arizona; where around 7:00am, Monday morning November 5, 1991, she proceeded to drive her red 1989 Lemans Car, headed to her home in Gilbert, Arizona. LISA's husband Alan Jameson reported her missing around 5:00pm, Monday evening, November 5, 1991. He telephoned the family (Lisa's) mother, and informed her that LISA had not picked up her 18 month old son, (Kyle) from the baby sitters home. Critical time was missed searching for Lisa, as, the Chandler/Gilbert police would not permit a missing person alert until 72 hours after LISA was reported missing. Around December 14, 1991 Lisa's car was found abandoned behind a business on Washington Street in Phoenix, Arizona. Inside the car, there appeared to be signs of a violent struggle; the rear view mirror was broken, foot prints were on the front ceiling of the car, the emergency brake arm shift was bent, the passenger side back seat had a very large brown stain, a broken red fingernail was found on the floor of the back seat, the trunk lock was broken, and a substance similar to sand or detergent was found on the back seat, and in the trunk.

Lisa has never been found. Her husband Alan moved to Bolivia, remarried, moved to Kansas, and has never inquired about Lisa, or launched any search for his wife. Dr. Kimbrough's family "my family" believe that LISA came to a fatal demise at the hands of the man she knew. Dr. Kimbrough, Lisa's son (Kyle-Sincerely Collins), and the family still hurt and, grieve. Yet, because of their love, and close family unit, they are alive and thrive, relying on their faith and trust in God. They "we" have learned to; LIVE IN SPITE OF ADVERSITY (L.I.S.A.) LISA'S CASE IS AN ARIZONA COLD CASE
 

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