Frederick Donald Leach

February 11, 2011 by  
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Missing since: 03/17/76
Missing From: Laytonville,California
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 12/06/26
Age at Disappearance: 49
White Male-Tan complexion
Hair:Gray
Eyes: Blue
Height:5’8
Weight: 165 lbs.
Marks, Scars: He had a scar on the right side of his face from an animal bite.
Nicknames: Bill, Donald, William

Details of Disappearance
Mr Leach was residing approximately one mile south of Laytonville, California.

Mr Leach was a mechanic by trade and enjoyed tinkering with his vast collection of vehicles and motorcycles. Fredrick’s property in Laytonville, California was nearly paid off and, at 49 years old, he was looking forward to enjoying his eventual retirement.

Mr Leach  was last seen by his son  on March 17, 1976. Later that day, his best friend  contacted Mr Leach’s daughter and said that her fathers house was vandalized, lots of stuff was stolen and he was missing.

Among the items missing were several vehicles – a 1960s Ford Falcon, two Willy’s PU jeeps and two motorcycles – a Harley Davidson and a Suzuki.

It is believed that two big trucks were seen loading everything up,

According to the best friend, the last time he saw Mr Leach, he was limping. When he inquired as to the reason, Frederick allegedly told him he had been beaten up.

It is also believed that Frederick was involved in a dispute with some people,and that Frederick would not sell them some things they wanted, and one of the guys became furious.

Foul Play was suspected in Mr Leach’s disappearance after fresh blood was found on his property shortly after he disappeared.

Mr Leach is still missing and his case remains unsolved.

Investigative Agency
Mendocino County Sheriff (California)
707-467-9159 or 707-463-4086

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Alyssa Mclemore

February 11, 2011 by  
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Missing Since:04/09/09
Missing from Kent,Washington
Classification:Endangered Missing
Date of Birth:07/23/87
Age at Disappearance: 21
Asian female
Height: 5’1 – 5’3
Weight:130 pounds
Eyes:Brown
Hair:Black

Details of Disappearance
McLemore lived with her mother and grandmother in Kent, Washington at the time of her disappearance. Her grandmother spoke to her on the phone at 6:30 p.m. on April 9, 2009. McLemore’s mother was dying of scleroderma, a serious autoimmune disease, and on April 9 her grandmother told McLemore that her mother’s condition was worsening. McLemore assured her grandmother that she would come home. A witness reported seeing her in Kent that day, near 30th Avenue South and Kent-Des Moines Road. The witness saw a green 1990s model pickup truck, possibly with Oregon license plates, approach McLemore. She has never been heard from again. Her mother died three days later, but her family was unable to get in touch with her. The day after her mother’s death, McLemore’s cellular phone went out of service and stopped taking messages.

Authorities discovered McLemore’s cellular phoned dialed 911 at 9:15 p.m. on April 10, the day after she was last heard from. The dispatcher heard a woman asking for help, but the phone did not have a GPS sensor and its exact location could not be determined before the line went dead. Authorities believe the call came from the Kent area, however. The caller has never been identified.

McLemore has a young daughter whom she left in the care of her boyfriend, the child’s father. Her boyfriend describes her as a devoted parent who would not have abandoned the child.  Her case remains unsolved.

Investigating Agency
Kent Police Department
253-856-5800

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