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Aitkin County sheriff’s deputies are looking for a 16-year-old girl who was last seen at home nearly two months ago, according to a missing person report released Friday.
Alexis Elling of Onamia, left her home on Nov. 11 and has not returned, according to the alert put out by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Her family has not seen or spoken with her since that day.
Elling had left home in the past, but kept in touch with her mother each time. Authorities are “concerned for her welfare,” according to the report.
Elling is 5 feet 1 and 190 pounds, with red hair, hazel eyes and tattoos on her arms. The National Center for Missing Exploited Children said she went missing from McGrath, which is in Aitkin County.
Deputies urge anyone who has seen Elling or knows where she is to call the Aitkin County Sheriff’s
Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a missing person case in Greenville County
The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office said Victoria Elizabeth Simuel, 20, was last seen at the Zaxby’s restaurant on Batesville Road around 10 p.m. Monday.
Deputies said Simuel was seen getting into a dark colored vehicle with two other people inside.
Simuel was last seen wearing the Zaxby’s uniform of a blue shirt and black pants.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office at 864-271-5210
A missing “at-risk” Tulare County man has been reunited with family, Tulare County sheriff’s deputies said.
Frank Santos Mejorado, 84, was found by deputies on Thursday in the Corcoran area.
“Our office would like to thank everyone who offered their assistance in returning him home safely to his family,” deputies stated.
Tulare County Sheriff’s deputies asked for the public’s help to find Mejorado Thursday afternoon. Residents were made aware of Mejorado’s disappearance after an automated alert was sent out by deputies.
Mejorado was described at 5-foot, seven inches tall, 170 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. The man suffered from Alzheimer’s and dementia and was considered at-risk.
He was last seen on Saturday in the Allensworth area driving a white 1979 Cadillac Coupe. Mejorado was still missing.
LOUISA COUNTY, Va. — Deputies are asking for the public’s help to identify three suspects caught on surveillance cameras stealing from a big-box store in Louisa County last weekend.
Officials posted on Facebook that the three people pictured may have information about a felony larcenies from the Walmart on Camp Creek Parkway in Zion Crossroads.
Officials said the white male and female allegedly made off with more than $550 worth of merchandise from the store last Saturday. The attached photos were taken at the Walmart and a nearby Sheetz gas station, according to deputies.
Additionally, another photo showing a black male walking through the store’s tools section is time stamped 4:51 p.m. Sunday. Deputies said that suspect stole $2500 worth of activated gift cards as well as sporting goods.
If you have information about these crimes that could help deputies, call the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office at 540-967-1234 or Crime Solvers
A 15-year-old Jacksonville boy who was last seen Monday is no longer labeled a missing person. Now, he’s wanted for questioning in the death of his grandmother, who may have been buried in a backyard.
On Wednesday, a missing person alert was put out for Logan Mott and his 53-year-old grandmother, Kristina French. Police said that the two were missing, along with firearms from a safe and French’s 2015 silver Dodge Dart with a Florida tag DLLT42.
But on Friday, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office announced that they found a burial site at the home in the 400 block of Seagate Avenue. The sheriff’s office said that the remains are “consistent with the description” of French, but cannot confirm the identity until an autopsy is performed.
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Logan’s father, Eric Mott, is a 17-year
SARASOTA, Fla. (WFLA) – A Sarasota man was arrested after investigators say his wife discovered a thumb drive with more than 2,076 images of child porn in his dresser drawer.
Charles Gilbert Parsons, 48, was charged with 40 counts of possession of child porn.
Detectives say Parson’s wife, Yulia called the sheriff’s office on Nov. 13 after discovering the thumb drive in her husband’s dresser drawer.
Yulia Parsons told detectives that she started looking around the house for anything that could explain her husband’s suspicious behavior. She said her husband had been hiding his cell phone from her and he was very protective of his online activity.
She said she opened the contents of the thumb drive and saw numerous images of what she believed to be child pornography.
Yulia described the images as those of children that looked to be ages 6-8 engaging in sexual activity.
Detectives obtained a search warrant and say they found