11 year old Nautaysha Tarver has been missing since Thursday afternoon, April 11, 2013 in Detroit. MI. According to the Detroit Free Press, Nautaysha Tarver was last seen by her younger brother around 3 p.m. on Thursday as she walked on Lappin and Crusade. Tarver told her brother that she was going back to school, in the 15600 block of E. Seven Mile for detention. However, when the mother arrived at the school at 4:30 pm to pick her daughter up, she was not there. One needs to first ask the question of the school whether missing Nautaysha Tarver was ever at the school serving detention? It does seem a bit odd for someone to leave school and then return for detention. Normally one would serve the detention directly after school ends. And if so, did they actually allow her to leave by herself or is it the school’s policy to let students just leave on their own without being picked up by an adult on record with the school?
Tarver is 4’-ll.” She weighs 110-115 pounds and has a medium brown complexion, medium length black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a black knitted hat, green shirt, tan pants, a rust-colored, waist-length jacket and turquoise, white and purple athletic shoes, police said. She is emotionally impaired and takes medication.
If anyone has any information regarding missing Nautaysha Tarver, please call Detroit Police Department’s Criminal Investigations at 313-596-1340
UPDATE I: Nautaysha Tarver found safe at friends house.
TCNJ Student Paige Aiello Missing in New Jersey Since 4/9/13, Update: Aiello’s Purse, Wallet & Phone Found on the George Washington Bridge
New clues found in the disappearance of 22 year old missing Paige Aiello, her purse, wallet and phone were found on the George Washington Bridge. Police are searching the waters near the GW.
22 year old TCNJ college student Paige Aiello has been missing since Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in New Jersey. The Hillsboro, NJ resident, Paige Aiello has an on-campus apartment at TCNJ; however, according to family members has been staying at home recently. Her father drove her to class Tuesday morning and also drove her home around 1 PM. This was the last time she has been seen. When her mother returned home at 2:45 PM, Paige was gone and had taken her mother’s 2006 grey Audi A4 without permission, according to the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office. The family reported her missing to Hillsborough police at 7:45 PM. The Audi A4 was found about 10: PM on Wednesday by the New Brunswick Police Department in the Gateway parking garage located on Somerset Street in New Brunswick, NJ. Paige Aiello was reported missing on Wednesday. At this time the police are saying they do not suspect foul play.
Now new and disturbing clues have been discovered in the disappearance of TCNJ student Paige Aiello. Her purse, including her car keys, wallet and cell phone were found on the south walkway of the upper level of the George Washington Bridge. This prompted police to search the waters of the Hudson River near the GW. So far they have found nothing. Could stress have lead to the unthinkable? Her sister has stated that “she’s [Paige] a perfectionist, she’s a very driven kid. The stress of classes and a recent breakdown had led Paige Aiello to spend more time at home, living there instead of her on-campus apartment.”
Paige Aiello’s purse containing her car keys and mobile phone were found on the south walkway of the upper level of the George Washington Bridge by a passer-by at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, the prosecutor’s office said.
The Good Samaritan who found the purse called the Aiellos and a search was launched in the Hudson River near the bridge, prosecutors said. Port Authority Police Department was assisted in the search by Harbor Patrol, the U.S. Coast Guard, New York Police Department Patrol and Aviation Units, prosecutors said.
A Port Authority of NY/NJ spokesman said nothing was found in the water. An NYPD spokesman said today he did not believe the Harbor Patrol has returned to the area to resume the search.
Anyone with information on her disappearance is asked to call the Hillsborough Township Police Department at (908) 369-4323, the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office at (908) 575-3300, Somerset County Crime Stoppers’ Tip Line at (888) 577-TIPS(8477) or online at www.888577tips.org or www.scpo.net and click on either “Crime Stoppers” or “TIPS HOTLINE”.
Skeletal Remains Found in Indiana Identified as that of 22 Year Old Katelyn Markham Missing Since August 13, 2011 in Fairfield, Ohio … RIP
The skeletal remains found over this past weekend in Indiana have been identified as missing 22 Year Old Katelyn Markham. The remains were found by as people were walking along Big Cedar Creek in Franklin County off of Big Cedar Road near Cedar Grove, Indiana on Sunday. Katelyn Markham has been missing since August 13, 2011 in Fairfield, Ohio. Katelyn’s fiancé stated that he last saw her around 11:30 Saturday night, after he left her town home on Dorshire Drive. Sadly, this missing persons case has come to a tragic end.
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An investigation into Markham’s death is underway. Anyone with information is asked to call Indiana State Police at 812-689-500, Fairfield Police at 513-867-6094, or Crime Stoppers at 888-352-3040.
It’s basically like a brand new investigation,” said Indiana State Police Sgt. Noel Houze.
