18 Year Old Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell Missing Since 3/2/15 in Norfolk, VA (Update: Possible Sighting at VCU in Richmond)
18 year old Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell has been missing since Tuesday, March 2, 2015 in Norfolk, Virginia. She was last seen around 5:30 a.m. at her parent’s home in the Tarrallton Area of Norfolk. Her parents reported her missing around 9:15 that evening. Norfolk police said detectives have no indication of foul play; however, they are still looking for the missing 18 year old.
A missing Norfolk teenager may have been spotted on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University, police said Thursday.
They stress the sighting of 18-year-old Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell Wednesday on the Richmond campus has not been confirmed.
She was last heard from via text Tuesday morning around 5:30 a.m. Her parents reported her missing around 9:15 that night.
Her mother, Jennifer Hadsell is desperate to find her daughter. The Longwood University freshman was home for Spring Break.
Police say there is no indication of any foul play at this point, but they are actively searching for her. Her mom says something just doesn’t seem right.
“The conversation in my opinion was kind of off. I can’t be 100 percent sure I know that was my daughter I was texting. I know how she talks and I know the type of things she says,” said Hadsell.
The search for a missing Longwood college student is now entering its second week. Angelica “AJ” Hadsell, 18, was last seen at her family’s home in Norfolk. The teen had traveled to Norfolk for spring break.
Hadell may have been spotted on the Virginia Commonwealth University Monroe Park campus last Wednesday, a day after police said the teen was last seen at her parents Norfolk home. It is not confirmed that Hadell was actually on campus.
If anyone has any information as to the whereabouts of Anjelica Hadsell, or who have seen her in the last 24 hours, are encouraged to call Norfolk Police Detectives at 757-664-7026 or the Norfolk Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.
32 year old Kimberly Rouland has been missing since February 9, 2015 in Arcadia, New York. Rouland is described as approximately 5-foot-4, about 140 pounds, with red hair and blue eyes. According to authorities, Kimberly Rouland was last seen walking from the trailer park where she lived in the Wayne County town of Arcadia, 25 mile southeast of Rochester. The police say that the mother of three disappeared under suspicious conditions. Her husband, 38 year old Thomas Rouland, has provided “no assistance” to the police after reporting her missing. That is never a good sign.
Authorities say Kimberly Rouland was last seen walking from the trailer park where she lived in the Wayne County town of Arcadia, 25 mile southeast of Rochester.
State police and other law enforcement agencies resumed searching Tuesday morning in wooded areas and apple orchards outside the neighboring village of Newark. Local media report Rouland’s estranged husband told police he last saw her on Feb. 9.
Troopers say the mother of three disappeared under suspicious conditions. Searches by multiple law enforcement agencies and interviews with neighbors and relatives have so far turned up no sign of Rouland.
More than 80 officers and a dozen K-9 dogs from multiple agencies have begun a new, “massive” search for a woman who went missing last month.
State police, Newark, N.Y. police, the state Department of Envionmental Conservation and members of Cayuga County Search and Rescue began the upgraded search for 32-year-old Kimberly Rouland this morning, WHEC in Rochester reported.
Their search will focus on three particular spots near her home at the Forest County Trailer Park on Fairville-Maple Ridge Road, which includes wooded areas and apple orchards. Her estranged husband, Thomas Rouland, told police she told him she had to take “care of some personal business” and “she would be right back,” the Greece Post reported.
If anyone has any information regarding Kimberly Rouland, please contact either state police in Lyons at 315-946-3040, state police in Canandaigua at 585-398-4100 or the Wayne County 911 Center at 315-946-9711.
23 Year Old University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Student Lisa Helms Missing Since 3/1/15 in Milwaukee, WI
23 year old Lisa Helms has been missing since Sunday, March 1, 2015 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Lisa Helms, a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student, was last seen around 2:30 a.m. Sunday at Brewski’s Sports Bar near 76th Street and Bluemound Road in Milwaukee, WI. Helms was apparently heading down 76th Street and had cell phone contact with her parents after her car got stuck in snow. Helms was wearing a black coat, blue jeans, a sweater and was carrying a backpack when she was last seen walking southbound from the bar.
