Silver Alert Issued for 15 Year Old Corriana (Cori) Rose Marie Tharrington Missing Since 1/31/16 in Cary, NC
A Silver Alert has been issued for 15 year old Corriana (Cori) Rose Marie Tharrington who has been missing since Sunday, January 31, 2016 in Cary, North Carolina. Corriana Rose Marie Tharrington was last seen Sunday in the area of 131 Westview Cove Lane in Cary. Corriana was also the subject of a Silver Alert in mid-November 2015. You will remember that we covered her disappearance back in November, 2015. Please note that Tharrington is believed to be suffering from dementia or some other cognitive impairment.
Tharrington, 15, is believed to be suffering from dementia or some other cognitive impairment, according to the N.C. Center for Missing Persons.
The missing teen was last seen wearing a pink or white North Face jacket and blue jeans. She is black, has brown eyes, stands 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 180 pounds, and has shoulder-length hair.
Officials said Tharrington may be in the company of Jordan Damson Ceneus.
Anyone with information about Corriana Rose Marie Tharrington should call Officer Lischwe at the Cary Police Department at (919) 469-4012.
Authorities Discover Buried Body on Private Property in Fruitland Township, MI … Might Be That of Missing Mother Bobbie Maples
Roosevelt Park Police believe that the body they discovered buried on private property might be that of Bobbie Maples. Upon a tip, the body was found on private property in Fruitland Township, Michigan Friday evening. Bobbie Maples went missing in December 2014, shortly after giving birth to daughter Airyonne. She was reported last seen near Whitehall by a friend.
According to Roosevelt Park Police Chief David Boone, the police have a prime suspect in Maples’ disappearance, who currently is incarcerated for an unrelated matter. As per Boone, the suspect is among several police have had over the past year, and has been on law enforcement’s radar since the beginning of the investigation into Maples’ disappearance.
Investigators have been lead by a tip to a buried body that could be that of Bobbie Maples, a mother first reported missing about a year ago.
Local officials discovered a buried body on private property in Fruitland Township Friday evening. Maples’ mother, Muriel, confirmed to WZZM 13 that authorities expressed confidence that the remains are linked to Bobbie.
Local law enforcement authorities discovered, and left mostly undisturbed, the buried body on private property in rural Muskegon County early Friday evening, said Roosevelt Park Police Chief David Boone.
Police remained at the scene throughout the night awaiting the arrival of the Michigan State Police Crime Lab Saturday morning, which would complete the task of unearthing the remains, Boone said. He could not predict when a positive identity could be made because he did not know the condition of the body or what items may be with it.
A man now charged with coercing a woman to have sex in exchange for drugs was the first person to report Bobbie Maples missing after she vanished, according to his lawyer.
Maples’ buried body was found Jan. 22 in Fruitland Township. She disappeared in December 2014 after leaving her Roosevelt Park home to visit her 11-day-old daughter who remained hospitalized followering her birth.
Robert Charles Smith III, 50, of Laketon Township, who was recently charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct during the commission of a felony, knew Maples and has been cooperating with police investigating her disappearance and now death, Smith’s attorney Marc E. Curtis said Tuesday.
29 Year Old Melanie Coley of Loudon, TN Missing Since 1/21/16 (Update: Found Deceased Near the Scene of a Single-Car Crash in Loudon County)
29 year old Melanie Coley has been missing since January 21, 2016 in Loudon, Tennessee. The 29 year old Primrose School preschool teacher was last seen late Thursday evening at Bad Daddy’s Burger in Turkey Creek. She was driving her grey 2014 Dodge Avenger with a broken right side mirror.
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s help in finding a missing woman.
Melanie Coley, 29, of Loudon, was last seen late Thursday evening at Bad Daddy’s Burger in Turkey Creek. KCSO said she was driving her grey 2014 Dodge Avenger with a broken right side mirror.
The Primrose School of Farragut identified Coley on Facebook as one of their preschool teachers.
If anyone with information is asked to contact the Knox County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit at 865-215-2243.
