The Troup County Sheriff’s Office has “exhausted” its resources in the search for a missing 75-year-old woman, according to a news release.
Carol Evans, of West Point, Ga., was first reported missing on Nov. 13 by family members. She was last seen Nov. 10 around 2 p.m. at her home in the 200 block of Lower Lovelace Road.
Since then, the “entire criminal investigative staff and other personnel” have been working to find Evans, Sheriff James Woodruff said.
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The SCSO is investigating four cold cases, two of which are 20 years old, one 15, and one 12.
The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office reported the following:
The SCSO is seeking assistance from the public with the missing person “cold case” involving the disappearance of Angela “Angie” Fulmer, who reportedly disappeared in the South Siskiyou County .15, 2002. Fulmer’s case is one of the cold case missing persons or homicide cases currently being investigated by the SCSO’s Major Crimes Unit.
According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “We want to take the opportunity to ask the public for assistance with this investigation because we have information that leads us to believe there are citizens that reside in the local area that have knowledge that could help us solve this case. We will soon observe the 15-year anniversary of Angie’s disappearance. We have allocated additional resources to work this investigation because we
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is inviting anyone with a long-term missing loved one or relative to attend its third annual Missing in Arizona Day event at ASU West this month.
At a press conference in Phoenix on Tuesday, Oct. 10, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said the event, to be held Oct. 21, is “dedicated specifically to men and women whose bodies … have been recovered, but are unfortunately unidentified, and families who are missing loved ones, yet have no idea if their loved ones are still alive.”
Penzone said there are 2,000 missing persons in Arizona and an additional 1,500 unidentified human remains.
“These are cases that would be difficult to solve, whether it is a natural death because we live in a desert with vast space, or it is a murder,” he said.
The event will connect family members of the missing with authorities who can accept evidence such as medical
The Sheriff’s Office is seeking the whereabouts of a suspect involved in a shooting and attempted murder in Waldorf early Sunday.
Around 2:29 a.m on Oct. 1, officers responded to the 2000 block of Amber Leaf Place in Waldorf for the report of a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located a victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest and leg, according to a CCSO press release. The victim was subsequently flown to a hospital for treatment and is currently in critical condition.
A second victim was on the scene, who was not injured during the incident. Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division responded to assume the investigation. The on-scene investigation revealed the victims met with the suspect, identified as Trevon Chisley, 22, of Waldorf at a hotel in Waldorf on the evening of Sept. 30. There was a dispute between the parties involved and they separated. A few hours later, the
Sheriff’s office assists in child pornography arrest
By Sarah Allen-Hernandez
The Navarro County Sheriff’s Office and the Attorney General’s Office arrested Michael Allen Carter, 29, of Rice, Wednesday, Sept. 27 on five counts of possession of child pornography.
Carter was currently on probation for indecency with a child sexual contact.
“We are thankful to have been a part of this investigation and that the suspect is in custody,” said Navarro County Sheriff Elmer Tanner. “Great job by the law enforcement officers who were a part of this investigation.”
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Friday that the Child Exploitation Unit and deputies of the NCSO executed a search warrant at Carter’s residence, following a CyberTipline report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Investigators found child pornography on a digital storage device, and seized additional digital storage devices that will be examined by the attorney general’s Digital Forensics Unit.
During an interview, Carter admitted to
On Friday, September 22, 2017, at approximately 7:40 pm, unknown suspect(s) stole a red, white, and black Trek brand, Top Fuel model 9.9 men’s mountain bike from the rack attached to a gray Jeep Wrangler.
The Jeep was parked in the public parking located between The Front Porch restaurant and The Hair Company, in Leonardtown, at the time of the theft.
The bike is valued at approximately $8,000.00
Anyone with information regarding this theft is asked to contact DFC K. Flerlage at 301.475.4200 ext. *2237 or by email at email@example.com. CASE #50356-17
Callers may also call CRIME SOLVERS at 301.475.3333 or TEXT a TIP to “TIP239” plus your message to “”CRIMES” (274637). Calls to CRIME SOLVERS are NOT RECORDED and callers can remain ANONYMOUS. St. Mary’s County CRIME SOLVERS offers REWARDS of up to $1,000 for information about a crime that leads to an arrest or indictment.
The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in identifying the individuals and suspect pictured.
The Chick-fil-A restaurant located at 45150 First Colony Way, California, Maryland was collecting donations in a large water jug to help the employees of a Texas Chick-fil-A damaged by Hurricane Harvey.
On Wednesday, September 6, 2017 between 5:36PM and 5:54PM, the pictured subjects were interacting together inside of the Chick-Fil-A located in California, Maryland. As 4 of the 5 subjects exited the business, the SUSPECT wearing, what appears to be a stripped hooded sweatshirt and glasses, grabbed the donation jar and fled the business. The subjects were last seen leaving the parking lot; one of the vehicles being a light colored SUV possibly a Toyota Rav 4.
Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect, any of the other subjects, or about this crime in general