#BAMBNF #Cali Please SHARE to help locate 15-year-old Ciera Buckley missing since 1/27/13 from Rancho Cordova, California

Rancho Cordova police seek the public’s help in locating a teenage girl who has been missing from her home for several days.

Ciera Buckley, 15, was last seen at her home Sunday in the 9800 block of Lincoln Village Drive. Authorities said she is considered to be at-risk because her disappearance is inconsistent with her normal behavior.

Buckley is described as about 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds, with long, straight black hair and brown eyes. It is not known what she was wearing when she went missing.

Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is asked to call the Rancho Cordova Police Department at (916) 874-5115.

SOURCE: http://blogs.sacbee.com/crime/archives/2013/01/police-seek-help-locating-missing-rancho-cordova-teenager.html#storylink=cpy
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#BAMBNF #Cali Please SHARE to help locate 15-year-old Ciera Buckley missing since 1/27/13 from Rancho Cordova, California

Rancho Cordova police seek the public’s help in locating a teenage girl who has been missing from her home for several days.

Ciera Buckley, 15, was last seen at her home Sunday in the 9800 block of Lincoln Village Drive. Authorities said she is considered to be at-risk because her disappearance is inconsistent with her normal behavior.

Buckley is described as about 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds, with long, straight black hair and brown eyes. It is not known what she was wearing when she went missing.

Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is asked to call the Rancho Cordova Police Department at (916) 874-5115.

SOURCE: http://blogs.sacbee.com/crime/archives/2013/01/police-seek-help-locating-missing-rancho-cordova-teenager.html#storylink=cpy
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UPDATE! #BAMBNF #NOLA One found, three still missing SHARE!

15-year-old Alexis Clark has been missing from New Orleans, Louisiana since 1/23/13. She was last seen leaving a residence in the 2400 block of Franklin Ave around 5pm and has not been heard from since. Alexis is described as 5’7, 135 pounds with straight black shoulder-length hair and brown eyes, though she was last seen wearing green contact lenses. She was wearing a black collared shirt with the words “Crescent Leadership Academy” on it, a gray sweater that reads “Aero” on the sleeve, khaki pants and black tennis shoes. [Source: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2013/01/nopd_seeking_missing_lower_9th.html#incart_river]

13-year-old Curnisha Dyer has been missing from New Orleans, Louisiana since 1/9/13. She was last seen leaving her house in the 2400 block of Music Street around 7:30am. She was supposed to be catching a school bus at Orleans Avenue and North Galvez Street. Her mother told police she didn’t know if her daughter ever made it to the school bus. Curnisha is described as 5’4 with brown hair, though she sometimes wears a wig. She was last seen wearing her Schaumberg school uniform, a powder blue shirt, navy pants and black shoes. She is in need of medication.
[Source: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2013/01/nopd_searching_for_girl_13_who.html]

16-year-old Tekia Francis has been missing from New Orleans, Louisiana since 1/19/13. She hasn’t been seen since her mother dropped her off at her school [John McDonough High School]. Police say she may be on the West Bank. Tekia is described as 5’5, 120 pounds. She was last seen wearing a white sweater with green and gold lettering and khaki pants. [Source: http://www.wwltv.com/news/local/Teen-missing-since-she-was-dropped-off-at-school-188145381.html]


Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these young women are asked to call the New Orleans Police Department at 504.821.2222

UPDATE! #BAMBNF #NOLA One found, three still missing SHARE!

