Missing Evansville, IN Woman Joelle Lockwood Found Safe … Two Arrested Have Been Made in Connection with Kidnapping
Joelle Lockwood has been found SAFE!!!
30 year old Joelle Ann Lockwood, who has been missing since July 6, 2014 in Evansville, Indiana, has been found alive and safe. A Facebook page, ‘Help Find Joelle Lockwell,’ created to help find a Lockwood first reported that she was alive and safe.
Thank you everyone for all there efforts with helping find Joelle!!! JOELLE IS FOUND!!! SHE IS ALIVE AND WELL. She appriciate s everyone’s time and energy. We are so happy she is found safe … THANK YOU LORD! Please give her and her family privacy during this time
Woohoo JOELLE IS SAFE AND FOUND!!!
An Indiana woman missing since July 2014 has been found alive and two people were arrested in connection with her disappearance, state police reported.
Joelle Ann Lockwood, 30, was last seen near Park and Florida streets in Evansville on July 6, the Evansville Courier and Press reported.
UPDATE I: The Evansville, Indiana Police Department have also confirmed that two individuals have been arrested in Posey County in connection with the abduction of Joelle Lockwood.
Two arrests have been made in the Joelle Lockwood missing person investigation. The arrests took place at a Posey County address that police believe Lockwood had been held captive in since early July.
Lockwood was reunited with her loved ones on Saturday evening. She had not been seen by friends or family since July 6th, 2014.
A man who had visited the suspects was able to get Lockwood out of the residence and brought her back to Evansville. Evansville Police were notified and she was interviewed by EPD Detectives. They determined that any criminal charges would be handled by Posey County authorities.
Members of the Posey County Sheriff’s Office , EPD Detectives, and the EPD SWAT Team served a warrant at the Posey County residence and took two people into custody.
The names of the suspects, all criminal charges, details of Lockwood’s confinement and rescue, and the location of the arrests will be released by the Posey County Prosecutor’s Office.
Officials tell us that two are arrests were made Saturday night in the investigation of missing woman Joelle Lockwood.
Evansville police tell us that the arrests were made at a residence in Posey County where they believe Lockwood had been held since early July.
We’re told that a man who visited the suspects got Lockwood out of captivity and brought her to Evansville. Lockwood was then interviewed by EPD detectives.
EPD says that any criminal charges will be handled by Posey County authorities.
27 Year Old Kristy Kelley Missing Since 8/15/14 in Boonville, IN (UPDATE: Found Deceased, Missing Boonville Woman Found in car in lake)
27 year old Kristy Kelley has been missing since August 15, 2014 in Boonville, Indiana. Kristy Kelley was last seen in Boonville early Friday around 1:30 am. According to police, Kelly’s cell phone was found at the VFW. She also did not show up for work. Since her disappearance she has not been in contact with family or friends. Thanks to social media, a reported 300 individuals came out to help search for Kristy Kelley over the weekend. The search will continue Monday morning at 9:00 at Studio Bee. The Warrick County Sheriff’s Office is expected to be there as well.
Missing – Kristy Kelley
Authorities say 27-year-old Kristy Kelley of Boonville was last seen in Boonville early Friday morning and did not show up for work and has not contacted family members or friends.
They tell us she was last seen in Boonville around 1:30 a.m. on August 15 wearing a white and black sleeveless shirt, blue jean shorts, and sandals.
The Sheriff’s Office says there is no indication of any foul play at this time.
She’s believed to be driving a silver 2003 Nissan Xterra.
UPDATE I: Search party for missing Warrick Co. woman.
Several people from Warrick County gathered together on Saturday night to search for 27-year-old Kristy Kelley.
The Warrick County Sheriff’s Office told us on Friday Kristy Kelley was missing.
Thanks to dozens of shares on Facebook, a search party totaling near 300 looked for her throughout Warrick County.
They say Saturday morning they saw her picture all over Facebook and knew they wanted to help search.
“We’ve been here pretty much all day, just sending different groups of people out,” says Amanda. “We’ve had a tremendous coming in of everyone. It’s been really great, the feedback has been awesome.”
They set up a command center at Studio Bee in Boonville and waited for people to come. What they got is more than 300 people that came to sign up.