Indiana police investigators took “numerous items” from the site where Katelyn Markham’s remains were found for study and possible testing, Houze said. He said the creek area where the remains were found is used by some as a dumping ground, so it’s too soon to say whether any of the items are significant to the investigation.
“They collected a lot of stuff,” he said, declining to describe the items but adding that they could turn out to be trash.
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Cuba Will Turn Over to the United States Authorities Missing Florida Family, Including Abducted Brothers Chase & Cole Hakken
You just can’t make this stuff up. Who would have thought that the missing persons case of Chase and Cole Hakken would wind up in Cuba and be a reverse Elián González story? Although, Joshua Hakken may have wanted to have chose another country that did not have an extradition treaty with the US.
Late Tuesday afternoon, Cuba said that it would return the Florida couple and the kidnapped bothers, 2 year old Chase and 4 year old Cole Hakken to the United States. Joshua Michael Hakken and his wife Sharyn Hakken, who had their parental rights taken away from them, abducted their two sons from their grandmother and sailed to Havana, Cuba aboard Joshua Hakken’s new purchased 1972 Morgan, 25 foot sailboat “Salty”. The boat, named “Salty” was spotted at the Hemingway Marina in Havana. No one knew initially what the Cuban government would do with regards to the couple and the kidnapped brothers. Cuba and the US are hardly pals and Cuba does not have an extradition treaty with the United States. Nor is Cuba a signatory of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Which basically means that is was solely up to Cuba to do the right thing. Who ever thought that when Chase & Cole Hakken first went missing that this would turn into a modern day reverse Elián González story?
Yahoo News reports, The foreign ministry announced the decision in a terse statement saying Joshua Michael Hakken, a fugitive from U.S. justice, would be handed over with wife Sharyn and their children.
The family was located by a CNN reporter Tuesday when he ran into the father, Josh Hakken, Tuesday on a boat named Salty at a Havana marina. Cuban security asked CNN to leave the scene when the family was first spotted.
Foreign Ministry official Johana Tablada told The Associated Press in a written statement Tuesday that Cuba had informed U.S. authorities of the country’s decision to turn over Joshua Michael Hakken, his wife Sharyn and their two young boys. She did not say when the handover would occur.
Leeland Eisenberg, 52 Year Old New Hampshire Man Who Took Hostages at One of Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Offices 6 Years Ago Missing his Manchester Halfway House Sunday
According to the New Hampshire Department of Corrections, Leeland Eisenberg, the 52 year old New Hampshire man who took hostages at one of Hillary Clinton’s campaign offices 6 years ago is missing from his half way house. Leeland Eisenberg was discovered missing during a head count Sunday afternoon at the Calumet Transitional Housing Unit in Manchester, NH. In 2007, Eisenberg entered Hillary Clinton’s campaign office in Rochester, NH, with road flares strapped to his chest claiming he had a bomb. Eisenberg held several hostages for hours. Hillary Clinton was not present at the time. Eisenberg would have been eligible for parole in August 2013. Now, once he is found, he will be charged with escape, a felony punishable by 3 ½ to 7 years in prison.
Authorities say they are considering it an escape because Eisenberg did not let anyone know he was leaving, as he is required to do. They said he is not considered armed or dangerous.
This is at least the second time Eisenberg has left authorities wondering about his whereabouts.
He was released in 2009 after serving two thirds of a three-year sentence. But in February 2010, he violated his probation by cutting off his GPS tracking bracelet. He was arrested about a day later and eventually received a new sentence of 3 1/2 to 7 years. He is eligible for parole in August.
Eisenberg has a history of mental illness and substance-abuse problems, authorities say.
Florida Authorities Asking Recreational Boaters to Be on the Look Out for Missing/Kidnapped Brothers Chase & Cole Hakken … Seraching for Joshua Michael Hakken’s Newly Purchased Boat “Salty” and a Paw Print in White on both Sides of Hull
Four year old Cole Hakken and his brother two year old Chase Hakken have been missing since Wednesday, April 3, 2013 when they were forcible removed from their grandmothers home and kidnapped by their bio father Joshua Michael Hakken. The grandmother had been given custody one day prior to the abduction after Joshua and Sharyn Hakken had lost their parental right.
Florida authorities are asking recreational boaters to be on the look out for missing Cole and Chase Hakken and for a sailboat that the father Joshua Hakken recently bought. According to accounts, it is a 25 foot sailboat (picture here) with a blue hull with the word “Salty” and a paw print in white on both sides. The Coast Guard is also aiding in the search for the missing brothers and has been broadcasting an Amber Alert.
Florida authorities are asking recreational boaters to keep an eye out for a boat owned by Joshua Michael Hakken that could hold two kidnapped boys.