15-year-old Alexis Clark has been missing from New Orleans, Louisiana since 1/23/13. She was last seen leaving a residence in the 2400 block of Franklin Ave around 5pm and has not been heard from since. Alexis is described as 5’7, 135 pounds with straight black shoulder-length hair and brown eyes, though she was last seen wearing green contact lenses. She was wearing a black collared shirt with the words “Crescent Leadership Academy” on it, a gray sweater that reads “Aero” on the sleeve, khaki pants and black tennis shoes. [Source: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2013/01/nopd_seeking_missing_lower_9th.html#incart_river]

13-year-old Curnisha Dyer has been missing from New Orleans, Louisiana since 1/9/13. She was last seen leaving her house in the 2400 block of Music Street around 7:30am. She was supposed to be catching a school bus at Orleans Avenue and North Galvez Street. Her mother told police she didn’t know if her daughter ever made it to the school bus. Curnisha is described as 5’4 with brown hair, though she sometimes wears a wig. She was last seen wearing her Schaumberg school uniform, a powder blue shirt, navy pants and black shoes. She is in need of medication.
[Source: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2013/01/nopd_searching_for_girl_13_who.html]

16-year-old Tekia Francis has been missing from New Orleans, Louisiana since 1/19/13. She hasn’t been seen since her mother dropped her off at her school [John McDonough High School]. Police say she may be on the West Bank. Tekia is described as 5’5, 120 pounds. She was last seen wearing a white sweater with green and gold lettering and khaki pants. [Source: http://www.wwltv.com/news/local/Teen-missing-since-she-was-dropped-off-at-school-188145381.html]


Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these young women are asked to call the New Orleans Police Department at 504.821.2222

#BAMBNF Alert Family Reaching our for OUR HELP - SHARE!! #Oregon #Cali #Washington 15-year-old Bedria Williams missing since 1/11/13 SHARE SHARE SHARE!!! Her sister writes:

Hello,

I am reaching out to you with a cry for help: My 15 year old sister, Bedria Williams, ran away from home (Creswell, Oregon) on 1/11/13. She was last seen in Sacramento California on 1/19/13.

Here is what little information my family knows:
We believe she traveled to Portland, Oregon on the night of 1/11/13, where she may have made contact with an ex-con. From there, it is clear from a series of phone calls that she somehow made her way to Sacramento, California – My Mother received a restricted phone call from a woman who said she saw Bedria in Michigan, she also said that Bedria was safe but didn’t want to come home. We were able to trace the phone call and found out that it was a Sacramento phone number, the phone call was not made in Michigan. It is clear this woman was lying. My Father called this same Sacramento phone number and they told him that Bedria was with them. While attempting to go to Sacramento to find Bedria, my Dad received a phone call from the same number and was told that he was never going to see his daughter again. The Sacramento Police looked for Bedria at the house where the phone number was registered, but she was not there.
This was on 1/19/2013 and we haven’t heard anything since. There is a very real problem with sex trafficking in Sacramento, and we are extremely worried that she will get caught up in it.
I have contacted all of the news stations in both Portland and Eugene Oregon, as well as the stations in Sacramento. So far I have not been able to get our story aired on any station. I was told that they do not cover stories like Bedria’s because she ran away. 4 days after I rec’d that email that news station aired a story about a 14 year old boy who ran away from home, he just happened to be white.
I don’t know what else to do besides ask for your help in getting her name and face out there for everyone to see. I fear that we may never see Bedria again. Is there anything you can do to help my sister Bedria, and my family?

Thank you for any help that you can provide,
Cori Williams

Bedria’s description:
Name: Bedria Williams
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Height: 5’2”
Weight: 124lbs
Age: 15
Missing since: 1/11/13
From: Creswell, Oregon
*The Sacramento Police department will confirm that she is in danger, here is their contact information:
Sacramento Dispatch Unit: (916) 264-5471
Sacramento Detective Unit: (916) 808-0560

Here is the Facebook page I created for her:
www.facebook.com/missingbedriawilliams
And a few more sights featuring her information:
http://lostnmissing.org/missing/bedria-williams-january-11-2013-sacramento-ca/
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=532351190118553
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=479638032072711&set=a.334294289940420.68660.222558184447365&type=1&theater
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=532351190118553

#BAMBNF Alert Family Reaching our for OUR HELP - SHARE!! #Oregon #Cali #Washington 15-year-old Bedria Williams missing since 1/11/13 SHARE SHARE SHARE!!! Her sister writes:

Hello,

I am reaching out to you with a cry for help: My 15 year old sister, Bedria Williams, ran away from home (Creswell, Oregon) on 1/11/13. She was last seen in Sacramento California on 1/19/13.

