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Massachusetts: Unidentified earthly body of Female Child
(Deer Island) Caucasian or Hispanic
Found in rubbish bag June 2015
Investigators say they believe the toddler was about 4 years old when she died, and had brown eyes and brown hair that was about 14 inches long. She was about 3 1/2 feet tall and weighed just over 30 pounds, which is normal for her height.
The cause or manner of the toddler's death hasn't been determined, investigators said, adding that there needs to be additional testing.
The investigation is ongoing. Authorities have asked the public to call them at 617-727-8817 or 617-539-5806 if they notice that a toddler is missing.

http://m.wcvb.com/news/more-information-expected-on-child-found-dead-on-deer-island/33950600
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William Mays, Jr., May 2, 2015, Forsyth, Missouri
VERY TALL:  6'9" !!!!
URGENT MEDICAL/SPECIAL NEEDS ‪#‎MISSING‬
Name: William Mays, Jr.
Nicknames: Will
Date Missing: May 02, 2015
Missing From: Forsyth, Missouri
Age at time missing: 35
Race: Caucasian
Hair Color: Brown
Hair Style: Short, cropped
Eye Color: Blue
Height: 6'9"
Weight: 229 lbs.
Clothing last known wearing: Blue jeans, brown shoes, and a tan jacket.
Other identifying feature: Will is 6' 9" tall.
Circumstances: William is a mentally challenged adult that is 6’9” tall. He left his group home in the Forsyth, Missouri area on foot. He may be confused and upset.
Name of Police Agency: Taney County Sheriff
Name of Detective Assigned: Dave Forest
Phone number of Police Agency: 417-546-7251
Missing Person Case #: 15-03289
http://lostnmissing.org/missing/williammaysjr/
NamUs: pending
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If you truly want to show support to those who give of themselves, who are members of our military, and for whatever reason...due to being distressed, PTSD, an accident, or God forbid...foul play, then we would hope to see far more shares of those with missing posters, than a mere handful. :(
When our loved dog went missing (overnight) I woke to 10,300 shares! She went viral and found safe the next day!! Why can't we see the same for those in need? Somebody's loving family member? A human being? A member of our military! Show your support to their families...do it for them! SHARE! Because, it's true.....we ARE the land of the free, BECAUSE of the brave. Thank you.
https://www.facebook.com/MilitaryLostnmissing/photos_stream?ref=page_internal
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Click link to page with missing posters. Thank you!
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Our hearts and prayers to the family of Taylor S. Clark whose earthly body was found. A victim of murder for a car he was selling on Craigslist. As a mother, I cannot ...not one iota...begin to imagine the pain that his mother and family feels. A brilliant young college student, a loving and caring young man....his life snuffed out by someone who felt entitled to steal his car and who felt entitled to cold bloodily murder someone's child. Prayers for strength to his family, friends and all that love and will miss him....and prayers for justice.

Media:
http://www.ksdk.com/story/news/crime/2015/05/06/taylor-clark-body-found-hazelwood/70879300/

 http://fox2now.com/2015/05/06/body-of-taylor-clark-reportedly-found-major-case-squad-activated/
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Our prayers for all who love and will miss Harry.


Authorities said Monday a body found in the water on Sunday in the northeast area of Rochester is that of a college student who was reported missing last month.
Authorities found a body at about 7 p.m. Sunday floating in the water on the 4600 block of East River Road NE. The body was taken to the Southern Minnesota Regional Medical Examiner's Office in Rochester for identification and an autopsy.
The body was identified as 21-year-old William "Harry" Harrison Hempy. Hempy had been reported missing to the Rochester Police Department on March 26 and was last heard from the day before. Hempy had spoken to his father via cell phone and told him he would not be home in time for a scheduled outing because he was going out for a run.

