28 Year Old Heather Bogle Missing Since 4/8/15 in Clyde, OH (Update: Found Deceased in Trunk of Car, Investigated at Homicide)
28 year old Heather Bogle has been missing since Thursday morning, April 8, 2015 in Clyde, Ohio. According to Detective Capt. Zachary Zender, of the Sandusky County Sheriff’s Office, Heather Bogle was last seen when she left work when she clocked out at Whirlpool in Clyde at 6:17 a.m. Thursday. Bogle was reported missing after she failed to pick up her daughter from school Thursday afternoon. Capt. Zender stated that the only clue after Bogle vanished was a ping on her cell phone in Green Springs.
Ms. Bogle is 5 feet, 7 inches tall, weighs about 130 pounds, with brown eyes and brown-blond hair. When she was last seen, she wore a neon yellow shirt, blue jeans, and black Nike Air Max shoes with pink on the sides, according to the sheriff’s office.
She drives a dark green, four-door 2003 Oldsmobile Alero, with tinted windows and a tribal decal across the back window. The car’s right front fender is burgundy and the front bumper is blue.
UPDATE I: Missing woman found dead.
A woman who went missing Thursday in the Clyde area has been found dead, according to a post at NBC 24.
The body of Heather Bogle, 28, was found in the trunk of her 2003 Oldsmobile Alero.
The Sandusky County Sheriff’s Office found the vehicle parked in the parking lot of the Somerton Apartments complex on Hickory Street in Clyde. (MAP)
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation has been called to assist, and the investigation will be conducted as a homicide.
The Lucas County Coroner’s Office will perform an autopsy.
Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 419-334-6434.
Remains Found Near the Virginia-North Carolina Border in Search for Virginia College Student Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell, Missing Since 3/2/15 (Update: Remains Positively Identified)
Grim news in the search for missing Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell …
As reported at Fox News 7, remains have been found by authorities in the search for missing 18 year old Longwood University student Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell. Human remains were found beside an abandoned house in the high grass near the border with North Carolina while searching the property south of Franklin, about 50 miles west of the Hardell’s home in Norfolk, Virginia. The remains have yet to be positively ID’s and have been sent to medical examiners office. Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell went missing March 2, 2015 while at her parents’ home in Norfolk’s Tarrallton neighborhood.
Authorities searching for a missing Virginia college student said Thursday that they had found human remains beside an abandoned house near the border with North Carolina.
Norfolk Police spokeswoman Cpl. Melinda Wray told the Virginian-Pilot newspaper that investigators have not confirmed that the remains are those of 18-year-old Anjelica Hadsell, who has been missing since March 2. The paper reported that family and friends had gathered at Hadsell’s family home in Norfolk to await news from police, and a patrol car was parked outside.
Neighbors told the paper that police began searching the property south of Franklin, about 50 miles west of Norfolk, Wednesday evening, then returned Thursday morning. The remains were found in an area of waist-high grass beside the house. In the afternoon, the paper reported that investigators focused their search on a wooded area behind the house.
Neighbors said police began searching the property Wednesday, left and returned Thursday morning.
Officer Sam Shenouda, a department spokesman, said police began searching the area about 8 a.m. Thursday.
The remains were found about 10 a.m.
Police marked off the area in the morning with police tape. By the afternoon, investigators seemed to be focusing most of their attention on a heavily wooded area behind the small house.
“We’ll be out here for a couple days,” Shenouda said. “The property is overgrown, mostly wooded. They’re literally going to be combing through every inch of this property searching for evidence.”
The Longwood University community is closely following news reports out of Tidewater concerning the search for our missing student, Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell. As we await further news, our thoughts and prayers remain with AJ’s family at this difficult time.
The search for missing Virginia college student Anjelica Hadsell has reached a grim end.
Human remains found behind an abandoned home have been identified as the Longwood University freshman who had been missing since last month, police announced Friday.
The tragic news comes one day after a search by authorities in waist-high grass near the North Carolina border recovered the remains. They were more than 50 miles away from where Hadsell was last seen on March 2.
In a statement the Norfolk Police Department expressed their “deepest sympathies” to the Hadsell family while thanking the federal, state and local agencies who assisted in the investigation.
