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.
Amber Alert issued for Missing 5 Year Old Aubrey Madison Johnson Abducted by 21 Year Old Rique Griffin in Bowling Green, KY (Update: Found Safe)
AMBER ALERT ISSUED IN BOWLING GREEN, KY …
An Amber Alert has been issued for missing 5 year old Aubrey Madison Johnson who was abducted by 21 year old Rique Griffin in Bowling Green, Kentucky. According to police, the mother and child were with the suspect and got into a fight this morning, Thursday, April 16, while traveling down Morgantown Road. The suspect, Rique Griffin, then assaulted the mother and abducted the child. The altercation reportedly occurred around 2:30 a.m. The vehicle Griffin is driving is described as a silver Ford Expedition SUV; however, no plate number was available.
Bowling Green police say the mother and child were with the suspect and got into an altercation this morning while traveling down Morgantown Road. The suspect then reportedly assaulted the mother and took the child.
The vehicle is described as a Ford Explorer SUV, but no vehicle color or plate number was available.
The suspect is a black male, Rique Griffin, age 21 with black hair, 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighing 165 pounds. He has a Mohawk style haircut with dreads, a scar over his right eye that is a vein, a tattoo on the neck and “ATL” tattoos on both arms.
The child, Aubrey Johnson is a black female 2 feet 5 inches tall, with black hair, brown eyes, weighing 35 pounds. She has a chipped front tooth, a scar on her left thigh and both ears pierced. She was last seen wearing a button-down jean shirt, jeans with white flowers, no shoes and a lime green bow in her hair with a ponytail.
If anyone sees the missing girl, Aubrey Johnson, or suspect, Rique Griffin, please call Bowling Green Police at 270-393-4000 or 911.
The Amber Alert for 5-year-old Aubrey Madison Johnson has been canceled. Bowling Green police found the girl and she is safe.
28 Year Old Ashley Pegram Missing Since 4/3/15 in Dorchester County, SC after Date with Man She Met on Kik (Update: 30 Year Old Edward Bonilla Arrested)
28 year old Ashley Pegram has been missing since April 3, 2015 in Dorchester County, South Carolina after she went out on a date she met via the instant messaging service Kik. Pegram, a mother of three who lives in the Clemson Terrace neighborhood near Summerville, left home about 9:30 p.m. on her date and has not been seen nor heard from since. According to the incident report from the Sheriff’s Office, Pegram’s family identified the user name of the 18-year-old man she went out with. According to her sister, Pegram was not carrying a cellphone, credit cards or other identification. Ashley Pegram’s sister shares a cellphone with her, and they were able to find text messages indicating the man lives in Hanahan. The acquaintance Pegram met via Kik and who would be the last person ever to see her told police that she was heavily intoxicated so he kicked her out of his car around midnight near Main Street in Berkeley County.
Missing – Ashley Pegram
A 28-year-old Dorchester County woman has been missing since she went out on a date she arranged on an instant messaging service almost two weeks ago.
Ashley Pegram, a mother of three who lives in the Clemson Terrace neighborhood near Summerville, left home about 9:30 p.m. April 3 with a man she met through Kik, a messaging app for smartphones that she had used before to line up dates, according to her family. She never came home. She was last near the house in a slate-blue 2005 Hyundai Sonata.
Pegram is described as 5 feet 1 inch tall, 140 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes, usually wearing black-framed glasses. She was wearing a black shirt, blue jeans and black flip-flops with sparkles.
Really, Ashley Pegram was heavily intoxicated so her date kicked her out of the car around midnight? Who is he, Joran Van der Sloot? This story is hardly believable. Police believe that foul play may be involved. Ya think?
An incident report states the woman’s sister found text messages between Pegram and her date, who identified himself on the dating application as 18-year-old Emoney Dom of Hanahan.
Dom reportedly told the sister that he kicked Pegram out of his car near a Kangaroo Gas Station on Main Street in Berkeley County around midnight.
