Sadly police have identified the body of an African-American female found on November 6, 2012, as that of Alicia Moore, 16, who has been missing since November 2 from Greenville, Texas.
Police in Greenville, Texas, have announced that they are searching for a missing teen, Alicia Moore, 16, who has been missing since November 2, 2012. Alicia was last seen getting off the school bus that Friday afternoon at the corner of at the corner of Bourland and Walnut streets.
After nearly 25 years in prison Jose Antonio Ramos, the former prime suspect in the Etan Patz case, who was convicted on unrelated charges of child molestation in Pennsylvania, is set to go free. Meanwhile prosecutors in New York have not indicated publicly if they have enough evidence to pursue a murder conviction against suspect Pedro Hernandez.
One week after Jessica’s disappearance investigators are attempting to identify a body found seven miles from the site of her abduction, while FBI release tips to the public for identifying a possible suspect in this case. Federal investigators, not discounting a possible connection to an abduction that occurred three days after Jessica’s, have released a description of the suspect in that case and a photo and description of that vehicle.
Police have issued and Amber Alert in the case of missing child Jessica Ridgeway, who left her home Friday morning, but never made it to school. A backpack and a water bottle believed to belong to the missing girl, 10, were found by an area neighbor.
Though her stepmother later said 10-year-old Zahra died on September 24, 2010, she didn’t report her missing until October 9. Read the tragic story of a young girl whose fight with cancer was an inspiration to those around her, and whose gruesome murder garnered international attention.
Stephen Birch, a South African real estate developer, initially unconnected to the case of Madeline McCann, developed an interest her disappearance, as people often do in high-profile missing child cases. Birch however, went quite a bit further, conducted his own unofficial investigation, and now believes he may have found Madeline’s grave.
Gabrielle Swainson, 16, has been missing since August 18, when her mother came home from an overnight shift to find that her daughter, who had been in her pajamas and asleep, was gone. With no sign of the girl, no forced entry, and no leads, police were unable to issue and Amber Alert for the missing teen. Even now police are still piecing together what happened, and Gabbiee is still missing.
Ariel Courtland stated in an affidavit that she does not want to marry for love, but to find out what happened to her daughter. As weird as this may sound, she’s not the first to think of it.
Jhessye Shockley, 5, seems to have joined the growing ranks of children reported missing by their killer, often a parent. On September 6 police in Glendale, Ariz., arrested Jerice Hunter for the murder of her daughter Jhessye after she was indicted by a grand jury.