Here is what little information my family knows:
We believe she traveled to Portland, Oregon on the night of 1/11/13, where she may have made contact with an ex-con. From there, it is clear from a series of phone calls that she somehow made her way to Sacramento, California – My Mother received a restricted phone call from a woman who said she saw Bedria in Michigan, she also said that Bedria was safe but didn’t want to come home. We were able to trace the phone call and found out that it was a Sacramento phone number, the phone call was not made in Michigan. It is clear this woman was lying. My Father called this same Sacramento phone number and they told him that Bedria was with them. While attempting to go to Sacramento to find Bedria, my Dad received a phone call from the same number and was told that he was never going to see his daughter again. The Sacramento Police looked for Bedria at the house where the phone number was registered, but she was not there.
This was on 1/19/2013 and we haven’t heard anything since. There is a very real problem with sex trafficking in Sacramento, and we are extremely worried that she will get caught up in it.
I have contacted all of the news stations in both Portland and Eugene Oregon, as well as the stations in Sacramento. So far I have not been able to get our story aired on any station. I was told that they do not cover stories like Bedria’s because she ran away. 4 days after I rec’d that email that news station aired a story about a 14 year old boy who ran away from home, he just happened to be white.
I don’t know what else to do besides ask for your help in getting her name and face out there for everyone to see. I fear that we may never see Bedria again. Is there anything you can do to help my sister Bedria, and my family?

Thank you for any help that you can provide,
Cori Williams

Bedria’s description:
Name: Bedria Williams
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Height: 5’2”
Weight: 124lbs
Age: 15
Missing since: 1/11/13
From: Creswell, Oregon
*The Sacramento Police department will confirm that she is in danger, here is their contact information:
Sacramento Dispatch Unit: (916) 264-5471
Sacramento Detective Unit: (916) 808-0560

Here is the Facebook page I created for her:
www.facebook.com/missingbedriawilliams
And a few more sights featuring her information:
http://lostnmissing.org/missing/bedria-williams-january-11-2013-sacramento-ca/
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=532351190118553
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=479638032072711&set=a.334294289940420.68660.222558184447365&type=1&theater
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=532351190118553

#BAMBNF #JohnDoe Do you know me? #NYC

Who am I?? Someone must remember me!

I was found deceased on the southbound D train tracks at the 145th St and St. Nicholas Avenue Station in NYC on June 23, 1997.

I was thought to be between 20-30 years old, 5’7” in height, and I have brown eyes. I have a very distinctive USMC tattoo on my upper left arm. It says ” 1st Force Recon - Death before Dishonor”. Was I a US Marine?

Please help me find my way home!! 

There is also a discussion thread for John Doe here. http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=155058

If you have ANY information on John Doe or he looks at all familiar PLEASE contact the New York County Medical Examiners Office @ (212) 447-2770 or Lori Bruski, the Reginional Administrator for NamUs @ (817)718-7904.

Please refer to the following case #’s:
NamUs UP # 6814
ME/C Case Number: M97-03611

Post Mortem photo at this link CAUTION: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/6814

#BAMBNF #JohnDoe Do you know me? #NYC

Who am I?? Someone must remember me!

I was found deceased on the southbound D train tracks at the 145th St and St. Nicholas Avenue Station in NYC on June 23, 1997.

I was thought to be between 20-30 years old, 5’7” in height, and I have brown eyes. I have a very distinctive USMC tattoo on my upper left arm. It says ” 1st Force Recon - Death before Dishonor”. Was I a US Marine?

Please help me find my way home!!

There is also a discussion thread for John Doe here. http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=155058

If you have ANY information on John Doe or he looks at all familiar PLEASE contact the New York County Medical Examiners Office @ (212) 447-2770 or Lori Bruski, the Reginional Administrator for NamUs @ (817)718-7904.