UPDATE II: Bring AJ Home Statement:
This will be our only statement for the remainder of the day and will not be answering any questions.
On behalf of the Hadsell family we would like to first thank the Norfolk PD, Search and Rescue, donators, businesses, individuals and media that have helped with the search for Anjelica Hadsell. It has not been confirmed with the coroners office that it is in fact AJ. We ask that the media and public continue to respect the family in this time of adversity. Your thoughts and prayers for the Hadsell family are needed and appreciated.
We continue to ask that if you have any information regarding this case no matter how small it may be that you contact the local authorities.
A go fund me page has been created in regards to this case to help with the search and expenses which can found on the Bring AJ Home Facebook page. Any remaining donations at the conclusion will be donated on Anjelica’s behalf to an organization regarding missing persons once it is decided.
For more updates, read others comments and opinions and to provide your own, go to Scared Monkeys Missing Persons Forum: Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell.
2 Year Old Leroy Toppins Missing Since 4/3/15 in Washington Court House, OH (Update: Boy Found Dead in a Pond Near his Home)
2 year old Leroy Toppins has been missing since 7 PM Friday, April 3, 2015 in Washington Court House, Ohio. According to investigators, Leroy Toppins was playing in the yard with his siblings before he was reported missing.
According to 10TV, multiple law enforcement departments have been searching for 2-year-old Leroy Toppins since he was reported missing around 7 p.m. Friday on Ohio 41 in Washington Court House.
Leroy was last seen wearing a navy blue sweatshirt with a teddy bear design, jeans and camouflage boots. He is about 2 feet 3 inches tall with blonde hair and blue eyes.
The area is near the Sugar Creek Stone Quarry and crews are searching that area as well as the nearby woods. A dive team and searchers on boats searched the nearby waters but have not found the boy.
Searchers are also using a drone to try and locate Toppins.
“It is an old abandoned quarry. It has been abandoned for several years,” said Concord Greene Fire Chief Ralph Stegbauer. “Even the creek lines where the volunteers are working are very steep. A lot of brush, a lot of trees and of course this time of year the water is up high, so we have a lot of things in the water.”
The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office reports Toppins’ family last saw him playing outside their house. He was last seen wearing a navy blue sweatshirt with a teddy bear design on the front, blue jeans and camouflage work boots.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office at 740-335-6170.
Terrible news to report in the case of missing 2 year old LeRoy Toppins. Police said a missing 2-year-old was found dead in a pond near his house in Fayette County.
Police Say that Surveillance Video Shows Missing University of Minnesota Jennifer Houle Going into the Mississippi River, Presumed Dead (Update: Body Found in Water)(Update: Confirmed, Body ID’d as Jennifer Houle)
Terrible news in the search for missing Jennifer Houle …
Police are saying that surveillance video captured 22 year old Jennifer Houle, a Carlson School of Management student and Pi Beta Phi sorority member, going into the Mississippi River from the 10th Avenue Bridge. Jennifer Houle has been missing since early Friday morning, March 27, 2015. She was last seen at the Blarney Pub in the Dinkytown are of Minneapolis between 1 and 2 AM. Authorities have not said whether she jumped or tumbled into the frigid waters of the Mississippi from the bridge; however, it is presumed that she is deceased. Authorities have begun a a water recovery effort in the river.
Jennifer Houle, the University of Minnesota student missing since early Friday, was caught on surveillance video going into the Mississippi River from the 10th Avenue Bridge, Minneapolis police said Monday.
Police would not say how she entered the water. Her body hasn’t been found, but police are acting under the belief she is deceased, Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder said. No suspects are being sought.
The video evidence was located Sunday night, police said.
The department will enlist the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office for a “water recovery effort” in the river.
A University of Minnesota sorority member missing since early Friday is presumed dead after video evidence showed her plunging into the Mississippi River from a bridge a short walk from the Minneapolis Irish pub where friends last saw her alive, police said.
But authorities have not said whether she jumped or tumbled into the frigid waters of the Mississippi from the 10th Ave. Bridge, just a 15 minute walk from where Houle was last seen.