The message appears to be getting the attention of boaters along the Florida coast.
“I got kids and family myself, so we’ll be definitely looking for them,” Bryan Hinland told WTSP-TV.
Pedro Rodriguez said he was also keeping an eye out. “Every once in a while I looked out to see if I saw (the sailboat) or not,” he said.
Investigators with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office say they believe Hakken shuttled his wife, Sharyn, and the boys onto the 25-foot sailboat around 10 a.m. Wednesday. Investigators are unsure whether Sharyn Hakken is part of the kidnapping plot or a victim.
Father purchased a sailboat: (more details)
On Friday, authorities said they’ve obtained information that Joshua Hakken recently purchased a sailboat.
At least one witness said the 25-foot boat was spotted going underneath the John’s Pass Bridge last week.
The sheriff’s office says Hakken has sailed before.
“I don’t want to say extensive, but we do know he has some sailing training and some sailing experience, so he is capable of operating that boat,” said McKinnon.
The boat is described as a 1972 Morgan 25M (25 foot) sailboat, blue bimini top, white mainsail, boat deck and cabin are white, hull is blue with “Salty” and a paw print in white on both sides with a white stripe near water line, bearing Flo.
It is uncertain at this point whether 35 year old Joshua Michael Hakken, 34 year old Sharyn Hakken and the two brothers, Chase & Cole Hakken, are still aboard the sailboat or whether they might be back on land. An Amber Alert for the boys has been issued in Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana and other states.
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41 year old Danielle Melanson of Central Falls, RI has been missing since April 1, 2013. She was last seen leaving her home at 18 Hedley Ave, driving a brown or gray 2004 Toyota Corolla with Massachusetts plates ”197THA” at about 5:00 pm. According to police she may be in need of her medication and is considered in danger. She has family and friends in Rhode Island, southeastern Massachusetts, Kentucky and Florida.
If anyone has seen or has any information as to the whereabouts of Danielle Melanson, please contact the Central Falls police at (401) 727-7411
Amber Alert Issued for 4 Year Old Cole Hakken & 2 Year Old Chase Hakken Missing Since 4/3/13 in Tampa, FL. (Abducted by Bio Parents Joshua & Sharyn Hakken). Could they Be Aboard Sailboat?
An Amber Alert was issued after two young children, 4 year old Cole Hakken and his two year old brother Chase Hakken were abducted by their own parents. According to police, the children were staying at their grandmother’s home off the 14000 block of Shady Shores Drive when their father, Joshua Hakken, showed up around 6 p.m. Wednesday and abducted the children. Joshua Hakken tied up his mother-in-law, woke his two kids and took off with them in the grandmother’s 2009 silver Toyota Camry. Cole and Chase’s grandparents were given custody of the children on Tuesday after the mother and father, Joshua and Sharyn Hakken, had their parental rights terminated. The grandmother was just given custody and one day later this event occurs. The grandmother’s silver Camry has since been located by police. Hillsborough deputies have issued arrest warrants for Joshua for kidnapping, interference in child custody, child neglect, false imprisonment, burglary with battery and grand theft auto.
Listen to the 911 call for help here.
An Amber Alert was issued for 4 year old Cole Hakken and 2 year old Chase Hakken, who were last seen in the Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida area.
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They may be with their father Joshua Hakken, 35, and his wife Sharyn Hakken, 34, and they may be traveling in a 25-foot, 1972 Morgan sailboat, according to the FDLE. The vessel has a registration number of FL3717BK.
The boat has a blue hull, the name “Salty” with a picture of a paw near the back of the hull on each side, a blue Bimini top and a white sail with blue trim, the FDLE said.
If anyone has seen the missing Hakken boys, please call the FBI’s Miami office at 305-944-9101, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department at 813-247-8200, or 911.
The children are described as follows:
Two-year-old Chase Hakken stands 3’0″ tall and weighs 33 pounds. He has brown hair, brown eyes, and was last seen wearing pajamas.
Four-year-old Cole Hakken stands 3′ 9″ and weighs 44 pounds. He has brown hair, brown eyes, and was also last seen wearing pajamas.
Description of bio-parents:
Joshua Hakken is described as a white male 5 feet 9 inches tall, 175 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
Sharyn Hakken is described as a white female, 34 years old, 5 feet 4 inches tall, 150 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes.
Hillsborough County deputies have confirmed that a black truck allegedly used in the abduction of two brothers has been located in Madeira Beach.
The 2006 GMC pickup truck was located abandoned in the John’s Pass Parking Garage located at 12901 Gulf Blvd.
HCSO detectives and crime scene technicians are processing the vehicle.
