5 Year Old Fiona “Kitty” Grace Carroll Missing Since 4/22/15 in Kemah, TX (Update: Found Deceased Under a Dock at the Kemah Marina)
5 year old Fiona Grace Carroll has been missing since Wednesday, April 22, 2015 in Kemah, Texas. U.S. Coast Guard said the missing girl’s father called police about 5 PM and told them that his 5-year-old daughter Fiona Grace Carroll, known as Kitty, had disappeared near the edge of the pier. Kemah, Nassau Bay and Seabrook police and the U.S. Coast Guard are assisting with the search.
Authorities are searching for a young girl in the water near the Kemah Boardwalk after her father reported her missing on Wednesday, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
The U.S. Coast Guard said the father called police about 5 p.m. and told them that his 5-year-old daughter Fiona Grace Carroll — known as Kitty — had disappeared near the edge of the pier.
The Kemah Police Department held a press conference early Thursday morning on the details of the continued search for Kitty. The girl is described as having blonde, shoulder-length hair and wearing a red-and-white shirt.
There is sad news to report in the case of missing 5 year old Fiona “Kitty” Grace Carroll. She was found under o dock at the Kemah marina by Texas Equusearch volunteers. Fiona Carroll had just celebrated her fifth birthday Tuesday.
The search for a 5-year-old girl at a Kemah marina came to a tragic end early Thursday morning, Texas Equusearch said.
A searcher found the girl’s body under a dock not far from her dad’s boat, Equusearch confirmed with KHOU 11 News.
Earlier in the morning, the Kemah Police Department identified the girl as Fiona “Kitty” Caroll.
More than 100 members of law enforcement joined the search. A Galveston County dive team, the Kemah Fire Department, the Seabrook Police Department and the U.S. Coast Guard assisted in the search, and Texas Equusearch also brought in its sonar equipment to help.
13 year old Katherine Vance ha been missing since Saturday, April 18, 2015 in Pomona, California. As per the Pomona Police Department, Katherine Vance was originally reported missing on April 5, however, she was located the next day with her 17-year-old boyfriend. It appears this time she has run away again from her residence at the 1300 block of East Kingsley. She has not been seen nor heard from since. According to the police, Katherine Vance has no health or mental issues, and is believed to be in good health.
According to the Pomona Police Department, Katherine Vance was originally reported missing on April 5, however, she was located the next day with her 17-year-old boyfriend.
On Saturday, Vance ran away from the 1300 block of East Kingsley, and has not been located since.
Detectives described her as a Caucasian girl who stands 5-foot-2 tall, weighs 135 pounds, and has black hair and brown eyes.
The search for a missing 13-year-old girl in Pomona has intensified.
Pomona police have asked for assistance from the National Center For Missing and Exploited Children.
KCAL9’s Crystal Cruz reports Katherine Vance’s family is grateful for all the help it can get.
Vance, known as Kitty to friends and family, has been missing for six days.
Her mom, Sylvia Escobar, suspects her daughter’s friends might me keeping her away from home.
Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is urged to contact the Pomona Police Department at (909) 622-1241 and refer to case number 15-41648. Or information can be provided anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477).
16 year old Olivia Freas has been missing since Monday, April 20, 2015 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Warren County sheriff office said they received a call Monday morning that 16-year-old Olivia Freas went missing from 1710 Greathouse Road. Authorities believe she may be in danger. Olivia Freas is described as a white female, 5’5″ tall, 120 pounds with collar-length auburn-colored hair and she was last seen wearing a black hoodie and black combat boots.
Deputies say 16-year-old Olivia Freas of Bowling Green was reported missing on Monday morning.
Freas was last seen wearing a black hoodie-style sweatshirt and black combat-style boots. She is a student at Greenwood High School.
Police say information they’ve received during the investigation leads them to believe Freas could be in danger, but they won’t elaborate.
UPDATE I: Missing Teen Olivia Freas Located.
20 Year Old University of Colorado Student Berry Tyler Allen Missing Since 4/14/15 in Boulder, CO (Update: Found Safe)
20 year old Berry Tyler Allen, a University of Colorado student, has been missing since April 14, 2015 in Boulder, Colorado. Tyler was reported missing by his parents on Saturday; however, he has not been seen on Thursday, April 11 and last heard from on April 16 when he sent a text message to his friends, according to Boulder police spokeswoman Kim Kobel.