UPDATE III: MISSING IN AMERICA – Joelle Lockwood & Kristy Kelley.
Two young mothers, Joelle Lockwood, 30 and Kristy Kelley, 27, went missing this summer in southwest Indiana.
“We have not found a common denominator,” Sgt. Jason Cullum told local NBC affiliate 14 News, “but that doesn’t mean that we’re not looking at the possibility that they are connected.”
Facebook page: Help Find Kristy Kelley
Facebook page: Help Find Joelle
If you have any information on her whereabouts you should contact the Warrick County Sheriff’s Office at (812)897-6180.
Police have confirmed a body found in a submerged vehicle is that of a missing Boonville woman.
Warrick County Sheriff Brett Kruse says detectives identified Kristy Kelley’s body by clothing found on the body. A medical examination will be conducted Wednesday morning in Vanderburgh County.
WFIE-TV in Evansville reports divers found Kelley’s Nissan X-Terra in the bottom of a lake near Boonville. They removed the vehicle from the water and found the body of the 27-year-old mother inside.
38 Year Old Dundee Mom Jennifer Huston Missing Since 7/24/14 … Last Seen in Newberg, OR (Update: Video of Jennifer Huston Withdrawing Cash before Disappearance)
38 year old Jennifer Huston has been missing since Thursday, July 24, 2014 while running errands. The Dundee mother of two was last seen on Thursday around 6:10 pm while purchasing gas at a Circle K/76 gas station in Newberg, Oregon. Huston has not contacted her family and no activity has been recorded on her credit card. Also, her cellphone has been off since. Jennifer was last seen wearing black and pink Nike shoes and black yoga pants. She was driving a 1999 Lexus LX 470 with Oregon license plate of WXH 011.
A 38-year-old woman went missing Thursday after purchasing gas at a 76 gas station in Newberg.
Surveillance video shows Jennifer Huston purchasing gas at 6:10 p.m. Thursday, said Newberg-Dundee Police Captain Jeff Kosmicki. Huston appeared to be alone in the car.
The vehicle is a dark green Lexus LX-470. The license plate is WXH-011.
Huston, a mother of two, was last seen wearing black and pink Nike shoes and yoga pants, according to a flier her family posted on social media and shared with media outlets. She is 5-foot-7-inches tall and has blond shoulder-length hair and blue eyes.
Her father, Bill Turner, says there were no conflicts at home, and Huston would “never leave her boys. She is an amazing mom and woman.”
Huston, who has two sons, age 3 and 6, is a “doting mother,” according to her sister-in-law Liberty Knerr.
“She is one of the strongest, most loving mothers you’ll ever meet,” Knerr said.
Huston’s cell phone has been off since Thursday night, and detectives have tried to ping her phone hourly with no response.
The family has been driving roads and checking parks and hotels Huston might be at with no luck, Knerr said.
A 38-year-old stay-at-home mom from Dundee went missing Thursday afternoon, leaving no clues as to where she might be, and her family is hoping the public can help locate her.
“We miss her very much,” said husband Kallen Huston. “My two boys really, really need her.”
UPDATE II: MAP
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According to a police timeline, Huston left home that day around 5:45 p.m., planning to run errands. She entered the bank around 6 p.m. and gassed up her SUV at 6:10 p.m. Her phone stopped working at 6:25 p.m., according to investigators, and no one has heard of her since.
Police who studied the surveillance video said they were confident Jennifer was the only person in the vehicle when it pulled into the bank and the gas station.
Newberg-Dundee police have obtained new video footage showing Jennifer Huston withdrawing cash from a local bank before heading to a 76 gas station in Newberg where she was last seen.
The new video shows Huston at a local bank just before 6 p.m. Police said the video shows she was alone.
Ten minutes later, another video shows Huston at the gas station in her dark green Lexus LX-470, said Capt. Jeff Kosmicki, spokesman for Newberg-Dundee police. The license plate number is WXH-011.
Shortly after Huston left the gas station, her cell phone stopped working, police said.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Jennifer Huston , please contact Detective Ryan Simmons at 503-538-8321
Its Been 9 Years Since George Smith IV Went Missing on his Honeymoon with Jennifer Hagel Smith Aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line “Brilliance of the Seas” … CBS 48 HOURS: “Murder at Sea?” … $100,000 Reward (VIDEO)
It has been 9 years since George Smith IV went missing aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise line “Brilliance of the Seas” … the mystery an unanswered questions continue.
