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Missing for over a year and still no answers – Idaho Press

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Press Release: Missing Person

Shaquan Fenton King of Bathlodge (Custom)

The Police and family members of 20yr-old Shaquan Fenton King of Bathlodge, are seeking the help of the general public in knowing his whereabouts.

Shaquan was last seen on Monday around 9:30 am at Bathlodge, wearing a green T-shirt with a maroon short pants and a pair of black shoes. He is fair in complexion, about 5ft-8ins in height, slimly built and weighed approximately 130 pounds. According to family members, Shaquan appeared to be suffering from temporary memory loss.

Anyone with information is asked to get in touch with the Criminal Investigations Department Hotline at 462-3913 or 462-3914, or family members at 728-5492 or 771-6605 without delay.

Read more at: https://antiguaobserver.com/press-release-missing-person/

Police press conference: Reward offered for Sumter man missing …

Anyone with information about Brailey’s disappearance should call the Sumter Police Department at (803) 436-2700 or call Crime Stoppers at (803) 436-2718 or 1-888-274-6372.

The disappearance of Tommy Brailey, a 52-year-old man who was last seen at a Sumter bar at the end of August, is proving to be a puzzling case for investigators. He reportedly planned to attend a football game the week after he was last seen, and his family and law enforcement close to the case seem to think his absence was not his intention.

Since he has been missing, Brailey’s family has maintained he is someone who always checks in. An impromptu news conference at the Sumter Police Department on Monday helped solidify that point.

Lt. Charles Banghart, an investigator with the department, said Brailey, described by multiple family members as an avid sports fan, had already purchased tickets to the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Carolina Panthers game

Read more at: http://www.theitem.com/stories/family-law-enforcement-still-puzzled-by-52-year-old-mans-disappearance,298618

Police press conference: Reward offered for Sumter man missing since August

Anyone with information about Brailey’s disappearance should call the Sumter Police Department at (803) 436-2700 or call Crime Stoppers at (803) 436-2718 or 1-888-274-6372.

The disappearance of Tommy Brailey, a 52-year-old man who was last seen at a Sumter bar at the end of August, is proving to be a puzzling case for investigators. He reportedly planned to attend a football game the week after he was last seen, and his family and law enforcement close to the case seem to think his absence was not his intention.

Since he has been missing, Brailey’s family has maintained he is someone who always checks in. An impromptu news conference at the Sumter Police Department on Monday helped solidify that point.

Lt. Charles Banghart, an investigator with the department, said Brailey, described by multiple family members as an avid sports fan, had already purchased tickets to the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Carolina Panthers game

Read more at: http://www.theitem.com/stories/family-law-enforcement-still-puzzled-by-52-year-old-mans-disappearance,298618

Roseville girl, 12, missing since Thursday – Detroit Free Press

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14 arrested in Monmouth child porn investigation – Asbury Park Press

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Possession, distribution,. production – do you know the difference?
KATIE PARK

FREEHOLD – Fourteen people, including a college professor and former federal government contractor, were arrested in an investigation that sought to seek out people who allegedly owned or shared online files of child sexual abuse, the Monmouth County prosecutor said in a press conference Friday. 

In the span of about a month, local and federal authorities arrested 14 men with homes in Monmouth County. Most were charged with second- and third-degree child endangerment as it related to the possession and distribution of child pornography.

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Read more at: http://www.app.com/story/news/crime/jersey-mayhem/2017/09/15/child-pornography-investigation-details-released/670476001/

Student Press Law Center Names New Executive Director

Sept. 5, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hadar Harris, a human rights attorney and non-profit leader with a passion for working with and on behalf of students, will become the next executive director of the Student Press Law Center, effective Sept. 6, 2017.

Harris succeeds Frank D. LoMonte, who served the SPLC with distinction for nine years and is now head of the Joseph L. Brechner Center for Freedom of Information at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

“We searched the country to find a leader who could build on the strong foundation that Frank left us, and I am thrilled that someone of Hadar’s intellect, experience and strategic vision will lead the SPLC,” said Jane

Read more at: http://www.splc.org/article/2017/09/new-executive-director

Search underway for Pacific Crest Trail hiker last seen near … – Press

A novice hiker from Ireland who planned to hike the Pacific Crest Trail from Southern California to Canada has gone missing, and his last known whereabouts were in the Cabazon or Whitewater area — in April.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is now leading the efforts to locate 25-year-old David O’Sullivan, Sgt. Chris Willison said Wednesday, Aug. 9. Teams will be searching on foot, with bloodhounds, from off-road utility vehicles and by air. Law enforcement agencies to the north and south also have been briefed, Willison said.

O’Sullivan’s family has started a Facebook page dedicated to finding him and has been reaching out to businesses and “trail angels” — people known to help Pacific Crest Trail hikers on their journey — hoping someone will remember meeting him.

“Every little bit of information helps,” says the most recent message, posted Wednesday afternoon.

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How FBI’s new fingerprint examinations are providing closure to families – Press

On June 24, 1997, a pedestrian crossing Highway 111 north of the Salton Sea was run over by a vehicle and died. Every attempt to attach a name to the man, including submitting his fingerprints to federal agencies, failed.

More recently, on July 7, 2011, a man with 20 cents in his pockets but no identification was fatally struck by a train under the Ivy Street overpass in Riverside. Again, as in the case of almost 60 other people, the Riverside County Coroner’s Office had a face but couldn’t match a name.

But those fortunes changed this year when the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia, began applying an existing fingerprint identification technology in a new way. As a result, the families of 195 unidentified people across the country, including the two in Riverside County, now know what happened to their loved ones.

A family in Mexico heard from co-workers of Mexicali resident

Read more at: http://www.pe.com/2017/07/30/how-fbis-new-fingerprint-examinations-are-providing-closure-to-families/