Berry Tyler Allen was reported missing by his parents Saturday. He was last seen April 11 and texted with friends Thursday. He has not been seen or heard from since. He doesn’t own a vehicle or a bicycle.
Allen is described as a 140-pound white man with blond hair and blue eyes.
Allen goes by “Tyler,” and was last heard from on Thursday, April 16, at 1:57 p.m. in a text message to one of his roommates: “Oh, I’m alright, spent one night with a friend and one all nighter at [Norlin] library.” That text explained his whereabouts on Tuesday and Wednesday, and was traced by Allen’s phone service provider to the area around Folsom Field on the CU campus. He was last seen by roommates on Tuesday the 14th, according to his parents.
Allen’s parents, Berry and Sheryl Allen, said that he swiped his Buff Onecard into Macky Auditorium’s main entrance on Sunday, April 12th, but did not get in; he does not have access to the building on his card. Allen is in CU’s University Choir and has a class in Mackey. He attended choir practice on the night of April 13, according to his parents.
Allen is a communications major who transferred to CU in January from Clemson University in South Carolina. He is a second-year student and lives off campus.
Correction: The trail search is meeting tomorrow at 9:30 at the base of the chitaqua trail not 8:30 as previously posted. Thank you all so much for your concern and hope you can join in. We all pray that Tyler will be found safe and well. ?#?FindTylerNow?
UPDATE II: Search continues for missing CU student.
“We got a phone call last Saturday from his roommates that he hasn’t been seen in quite a while,” Sheryl Allen said. “It’s a call no parent wants to hear. It’s a call no one wants to ever receive.”
“He took his guitar, his laptop and a backpack. That is all that is missing from his room, no clothes,” she said. “We’re concerned. He meant to go somewhere temporarily and something happened.”
The Allens have been putting flyers up on buildings around campus. They are following his class schedule and talking to his classmates. They have created a Facebook page called “Find Tyler Now.”
Kim Kobel is the spokesperson for the Boulder Police Department. She says that detectives are working every possibility, but they do need more leads.
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On Wednesday, there will be an organized search focusing on a popular hiking trail at Chautauqua park.
The Allens flew in from Chicago on Monday, six days after their son was last seen.
Allen attended a choir class April 14 but hasn’t been seen since. On Thursday, he texted his roommates to tell them he had stayed at a friends place and pulled an all-nighter at the library. That was the last anyone heard from Allen. But while canvasing Tuesday, the Allens got their first potential break.
Boulder police ask anyone with information on Allen’s whereabouts to contact Detective Sarah Cantu at 303-441-4328. Those who have information but wish to remain anonymous may contact the Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or 1-800-444-3776.
UPDATE IV: Berry Tyler Allen Found Safe.
A CU Boulder student who was reported missing over a week ago has been found and is safe, according to reports from his family.
Allen’s family told FOX31 Denver sister station WGN that the 20-year-old had been found on Sunday morning. A Facebook post to the page of a group dedicated to searching for Allen echoed the good news.
Missing Since 3/30/15 … 51 Year Old Iona Costello & Her 14 Year Old Daughter Emily Costello Found Safe in New York City (Update: Bizarre, Hiding Because She’s Afraid Her Ex-con Stepson)
OK, THIS ONE SOUNDS A BIT BIZARRE …
51 year old Iona Costello and her 14 year old daughter Emily Costello who had been missing since March 30, 2015 after they had traveled from Greenport, Long Island to NYC to attend some shows and museums have been found safe. The Long Island mother and her daughter had been missing for 3 weeks, including the 14 year old not showing up from school and the prestigious and pricey Ross School in Southampton, LI. Iona Costello and Emily were found safe and unharmed inside an Upper West Side hotel. According to reports, someone at the hotel spotted the Costellos and tipped off police. A statement from Southold police said “no further investigation” was needed. Hmm, something might be needed because this is far from normal behavior.
A Long Island mother and daughter missing since March 30 have been found safe in New York City’s Upper West Side neighborhood, authorities told ABC News.
Iona Costello and her 14-year-old daughter Emily went missing after leaving Greenport, Long Island, for a trip to New York City.
Family members said the mother and daughter were supposed to spend a week in Manhattan, watching some shows in the theater district. The mother and daughter were recognized Sunday by a front desk manager at the hotel where they were staying, authorities said.
Well this is bizarre … I figured some how this missing person case was a result of the on-going fight over the will of Iona Costello’s deceased husband.