It has been none years since George Smith IV went missing while on his honeymoon with Jennifer Hagel Smith aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line “Brilliance of the Seas”. Since that fateful day, July 5, 2005, George’s family, his parents George and Maureen and sister Bree, have fought to learn the truth of what happened the night that George Smith went missing. The Smith family is certain that it was no accident. They appeared on CBS 48 Hours Saturday night, Maureen Smith said, “I have no doubt in my mind whatsoever that my son was murdered on that cruise ship.” The family has renewed their push to solve the case, they are offering a $100,000 reward for information leading directly to the arrest and conviction of whoever was responsible for their son’s disappearance.
George’s sister Bree says it the best as she told ’48 Hours’, “I think the reward will propel people forward.” People need to come forward and tell what they know and there needs to be justice.”
Nine years ago – July 5, 2005 – George Smith IV vanished from his honeymoon cruise in the Aegean Sea. His body has never been found.
Contrary to what authorities have said, his mother, Maureen Smith, is certain it was no accident.
“I have no doubt in my mind whatsoever that my son was murdered on that cruise ship,” she tells CBS News’ 48 HOURS.
Now, in a renewed push to solve the case, the family of the Greenwich, Conn. man says they are offering a $100,000 reward for information leading directly to the arrest and conviction of whoever was responsible for their son’s disappearance
Watch the Full ’48 Hour’ VIDEO – Murder at Sea
FACEBOOK – JUSTICE FOR GEORGE SMITH
The reward and media surge come three months after the family launched a Facebook profile to post evidence and information relating to their ongoing search for justice.
“We’re definitely not giving up,” Bree Smith said. “We started our Facebook crusade by releasing evidence we have collected about George’s disappearance. Between the Facebook crusade and the reward, we are hopeful this is the year we will get justice for George.”
Search Continues for 19 Year Old, Pregnant Military Wife Erin Corwin Missng Since 6/28/14 in San Bernardino County, CA (Update: Erin Corwin’s Car Found)
19 year old Erin Corwin has been missing since Saturday, June 28, 2014. Corwin, a military wife, who is 3 months pregnant, was last seen at 7 AM leaving her marine base Twentynine Palms home en-route to Joshua Tree National Forest (map). The sheriff’s department said Erin Corwin’s car is a 2013 Toyota Corolla with California license plate 7CJX519. KTLA.com reported, the Corwins, who have been married for a year in a half, are originally from Oak Ridge, TN. Her husband, Jonathan Wayne Corwin, a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps, told police his wife planned to visit the park to scout out a desirable location for a family outing during an upcoming visit with her mother. Her husband reported her missing the next day.
Erin is a white female adult, 5’02″, 120 lbs., Brown hair, Blue eyes and is three months pregnant. She has no history of medical and/or psychological issues. Erin was last seen driving a blue, 2013 Toyota Corolla with California license plate number 7CJX519.
According to the police, Corwin’s 2013 blue Toyota Corolla was found in Twentynine Palms on Monday. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said, “They felt it was necessary for those investigators to get involved early on. They said there were some suspicious circumstances.”
California police recovered a missing pregnant woman’s car — but they’re still not sure where she is.
Erin Corwin’s Toyota Corolla was spotted close to her Twentynine Palms home on Monday after the 19-year-old Marine wife went missing on Saturday, KTLA reported.
Corwin, who is three months pregnant, was last seen Saturday morning when she left the Marine base where she lives with her corporal husband to drive to Joshua Tree National Park.
Michael Beasley lives on Bagdad Highway, near the location where a Twentynine Palms Water District employee spotted Corwin’s abandoned, blue Toyota Corolla on Monday, June 30.
Michael Beasley tells San Diego, California, TV station CBS 8 that on the morning of Saturday, June 28, after Corwin left her at home in Twentynine Palms, reportedly for a solo day trip to Joshua Tree National Park, he saw her meet a man, exit and lock her blue Toyota, and then climb into the man’s red sedan.
“They were just sitting and chatting,” said Beasley. “If she wanted to get out of the car and say, ‘I don’t want to be in this car,’ she could have.”
