Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Sara Kendall Smart has since been found deceased. This story touched really touched me. She was found stuffed inside a barrell. Who did this? Who could possibily do such a thing to such a beautiful person? Someone out there knows what happened.

Body identified as missing Haskell woman. Authorities identified the body found Sunday stuffed inside a 55-gallon barrel that had drifted onto the banks of a farm pond as Sarah Kendall Smart. Smart, 19, was reported missing Feb. 1. According to a report filed with the Muskogee Police Department, the teen was last seen the morning of Jan. 30. The teen’s mother, Laura Raney, said Smart caught a ride that morning from the family’s home in Haskell to Muskogee, where she had a doctor’s appointment and a scheduled court appearance. Smart appeared for neither.Smart’s skeletal remains were discovered Sunday by James Groover, who retrieved the steel barrel from a farm pond about five miles west of Haskell. The medical examiner used Smart’s dental records to confirm the missing teen’s identity. click here for more information -
Mom offers reward for missing daughterBy D.E. Smoot Phoenix Staff Writer The mother of a missing 19-year-old woman refuses to believe she may never see her daughter again and is offering a reward for information about her whereabouts.My heart’s broken, Laura Raney said about the disappearance of her daughter, Sara Kendall Smart. It’s been 90 days ...Smart was last seen at about 8:30 to 9 a.m. Jan. 30 near the McDonald’s restaurant at 32nd Street and Okmulgee Avenue. Raney said the teen had caught a ride from Haskell to Muskogee with her stepfather, Jerry Raney. Laura Raney said her daughter had an appointment with a doctor at 10:30 a.m. and was supposed to appear that afternoon for a preliminary hearing at the Muskogee County District Courthouse. Smart appeared for neither.Muskogee Police Investigator Ginny Bemo said she received a couple of tips during the first two weeks in February from callers who claimed Smart had been seen around town. Neither tip produced any leads, Bemo said. Since then, the trail has grown cold.
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Monday, September 29, 2008

Colton Levi Clark

DOB: May 24, 1996
Sex: Male
Missing Date: Apr 20, 2006
Race: White
Age Now: 12
Height: 4'4" (132 cm)
Missing City: WEWOKA
Weight: 65 lbs (29 kg)
Missing State : OK
Hair Color: Brown
Missing Country: United States
Eye Color: Hazel
He was last seen on April 20, 2006. He was wearing blue jeans, a sky-blue shirt, and white and blue tennis shoes. Colt wears glasses and has a scar above his left eyebrow.

Additional Stories Related to Case:

Search Continues For A Missing Seminole County BoyKOTV - 5/10/2006New developments in a case involving a Seminole County boy who's been missing for nearly three weeks.9-year-old Colton Clark's adoptive mother tells the News on 6, he is a victim of sexual abuse and child pornography, and she fears Colton could be with the people who used to abuse him.Investigators have been canvassing the state with flyers since Colton disappeared on April 20th. Becky Clark says she's now hired private investigators, which are posting Colton flyers across the nation. “I'm scared, I'm worried, but I am determined. I'm gathering strength I'm on the proactive searching mode and I will not stop."The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office says he's still following up leads, but thinks Colton may have run away.



Wow it's been along time since I have updated this blog. Time has just gone by so fast. Here is a lady that has been missing for almost two years now from the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. Please take a moment to read about her and look at her picture. Someone out there has to know what happened to her.

Patricia Leanne Peterson - Patty PetersonMissing Since November 4thTulsa, OK - Milan, NM - Patty's last confirmed sighting was at the QuikTrip Travel Center in Tulsa, OK (at I-44 Exit 238 at 161st E Ave). An eye witness and security camera have Patty getting into a truck driven by a female truck driver named Tatina (Tina). Patty was trying to get home to Phoenix, AZ. There are reports that she then showed up at the Petro Truck Stop in Milan, NM (I-40 Exit 79 (at Horizon Blvd) with the same person and another unknown female. She has not been seen or heard from since and Tatina (Tina) has disappeared. Any information, please email or call Tulsa CrimeStoppers at (918) 596-COPS Reference Report# 079617.