The Long Island mom who sparked a scare when she disappeared with her daughter in Manhattan is still in hiding because she’s afraid her ex-con stepson will come after her, sources told The Post on Thursday.
Iona Costello, 51, won’t return to her Southold farm out of fear of stepson George Costello Jr., who along with his siblings is fighting her for their late father’s fortune, sources said.
“Until she feels safe, she doesn’t want her or her daughter to come back,” said a close relative of Costello’s who spoke to the frightened mom Thursday. “She said, ‘I’m not looking over my shoulder all the time.’ It’s an awful situation.”
George Costello Jr. did time for felony fraud in 2013 and is now in jail in Florida for contempt of court after a fight with his fiancée.
But his stepmom, who has a restraining order against him, knows it’s only a matter of time before he gets out, relatives said.
74 Year Old Lynn Crink Missing Since 4/17/15 in Edgecomb, ME (Update: Found Deceased in Sheepscot River)
74 year old Lynn Crink has been missing since Friday, April 17, 2015 in Edgecomb, Maine. According to authorities, Lynn Crink went missing at 4:30 PM Friday, April 17, when she left home at 30 Quarry Farm Road (MAP) on foot. However, when she didn’t return, her husband reported her missing on Saturday at 1:23 PM. Lynn Crink as a white female, 5 feet, seven inches, 193 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Aiding the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office in the search is the Maine Warden’s Service, Maine Marine Patrol, Maine State Police and Lincoln County Search and Rescue.
Missing – Lynn Crink
Authorities would like to hear from anyone with information on the whereabouts of an Edgecomb woman whose husband reported her missing Saturday, April 18, according to a press release Sunday afternoon from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. Lynn Crink, 74, of 30 Quarry Farm Road has been the focus of a weekend search.
Crink went missing at 4;30 p.m. Friday, April 17, when she left home on foot, the release states. “When she didn’t return, her husband reported her missing on Saturday at 1:23pm.,” the release continues.
The Maine Marine Patrol searched for a second day Sunday by boat, and also by air, Marine Patrol Sergeant Tom Hale said. Marine Patrol crews were in two boats Sunday morning, one boat traveling one shoreline of the Sheepscot River, the other traveling the other side, Hale said. The Marine Patrol’s search ended Sunday afternoon, with no plans to return unless or until new information is received, Hale said at about 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
Beginning at about 4 p.m. Saturday, three officers searched by boat for about three hours, including during low tide, upstream and downstream of the home, Hale said.
UPDATE I: Search Continues for Missing Lynn Crink.
On Saturday, Maine Marine Patrol officers Matthew Merriman, DeniAnne Kilgore and Joel Tourtelotte, under the supervision of Sgt. Tom Hale, searched the Sheepscot River from an inflatable boat from 3:30 p.m. until 7 p.m., according to Jeff Nichols, spokesman for the Maine Department of Marine Resources.
At 5:50 a.m. Sunday, the the Marine Patrol was back on the water, and sent pilot Steve Ingram up in a marine patrol plane to search from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., according to Nichols. Marine Patrol Specialist Mike Forgues took a Maine State Police dive team out in a Marine Patrol vessel, Nichols said.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Lynn Crink, please call the sheriff’s office at 207-882-7332.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has recovered the body of Lynn Crick, 74, from the Sheepscot River in Wiscasset.
Officials said a couple walking their dog discovered the Edgecomb woman’s body.
Crick’s body is being transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office in Augusta for an autopsy and to determine the cause of death.
28 Year Old Ashley Kaye Condon Missing Since 4/15/15 in Gulfport, MS (Update: Found Deceased in Fort Bayou Water)
28 year old Ashley Kaye Condon has been missing since Wednesday, April 15, 2015 in Gulfport, Mississippi. Authorities say that she was last seen Wednesday evening leaving her residence and heading to work at a local hospital, the Garden Park Medical Center . Police tracked Condon’s cellphone and determined the phone died shortly after she left to go to work Wednesday.
Missing – Ashley Kaye Condon
Condon left driving a white, 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier that may be missing a hub cap, with the license plate HDE257.
Police describe Condon as a white female who is six feet tall, weighing 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Gulfport Police Department at 228-868-5959.
Harrison County Coroner Gary Hargrove said Codon’s vehicle was found parked near the Biloxi Bay Bridge. Ashley Kaye Condon leaves behind an infant son who turns one in May.
