15 year old Haley Marie Rankin has been missing since Tuesday, March 10, 2015 in Simpson County, Mississippi. Haley Marie Rankin was last seen Tuesday around 1 AM. Authorities say Haley Marie Rankin was last seen about 10 a.m. Tuesday near Highway 13 North, near Rankin County.
Haley Marie Rankin – Source: Simpson Co. Sheriffs Office
Haley Marie Rankin, 15, was last seen Tuesday around 1 a.m. Authorities believe Haley may have been on Mississippi 13 North, near Rankin County around 10 a.m.
Haley was last seen wearing a white t-shirt with small holes around the bottom and orange shorts.
If anyone has any information regarding Haley’s whereabouts is asked to call the Simpson County Sheriff’s Dept. at 601-847-2921.
14 year old Ariana-Lei Poitra has been missing since March 5, 2015 in Fargo, North Dakota.
14-year-old Ariana-Lei Poitra was last seen one week ago wearing a purple shirt, black leggings, knee high white socks, gold colored Ugg boots and a gray leather coat.
She also had a black and white camouflage backpack.
Poitra is white, 5’5″, 140 pounds.
She wears glasses and has tattoos on her right hand.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Ariana-Lei Poitra, please call their local law enforcement, or Fargo police at (701) 235-4493.
22 year old Alyssa Whitcomb has been missing since March 4, 2015 in Toledo, Ohio. Whitcomb was on her way to a job interview at Downtown Latte Coffeehouse on St. Clair Street around 2 p.m. that Wednesday, but never showed up. Whitcomb is part of the Toledo Volunteers of America, where she had been in a drug rehab program.
Whitcomb is described as 5 feet 3 inches, weighs 150 pounds, has brown eyes and brown hair with blond highlights in the front. She has a diamond piercing below her lip and a piercing on her chest. She also had three tattoos: Chinese writing on her shoulder, purple lilies down her left side, and green Chinese writing on her lower back.
Whitcomb disappeared March 4 from the Toledo Volunteers of America, where she had been in a drug rehab program. As part of the program, they help the participants find jobs to pay off their court fees.\
The 22-year-old had been on her way to a job interview at Downtown Latte Coffeehouse on St. Clair Street around 2 p.m. that Wednesday, but never showed up, according to information family said they received from Toledo police. Detectives at the station are not releasing information to media.
A Mansfield friend in the program went with Whitcomb to the interview, Long said. Both were supposed to return to the VOA by 4 p.m. The friend returned, but Whitcomb did not, Long said.
The friend said they don’t know what happened to her, Long said.
Then, around 7 p.m. that night, another friend in Mansfield reported getting a call from someone they believed to be Whitcomb. The caller asked for a ride from Toledo, but the woman said she didn’t have money to make the drive. The caller hung up.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact their local police station. Toledo police can be reached at 419-245-3142; Ashland police can be reached at 419-289-3639; Mansfield police can be reached at 419-522-1234.
Search and Rescue Underway for 7 Marines & 4 Soldiers Missing After Army Helicopter Crashes During a Night Training Exercise at Eglin Air Force Base in the Florida Panhandle (Update: Debris Found, Presumed Dead)
There is a search and rescue missing taking place after an Army helicopter crashed last night during a night training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base in the Florida Panhandle. According to Andy Bourland, spokesman for Eglin Air Force Base, the Army National Guard helicopter, a UH-60 Black Hawk, was reported missing around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, and search-and-rescue crews found debris around 2 AM. There were two helicopters involved in the training mission, one returned without incident. The Marines were part of a special operations group based at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, and the soldiers were from a Hammond, Louisiana-based National Guard unit. Sadly, this does not look good. Although a search and rescue mission is underway, it appears that all may have died.
Seven Marines and four soldiers were missing early Wednesday after an Army helicopter crashed during a night training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base in the Florida Panhandle.
The area where the crash happened Tuesday night was under a fog advisory. The area was still extremely foggy Wednesday morning, Eglin public affairs specialist Sara Vidoni said.
Search crews in the Florida Panhandle struggled with dense fog Wednesday morning as they tried to find seven Marines and four soldiers missing after their Black Hawk helicopter crashed late Tuesday night during a routine training exercise.
The Army National Guard helicopter– a UH-60 Black Hawk– was reported missing around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, and search-and-rescue crews found debris around 2 a.m., said Andy Bourland, spokesman for Eglin Air Force Base, outside Pensacola.
“At this time all are missing,” Bourland said. A military official said the 11 service members are presumed dead.
Bourland told “Fox & Friends” that debris was found near the Navarre Bridge, which is located on a small strip of land between Choctawhatchee Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
Seven Marines and four soldiers were presumed dead this morning after going missing Tuesday when a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed during a routine night training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, base officials said
The helicopter was reported missing at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and debris was located at about 2 a.m., base officials said in a statement.
Eglin Air Force Base spokesman Andy Bourland told ABC News that it’s unknown whether weather played a factor.
“There was fog. I do not know at this time if it was a contributing factor, but when our search-and-rescue personnel arrived on scene there was very limited visibility,” he said.
We have been able to confirm these were MARSOC Marines on board the Blackhawk that crashed, but MARSOC spokesmen Capt. Barry Morris said they are not releasing the names of those on board yet.
There was some debris found around 2:30 Wednesday morning, but none of the seven missing marines or four Louisiana-based missing soldiers have been found.
17 year old Mackenzie Dodd has been missing since Wednesday, March 4, 2015 in East Ridge, TN. She has a medical history and may be in need of medication and is believed by authorities to be voluntarily missing from the home. Police describe Dodd as 5’5″, 140 lbs., with blonde hair and blue eyes. She may have a purple streak in her hair.
Missing – Mackenzie Dodd
The East Ridge Police Department is seeking information regarding the whereabouts of Mackenzie Dodd. She is 17 and was reported missing/endangered from East Ridge last Wednesday.
She is 5’5”, 140 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. She may have a purple streak in her hair. She has a medical history and may be in need of medication. She is believed to be voluntarily missing from the home.
If anyone has any information as to the whereabouts of Mackenzie Dodd is urged to contact the East Ridge Police Department at 423 867-3720, or the confidential tip line, 423 867-0016.