Please refer to the following case #’s:
NamUs UP # 6814
ME/C Case Number: M97-03611

Post Mortem photo at this link CAUTION: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/6814

#BAMBNF Family, one of our member’s brother is missing! Please SHARE! Article below: [North Carolina] 

Shelia Moses is her brother’s keeper and she intends to find him.

Saturday will mark one year since Daniel McCoy Moses disappeared from his home near the small Northampton County community of Rehoboth.

Daniel, 59, was last seen the morning of June 16 and he was discovered missing following a fire that destroyed his home, which was bought in the 1950s by his grandfather.

According to investigators, Daniel was not found inside of the home or on the property, yet his vehicles remained parked in the driveway.

The fire was deemed suspicious because it occurred the same day Daniel went missing. However, a State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) arson investigator came to the conclusion that faulty wiring in the air conditioning unit was the cause.

Daniel Moses is a black male with a mustache and black hair with shades of gray cut in a box style. He is 6-foot, three inches tall and weighs 200 pounds.

As mysterious as his disappearance is, for the Moses family it’s been one year of waiting, wondering and worrying.

For Shelia Moses it’s a search that will never end until Daniel is found and brought home. Each day she devotes an hour to her brother’s case, scanning for headlines on the Internet and even seeking out her own leads. She says it’s a healthy outlet to deal her emotions.

“I can be obsessed with it, but I need to take it and put it in perspective,” she said.



Despite their 10 year difference in age, Shelia and her brother had a bond. She recalled the time Daniel, known as “Sam” by his family, lived in New Jersey. She remembered how her brother took her to New York where she saw her first film, “Sparkle”, and ate Chinese food for the first time.

After an injury to his back, Moses said her enjoyed the simple life fishing and cooking barbecue, the latter of which he sold to loyal customers around the area.

Moses said to her and the family’s knowledge, Daniel had no enemies.

“If he had enemies, God and God alone had the right to take him,” she said. “Nobody had the right to take him.”

Moses believes the person (or persons) responsible for her brother’s disappearance is someone who knew Daniel well.

“My theory is it was someone very close to him,” she said.

Moses said the SBI has been working along with the Northampton County Sheriff’s Office on the case. She hopes the SBI’s presence in the case will help bring it to a conclusion because of their additional manpower and resources.

Northampton County Sheriff Wardie Vincent confirmed the case is still being investigated by his office along with the SBI.

“We’ve been working actively on this case and following up on leads that come up,” he said.

Vincent said the SBI has been helpful to the case as some leads have led them outside of the county and the SBI has the resources to assist in investigating those leads.

In the meantime, Shelia Moses vows to never give up on the search for her brother.

“I am my brother’s keeper,” she said.

Moses urged those who saw her brother on or shortly before June 16, 2011 to come forward with even the simplest of information.

“How did he look that day? How was he acting?” she said.

Moses said the smallest detail could help the case.

She said a $10,000 reward is still being offered in the case.

“If they do it for the money, that’s on their conscience,” she said. “At the very least, do it for the woman waiting for her son.”

Those with information about Daniel McCoy Moses whereabouts are urged to call the NCSO at (252) 534-2611 or the Northampton County Crime Stoppers Line at (252) 534-1110. The SBI can also be contacted at (800) 334-3000. All information will be kept confidential.

[SOURCE]: http://www.roanoke-chowannewsherald.com/2012/06/14/daniel-moses-one-year-later/

(Published 10:24am Thursday, June 14, 2012)

#BAMBNF Family, one of our member’s brother is missing! Please SHARE! Article below: [North Carolina]

Shelia Moses is her brother’s keeper and she intends to find him.

Saturday will mark one year since Daniel McCoy Moses disappeared from his home near the small Northampton County community of Rehoboth.

Daniel, 59, was last seen the morning of June 16 and he was discovered missing following a fire that destroyed his home, which was bought in the 1950s by his grandfather.

According to investigators, Daniel was not found inside of the home or on the property, yet his vehicles remained parked in the driveway.

The fire was deemed suspicious because it occurred the same day Daniel went missing. However, a State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) arson investigator came to the conclusion that faulty wiring in the air conditioning unit was the cause.