A Gulfport woman reported missing after she failed to show up at work Wednesday has been found dead, her family and Harrison County Coroner Gary Hargrove have confirmed.
Officials with the state Department of Marine Resources on Sunday pulled the body of Ashley Kaye Condon, 28, from the waters of Fort Bayou near the Gulf Hills and Cherokee Glen neighborhoods around 1 p.m.
Hargrove said a picture of Condon was compared to the body and authorities identified Condon.
“She had been in the water for some time,” Hargrove said.
An autopsy is scheduled Monday to determine the cause of death and whether any foul play was involved.
Mary Nunes Missing Since 2004 from New Hampshire Finally Found Trying to Enter the United States … 50 Year Old Scott Kelley Arrested for Non-Custodial Kidnapping
19 year old Mary Nunes found after a decade …
Mary Nunes has been missing since November 2004 in New Hampshire when at the age of 8 years old, she was kidnapped and taken to Costa Rica by her step father Scott Kelley and mother amid a custody dispute in 1996. The girls mother claimed she did so because the father, who had full custody was abusive. However, the authorities never believed those claims and never filed any charges against the missing girls father. Mary Nunes had been missing more than a decade when authorities got a tip that Scott Kelly and Mary Nunes were attempting to gain passports to return to the United States. The authorities allowed them both to be issued temporary passports and when they arrives to the United States.
50 year old Scott Kelly was arrested at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia by US Marshall’s last Wednesday at 2PM. Kelly is currently in custody at a Clayton County jail and awaiting to be extradited to New Hampshire where he will face kidnapping charges of an 8 year old girl. Mary Nunes’ mother, Genevieve Kelley, had previously returned to the US in 2014 and turned herself in to the authorities. Genevieve Kelley remains on track for a May 8 trial after Judge Peter Bornstein on March 24 denied a motion to dismiss the state’s charge of custodial interference pending in Coos County.
According to a spokesperson with the U.S. Marshals, 50-year-old Scott Kelly has been wanted in New Hampshire since November 2004 when he was accused of the non-custodial kidnapping of Mary Nunes, who was 8-years-old at the time.
Police say that on April 13, Kelly and Nunes, now 19, went to the U.S. Consulate in Costa Rica to request passports to return the U.S. It was at this time that police say they discovered the warrant for Kelly and realized Nunes was reported missing.
Police say a temporary passport was issued for both Kelly and Nunes and they were allowed to return to the U.S. When they arrived at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport around 1:40 p.m. Wednesday, police say Kelly was immediately arrested.
When they arrived in Atlanta on Wednesday, U.S. Marshals were waiting, and arrested Kelley.
“Nunes was interviewed to ensure her health and safety and was allowed to continue to her final destination. Kelley is currently being held at Cobb County Jail pending extradition to New Hampshire.”
Dr. Nunes made the following statement Wednesday: “We love Mary and are overjoyed that she is alive and back in the US. Our hearts and home are open to her, and we will do everything we can to insure she remains safe and healthy. We remain concerned about her emotional and physical well-being. We look forward to the day our family is finally reunited.”
51 Year Old Iona Costello & Her 14 Year Old Daughter Emily Costello Missing Since 3/30/15 in Manhattan, NY (Update: Found Safe)
51 year old Iona Costello and her 14 year old daughter, Emily Costello, have been missing since March 30, 2015 after they traveled to Manhattan, NYC and never returned. Iona and Emily are from Greenport where she owns a farm on the North Fork. A family member Jane Costello said that Iona and Emily went to New York City to see some shows and parked their car in a garage on 3/30/2015. Surveillance video captured Costello and Emily walking out of the Midtown parking garage. Iona Costello and Emily Costello were reported missing on Tuesday, after Emily was absent from school following the spring break. Southold Police said Iona Costello is 5-foot-10, 120 pounds and blonde and her daughter is 5-foot-8, 110 pounds.
According to further reports, calls to their cellphones have gone unanswered and there has been no activity on the mother’s credit cards.
Facebook: Emily Costello (left) – Iona Costello (rt)
An East End farm owner and her 14-year-old daughter vanished in Manhattan last month after what relatives thought was going to be a short visit to see a few shows.
Cops are looking for Iona Costello, 51, a well-known equestrian from Greenport, and her daughter, Emily, a student at the posh Ross School in East Hampton.