Detectives are continuing to investigate Dom’s involvement.
Deputies say Pegram was last seen in the early morning hours of April 4 at a gas station on College Park Road. She has not been seen or heard from since.
Foul play is “a definite possibility,” Dorchester County deputies say.
Police in South Carolina have arrested a man on an obstruction charge in the case of a woman who went missing after a date she arranged through a messaging app, reports CBS affiliate WCSC.
Wednesday night, deputies arrested 30-year-old Edward Bonilla and charged him with obstruction of justice in the case, Dorchester County Sheriff’s Capt. Tony Phinney told the station. Police confirmed to WCSC the suspect is the same man she went out on a date with that evening.
According to the station, Bonilla is accused of providing false and misleading information about Pegram’s disappearance.
Deputies arrested 30-year-old Edward Bonilla and charged him with obstruction of justice, according to Dorchester County Sheriff’s Capt. Tony Phinney. According to court documents, Bonilla is accused of providing false and misleading information about the disappearance of Ashley Nichole Pegram.
Authorities did not initially say how Bonilla was connected to Pegram when his arrest was announced Thursday morning.
Detectives say Bonilla spoke with deputies on or about April 8 and provided information about Pegram’s disappearance. Court documents state detectives following up on that information learned it was false and misleading. A judge set a $400,000 surety bond for Bonilla Thursday morning.
Deputies say the Summerville woman was reported missing by family on April 4. Family members say they last saw Pegram on Friday, April 3 around 9 p.m. when she left to go on a date with an unknown man that she was talking with on the social media site “Kik.”
That man was later identified as Bonilla, officials say.
If you have any information on Pegram’s whereabouts, call Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office at 843-832-0333, or Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111.
22 Year Old Alma Del Real Missing Since 4/12/15 in South Bend, IN (Update: Body Found Likely Missing Indiana Woman; 24 Year Old Alberto Cruz Arrested, Charged with Murder)
22 year old Alma Del Real has been missing since Sunday, April 12, 2015 in South Bend, Indiana. According to accounts, Alma Del Real hasn’t been seen since about 3:30 a.m. Sunday, when a friend dropped her off at her Ewing Street home after she left Studio Rumba 305, a nightclub on South Main Street. She has not been seen or heard from since and she never showed up for work on Monday. She was last seen wearing a light blue, skinny, ripped, high-waisted pants, a black crop top, and a tan, leather jacket. The South bend police department is asking for your help in locating Alma Del Real.
Missing – Alma Del Real
Alma Del Real hasn’t been seen since about 3:30 a.m. Sunday, when a friend dropped her off at her Ewing Street home after she left Studio Rumba 305, a nightclub on South Main Street.
Del Real has had no contact with her friends of family, and she did not show up for work Monday, city police Capt. Phil Trent said in a news release. She also missed a conference she was supposed to attend with a friend in Chicago.
Del Real was last seen wearing ripped, light blue, slim-fitting pants, a black crop top and a tan fitted leather jacket. She is 5-foot-5, 137 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information about Del Real is asked to call the South Bend Police Department at 574-235-6480.
Police believe they have found the body of a missing 22-year-old South Bend woman, and a 24-year-old man has been arrested in connection to her death.
South Bend police say the body they believe belongs to Alma Del Real was found Wednesday in Marshall County. An autopsy is scheduled Thursday in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and police say they’re awaiting official confirmation that it’s Del Real.
According to police, the suspect was booked into St. Joseph County Jail Wednesday night on a preliminary charge of murder. St. Joseph County Prosecutor Ken Cotter tells the South Bend Tribune that formal charges are expected within the coming days.
“I want to send out my heartfelt condolences to the family because I know as much of a toll it took on me and my personal family regarding this case, I can’t imagine what it has done to them,” Gobel said. “My little girl asked me every day if I found Alma yet, and today I get to go home and say we have.”
BREAKING: Body found in Culver identified as Alma Del Real. … 24-year-old Alberto Cruz arrested and charged with Murder.