Her vehicle was located on the property of State Fair Park. State Fair Park police have recovered Helms’ keys. According to WTMJ, police did find Helms’ her car in West Allis around 9 a.m. Sunday, it was unlocked, with the keys inside.
Missing – 23 year old Lisa Helms
Helms is a student at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She was last seen around 2:30 a.m. Sunday at Brewski’s Bar near 76th Street and Bluemound Road, where she went for help after her car became stuck.
Her mother said Helms has bipolar disorder, has difficulty making sound decisions and could be vulnerable to strangers.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Lisa Helms, please contact Whitewater police at 262-473-0555.
Police Conduct Search on Friday 2/26/15 for Clues in Case of 33 Year Old Michelle Parker Missing in 11/17/11 in Orlando, Florida
A search for Michelle Parker, an Orlando mother of three who has been missing since 2011 resumed on Friday, Feb. 26. More than three years after Parker went missing, investigators, as part of a training exercise, searched in the location of Lee Vista and Semoran Boulevard. Friday’s search location was in a wooded area on the edge of Orlando International Airport, which is just west of the location where Parker’s phone last pinged. Unfortunately, Sgt. Wanda Ford, Orlando police spokeswoman said nothing significant was found during the search.
Missing – Michelle Parker
Michelle Parker went missing on 11/17/11 in Orlando, FL. Parker vanished on the same day following the airing of “The People’s Court” episode that she and her former fiance, Dale Smith, appeared on arguing over a lost engagement ring. Also according to reports, the two had quite a rocky road and violent past between Parker and Smith. Michelle Parker was last known to be alive when she was dropping off her twin children at Smith’s condo near Goldenrod Road and Lee Vista Boulevard in Orlando. Dale Smith was named as a suspect in her disappearance, but he was never charged.
As aspect of a instruction exercise, Orlando Police Department’s search-and-rescue group combed a huge field Friday for clues about the disappearance of a woman reported missing far more than three years ago.
Investigators in the disappearance of Michelle Parker searched in the location of Lee Vista and Semoran Boulevard, close to the Orlando International Airport, for about 3 hours. Parker vanished in November 2011 just after dropping off her young twins with her ex-fiancé, Dale Smith.
Smith has been named a suspect in the case, but has not been charged.
Police have previously searched the exact same area just after her cell telephone was discovered not far from the region.
Sgt. Wanda Ford, Orlando police spokeswoman, mentioned absolutely nothing considerable was discovered in the course of the search.
If anyone has any information regarding the case of missing Michelle Parker , please contact the Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477.
51 year old Lisa Hayden-Gordon has been missing since attending a January 24, 2015 concert at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Lisa Hayden-Gordon vanished after using the restroom at the nearby Poorhouse bar. However, on Friday, a submerged vehicle that belongs to the missing woman was found with a body inside in the New River near a Fort Lauderdale marina. Volunteers searching the waterway near Cooley’s Landing Marina with sonar equipment detected the blue 2003 Hyundai Elantra underwater Friday morning and alerted police. The authorities are not confirming the identity of the individual yet found inside the vehicle; however, the vehicle is that of missing Lisa Hayden-Gordon.
A submerged vehicle that belongs to a woman who went missing last month was found with a body inside in the New River near a Fort Lauderdale marina, police said Friday.
Police divers in the water near Cooley’s Landing Marina, along the 400 block of Southwest Seventh Avenue, confirmed that it was Lisa Hayden-Gordon’s car.
The 51-year-old piano instructor, lovingly known as “Miss Noodles,” went missing Jan. 24, police said.
Police confirmed there was a body inside the vehicle but have not identified the person. According to Detective Tracy Figone, volunteers searching the waterway with sonar equipment detected the blue 2003 Hyundai Elantra underwater Friday morning and alerted police.
“At this time, we are not confirming who that person is that’s deceased,” Figone said. “It’s an undetermined death at this point.”