A man’s body was recovered from Holiday Lake Wednesday morning while authorities were searching for a missing person, according to Crossville Police.
The Crossville Police Department, members of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and the Crossville Fire Department’s dive team said they were searching the area around 10:35 a.m. Wednesday.
Investigators said the identity has not been confirmed but they believe the body is Benjamin Heino. He was last seen at his Flamingo Drive home on Dec. 29, 2017 in Crossville.
Authorities said search efforts were delayed until Wednesday because the lake had been frozen.
Crossville Police said more information will be released once the body is positively identified and the investigation has been completed.
Police searching for a missing 11 year-old have found the body of a young girl in a river.
On Monday, officers launched an appeal to find Ursula Keogh, from Halifax, who was last seen at around 3.30pm dressed in her school uniform.
She was last spotted walking across the North Bridge over the River Calder, which runs through West Yorkshire.
The young girl was wearing a dark blue blazer, grey skirt, black tights, black brogues and a black parka.
Her family have been told of the discovery of a body in the River Calder at Paris Gates and formal identification is yet to take place, West Yorkshire Police said.
I stood there in front of her for minutes begging and pleading to borrow the fire extinguisher, all while the flames got bigger. Eventually, a stranger handed me a portable fire extinguisher he had, and I tried to go fight the now huge flames with it, but it was too late. The flame eventually engulfed my vintage, collectors 1 previous owner DeLorean (that I was selling for a large amount later today), and the fire department put it out.” Coincidentally, Kemsley had just agreed to sell the car for $70,000 and was driving back from a mechanic after a pre-sale inspection. It isn’t clear how the fire started, but you have to feel for the owner knowing that the car could have been saved if the employee was more compassionate.
Although the odds seem stacked against her, Kim Takeuchi has not given up hope of finding Happy, a fluffy white Maltese mix dog that was lost after an attack by a stranger in the Heintz Open Space area in Los Gatos last week.
The Takeuchis have used a pet tracker, volunteers and social media, and although there is an indication the dog might have met a tragic end, Takeuchi is not ready to give up hope.
“I’m going to keep looking for her,” Takeuchi says. “I have to.”
Happy and two other dogs owned by Takeuchi were being walked by friend Sherri Harvey, who also had her own dog with them. Harvey was about a quarter-mile from the park entrance when a man walked quickly toward her, yelling profanities and claiming that one of the dogs had bitten him.
Harvey was skeptical because the dogs, off leash, had been with her. When she asked to
A 6-year-old Oak Park girl who police say was taken by her mother from an Oak Park restaurant Saturday during a court-supervised visit has been found safe in a Farmington Hills, Mich., hotel, Oak Park village spokesman David Powers said in an email Tuesday evening.
Wendy E. Jarvis, 41, of the 1100 block of South Boulevard in Oak Park, is being held in the Oakland County Jail pending extradition back to Illinois, Powers said. Police say the girl’s father was headed to Michigan to pick up his daughter Tuesday evening.
On Monday, Cook County domestic relations Judge Regina Scannicchio issued an arrest warrant for Jarvis.
Authorities said Jarvis took her daughter out the back door of the Wild Onion Tied House, 1111 South Blvd. in Oak Park, at about 11:15 a.m. Saturday during a supervised visit. The court-appointed supervisor told police that Jarvis said she was taking her daughter to the restroom but
A father pleaded Tuesday for his young daughter’s safe return. The 6-year-old was taken Saturday by her mother, who does not have custody of the child, during a court-supervised visit at a restaurant in west suburban Oak Park.
PHOTOS: Missing girl taken by mom during supervised visit, police say
Zoe Stegmeyer’s father, Joshua, is distraught. He can’t sleep and he’s sick with worry, but he’s hopeful that his little girl is OK.
“So scared I can’t even think straight. Zoe is a very special little girl and she’s been missing for three days,” Joshua Stegmeyer said. “Zoe is 6 years old. Blonde hair, blue eyes. She was last seen with a black jacket, black boots, black leggings and her shirt had a sparkly heart pattern on the front.”
Zoe’s mother, 41-year-old Wendy Jarvis, was last seen with her daughter at The Wild Onion Tied House near South Boulevard and South Marion Street.
Police in west suburban Oak Park issued an urgent call for help to find a missing 6-year-old girl who is believed to be with her mother, who does not have custody of the child.
Zoe Stegmeyer was last seen by a court appointed supervisor at a restaurant near Marion and Pleasant streets.
She was with her mother, 41-year-old Wendy Jarvis, who is involved in a custody dispute with the girl’s father.
During the visit, around 11:15 a.m. on Dec. 16, Jarvis said she needed to take the child to the restroom and then slipped out a back door though the restaurant’s kitchen.
Police said this abduction does not meet the criteria for an Amber Alert, but they issued a national call for help, sharing information with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Illinois State Police are also expected to put out a missing person’s advisory.
Zoe has blonde, shoulder-length hair and was
Police are searching for a 6-year-old girl who police say was taken by her mother over the weekend during a court-supervised visit in an Oak Park restaurant.
According to Oak Park police, Zoe Stegmeyer, who lives with her father in Schiller Park, was at the restaurant with her mother, Wendy E. Jarvis, 41, of the 1100 block of South Boulevard in Oak Park, and a court-appointed supervisor. Police said Jarvis reportedly exited the establishment through a rear door and fled with the girl at 11:15 a.m. Dec. 16.
Stegmeyer is described as 3-foot-4, 45 pounds, with blonde, shoulder-length hair. She was last seen wearing a black, quilted jacket, a black shirt with a heart on the front, black leggings, black boots and pink gloves.
Police said Jarvis is 5-foot-2, 144 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing a gray, three-quarter-length peacoat, a green sweatshirt and black knit cap.