Police booked 24-year-old Alberto Cruz into the St. Joseph County Jail on a preliminary charge of murder in Del Real’s death.
Metro Homicide Commander Tim Corbett says police were able to gather enough information from Cruz to locate Alma’s body in Marshall Count
16 year old Madison Leigh Humphrey has been missing since Saturday, April 11, 2015 in Hartselle, Alabama. She was last seen Saturday at her home in Hartselle. Madison Leigh Humphrey is described as 5’5” tall, 125lbs, brown eyes and black hair. Authorities believe that she is in the Morgan or Madison county area.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Madison Leigh Humphrey, please call the Hartselle Police Department at 256-773-6534.
UPDATE I: Missing Hartselle teenager found safe.
A Hartselle teen missing since Saturday has been found safe and returned home, the Hartselle Police Department says.
13 year old Dea-Jenea Delaney has been missing since Friday, April 10, 2015 in the Austin neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. Dea-Jenea Delaney was last seen Friday afternoon around 2:15 PM when she left her home in the 1700 block of North Mango Avenue. According to police, she may be with a friend in the area of 71st Street and Stony Island Avenue.
Dea-Jenea Delaney – Chicago Police
Dea-Jenea Delaney was last seen about 2:15 p.m. when she left her home in the 1700 block of North Mango Avenue, authorities said.
She was wearing a black T-shirt, white pants with a pink rose print, a gray wool hooded coat and gray Nike gym shoes.
Police said she may be with a friend in the area of 71st Street and Stony Island Avenue.
Dea-Jenea is described as a black girl with a medium complexion, black hair worn in long braids, and brown eyes. She is about 5-foot-3 and 145 pounds.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Dea-Jenea Delaney, please contact the Area North Special Victims Unit at 312-744-8266.
14 yer old Nia McKay has been missing since Saturday, April 11, 2015 in Wayland, Massachusetts. According to the police, Nia McKay went for a walk at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and did not return home. Nia is 5’6″ and was last seen wearing a blue dress and a black sweatshirt.
“We felt it important to alert parents so that you can be prepared to discuss this disappearance should your children hear of it on the news, or alternately, should they know Nia personally. If your child does know anything which might be relevant to this situation, please call the Wayland Police. We will remain in contact with the police, let you know of any further developments and continue to hope that all will turn out well. We’re sending out this message in the spirit of alerting, but not alarming, the community,” he wrote.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Nia McKay, please contact the Wayland Police Department at 508-358-4721.
UPDATE I: Missing Wayland teen found safe on Sunday.
Police said McKay was found safe on Sunday, but did not provide information about where McKay was found or where she had been.
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.
16 year old Daija Diaz has been missing since Thursday, April 9, 2015 in East Haven, Connecticut. Daija was last seen on Thursday afternoon at 4 PM near Messina Drive (MAP) as she told her mother he was going to the Dunkin’ Donuts down the street, and would be right back. she has not been heard from or seen since. The police say they can not issue a Silver Alert until after she’s been missing for more than 24 hours.
Daija Diaz was last seen near Messina Drive around 4:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon. She told her mom she was going to the Dunkin’ Donuts down the street, and would be right back. She has not been seen since.
Neighbors said they spotted Diaz crossing the street near her home, but that was the last time anyone remembers seeing her. According to the Diaz family, East Haven police showed staff at the Dunkin’ Donuts a photo of Daija, but the workers said she never came in.
If you think you’ve seen 16-year-old Daija Diaz, you’re asked to call East Haven police at 203-468-3820.
Great news, missing teen found.
A Silver Alert was issued for Daija Diaz, who is a junior at East Haven High School, on Friday morning. Her family said she was last seen entering a Dunkin Donuts in town and after purchasing a coffee, she got into a dark SUV.
On Friday, just before 5 p.m., the teen was found at the police station where she had been dropped off.
It is possible she was staying with family.
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.