Monday, April 14, 2008

Brian Shaffer

Brian Shaffer has been missing since April 1, 2006. He had been with a group of friends that night at the Ugly Tuna Saloona located in Columbus, Ohio at
1546 N. High Streetm Columbus, Ohio 43201 (In The Campus Gateway. The last time anyone saw him again he was outside the bar at the top of an escalator talking to a couple of girls. Then he simply vanished. I don't know Brian personally and just happened to stumble upon his site (like I do most missing persons cases). According to the website that has been set up he was in his second year at Ohio State University as a medical student, was in a happy relationship and had no reason leave town without telling anyone. Please take a moment to visit his website. You never know maybe you might know something and not even realize it. This is just one of the hundreds of cases that baffle me. How could this man just disappear off the face of the earth?? There is someone out there that knows!!

DOB: 02-11-1979 (27 y/o at time of disappearance)
Height: 6'2" Weight: 160 - 170
Eyes: Hazel Hair: Brown
Body Art: Pearl Jam Symbol Tattooed on upper right arm

Click on the picture below and it will take you directly to his website.


Saturday, April 12, 2008

Jennifer Kesse

This is probably one of the most heart wrenching missing person stories I have read. I just happened to stumble upon it one day as I was googling missing persons. What happened to Jennifer? How can someone just disappear like this with no answers? Please take the time to visit her website. It doesn't take long at all. Below is information from the website about her disappearance. However, this is just one of the MANY information resources you will find at her site.
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Orange County deputies found the car belonging to a missing 24-year-old Orlando woman at the Huntington on the Green apartments at Americana and Texas on Thursday morning. Sheriff deputies acted on vehicle information provided from the news media.

Orlando police are leading the investigation into the disappearance of Jennifer Kesse who was last seen on Monday. Neither her family members nor friends have heard from her since then. Her family and police are hoping fliers with her picture will help track down the missing woman.

Deputies found the 2004 black Chevy Malibu belonging to Jennifer Kesse on Thursday morning.

Not knowing what has happened to Jennifer has been excruciating for the family and her friends. Wednesday, they were at the condo she moved into on her own just two months ago, hoping there will be some shred of evidence that will lead police to her.

"She is daddy's girl, she's not afraid to talk to myself or my wife about anything," said Drew Kesse, Jennifer’s father.

Jennifer is known to be extremely close to her family and friends. That's why they all now fear something is terribly wrong.

"I didn't think I'd ever talk on TV about my daughter being missing," Kesse said.

Police are calling her disappearance suspicious. Flyers with her picture are up all over the community in and around the Mosaic condos on Conroy Road, near the Mall at Millenia. Officers searched the thick brush just across from her condo.

The last she was heard from was Monday night. She called her father after getting home from work.

"That was it, just catching up, how ya doin'. We talk quite regularly. That was the last I spoke to her," he said.

She had just come back from a trip to the Virgin Islands this past weekend with her boyfriend who lives in South Florida. She drove up Monday morning from Fort Lauderdale and went straight to work at the Central Florida Investments Timeshare Company in Ocoee.

But, after speaking to her dad Monday night at her condo, she never showed up at work Tuesday morning and no one can get her on her cell phone.

Recently, she shared concerns about living at the condos, though she was proud she could afford the place just two years after graduating from the University of Central Florida.

"This was her pride and accomplishment, bought it by herself. She had some concerns with the maintenance crew," Kesse said.

Her boyfriend, Robert Allen, agreed saying she was uncomfortable with the workers around. The buildings had just recently been converted to condos and only a handful of residents live in her unit.

"Obviously, for me living three hours away, difficult hearing that with her saying I’m a little nervous here and there," Allen said.

Along with Jennifer, her car was missing. The 2004, black, 4-door Chevy Malibu with plate number H-9-0 K-Y-C was found Thursday morning. If you have any information about the woman's disappearance, call Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS.


Never Forgotten

All day yesterday I was trying to think of something that I would like to write about. Then all of a sudden it was like a light bulb went on in my head. Ever have those moments? I have always been interested, almost obsessive, about missing children and adults. I have never had anyone close to me disappear, but it's a huge fear of mine that it might happen someday. Then when I read these stories out there of people whose loved one's just simply vanished one day, I would literrally be in tears. Can you imagine what it must feel like to not know what has happened to your child, friend or relative??? I'm sure many of you can. So then I began thinking what can I do to help? Not that I haven't had these thoughts before, but I just really never really knew what to do. Well I started a blog a few days ago about my family and parenting. So I thought what a great idea to add another blog about missing people! If even just one person looks at my page it might make a difference. They might recognize or know information about this missing person. So here I am trying to make a difference. Trying to make sure that these adults and children are never forgotten.