UPDATE: 29-year-old woman reported missing Friday was found dead Saturday near the scene of a single-car crash in Loudon County.
A 29-year-old woman reported missing Friday was found dead Saturday near the scene of a single-car crash in Loudon County, the Knox County Sheriff’s Office said.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol discovered the body of Melanie Coley of Loudon ejected from her wrecked 2014 Dodge Avenger off Sugar Limb Road, about two miles southeast of Interstate 75.
The THP had coordinated with KCSO detectives to investigate Coley’s travel routes and patterns, officials said.
An autopsy will determine the cause of death.
Search Crews Find the Body of Noah Chamberlin on Thursday About 1.5 Miles From his Home in Pinson, TN
TERRIBLE NEWS FROM CHESTER COUNTY, TENNESSEE …
Search crews have found the body of 2 year old Noah Chamberlin on Thursday. The sad discovery happened about 1.5 miles from his home in Pinson, TN. Noah Chamberlin had gone missing on 1/14/16 after the toddler went missing while on a nature walk with his sister and grandmother. An autopsy has been scheduled to determine the cause and when the death occurred, even though authorities have stated there has been nothing to indicate that there was any foul play.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the family, friends and loved ones of little Noah, rest in peace.
Rescue crews found the body of 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin Thursday.
The little boy was found by rescue crews about a mile and a half from his home.
A visibly upset search and rescue crew asked people to keep the family of Noah in your prayers.
They said the family wanted to make sure everyone knew just how much they appreciated everything they did in the search and rescue effort.
However, they asked for space as their family mourned for the loss of the boy.
This was an area they said was on the outskirts of where they had searched.
2 year old Noah Israel Chamberlin has been missing since Thursday, January 14, 2016 in Pinson, Tennessee. The search continues for the missing toddler. According to authorities, Noah Israel Chamberlin was walking in the woods on a nurture walk on Thursday with his grandmother and 4 year old sister when his grandmother lost sight of him. Noah was reported missing at about 1:20 p.m. Thursday after being out walking in the woods off Short Road with his grandmother and sister. The area of Short Road is in Chester County, south of Pinson. Endangered Child Alert has been issued in West Tennessee.
The TBI has issued an alert for 2 year old Noah Israel Chamberlin.
Noah’s grandmother notified the Chester County Sheriff’s Office at 1:19 p.m. of her missing grandson. Mapes said the Madison County Sheriff’s Office was then called to assist in the search. The search was still ongoing after 10 p.m. Thursday.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued an endangered child alert for Noah, who is described as white, about 2 feet tall and 25 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a long-sleeved gray shirt and blue jeans. Noah was last seen going into the woods behind his house in the 1800 block of Short Road in Pinson. If you have seen Noah call the Chester County Sheriff’s Office at (731) 989-2787 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.
Anyone with information concerning Noah Chamberlain is urged to call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
Hundreds of volunteers are gathering to help in the search for 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin, but authorities are not ready for them to join in the search yet.
Madison County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Tom Mapes said volunteers may gather at the old Pinson school on the west side of U.S. 45 in Pinson. He said they should be ready to go when needed.
“The TBI is doing an extensive search,” Mapes said. “They need a pristine area, and they don’t need a lot of folks out there. Be patient. I’m sure they’ll want the volunteers, but at this moment they’re just doing specific searches.”
Mapes said the TBI was gridding the area, and teams were searching ponds before volunteers would be used.
Authorities and locals of a rural Tennessee community continue to search the woods for a toddler named Noah after he disappeared two days ago.
More than 500 community members of Pinson, Tenn., sprang into action to search the 600-acre wooded area where 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin went missing during a walk with his 4-year-old sister and his grandmother.
The toddler’s disappearance triggered a huge community outpouring as hundreds of people volunteered to help look for Noah.
Locals have started a social media campaign with the hashtag #FindNoah.
The volunteers filled the Chester County Sheriff’s department, outfitted themselves with reflective vests and filled busses transporting them to the woods where Noah was last seen.