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29 YEARS LATER: Prince George’s County police search for clues in death of 27-year-old back in 1989

– Nearly three decades after a young biologist was found beaten, raped and strangled to death in Prince George’s County, detectives continue to search for her killer.

The body of Cynthia Rodgers was found alongside a dirt path littered with trash in a wooded area of Forestville five days after she was last heard from in the early morning hours of Super Bowl Sunday in 1989.

When homicide detectives first examined the body of the 27-year-old, they knew immediately a wicked killer was at work.

“It was a very brutal attack. She had multiple blunt force injuries about her upper body and head. She was strangled to death and there were indications she was sexually assaulted as well so it was a very vicious attack, extremely vicious,” cold case detective Bernie Nelson recalled.

Nelson said he believed Cynthia Rodgers was attacked shortly after she left her apartment, perhaps running into her

Read more at: http://www.fox5dc.com/news/local-news/29-years-later-prince-georges-county-police-search-for-clues-in-death-of-27-year-old-back-in-1989

One year later, Perry County woman still missing – WDAM

PERRY COUNTY, MS (WDAM) –

Glin Street was last seen at her home on Forrest Lake Road on February 21, 2017, and nearly a year later, the missing person case is still open.

Perry County Sheriff Mitch Nobles said it’s a case file that he keeps on his desk every day, and the department is still looking for new leads every day.

Street, 47, was reported missing by a family member, and her live-in boyfriend, Hugo Hugger claimed he was the last person to see her.

“Hugger said the last time that he saw her was sometime around 7:00 that morning when he left to go get some gasoline and go see his probation officer,” Nobles said.

Hugger was named as a person of interest in the case on March 22, 2017, according to Nobles. Hugger is on parole for a capital murder

Read more at: http://www.wdam.com/story/37519128/one-year-later-perry-county-woman-still-missing

Where’s Ben? 12 years later, few answers to Ashland man’s disappearance


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Lowcountry woman raised a baby she kidnapped, police say. 20 years later, she’s in court

A Lowcountry woman accused of kidnapping a baby nearly 20 years ago and raising the girl as her daughter was in court on Tuesday for charges related to the incident.

Gloria Williams of Walterboro was arrested last January and is accused of dressing as a nurse and taking newborn Kamiyah Mobley from a Jacksonville, Florida, hospital in July 1998, McClatchy News reported.

Williams has pleaded not guilty.

Defense attorneys, citing heavy media coverage at the time of the kidnapping and last year after Williams’ arrest, are asking a judge to limit the public’s access to about 1,000 pages of documents until a jury is selected, according to Action News Jax television station in Jacksonville.

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Jury selection is scheduled for Feb. 12, Count

Read more at: http://www.islandpacket.com/news/local/article194941384.html

20 years later, baby’s disappearance still a mystery

TAMPA — The latest tip came through Facebook. A young woman wrote to Marlene Aisenberg that she could find no records or photos to document the first five months of her own life.

She knew about the Aisenbergs’ daughter, who vanished from a Valrico home 20 years ago.

Could the woman be baby Sabrina? She wondered.

In photographs, Steve and Marlene Aisenberg couldn’t discount a resemblance to their other two children, now in their 20s. It was enough for the woman to arrange for her DNA to be tested in a private lab, Steve Aisenberg said recently.

“Until we have more information, we’re cautiously optimistic,” he said.

But as they await word, Aisenberg said the couple tempers their hopes.

It is, after all, one more tip in a long list of leads. There are people who call and say they know someone who resembles Sabrina.

Read more at: http://www.theledger.com/news/20171203/20-years-later-babys-disappearance-still-mystery

20 years later, baby’s disappearance still a mystery

The latest tip came through Facebook. A young woman wrote to Marlene Aisenberg that she could find no records or photos to document the first five months of her own life.

She knew about the Aisenbergs’ daughter, who vanished from a Valrico home 20 years ago.

Could the woman be baby Sabrina? She wondered.

In photographs, Steve and Marlene Aisenberg couldn’t discount a resemblance to their other two children, now in their 20s. It was enough for the woman to arrange for her DNA to be tested in a private lab, Steve Aisenberg said recently.

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“Until we have more information, we’re cautiously optimistic,” he said.

But as they await word, Aisenberg said the couple tempers their hopes.

It is, after all, one more tip in a long list of leads. There are people who call and say

Read more at: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/national-politics/article187700843.html

26 Years Later: Family Searches for Missing Son

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, N.J. –

A family in Cape May County is still seeking closure, and answers, after their 11-year-old son disappeared nearly 26 years ago.

Saturday, November 25th, marks the 26th anniversary of the disappearance of Mark Himebaugh.

The 11-year-old was last seen in 1991 walking towards the playground in the county park in his neighborhood in the Del Haven section of Middle Township.

The Middle Township Police Department, Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation continue to investigate the case.

Anyone with information regarding the disappearance of Mark Himebaugh is urged to call the National Center for Missing and Exploited children at 1-800-843-5678.

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Twenty years later, baby Sabrina Aisenberg’s disappearance still a mystery

TAMPA — The latest tip came through Facebook. A young woman wrote to Marlene Aisenberg that she could find no records or photos to document the first five months of her own life.

She knew about the Aisenbergs’ daughter, who vanished from a Valrico home 20 years ago this week.

Could the woman be baby Sabrina? She wondered.

In photographs, Steve and Marlene Aisenberg couldn’t discount a resemblance to their other two children, now in their 20s. It was enough for the woman to arrange for her DNA to be tested in a private lab, Steve Aisenberg said recently.

“Until we have more information, we’re cautiously optimistic,” he said.

But as they await word, Aisenberg said the couple tempers their hopes.

It is, after all, one more tip in a long list of leads. There are people who call and

Read more at: http://www.tbo.com/news/courts/twenty-years-later-baby-sabrina-aisenbergs-disappearance-still-a-mystery/2344712