Foul Play Suspected in case of Missing Teen, Amber LeAnn Hess


17 year old Amber LeAnn Hess was last seen on Friday afternoon when her parents went away for the weekend. They returned to find Amber missing, her car gone, a gun missing and blood in the home.


(Amber LeAnn Hess)

Read more, get details and updates at Missing & Exploited.

(Burned body recovered … no confirmation, but police suspect it is missing teen)

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  • Comments

    9 Responses to “Foul Play Suspected in case of Missing Teen, Amber LeAnn Hess”

    1. Richard on June 26th, 2007 5:39 am

      A burned body? God Almighty, when will this end? What are we becoming?

    2. Richard on June 26th, 2007 5:43 am

      According to the information in the update section, the police suspect that the person or people involved were known to the girl. We don’t (I don’t, anyway) know anything about her … but what a tragedy this might be.

    3. joe bear on June 26th, 2007 7:33 am

      This is horrible.When will this plaugue stop.

    4. Brenda on June 26th, 2007 8:42 am

      The plague will stop when people start to wake up and realize this country (and world) has a spiritual problem, not mental problems…those can be solved.

      I saw a quote from the girl’s MySpace page. Seems as with most everyone else on the planet, she led a secret life of sorts. Part of her quote mentions to “F** like a porn star”. Nice and wholesome…no?

      Makes me speculate this may lead to a MySpace aquaintence. Sad. These young kids have no concept of the animals that prey on them. Vulnerable and niave.

      I think it’s time we realize everything wrong points to the condition of the soul. Hope whoever did this is apprehended quickly. Horrible for her family.


    5. olliegizmo on June 26th, 2007 9:24 pm

      I just can’t stand it, another young life snuffed out. Parents please, take heed. No body is minding the store. We like to think our teens are responsible young adults, capable of making sound decisions, not true. They do not have enough life experiences under their belts. A wise old woman once told me that babies need and take a lot of care, moms need to be their to give them a good start in life, but teenagers require more. She scared the crap out of me with her horror stories, and yes she was right, I now have a few of my own. Parents please, know where your kids are and what they are doing, no matter how much the balk, get into their business, they may not thank you right now but will later in life. Being a parent is the hardest job in the world

    6. WTF on June 26th, 2007 10:05 pm

      What responsible now a days leaves a 17 year old home alone all weekend? Asking for trouble. And got it.

    7. Glaswegian on June 27th, 2007 2:48 am

      An recent article in our local paper about internet porn, including the recent child rape videos, quoted several FBI agents who said that there was absolutely no way they would ever allow their child to have a MySpace account. It’s a shame because it can be a great way for them to communicate, but kids, especially teenagers, just know they are going to live forever and don’t worry about the bad things in life. They feel very capable of handling themselves when we know that most of us aren’t capable of that! They are also very trusting when it comes to info they get online. I asked my niece how she knew someone was telling her the truth online and she could me she could “just tell.” I asked her if she or her friends lied online and she told me they did — then I asked her to think about it! Thankfully she got through that stage safely but her parents became adamant about the computer being in a well traveled area in the house, never in a bedroom, etc. Thankfully, she may have made mistakes but didn’t die for them. Now she is the mother of an 18-week-old son (the most beautiful child ever of course…lol) and while she is still young I could tell from a conversation with her that she has already switched into the parent mode. The bottom line is that it is just so scary and we need to continually remind our children to not be trusting. While I find this incredibly sad, it is also very necessary.

      Anyway, I hope the parents get some news soon. They are in a position none of us ever want to be even near.


    8. Miss-Underestimated on June 28th, 2007 12:56 pm

      Her friends did this? What this poor girl went thru

    9. Sabrina on September 24th, 2007 3:59 pm

      I don’t think that they have enough information on this case to have a trail for two teenage boys that killed a girl when theres not alot of proof…I want to hear themspeak…Nobody can belive what the media tells them

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