Toni Anderson, a University of Missouri-Kansas City student who has been missing since early Monday was ticketed by police in North Kansas City before she disappeared. The 20-year-old woman who was last seen Sunday, January 15, 2017 after failing to meet with friends after work was driving a black 2014 Ford Focus with Kansas license plate 989-GAX. According to reports, Anderson was stopped by the North Kansas City Police Department on Sunday. Officials still were investigating her next steps after the stop. She was last heard from about 3 a.m. Monday when she told a friend via text that she was getting pulled over. Investigators have video surveillance with Anderson but are not releasing it because it is part of their investigation.
Kansas City police continued their search for a 20-year-old woman who was last seen Sunday after failing to meet with friends after work.
Tonie Anderson had just left her job around 4 a.m. and was on her way to meet friends at a location near downtown.
Later that morning, Anderson was pulled over by a North Kansas City police officer on Missouri 9 for an improper lane change. Anderson told the officer that she was almost out of gas. The officer gave Anderson a warning and watched as she drove to a nearby QuikTrip, said Officer Darin Snapp, a spokesman with the Kansas City Police Department.
As she was being pulled over, Anderson sent a message to childhood friend Roxy Townsend, who told the Wichita Eagle, “Tonie gets pulled over a lot because she drives late at night a lot, and she doesn’t have cruise control in her car. I just figured this was another one of those times.”
Anderson is a student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and worked as a server at Chrome, an establishment that describes itself as “Kansas City’s premier strip club.”
Anyone with information on Anderson’s whereabouts can call the Kansas City Police Department’s missing persons unit at 816-234-5136.. Also, anyone with information should call the Tips Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477).
Amber Alert Issued for 6 Year Old David Wayne Puckett Missing Since 12/31/16 in Aurora, CO (Update: Child’s Body Found in Pound)
An AMBER ALERT has been issued for 6 year old David Wayne Puckett who has been missing since New Year’s eve, 12, 31, 6, in Aurora, Colorado. A $10,000 reward is now being offered for locating a 6-year-old missing Aurora boy. The Arapahoe County Search and Rescue, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Denver Police Department and the FBI are assisting in the search. David Puckett went missing on Saturday night near Olympic Park.
More than 150 volunteers helped search for David on Sunday. He David was last seen at 5:30 p.m. Saturday in the 15700 block of East Amherst Place.
He was last seen wearing camouflage pants, a black shirt, a thin tan coat, and black and orange boots, police said. He is described as 3-foot and 48 pounds, with light brown hair and brown eyes.
Police said he has a slight to moderate learning disability. McCoy said police believe David wandered off.
Three tip lines are set up for the case: 303-739-1865, 303-739-1868 and 303-739-1870. Metro Denver Crime Stoppers can also be contacted at 720-913-7867.
Aurora Police say the body of a child was found in a pond underneath the ice Tuesday during a search for a 6-year-old Aurora boy who has been missing since Saturday.
The South Metro Fire dive team began searching the small pond in Olympic Park for David Puckett Tuesday morning. A K9 had picked up the boy’s scent in the area Monday night, according to Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz.
Aurora Police had earlier said the search was just a precaution.
At Least 9 Dead and Others Missing After a Massive Fire Rips Through Buiding During Party in Oakland, CA
9 DEAD AS FIRE RIPS THRU PARTY IN OAKLAND, CA …
At least nine people died as a fire raged through a warehouse in Oakland, California’s Fruitvale neighborhood where a party was underway late Friday night. It is also being reported that there are another 25 people who are missing and unaccounted for. The fire started about 11:30 p.m. Friday at 1305 31st Ave. It tore through the building during an event featuring musician Golden Donna’s 100% Silk West Coast tour.
In what may be the deadliest structure fire in Oakland’s history, at least nine people died in a blaze that broke out late Friday at an electronic music party at a Fruitvale district live-work space, officials said.
The fire tore through the two-story building in the 1300 block of 31st Avenue at about 11:30 p.m. Friday during an event featuring musician Golden Donna’s 100% Silk West Coast tour.
Most of the nine dead were found on the second floor, and another 25 people are unaccounted for, Fire Chief Teresa Deloach-Reed said.
Firefighters said it appeared that no smoke detectors were activated during the fire and there was no sprinkler system in the structure, the chief said.
“We still have to do a more thorough search of the building and we don’t know the potential number of other victims,” Deloach-Reed said. No firefighters were reported injured while battling the blaze.
The blaze is already being called one of the deadliest single-structure fires in Oakland’s history, if not the deadliest.
The Dana Pretzer Show – Wednesday, November 30, 2016 – Please Join Me Tonight at 9PM ET Discussing Missing Persons Cold Cases With Anne Gavin, Denise Allan & Wendy Bosma
Tonight’s guests include:
- Anne Gavin, CDN Missing Persons Advocate, co-founder of the Charles KJ Horvath-Allan Foundation & Volunteer with Cal Advocates for the Missing. She will be discussing advocacy & the case of missing Aaron Derbyshire (Sept 2006).
- Denise Allan, mother of missing Charles KJ Horvath-Allan. Denise will speak about Charles (summer of 1989), & Ashleigh Pettman-Wilson (June 2006.)
- Wendy Bosma, mother of missing Mike Bosma (Jan 2006).
- Denise & Anne would like touch on the need for the RCMP cold case teams.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016: Join Dana Tonight at 9 PM ET for The Dana Pretzer Show Discussing Missing Persons Cold Cases
Please join Dana Pretzer tonight at 9PM ET for The Dana Pretzer Show where he will be discussing missing person’s cold cases with his guests:
- Anne Gavin, CDN Missing Persons Advocate, co-founder of the Charles KJ Horvath-Allan Foundation & Volunteer with Cal Advocates for the Missing
- Denise Allan, mother of missing Charles KJ Horvath-Allan.
- Wendy Bosma, mother of missing Mike Bosma