Source: http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2015/04/27/police-body-found-is-missing-rochester-man/


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Five families bonded together to find their loving sons. Most need medical attention and their families are extremely distraught. They all went missing at various times, none knew each other prior and all with different circumstances. However, all five remain missing and need to be found. They all need media attention, they need your help. Thank you. If you are media, please contact me for direct family information. We need everyone to be aware in case they recognize these young men. Thank you.
For details, see:
https://www.facebook.com/MissingCalifornia5
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Case Report - NamUs UP # 13746
Case Information
Status Unidentified
Case number 20141064
Date found July 05, 2014 03:29
Date created April 20, 2015 11:49
Date last modified June 08, 2015 14:46
Investigating agency
date QA reviewed
Local Contact (ME/C or Other)
Agency Sullivan Cnty Coroners Ofc
Phone 845-794-3000 ext 3161
Case Manager
Name Peter Ramos
Phone 845-794-7100
Demographics
Estimated age Adult - Pre 30
Minimum age 20 years
Maximum age 30 years
Race White
Ethnicity Hispanic/Latino
Sex Male
Weight (pounds) 160, Estimated
Height (inches) 63, Estimated
Probable year of death 2014 to 2014
Estimated postmortem interval 1 Days
Circumstances
Location Found
GPS coordinates
Address 1 491 Anawana Lake Road
Address 2
City Monticello
State New York
Zip code 12701
County Sullivan
Circumstances
John Doe has pictures from the hospital, autopsy and the morgue.
(extremely graphic)
Physical
Hair color Black
Head hair
Straight Black hair and is approximately 1" in length.
Body hair
Small amount of chest hair.
Facial hair
There is an approximately 1/4" mustache and goatee.
Left eye color Brown
Right eye color Brown
Eye description
The eyes have brown irides and clear conjuntivae without petechiae, hemorrhage, or jaundice.
No other distinctive body features
Status: Fingerprint information is available and entered
Clothing and Accessories
No clothing or accessories
Clothing and accessories are described below
Clothing on body
The body was received nude to autopsy.
Clothing with body
At the scene of the pool the John Doe's clothing that were recovered was one camouflage Rothco pants size 30, one black Call of Duty Ghost t-shirt size medium, one white t-shirt size medium, and one gray and black NY Yankee baseball hat size 7 1/8.
Footwear
At the scene of the pool the John Doe's foot wear was recovered one pair of gray and lime green NIKE AirMax size 7.5.
Jewelry
None
Eyewear
None
Other items found
with body
None
Dental
Status: Dental information / charting is currently not available
DNA
Status: Samples submitted - Tests not complete
Images
Facial/case ID
Public viewable
John Doe at hospital Facial/case ID
Public viewable
Morgue photo
Documents
There are currently no documents available for this case.
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SOLVED!
St. Petersburg Police Department
WHO IS JANE DOE? IINVESTIGATOR SOLVES 42 YEAR MYSTERY

On the early morning hours of June 9th, 1973, a teen aged girl was struck by a vehicle in the 800 block of 11th Avenue South and died from her injuries. Detectives who investigated the death eventually charged a man with having pushed the girl in front the car after an altercation, but the charges were later dropped by the State Attorney who was unable to prove the man’s intent. The girl, who detectives were certain was not from the area, was unable to be positively identified despite having been in contact with police officers in the days before her death. She remained as a “Jane Doe” to police and the medical examiner, and she was eventually buried at Memorial Park Cemetery in an unmarked grave.