The bridge soars 110 feet over the river.
Hennepin County officials recovered the body of a woman from the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, near where University of Minnesota student Jennifer Houle went into the water several days ago.
Water patrol found the body near the 10th Avenue bridge around 7 p.m. Wednesday, officials said.
Authorities have confirmed that a body recovered from the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis is that of a missing University of Minnesota student.
The Hennepin County medical examiner’s office said Thursday that Jennifer Houle drowned. How the 22-year-old from Lake Elmo died is still under investigation.
5 Year Old Noah Thomas Missing Since 3/22/15 in Dublin, VA Found Found Dead in a Septic Tank Near His Home
The sad ending to the case of missing Noah Thomas …
The body of missing 5 year old Noah Thomas has been found in a septic tank near the families home in Dublin, Virginia. Thomas’ body was found shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday near his family’s Highland Road home. Noah Thomas has been missing since Sunday, March 22, 2015. The child’s body has been transported to the Office of the Medical Examiner in Roanoke for an autopsy. According to reports, the Sheriff’s Office said Noah’s parents are fully cooperating with the investigation and no one was in custody and the cause of death has not been determined.
Authorities say the body of a 5-year-old Virginia boy who had been missing since Sunday has been found in a septic tank near his home.
Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis announced the discovery Thursday during a brief news conference.,
Noah Thomas was last seen by his mother on Sunday morning at the family’s home in Dublin. Several hundred law enforcement officers and volunteers had been searching for him since then..
Police had received more than 100 tips from around the country.
UPDATE I: News conference scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday – Assistant County Administrator Anthony Akers is scheduled to read a statement by the Pulaski County sheriff at 10 a.m. on Friday. Media questions will not be allowed.
“We are very saddened to announce that we have recovered the body of Noah Thomas shortly after 1 p.m. today. He was found at a location near his home. His body was discovered in a septic tank during a more detailed and aggressive search,” sheriff Davis said during a brief news conference. “The recovery of the body is now part of our investigation, and ongoing.”
Body of 17 Year Old Alexis Marie Garcia Missing Since 3/1/15 Found in Blount County, AL (Samantha Wright & Shannon Yager Charged with Murder)
The body of 17 year old Alexis Marie Garcia was found Thursday in Blount County, Alabama. Her body was located in a wooded area off Tucker Mountain Road in Remlap. According to reports, she was found face down and partially nude with no pants, underwear, socks or shoes. Garcia was reported missing March 5, 2015 by her mother; however, she was last seen on March 1. Garcia was the victim of a brutal beating death at the hands of one of her best friends and her friend’s 39 year old boyfriend. 18 year old Samantha Wright of Helena and 39 year old Shannon Yager of Locust Fork have been charged with capital murder in the course of a robbery and kidnapping.
Alexis Marie Garcia
The body of a 17-year-old missing Birmingham girl was found in Blount County Thursday, face down and partially nude in an area off of Tucker Mountain Road in Remlap.
Alexis Marie Garcia was last seen March 1 and reported missing by her mother several days later. Now, authorities say, Garcia was the victim of a brutal beating death at the hands of one of her best friends and her friend’s 39-year-old boyfriend.
Samantha Wright, 18, of Helena, and Shannon Yager of Locust Fork, are charged with capital murder, Blount County District Attorney Pamela Casey announced this morning. The capital charge stems from Garcia being killed in the course of a robbery and kidnapping.
Samantha Wright & Shannon Yager
According to court documents, on March 9, Blount County Sheriff’s Office investigator Scott Kanaday received a call from Wright’s father, saying she had called him and said she woke up in a room and was covered in blood. Wright told her father she didn’t know where she was because she had blacked out.
Wright told her father that she, Yager and Garcia had been walking through the woods and she believed something bad had happened to Garcia, and that she no longer knew her or Yager’s whereabouts.
On March 15, Deputy Mark Moon went to a Locust Fork home and again was told that two juveniles had information about Garcia’s disappearance. Garcia’s mother had told sheriff’s investigators there were some juveniles in Blount County with information about the case, according to court documents.
