David Lovely

April 30, 2010 by  
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Missing Since: 08/05/85
Missing from: Fort Bridger, Wyoming
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date of Birth: 08/29/65
Age at disappearance: 19 years old
Height:6’4
Weight: 160 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian male. Blond to brown hair, blue eyes. Lovely has large scars across his abdomen below his ribcage, the result of extensive kidney surgery in childhood.
Clothing/Jewelry Description: A white pullover sweatshirt or polo shirt, a red nylon windbreaker, a green Army fatigue jacket, brown cotton pants and sneakers.

Details of Disappearance
Lovely was moving with his family from Massachusetts to California in August 1985, when he became separated from them. His family was riding in a large U-Haul truck, and Lovely rode his burgundy or maroon 1978 Model 1100 Yamaha motorcycle with California license plates 8N3477. The motorcycle was outfitted with saddlebags and a luggage rack. Lovely’s family stopped every thirty miles to check on him.

In Evanston, Illinois, Lovely’s family wanted to stop and he wanted to keep going. They let him go. Later, Lovely called his aunt and claimed his motorcycle had broken down in Fort Bridger, Wyoming but that a “rough-looking” man with his own motorcycle had fixed it at Bingo Truck Stop. Lovely claimed to be afraid of the man. He never contacted his loved ones again. Lovely was carrying about $150 in cash at the time of his disappearance.

Nine days later, campers found Lovely’s motorcycle in an isolated area off South Baxter Road in a small draw of dirt road just east of the Sweetwater County Airport in Rock Springs, Wyoming. The keys were in it and it had half a tank of gasoline and was in running condition. An extensive search of the surrounding area turned up no sign of Lovely. His aunt stated he was close to his family and she didn’t believe he vanished of his own accord. His case remains unsolved.

Some agencies say Lovely disappeared from Huntington Beach, California. Both Wyoming and California police departments are investigating his case.

Investigating Agency
Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Department
307-872-6350
OR
Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation
307-777-7181
OR
Huntington Beach Police Department
714-536-5641

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Raymond Walker

April 30, 2010 by  
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Missing from: Oak Island, North Carolina
Missing Since: 11/15/08
Classification: Missing
Date of Birth: 09/23/51
Age at disappearance: 57
Height:5’8
Weight:150 – 180 pounds
Hair: Gray
Eyes: Brown
Distinguishing Characteristics:. Walker is balding. He had a gray beard and mustache at the time of his disappearance. His eyesight is very poor and he wears large wire-framed eyeglasses with thick lenses. His nickname is Greg.

Details of Disappearance
Walker was last seen in Oak Island, North Carolina on November 15, 2008. He has never been heard from again. He owns a home in the Oak Island area, and also one in Boston, Massachusetts. Few details are available in his case.

Investigating Agency
Oak Island Police Department
910-278-5595

Oak Island police search for missing man

January 28, 2009

The Oak Island Police Department is asking the public to help locate a man who has been missing since Nov. 15.

Raymond Gregory Walker, 57, is a white man, who goes by Greg, and is about 5 feet 8 inches tall. He weighs 150 pounds, has gray hair and a gray bushy beard, according to a statement from Detective Kristy Cox.

Although there are no obvious signs of foul play, police are concerned because friends and family haven’t seen Walker in more than two months, said Oak Island Police Chief Van Eddinger.

The department began looking for Walker after his family reported him missing in November.

Walker’s name has been entered in a national database and police have checked with his former employers, Eddinger said. He has a home locally and also spends time in Boston, Mass., Eddinger said.

Authorities ask anyone who might know where Walker is to call the Oak Island Police Department at (910) 278-5595.

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Wesley Morgan

April 27, 2010 by  
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Missing since: 05/15/01
Missing from: Clinton, Louisiana
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 03/14/99
Age at disappearance: 2
Height: 3’0″
Weight: 40 lbs
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Race: White
Gender: Male
Clothing: Gray Mickey Mouse t-shirt, blue shorts
with a green stripe extending down one of the legs and sandals

Details of Disappearance
Wesley resided with his mother and her former boyfriend in a rented home along US Highway 63 near the Bluff Creek community. He was last seen playing with puppies on the front porch at approximately 9:45am. Wesley has never been heard from again.

