Jason Jolkowski, 19, of Omaha, Neb., has been missing since June 13, 2001. According to family members, Jolkowski, an employee at a restaurant in Omaha, received a call from his boss that morning and was asked to come in early. The teen’s car was in the shop so he arranged to meet a coworker at Benson High School, only seven blocks from his home. It’s believed that Jolkowski got dressed in his work uniform and then set off for the school. Somewhere along the way he vanished without a trace. Following Jolkowski’s disappearance, his mother, Kelly Murphy, founded Project Jason, a nonprofit organization that works to increase public awareness of missing person cases. The organization’s Web site can be found at www.projectjason.org. Anyone with information about this case should contact the Omaha Police Department at 402-444-5818.
Alright Jalops, this one is a doozy. What we’ve got here is a hit-and-run driver, a Ford Focus, and the single, solitary piece of chrome that was evidence of the perp’s wrongdoing. Think you can help solve it?
Reader Mike Luscher was sitting at a red light, minding his own business:
I was Driving my Mother’s ’09 Focus, And was essentially sideswiped on the front bumper when the other car Ran a Red light while doing at least 65, My front bumper to his passenger side. This occurred in that Odd little stereotype of NYC, Staten Island. This chrome piece is all that was left from this, It happened so quickly I couldn’t identify the car.
I was driving on Woolley Avenue, stopped at a red light for the intersection of