Daniel Moses is a black male with a mustache and black hair with shades of gray cut in a box style. He is 6-foot, three inches tall and weighs 200 pounds.

As mysterious as his disappearance is, for the Moses family it’s been one year of waiting, wondering and worrying.

For Shelia Moses it’s a search that will never end until Daniel is found and brought home. Each day she devotes an hour to her brother’s case, scanning for headlines on the Internet and even seeking out her own leads. She says it’s a healthy outlet to deal her emotions.

“I can be obsessed with it, but I need to take it and put it in perspective,” she said.

Despite their 10 year difference in age, Shelia and her brother had a bond. She recalled the time Daniel, known as “Sam” by his family, lived in New Jersey. She remembered how her brother took her to New York where she saw her first film, “Sparkle”, and ate Chinese food for the first time.

After an injury to his back, Moses said her enjoyed the simple life fishing and cooking barbecue, the latter of which he sold to loyal customers around the area.

Moses said to her and the family’s knowledge, Daniel had no enemies.

“If he had enemies, God and God alone had the right to take him,” she said. “Nobody had the right to take him.”

Moses believes the person (or persons) responsible for her brother’s disappearance is someone who knew Daniel well.

“My theory is it was someone very close to him,” she said.

Moses said the SBI has been working along with the Northampton County Sheriff’s Office on the case. She hopes the SBI’s presence in the case will help bring it to a conclusion because of their additional manpower and resources.

Northampton County Sheriff Wardie Vincent confirmed the case is still being investigated by his office along with the SBI.

“We’ve been working actively on this case and following up on leads that come up,” he said.

Vincent said the SBI has been helpful to the case as some leads have led them outside of the county and the SBI has the resources to assist in investigating those leads.

In the meantime, Shelia Moses vows to never give up on the search for her brother.

“I am my brother’s keeper,” she said.

Moses urged those who saw her brother on or shortly before June 16, 2011 to come forward with even the simplest of information.

“How did he look that day? How was he acting?” she said.

Moses said the smallest detail could help the case.

She said a $10,000 reward is still being offered in the case.

“If they do it for the money, that’s on their conscience,” she said. “At the very least, do it for the woman waiting for her son.”

Those with information about Daniel McCoy Moses whereabouts are urged to call the NCSO at (252) 534-2611 or the Northampton County Crime Stoppers Line at (252) 534-1110. The SBI can also be contacted at (800) 334-3000. All information will be kept confidential.

[SOURCE]: http://www.roanoke-chowannewsherald.com/2012/06/14/daniel-moses-one-year-later/

(Published 10:24am Thursday, June 14, 2012)

Authorities in 6 states: SC, LA, GA, AL, MS, and TX are on the lookout for three people. Read more and SHARE: http://www.wafb.com/story/20620925/trio-bound-for-louisiana-missing-after-attending-funeral-in-s

Authorities in 6 states: SC, LA, GA, AL, MS, and TX are on the lookout for three people. Read more and SHARE: http://www.wafb.com/story/20620925/trio-bound-for-louisiana-missing-after-attending-funeral-in-s

#BAMBNF missing in #Philly: Autistic teen Chelsea Ramsey-Jones. If seen, call Southwest Detectives at (215)686-3183. 

Source: http://iradiophilly.com/conversation.php?idConversation=1865

#BAMBNF missing in #Philly: Autistic teen Chelsea Ramsey-Jones. If seen, call Southwest Detectives at (215)686-3183.

Source: http://iradiophilly.com/conversation.php?idConversation=1865

Last seen 4/30/12: Please help us find Keiosha Felix missing from Lafayette, Louisiana [SHARE!]

Last seen 4/30/12: Please help us find Keiosha Felix missing from Lafayette, Louisiana [SHARE!]

Missing since July 6, 2001 from Chicago, IL: sisters Diamond and Tionda Bradley [SHARE!]

Missing since July 6, 2001 from Chicago, IL: sisters Diamond and Tionda Bradley [SHARE!]