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Investigative Agency
East Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office
225-683-5459

Age Progressed to 12 yrs old

Age Progressed to 12 yrs old

 

Baby-selling charge on mother dismissed

Published: Jun 10, 2008

The state Attorney General’s Office has decided not to prosecute a Jackson woman accused of trying to sell her infant last year, the woman’s attorney said Monday.

Ruby Renee Havard, 26, faced a charge of attempted sale of a minor child after being arrested by Jackson police on Jan. 3.

In addition to a boy born last year, Havard is the mother of Wesley Dale Morgan, who was 2 years old when he disappeared from his rural East Feliciana Parish home on May 15, 2001. The boy has never been found.

Havard’s court-appointed attorney, Rhonda Covington, said she received word of the decision to dismiss the charge Friday in a letter from Assistant Attorney General Matthew B. Derbes.

Covington said she did not know what prompted the dismissal, but she added, “It was the right thing to do.”

“There never was any evidence that she tried to sell her baby,” Covington said.

Tammi Arender Herring, spokeswoman for Attorney General James “Buddy” Caldwell, said the Attorney General’s Office received new evidence from witnesses in the case that was not originally provided to police or 20th Judicial District Attorney Sam D’Aquilla.

“That information provided reasonable doubt that the payments made to Ruby Havard were unlawful in nature. The law does allow someone to pay the medical expenses, including hospital, testing, nursing, pharmaceutical, travel or other similar expenses. Based on that new information, we didn’t think this case was suitable for prosecution,” Herring said in a prepared statement.

D’Aquilla filed the formal charge against Havard, but Covington persuaded a district judge to remove D’Aquilla from the case because she would have called him as a witness had the case gone to trial.

Covington said a couple approached Havard’s mother and Havard before she gave birth last fall to ask if she would let them adopt the child, who was fathered by Havard’s boyfriend.

Havard and the couple talked to several lawyers about an adoption, including D’Aquilla, but neither party could afford to pay a lawyer to handle the adoption, Covington said.

The couple and Havard then went before a notary to sign a statement in which Havard agreed to give up the baby for a specified amount of money, police said.

Covington said the money was meant to cover legitimate expenses, but to be legal, the payments needed a judge’s approval.

After giving birth, Havard “bonded” with the baby and changed her mind about giving him up, resulting in the couple going to Jackson police.

“Had she given the baby to them, this wouldn’t have come up,” Covington said.

Covington said she and her client rejected a plea bargain in which Havard would receive a five-year prison sentence, conditioned upon her telling authorities where to find Wesley Dale Morgan.

“She doesn’t know,” Covington said, adding that law enforcement officers who say otherwise have no evidence to back up their claims.

“She was a teenager with a fifth-grade education when the child disappeared, yet she was supposed to outsmart the Sheriff’s Office and the FBI?” Covington said.

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Denise Porch

April 27, 2010 by  
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Missing since 07/31/75
Missing from:from Charlotte,North Carolina
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 03/25/54
Age at  Disappearance: 21
Height: 5’6″
Weight:145
Hair: Long blonde
Eyes: Blue
White female

Circumstances of Disappearance
Porch disappeared from her job as manager of the Yorktown Apartments at 254 Tyvola Road in Charlotte, North Carolina on July 31, 1975.

Porch had moved to Charlotte from Denton, about 60 miles northeast of the city, after marrying the man she’d dated since they met as teens in Myrtle Beach. The two lived at the Yorktown Apartments off Tyvola Road.

She worked as a resident manager there, showing available units during the day.

She was last seen showing a man around the Yorktown Apartments. There were no signs of a struggle in Porch’s apartment. The television was on, and the air conditioning left running. Her purse lay on a table and her Camaro was parked outside. The only things missing from her home were the keys to the vacant apartments and a log of available units that she showed prospective tenants. When her husband came home from work around 20.00, her usual note hung on the door: She’d left to show an apartment.

She is believed to have been abducted at gunpoint or knife point during the day. Police mounted a widely publicized search for Porch. Eventually, the leads trailed off. On September 16, 1982, she was declared legally dead.

A former electrician who lived about 300 yards from her apartment complex — and who was later convicted of killing two SC. women — was a suspect but never confessed to her abduction. He was executed in South Carolina’s electric chair.