The pair then drove off together in the man’s vehicle, he said.
If anyone has any information on Corwin’s whereabouts, please call the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Specialized Investigations Division-Homicide Detail at 909-387-3589. Callers who wish to remain anonymous should contact the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-27463 (1-800-78-CRIME).
Daily Commentary – Thursday, May 29, 2014 – Social Media Instrumental in Finding Abducted Quebec Infant
- When newborn Victoria McMahon was abducted from a Quebec hospital, the Amber Alert was shared on Facebook. Locals reading Facebook helped find the abductor and Victoria who was unharmed! Victoria’s parents are very thankful for social media!
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18 year old Aidan Norvez has been missing since Thursday, May 15, 2014 in Queens, NY. The Brooklyn Tech senior went to Central Park with friends after taking an exam and then told them he was taking a subway home to Queens. Aidan Norvez was last seen at about 4 p.m. on the ‘Q’ train, in the vicinity of Central Park. Norvez never made it home and hasn’t been seen since. He was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, a navy blue shirt, dark brown jeans and gray sneakers. He is also Type 1 diabetic who depends on insulin.
Facebook: Find Aidan Norvez.
Aidan Norvez, 18, is a Type 1 diabetic who depends on insulin.
His family says the Brooklyn Tech senior went to Central Park with friends after taking an exam.
He told them he was taking a subway home to Queens, but hasn’t been seen since.
His parents say he was not wearing his medical alert bracelet at the time.
Norvez is 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, a navy blue shirt, dark brown jeans and gray sneakers.
If anyone has seen or has any with information regarding the missing Queens teen, please contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit www.nypdcrimestoppers.com.
I am happy to report Aidan has been found. He is safe and in good health. I would like to thank the thousands of people who have participated in the search, the posting of the flyers, the sharing on FB, and phone calls to the NYPD on the family’s behalf. I am truly amazed by the concern of total strangers across the city and across the country. There were periods when I doubted the outcome would be positive. With each passing day, as I witnessed the efforts of friends and complete strangers, my hope was restored.
Thank you all who participated!*
Body Found in South River Confirmed to be that of Missing Teen Danielle Locklear, Ex-Boyfriend Je’Michael Malloy Confesses to Killing Her … Charged With Second-Degree Murder.
The female body found last week in the South River is that of missing 15 year old Danielle Locklear, who had been missing since March 11, 2014 in Hope Mills, North Carolina. According to the police, Danielle Locklear’s ex-boyfriend, Je’Michael Malloy, has confessed to killing the teen and dumping her body in the South River. 17 year old Je’Michael Malloy has been charged with second-degree murder. According to Sheriff Earl Butler and Chief Joel Acciardo, Malloy and Locklear got into an argument on March 11 that turned violent and Malloy choked Locklear to death and stuffed a sock in her mouth.
Investigators said Malloy and Locklear got into an argument on March 11, which is the night she was last seen leaving her grandfather’s home in the Fox Meadow subdivision. They said the conversation turned violent and Malloy choked Locklear to death and stuffed a sock in her mouth.
Malloy and a friend, 18-year-old Dominic Lock, then allegedly tossed her body over a bridge on the Cumberland/Sampson County line. Locklear’s remains were found with cinder blocks with tied to her body.
Right now, the body, which was found April 3 by an off-duty deputy, has not been positively identified. However, based on conversations and Malloy’s confession, police said they know it’s her.
Je’Michael Malloy – pic from Facebook
Sheriff Earl “Moose” Butler and Chief Joel Acciardo called an emergency press conference to announce Je’Michael Malloy’s arrest as well as confirm that a body recovered April 3 from the South River was Locklear’s.
Acciardo said Malloy, 17, killed the 15-year-old South View High School student the night of March 11. Earlier that night she left home after telling her grandfather she was walking to a friend’s house about a block away. That was the last time her family saw her.
Deputies arrested Malloy Tuesday evening. A second suspect, Dominic Lock, 18, was also arrested and charged with conspiracy in Locklear’s death.
Acciardo said the night of March 11 Locklear actually walked to meet Malloy just outside her neighborhood. He said investigators learned that Locklear and Malloy got into an argument that night. Malloy told investigators the argument turned violent and he choked Locklear to death and stuffed a sock in her mouth.
