UPDATE – 12/18/2017: On December 16, 2017, Charles County Sheriff’s detectives arrested Nicholas Jabbar Williams, 20, of Waldorf, in connection with the murder of Cameron Marcel Townsend, 18, of Brandywine, who was shot and killed on December 14 in the intersection of Holly Avenue and Spruce Street in Waldorf.
As detectives continue to investigate, a clear motive has not been established nor is it known why the victim and suspect were in that area.
Investigation did reveal the victim and suspect knew each other.
Williams was charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder and other related charges.
Anyone with additional information is asked to call Det. J. Long at (301) 609-6502. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may contact Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.
UPDATE – 12/15/2017 – Press Release from the Charles County Sheriff’s Office: On
A missing “at-risk” Tulare County man has been reunited with family, Tulare County sheriff’s deputies said.
Frank Santos Mejorado, 84, was found by deputies on Thursday in the Corcoran area.
“Our office would like to thank everyone who offered their assistance in returning him home safely to his family,” deputies stated.
Tulare County Sheriff’s deputies asked for the public’s help to find Mejorado Thursday afternoon. Residents were made aware of Mejorado’s disappearance after an automated alert was sent out by deputies.
Mejorado was described at 5-foot, seven inches tall, 170 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. The man suffered from Alzheimer’s and dementia and was considered at-risk.
He was last seen on Saturday in the Allensworth area driving a white 1979 Cadillac Coupe. Mejorado was still missing.
The search continues Monday morning for four missing boys believed to be heading toward North Carolina.
According to Arab PD, Blount County Department of Human Resources advised the Arab Police that they had removed the children from Karissa Renee Cummings and Marcus Eugene Simmons on Thursday, December 7.
Mr. Simmons is the father of all of the children and Ms. Cummings is the mother of three of the children. DHR set up a safety plan with family members that live at the home on Cobb Road and the children were to remain with the family member until a temporary custody plan could be organized.
Arab PD believes that Mr. Simmons and Ms. Cummings took the children from the residence on Cobb Road on December 8,
A missing person last seen in East York’s Thorncliffe Park neighbourhood has been found.
Ulysses Segundo had been last seen in the area of Milepost Place and Thorncliffe Park Drive at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6.
The 41 year old was described by Toronto police as five-foot-four with a medium build and long brown hair, and a lady bug tattoo on their face. They had been last seen wearing a brown jacket, black Adidas sweatshirt, pants with white stripes down the sides and Nike shoes, and carrying a brown Calvin Klein bag.
Police released their photo and asked for the public’s help finding them Thursday, Dec. 7, noting investigators were concerned for their safety.
On Friday, Dec. 8, police announced they had been found and thanked those who assisted with the search.
REELSBORO, N.C. (WNCT) – The Pamlico Co. Sheriff’s Office now says Makayla Curtis has been found safe and has been reunited with her family.
The Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding a missing teenager.
On Sunday, deputies responded to a residence in Reelsboro in reference to a missing person. 17-year-old Makayla Curtis was last seen on Saturday at around 5 p.m. by her mother.
Curtis left with a unknown white male in a gold colored mid-sized sedan. Curtis may have met the unknown male on Facebook and left traveling in an unknown direction.
Curtis is described as a black female approximately 5’7″, 120 pounds, black hair and black eyes. She was last seen wearing a red and black flannel shirt over a white t-shirt, black jeans and a pink book bag.
Anyone with information should contact the Pamlico