Investigative Agency:
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (North Carolina)
704-336-3949

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Austin Renshaw

April 19, 2010 by  
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Missing Since: 10/27/03
Missing from :SeaTac, Washington
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 01/11/ 81
Age at disappearance: 22
Height: 6’1″
Weight: 160 lbs.
Hair Color: Dark blond/brown/sandy
Eye Color: Hazel
Race: White
Gender: Male
Distinguishing Characteristics: Tattoo of a Chinese
character under left forearm

Details of Disappearance
Almost two weeks after his disappearance, Austin’s 1993 silver Chevrolet Cavalier was located abandoned in the parking lot of Chinook Middle School, 25 miles from his home. Inside was a partially eaten breakfast from McDonald’s and some cash. A McDonald’s receipt shows that the meal was purchased around 7:30 a.m. on October 27th in Spring Glen. Austin’s roommates told his father that they last saw him two weeks prior to his car being found and commented that he may have committed suicide.

Investigators questioned several friends and associates, as well as searched the home he shared with his roommates, but found no leads. Austin was trying to make a fresh start after a battle with substance abuse. He regularly attended church, and was believed to have been attending several.

A few days before his disappearance he told his sister that he was afraid someone would try to kill him. No sightings have been reported since his disappearance. Foul play is suspected.

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Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
King County Sheriff’s Office (Washington)
or
Crime Stoppers
(800) 274-6313

Family pleads for answers in man’s disappearance

Oct 27, 2006

“I just miss him…more than anything.”

When Venus Renshaw told us that with tears in her eyes in February of 2004, her brother Austin had already been missing four months.

October 26, 2006 marked the third anniversary of of the Maple Valley man’s disappearance. His car was found abandoned in the parking lot of Chinook Middle School in SeaTac. And in the first months of the investigation detectives were led to believe the 22 year old had likely been murdered.

Now these three years later Austin’s aunt Laurice Dorman is among those begging for answers.

“I just wish somebody would come forward and tell us where he is,” she said. “If they have any heart at all they would.”

She was part of a large gathering of family and friends at the Maple Valley Community Center on Thursday night to mark the third anniversary of Austin’s mysterious disappearance. His father Lorne Renshaw, who has since accepted the fact this his son is probably dead, begged for the chance to at least find his son’s body.

“I believe this has happened in my heart,” he said. “And I just want to find him and bring him home.”

Now the Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound reward for information in the case is up to $10,000. And at the Thursday night vigil, Austin’s face and the Crime Stopper’s reward poster were unveiled on a rolling billboard: a truck outfitted with illuminated posters offered by Gomobile Advertising.

“Austin deserves this,” said Lorne Renshaw standing in front of the truck. “And we’re doing what we can.”

Lorne Renshaw, a professional musician, offered a prayerful song to his son at the candlelight vigil. Austin’s mom Debbie Eklund offered the hope she has left.

“I know that no matter where my son is, where our Austin is, he is with the Lord and the Lord is walking with him whether he is in heaven or he is alive. I know that the Lord is walking with my son.”

If he is alive, Austin Renshaw would now be 25. He is 6’1″ and 160 lbs. He has hazel eyes and a 1 1/2″ by 2″ tattoo of a Chinese character under his left forearm.

If you have any information that can help with this case you are asked to call Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at 1-800-CRIME-13 (1-800-274-3313). All calls are confidential. If a caller wishes to remain anonymous they are assigned a pin number of their choosing. If their information leads to Austin’s recovery or charges filed in the case that confidential pin number is used to access reward funds.

“Hopefully bring closure to this case,” said Myrle Carnan of Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound. “Hopefully find Austin alive. It’s happened before. But the longer it goes the harder it is. It’s got the wrong signs,” he said of the homicide investigation, “but the fact is maybe he’s out there somewhere yet.”

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Tabitha Franklin

April 5, 2010 by  
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Missing from: Cullman, Alabama
Missing since: 08/08/09
Classification: Missing
White Female
Age at disappearance: 28
Date of Birth: 09/15/80
Hair: Blonde
Eyes: Green
Height: 5’6
Weight:140
Nickname: Tabby
Scars, Tattoos: A angel on her right arm,a scroll on her left arm, a butterfly in between her shoulders and a rose on her ankle.
C-section scar on abdomen and a small scar on her nose.
Clothing: Last seen wearing a black dress

Circumstances of Disappearance:
Tabitha was last seen at a friends home in WestPoint, Alabama. She was then picked up by an adult male acquaintance and driven to Hueytown. The adult make stated that he dropped her off, went to do errands and when he returned to pick her up, she was gone.

Investigative Agency:
Cullman Co Sheriffs Office
256-734-0342

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