He said he and Lock then tied cinder blocks to her body and tossed her into the South River just south of Autryville. Malloy lives nearby on Highway 210. Law enforcement officers searched his home on Friday. They also searched Lock’s home near Deep Creek Road in Fayetteville on Friday.
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29 Year Old Columbia University College of Dental Medicine Student Jiwon Lee Missing Since 4/1/14 in NYC (Update: Body Found in Hudson River ID’s as Jiwon Lee)
29 year old Columbia University, College of Dental Medicine student Jiwon Lee has been missing since Wednesday, April 1, 2014 in New York City, NY. Lee was last seen near her residence at 220 West 98th St. at 8:30 pm. According to Christiana Simon, a close friend of Lee, the police tracked her last cell phone ping to a cell tower on 179th Street.
Jiwon Lee, a College of Dental Medicine student, was reported missing Wednesday night, said police.
Lee is described by the police report as a 29-year-old female, 5-foot-2, 120-pounds, with black hair and black eyes. According to the police report, she was last seen near her residence at 220 West 98th St. at 8:30 p.m. on April 1.
A New York Police Department spokesperson confirmed over the phone Friday night that police are still looking for Lee.
Anyone with information in regards to this missing person is asked to call Crime stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.
The body of a woman found in the Hudson River has been identified as that of missing Columbia University student Jiwon Lee, cops said Sunday.
23 Year Old Courtney Cash, Great Nice of Legendary Country Singer Johnny Cash, Stabbed to Death in Tennessee … Wayne Masciarella Arrested & Charged With First Degree Murder
Great Niece of Johnny Cash stabbed to Death …
23 year old Courtney Cash, the great niece of the late legendary country singer Johnny Cash, has been stabbed to death at her home in Baxter, Tennessee. Courtney Cash was found stabbed to death and stuffed inside a large wooden box in her home on 8129 Rice Road on Wednesday morning. The man who lived with her, identified as William Austin Johnson, was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with multiple stab wounds. Johnson was able to get out of the home with the couple’s young daughter and drive himself to a hospital in White County. The child was not hurt.
Andrews said the pair had gone out with a friend before an altercation took place in the house where Johnson and Cash lived with their young child. The friend, identified as Wayne Gary Masciarella, has been charged with first-degree murder.
Johnson escaped the attack and took the child with him before driving to the hospital, Andrews said. The scene inside the house was “somewhat bloody,” Andrews told reporters at a news conference.
“There was a struggle,” the sheriff said.
Wayne Masciarella of Cape May, NJ was arrested in Cookeville, TN and charged with first degree murder. Masciarella was booked and held without bond into the Putnam County Jail. He will have a preliminary hearing on April 21. Masciarella has been previously arrested more than 20 times in Putnam County. According to News Channel 5, Masciarella’s rap sheet includes charges for aggravated assault, possession and public intoxication.
A 27-year-old man has been charged with fatally stabbing the great niece of legendary country entertainer Johnny Cash.
Wayne Masciarella of Cape May, N.J. was charged with first-degree murder in the Wednesday death of 23-year-old Courtney Cash. He was also accused of stabbing her boyfriend, William Austin Johnson.
Putnam County Sheriff David Andrews said Masciarella had gotten into a dispute with Johnson and Cash at their Baxter home before he allegedly stabbed them both and fled. The three were believed to be friends, the sheriff said.
Tommy Cash, the brother of Johnny Cash and the grandfather of Courtney, issued a statement on the tragic event:
“We ask for your prayers for the Cash family at this time. Courtney and her boyfriend are beloved members of my family and like you we have a lot of questions and emotions that we are beginning to sort through today. We ask you to respect our privacy and appreciate all the support that the public and media has always offered me and my family, as we handle the loss of our grand-daughter. We are completely heartbroken.”
UPDATE I: According to local Sheriff David Andrews, the crime could have been a direct or indirect result of drugs.
Sheriff Andrews said he can’t comment on the murder weapon or a possible motive in the case, but he said it could be drug-related.
“This was a senseless, tragic death of a young lady whose life was probably taken as a direct or indirect result of drugs, and that’s just the world we live in. It’s just unfortunate that our people in our society lean so heavily on drugs to get through life,” Andrews said.