They haven’t been seen since March 30, said Diana Malcolmson, the mother of Iona.
Relatives filed a missing-persons report when Emily didn’t return to school on Tuesday.
Police found their car in a parking garage on 42nd Street Wednesday night, and they appeared happy in surveillance video, Malcolmson said.
UPDATE I: Cops have no leads on missing Long Island mother and daughter after they vanished in New York City.
Could this be a possible reason for the two’s disappearance. According to reports, Emily is Iona Costello’s only child.
“The first thing we look for in these types of investigations is telephone calls, emails and credit card use,” Southold Town Police Chief Martin Flatley told the Daily News.
“We have nothing.”
“We’ve heard different theories from different people,” Flatley added. “It’s all speculation at this point.”
Costello, who runs a horse farm in the quaint seaside town on the tip of the North Fork, has been “under a lot of stress” fueled by a legal battle over her dead husband’s will, a family member told The News.
Costello was married to George Costello Sr., a construction manager who died of a heart attack on Dec. 28, 2012.
The will signed by the thrice-married George Costello, 63, who co-owned Costello Marine Contracting, which builds docks and bulkheads, left everything to Iona and Emily.
The will is being contested by four children from his previous marriages, records show.
“She can’t sell anything. She can’t do anything because everything is in court,” the family member said of Iona. “She’s been under a lot of pressure.”
Still, the relative said family members have no clue what might be behind the Costellos’ disappearance.
“I don’t know if she’s having a nervous breakdown. I don’t know if somebody has kidnapped them,” the relative said.
“We have no idea. The family is berserk.”
The Costello family has asked anyone with information to call the Southold Town Police Department at 631-765-2600.
UPDATE I: Found Safe in NYC.
Ksenia Quiros, 46 Year Old Mother Of Air Force Academy Cadet Who Died Mysteriously Goes Missing on 4/15/15 in Colorado Springs, CO (Update: Body Found in Cheyenne Canon)
Simply heartbreaking …
Ksenia Quiros, the mother of 21 year old Cadet 1st Class Alexandre Quiros who died mysteriously at the Air Force Academy, went missing on April 15, 2015 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. According to her husband, Ksenia Quiros went missing Wednesday morning and their family’s truck, a 1998 red Dodge Ram, was found at an open space on the southwest side of town. Ksenia Quiros is described as 44, 5-foot-2, 110 pounds with blue eyes.
The mother of an Air Force Academy cadet who died under mysterious circumstances has gone missing, according to her husband.
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is still investigating the death of 21-year-old Cadet 1st Class Alexandre Quiros. He was found injured in a dorm room on campus and later died on April 2. The cause of his death hasn’t been made public but it’s not a criminal investigation.
Now Quiros’ mother, Ksenia Quiros, has disappeared. Her husband told KKTV, the CBS station in Colorado Springs, his wife went missing Wednesday morning. Her family’s truck, a 1998 red Dodge Ram, was found at an open space on the southwest side of town but dogs lost her scent during a search.
UPDATE I: New focus for search for missing mom.
The Colorado Spring Fire Department and other agencies have spent two days searching for the mom of a deceased Air Force Academy cadet, but there is still no sign of her.
At a media briefing Friday afternoon, crews said they are now focusing on the west side of the Stratton Open Space. A witness reported seeing the woman “alive and well” an Arroyo Grande Trail Wednesday.
Multi Mission Aircraft with infrared technology and Civil Air Patrol joined the search Friday. Fire Chief Chris Riley said weather conditions had prevented them from using air crews before then. On Thursday, firefighters, motorcycles, brush trucks and heavy rescue teams were part of the search.
If you know anything about her whereabouts, call Colorado Springs Police at (719) 444-7000.
On the fourth day of searching for a missing woman, volunteers made a grisly discovery in Cheyenne Canon.
Capt. Steve Oswald with the Colorado Springs Fire Department said it was a member of a citizen search party who spotted a woman’s body in a rugged, steep area not far from the Gold Camp Reservoir.
All indications point to the deceased being Ksenia Quiros, Oswald said, though the official confirmation won’t come until an autopsy is completed.
It was the outcome the community was praying wouldn’t come for a family now twice hit by tragedy, starting with the untimely death of their 19-year-old son. On April 2, Air Force Academy Cadet 1st Class Alexandre Quiros passed away after being found in his dorm room with unspecified injuries. The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is now investigating the cause of death, but say it’s not a criminal investigation.