Pinellas County deputies initially responded after someone reported seeing a vehicle that matched a description on Amber Alerts issued across the Southeast. Four states issued the alerts including Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.
Chase and Cole Hakken were still wearing their pajamas when deputies say their own parents took them by force from a Lake Magdalene home.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued a statewide AMBER Alert for two Florida brothers who may be in eastern Tennessee with their non-custodial parents.
Cole Hakken, 4, and Chase Hakken, 2, were kidnapped from their grandmother’s home in Tampa on April 3. The grandmother has custody of the brothers.
The vehicle may have been spotted in the area of Highway 30 and Highway 411 in Etowah, Tennessee Wednesday around 8 p.m.
UPDATE III: AMBER alert family seen headed onto Gulf of Mexico.
Hillsborough deputies say the father who abducted his two non-custodial children in Tampa was last seen taking his family into the Gulf of Mexico aboard a sailboat.
The information comes shortly after Joshua Hakken’s pickup truck was discovered in a Madeira Beach parking garage. Investigators believe Hakken took his 4-year-old Cole and 2-year-old Chase onto a 25-foot sailboat, hours after abducting them from their grandmother’s home early on Wednesday morning.
The Sheriff’s Office says it is not clear what direction the boat went after leaving the Johns Pass area, nor do they know if the boat was still on the water during Thursday’s strong storms.
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Raven Cassidy Furlong, who had been reported missing by her family more than a month ago, has been found in California unharmed and safe. The police are saying that she is not in any danger. It was initially thought that Furlong might have been a victim of sex trafficking. However, Furlong was seen Friday night at a taping of American Ninja Warrior, and voluntarily went with LAPD officers for questioning. Police determined the now 18 year-old was in good health and not in any danger and released her over the objections of family members. Raven Cassidy Furlong stated, “I’m fine.” Everybody can leave me alone because I’ve been fine and I am fine.”
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Raven Cassidy Furlong was reported missing when she didn’t return home from her Aurora, Colorado high school in February. Authorities searching for the then-17-year-old were considering the possibility that she may be a victim of sex trafficking.
Furlong was seen Friday night at a taping of American Ninja Warrior, and voluntarily went with LAPD officers for questioning, MyFoxLA.com reported.
Police determined the now 18-year-old was in good health and not in any danger and released her over the objections of her aunt, Tobi Buckley. Furlong’s family believes she is being held against her will.
Auora police classified Furlong a “runaway,” but the family questions whether she was tricked into moving to California with the promise of modeling work.
19 Year Old Nicholas Cendoya, One of Two Hikers Missing Since Easter Sunday in Southern California’s Cleveland National Forest Found Alive … Kyndall Jack Still Missing (Update: Kyndall Jack Found Alive)
18 year old Kyndall Jack and 19 year old Nicholas Cendoya have been missing since Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013 when they went hiking in Southern California’s Cleveland National Forest. Cendoya and Jack vanished near Holy Jim Canyon, calling authorities for help Sunday evening before their cellphone died.
Wednesday night, One of two missing hikers was found alive in Southern California’s Cleveland National Forest. 19 year old Nicholas Cendoya was rescued at about 8 pm at the bottom of a steep ravine, barefoot and wearing shorts. He was airlifted to a hospital 20 miles away in Mission Viejo, CA in serous condition, delirious and severely dehydrated. However, the whereabouts of missing 18 year old Kyndall Jack is still unknown.
One of two hikers missing since Easter Sunday in Southern California’s Cleveland National Forest was found alive Wednesday night, but his companion remained missing, a sheriff’s spokesman said. Another hiker not involved in the search found 19-year-old Nicholas Cendoya at about 8 p.m., then told a rescue crew where to find him, Orange County sheriff’s Lt. Jason Park said. Rescuers spotted “a delirious” Nicholas Cendoya, 19, after after crews received a tip from a hiker that a man was at the bottom of a steep ravine, reports CBS Los Angeles station KCBS-TV. He was barefoot and wearing shorts, the station says.
UPDATE I: Kyndall Jack , Second Missing Hiker Rescued in Orange County … Found Safe and Alive!
FANTASTIC NEWS … Both hikers have now been found safe who went missing Easter Sunday.
Rescue crews hoisted an injured Kyndall Jack into a helicopter Thursday after she was discovered clinging to the side of a cliff in the Trabuco Canyon area.
It had been four days since she went missing while hiking with a friend, 19-year-old Nicholas Cendoya.
When searchers found Cendoya dehydrated and exhausted on Wednesday night, he said they’d become separated and he hadn’t seen her recently.
But on Thursday, Jack’s voice secured her rescue, after her screams caught the attention of a search team.
They summoned additional rescuers and a helicopter, which eventually located the 18-year-old under a canopy of brush high on a hillside.