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Missing 15-year-old girl with communication issues last seen in Far North Dallas

Anya Hart was walking in the 4700 block of Briargrove Lane, near the Dallas North Tollway, about 7:30 a.m. Monday. She’s 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 150 pounds. She has brown hair, blue eyes and braces and wears glasses. 

Anya was last seen wearing khaki pants and a gray hoodie with the word “Timothy” across the front. Police said she has communication issues and may be in danger.

Anyone with information about the teen’s whereabouts may call 911 or the Dallas Police Department Missing Persons Unit at 214-671-4268.

Read more at: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/missing-person/2018/01/22/missing-15-year-old-girl-communication-issues-last-seen-far-north-dallas

ALEA Issues Emergency Missing Child Alert, Two Girls Last Seen in Birmingham

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WKRG) —

UPDATE: The Birmingham, Alabama Police Department has canceled the emergency missing child alert.

Arquesha Gamble

ALEA officials say 4-year-old Abigail Gamble and 3-year-old A’Mareyia Gamble have been located.

Original Story: The Birmingham, Alabama Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble.

ALEA says Abigail Gamble is a 4-year-old black female and A’Mareyia Gamble is a 3-year-old black female. The two girls were last seen on 24 December 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble are believed to be with their non-custodial mother, Arquesha Gamble, according to ALEA officials.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble, please contact the Birmingham Police Department at (205) 254-0840 or call 911.

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Man with psychiatric, medical issues goes missing in Pasadena – The Pasadena Star

Adolfo Santiago, 58, of Pasadena. (Courtesy, Pasadena Police Department)
Adolfo Santiago, 58, of Pasadena. (Courtesy, Pasadena Police Department)

Police asked the public’s help Friday in finding a 58-year-old man suffering from psychiatric and medical conditions who went missing in Pasadena.

Adolfo Santiago was last seen Thursday at the assisted living facility where he lives in the 1500 block of Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena police Lt. Mark Goodman said.

“The missing person suffers from bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, hypertension and diabetes and will likely need medication in the near future,” Pasadena police said in a written statement.

Santiago is Latino, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 150 pounds, with short black hair and black eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown-and-green checkered shirt, light blue jeans and tennis shoes.

Anyone with information was urged to contact Pasadena police at 626-744-4241.

 

Read more at: http://www.pasadenastarnews.com/2017/12/15/man-with-psychiatric-medical-issues-goes-missing-in-pasadena/

Man with psychiatric, medical issues goes missing in Pasadena … – The Pasadena Star

Adolfo Santiago, 58, of Pasadena. (Courtesy, Pasadena Police Department)
Adolfo Santiago, 58, of Pasadena. (Courtesy, Pasadena Police Department)

Police asked the public’s help Friday in finding a 58-year-old man suffering from psychiatric and medical conditions who went missing in Pasadena.

Adolfo Santiago was last seen Thursday at the assisted living facility where he lives in the 1500 block of Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena police Lt. Mark Goodman said.

“The missing person suffers from bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, hypertension and diabetes and will likely need medication in the near future,” Pasadena police said in a written statement.

Santiago is Latino, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 150 pounds, with short black hair and black eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown-and-green checkered shirt, light blue jeans and tennis shoes.

Anyone with information was urged to contact Pasadena police at 626-744-4241.

 

Read more at: http://www.pasadenastarnews.com/2017/12/15/man-with-psychiatric-medical-issues-goes-missing-in-pasadena/

The data behind the serial-killer detector has some small issues.

The story also inspired us to check out his data. Hargrove collected as much homicide data as was available online by downloading the FBI’s Supplementary Homicide Report data from 1976–2015. He then went the extra mile to obtain additional and (until then) generally unavailable data from Alabama, Florida, Illinois, and D.C. He used unknown offender sex as a proxy for unsolved case and grouped these cases by geographic area (county or metro area), weapon, and sex. Such cases are unfortunately not uncommon, especially if the victims are women. (There are also cases of multiple homicides of young men and unknown offenders, but data suggests that women are more likely to be targeted by serial killers.) Studying these individual groups, he found that he was able to find cases of suspected serial homicides, with young women as victims and unknown offenders, and this is what led to the discovery of the

Read more at: http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2017/12/the_data_behind_the_serial_killer_detector_has_some_small_issues.html