Through the years the case remained open and the victim, unidentified.
In 2006, Investigator Brenda Stevenson began looking into cold case for the St. Petersburg Police Department. She reviewed the case of Jane Doe and searched missing person’s cases from throughout Florida and across the country in an attempt to bring a name to the young victim and closure to a family in search of a loved one. By 2010, Investigator Stevenson discussed with the Medical Examiner’s Office the possibility of exhuming Jane Doe’s body in the hope that evolving DNA science might finally identify the teen.
The Medical Examiner’s Office contacted University of South Florida Anthropology Professor Erin Kimmerle, and a joint effort was undertaken to exhume the bodies of Jane Doe and two other unidentified victims, all buried in so called pauper’s graves at Memorial Park. DNA samples were taken from the remains and a profile was established for each. Investigator Stevenson continued to search out cases of missing young women that might prove to be Jane Doe.
In 2013, Investigator Stevenson was contacted by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). It publicized the case of Jane Doe in the hopes that someone might recognize the girl. The National Center placed a post on FaceBook On October 8, 2014, titled: “Do you recognize this teenage girl who was in St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1973?” The post
provided key information about the unidentified girl, including the name she had given police during the encounter in the days before her death: Janice Marie Brock.
More than three months passed, when January 28, 2015, the St. Petersburg Police Department received a call from Timothy Young in Monroe, North Carolina. Young told Investigator Stevenson that he had been searching for his sister, Janice Marie Young, also known as Marie, since 1973. Mr. Young said that his sister ran away from their home in Newport News, Virginia, and was never seen or heard from again. He went on to tell Investigator Stevenson that the siblings had been adopted in January 1969, and that their birth last name was legally changed from Brock to Young.
Mr. Young had searched for his sister under their adopted name of Young through the years, until he decided to search the Internet using his sister’s birth last name of Brock. He found the artist composite of Jane Doe and realized the composite looked like to be his sister.
He agreed to give a DNA sample and it was confirmed, Jane Doe was his 17 year old sister, Janice Marie Young, who ran away in 1973. He plans to take her remains home and give her a proper memorial and burial.

Hear some of Investigator Stevenson's comments on the case:
https://youtu.be/v8F0Ix1CBQd


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Wow! That was amazing! Now she can rest in peace.
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Missing: Shanna Peoples
Case: Vulnerable Missing (Special Needs)
Alias: Shanna McKee , Shanna Peoples-McKee
Missing From: Geneva, Alabama
Missing Date: September 08, 2011
Race: White Sex: Female
Age at Time Missing: 19 years old
Height: 5’11″ – 6’0″
Weight: 120 lbs
Hair Color: Sandy
Eye Color: Brown
Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks: Birthmark on the inside of her leg just above knee (unknown which leg)
Other: Shanna is very tall. Nearly 6 feet. She has long hair but may have it cut short.
Police: Alabama Bureau of Investigation (Spc. Agent Mike Gillis) 334-983-5614 ; FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation Sr. Resident Agent, Susan Hanson (334) 792-7130, 9-1-1 or your local police if seen
Case Number: 105050 NamUs case #12539
ABOUT SHANNA:
Shanna Peoples was last seen on September 8, 2011. She was wearing White pants, Blue and Green blouse with Flip Flops. She has Sandy blonde hair and 5’11″ to 6’00″ tall. She has a slight learning disability. Shanna loves pizza, hamburgers and macaroni and cheese. She loves to eat raw onions and carrots. Shanna loves candy! Especially sour worms! She almost always drinks Coca-Cola or Pepsi.
She likes wearing skirts and casual clothes. She loves flip flops. Shanna is afraid of the dark and of lightning and storms. Her favorite music is Lady Antebellum, and her favorite song is “On the Wings of Love” by Jeffrey Osbourne.
Shanna loves going to the movies and riding her bikes. Shanna has huge dimples and loves all people, although is still rather shy.
https://www.facebook.com/FindShannaPeoples
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LostNMissing Inc., is an all-volunteer national tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (the "code") and qualifies as a public supported organization under Sections, or Categories: P99 (Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C.); M99 (Other Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness, and Relief N.E.C.); I01 (Alliance/Advocacy Organizations). LostNMissing is organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of New Hampshire. We never charge a fee for our services. ‪#‎Missing‬
Website: http://lostnmissing.org/
FB Page: LostNMissing Inc.
https://www.facebook.com/LostNMissingInc
FB Page Alabama LostNMissing
https://www.facebook.com/AlabamaLostnmissing
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LostNMissing, Inc. is a state and federally recognized 501c(3) Non-Profit charitable organization to assist law enforcement and the families of missing. We strive to help prevent loved ones from going missing and to bring awareness of those who are, by providing support to families. We work  with various law enforcement agencies across the country, on behalf of  families of missing, and help to bring awareness via community events for the families, media, internet and social networking for missing loved ones.  We never charge a fee for our services.
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