Court documents show that a 14-year-old and 13-year-old told Moon that Wright told them she had done something she was possibly going to regret — that she had possibly killed someone. Wright told them Garcia had gotten naked in the back of her car and was making advances toward Yager. Wright said she got mad and beat Garcia unconscious, court documents show.
During the interview with investigators, Wright admitted that she was wearing Garcia’s jeans and shoes.
Garcia’s body was discovered Thursday off Tucker Mountain Road. The affidavit states she was face down, and her body was partially nude with no pants, underwear, socks or shoes.
Body Found in the Passaic River Identified as Missing ‘Wall Street Journal’ Reporter David Bird, Missing Since 1/10/14
Morris County, New Jersey Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp and Long Hill Township Police Chief Michael Mazzeo made the announcement just after 2 p.m. Thursday, March 19 that the body found in the Passaic River was positively identified as a Wall Street Journal reporter, David Bird. On Wednesday two men were canoeing in the river when they came across a red jacket that Bird was wearing when he disappeared located near branches. The two men notified Bernards Township Police Department. David Bird, 55, has been missing since January 10, 2014 in Millington, NJ in Long Hill Township.
A body found in a New Jersey river has been positively identified as that of David Bird, a Wall Street Journal reporter who disappeared more than a year ago, officials said yesterday.
Dental records were used to identify Bird, 55, an energy-markets reporter who had been missing since taking a walk from his home by the Passaic River in Long Hill Township, N.J., on Jan. 11, 2014, the Morris County prosecutor’s office said in a statement.
Two men canoeing on the river on Wednesday found the red jacket Bird was wearing when he disappeared. The boaters immediately contacted police, who later found human remains and sought to identify them, the prosecutor said.
“At this time, the medical examiner’s investigation into the cause and manner of death is ongoing,” the prosecutor said.
Wall Street Journal – Body of Missing Journal Reporter Found in New Jersey.
Mr. Bird, who had worked for Dow Jones & Co., publisher of the Journal, for more than two decades, was instrumental in the expansion of energy markets reporting in the 1990s, leading its coverage of OPEC and energy markets and building a team regarded as among the best in business. He eventually became the deputy managing editor of the Dow Jones Energy Service.
“David Bird was a long-standing and valued member of the Dow Jones newsroom, and we are deeply saddened to learn today of his death,” said Gerard Baker, editor in chief of the Journal. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.”
51 year old Lisa Hayden-Gordon has been missing since attending a January 24, 2015 concert at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Lisa Hayden-Gordon vanished after using the restroom at the nearby Poorhouse bar. However, on Friday, a submerged vehicle that belongs to the missing woman was found with a body inside in the New River near a Fort Lauderdale marina. Volunteers searching the waterway near Cooley’s Landing Marina with sonar equipment detected the blue 2003 Hyundai Elantra underwater Friday morning and alerted police. The authorities are not confirming the identity of the individual yet found inside the vehicle; however, the vehicle is that of missing Lisa Hayden-Gordon.
A submerged vehicle that belongs to a woman who went missing last month was found with a body inside in the New River near a Fort Lauderdale marina, police said Friday.
Police divers in the water near Cooley’s Landing Marina, along the 400 block of Southwest Seventh Avenue, confirmed that it was Lisa Hayden-Gordon’s car.
The 51-year-old piano instructor, lovingly known as “Miss Noodles,” went missing Jan. 24, police said.
Police confirmed there was a body inside the vehicle but have not identified the person. According to Detective Tracy Figone, volunteers searching the waterway with sonar equipment detected the blue 2003 Hyundai Elantra underwater Friday morning and alerted police.
“At this time, we are not confirming who that person is that’s deceased,” Figone said. “It’s an undetermined death at this point.”
Police Release Photos of Missing Apryl Foster from Night she Disappeared … Missing Since 2/12/15 in Ybor City, FL (Update: Apryl Foster’s Car Found in Brandon Lake; Female Inside)
The Tampa police have released new pics taken the night that 33 year old Apryl Foster disappeared in Ybor City, FL. Video was found showing Apryl’s red 2009 Chevrolet Aveo traveling east on Seventh Avenue from 18th Street. However, the police were unable to determine who was driving the vehicle. Apryl Foster went missing on 2/12/15, she was last seen round 2:30 a.m. on Thursday in Ybor City, at the Bad Monkey and Double Decker Bars.
Pictures of Apryl Foster from the night she disappeared, pic 1
Police have released new details in the case of a missing Brandon woman, along with photos taken the night she disappeared.
During a press conference Thursday, one week after 33-year-old Apryl Foster vanished, Tampa Deputy Police Chief Brian Dugan detailed the extent of the ongoing search and stressed that detectives have no plans to slow things down.
“We will keep searching,” he urged. “No stone will be left unturned.”
Foster was last seen around 2:30 a.m. on Thursday, February 12. Investigators say she’d been in Ybor City, specifically at the Bad Monkey and Double Decker Bars, after she’d left work at Ulele around 11 p.m.
The pictures from a week ago in Ybor City show Foster holding unidentified objects in her hands and a pocketbook slung over a shoulder.
“It doesn’t look like she was under any distress or anything, she was walking to her car,” said friend Patrick Hanney, a co-worker of Apryl’s at Ulele.
Tampa Police Department Press Conference Updating on Investigation
VIDEO – ABC News
The car of Apryl Foster, the Brandon woman who vanished Feb. 12, was found submerged in a lake Sunday afternoon, police said.
A female was found inside the car, but Tampa police haven’t identified the woman.
According to Tampa police, the clothing of the victim matches what Foster, 33, was wearing when she disappeared.
The medical examiner will identify the victim found in the car. The car was found in a small lake near Open Field Loop and Rain Dance Place, not far from Foster’s home, police said.
21 Year Old Henderson State Nursing Student Callie Morris Missing Since 1/29/15 Traveling from Hot Springs, AR to McAlester, OK (Update: Body of missing Nursing Student Callie Morris Found in Vehicle submerged in a Latimer County Creek)
21 year old Henderson State Nursing Student Callie Morris has been missing since Thursday, January 29, 2015. Authorities say that she was last heard from on Thursday when she was leaving Hot Springs, AR en route to McAlester, OK. Callie Morris may be traveling in a 2004 tan Ford Explorer with Oklahoma License 908HTG and she usually takes the route through Mena, Arkansas. The LeFlore County Sheriff’s Office has issued a missing person’s request after a nursing student failed to make it home to McAlester.
Authorities are looking for missing Henderson State nursing student Callie Morris.
Officials say Morris was last heard from on Thursday when she was leaving Hot Springs, AR en route to McAlester, OK.
Morris drives a 2004 Tan Ford Explorer with an Oklahoma license plate 908 HTG.
Her last cell phone ping was around Whitesboro/Muse, Oklahoma.
According to Rutledge, the Civil Air Patrol received new information that will take the focus to Big Cedar on Sunday morning.
Civil Air Patrol announced Saturday that they were able to determine using cell phone forensics at 6:37 p.m. Thursday, Morris had made her trip from Hot Springs, Ark. to just west of the Oklahoma state line. According to officials, the ping was near the area of Big Cedar in Oklahoma.
The LeFlore County Sheriff’s department, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, and the Civil Air Patrol have been searching the area.
Facebook: Please Pray for Callie.
UPDATE III: Body of missing nursing student Callie Morris found.
The body of a missing nursing student was found in her vehicle submerged in a Latimer County creek, according to the LeFlore County Sheriff’s Department.
The following is from a news release posted on the LeFlore County Sheriff’s Department website:
Press Release 02-01-2015
The vehicle and missing 21 year old Callie Morris has been found today in a Latimer County Creek. The vehicle was found overturned and partly submerged in water with the body of the missing women inside. Oklahoma Highway Patrol will be handling the investigation.
Sunday morning police said they found a woman’s body inside a truck in Oklahoma.
The body is believed to be that of missing Henderson University student Callie Morris.
Investigators said the truck was under a bridge in Buffalo Valley near Hwy 63. Police said they believe the body is Morris, but the coroner is heading to the scene for confirmation.
Police said the body was found inside the vehicle with the seat belt still intact.
If you have any information on where Callie Morris is call the Leflore County Sheriff’s Office at (918) 647-3426 or your local police department