Talaija Dorsey body was found.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Rilya Alert Jasmine Unique Earl


Classification: Endangered Missing Adult
Date of Birth: 1986-10-22
Date Missing: 2005-06-14
From City/State: DeKalb County, GA
Missing From (Country): USA
Age at Time of Disappearance: 18
Gender: Female
Race: Black
Height: 61 inches
Weight: 120 pounds
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Complexion: Medium

Identifying Characteristics: Pierced ears, tattoo of "GA Peach" on lower back, tattoo of the name "Unique" on outer left bicep, tattoo of the name "Jasmine" on front of left thigh.

Jasmine Earl has been missing since June 14, 2005. She is 5'2, 120lbs. She was last seen wearing a white halter top, jean shorts, and new white sneakers. What we know so far is that she was last seen at the Washington Mutual bank on Chamblee-Tucker Rd in DeKalb County, Georgia .
Unknown. Her vehicle, described as a blue 1989 Chevy Astro van with GA Lic# 903LAA was located in February 2006 in the 4600 block of Dawson Blvd. in Norcross, GA.

contact DeKalb County Sheriff's Department

Friday, March 27, 2009

Rilya Alert El-Jahid Forever Allah

DOB: Nov 12, 2000
Missing: Mar 14, 2003
Age Now: 8
Sex: Male
Race: Black
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Height: 2'5" (74 cm)
Weight: 30 lbs (14 kg)
Missing From:
United States

The child's photo is shown age-progressed to 5 years. He has a birthmark under his right eye. His nicknames are El and Jah.

Allah was last seen in the 600 block of Wagon Oak Road in Charlotte, North Carolina on March 14, 2003. His father picked him up for a visitation and never returned him. Allah's mother reported him missing. There has been no sign of the child or the father since that day, and it is unclear whether Allah was abducted by his father or whether something else caused them to disappear. Few details are available in Allah's case

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (North Carolina) 1-704-353-1000

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Rilya Alert Deja Caslin

CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) -- Chattanooga Police seek help in finding a 14 year old girl who has was last seen on New Years Eve.

missing Dec. 31, 2008,

Investigators are looking for Deja Caslin. She's a 14 year old black female who is 5'5 in height and 140 pounds. Caslin may be pregnant and in need of medical attention.

Police say she has not had any contact with her family or friends in several weeks. Her life may be in danger.

If you know the whereabouts or have heard from Deja Caslin, investigators are asking you to call Chattanooga Police at 698-2525 or call Crime Stoppers at 698-3333.

Friday, March 20, 2009


Case Type: Endangered Missing
DOB: Aug 2, 1995 Sex: Male
Missing Date: Nov 1, 2007 Race: Biracial
Age Now: 13 Height: 5'6" (168 cm)
Missing City: GREENWICH Weight: 105 lbs (48 kg)
Missing State : NY Hair Color: Brown

GREENWICH -- Police looked for Jaliek L. Rainwalker. Rainwalker was last seen on Thursday evening, when his father, Stephen B. Kerr, told him to go to sleep around 9 p.m., police said.

He was reported missing Friday morning at about 9 a.m., police said.

Rainwalker's father went to check on his son once, around 7 a.m. Friday morning, and the boy appeared to be in his bed.

Greenwich Police Chief George Bell said the boy put articles in his bed to make it appear that he was there.

When Kerr went in to wake his son shortly after first looking into the room, he realized the boy was missing.

Police believe Rainwalker to be a runaway, and because of criteria for Amber Alerts involving immediate danger, an alert wasn't requested, Bell said.

Police would not comment about whether they believed foul play to be involved.

A note and a piece of paper with the word, "Albany," were found on the kitchen table at Kerr's parents' home, where the two were spending the night, said Cambridge-Greenwich Police Chief George Bell.

The paper appeared to be the type of sign a hitchhiker might hold, Bell said.

The note sparked the interest of police, but Bell wouldn't discuss Rainwalker's letter further, other than to say it could have been taken several different ways.

The note read, "Dear Everybody, I'm sorry for everything. I won't bother you anymore. Goodbye, Jaliek," said Rainwalker's mother, Jocelyn McDonald. "Initially, I interpreted it as a runaway note. But then later in the day, you're going around and around -- 'Where could he be? Where could he be?' -- that I thought it could be suicidal," McDonald said. "It's very scary to think he would hurt himself and not have anybody around to help him."

Rainwalker had been in trouble for threatening a younger child and didn't want to face consequences, McDonald said.

The threat is what sparked the overnight stay at Kerr's parent's house while his parents were out of town. McDonald wanted to be sure Rainwalker wouldn't hurt one of their other four children, she said.

Rainwalker has a history of violence and has a medical condition that involves homicidal and suicidal tendencies, Bell said.

Rainwalker has never attempted suicide, but has spoken about the subject, McDonald said.

The boy was not on medication at the time of his disappearance, Bell said. He does not have an arrest record, according to police. McDonald said Rainwalker entered her home at the age of 7 as a foster child, and was adopted when he was 9. He was described as a troubled child with a hard past, who also had a charming side.

At the time of his disappearance, Rainwalker's parents were trying to find him psychiatric help.

"Believe it or not, it's really difficult to find services in this area," McDonald said.

Rainwalker, who likes skateboarding, books and music, is a home-schooled student and has two half-brothers in the Albany area. Rainwalker met them once, during a supervised visit about two and a half years ago, Bell said.

Police are concerned that Rainwalker hasn't turned up yet, and with dropping temperatures, the boy may be in danger.

"It's cold, he's hungry. He doesn't have money," Bell said. "He hasn't surfaced. That bothers me.

"It's not your average runaway. Right now, it's been too long, in my opinion. He's got to come in, he's got to get warm."

Police were planning to distribute fliers, Bell said.

Rainwalker may be wearing black sneakers, blue jeans and a yellow fleece pullover, according to the "missing child" flier.

He has golden skin and lime-green eyes, McDonald said.

The search for the boy will continue today.

Anyone with information regarding the location of Rainwalker is asked to contact the Cambridge-Greenwich Police Department at 692-9332.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Rilya Alert Rochelle Denise Battle

Baltimore County police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing teenager. Police say the last time 16-year-old Rochelle Denise Battle had contact with her family was on Friday, March 6.

Battle's disappearance was first reported to police in Baltimore City and later to county police when information showed she might have been in the county.

Investigators initially thought information might be found in a trash collection facility in the 200 block of Earls Road in Essex. A search of the area, however, turned up no information about the girl.

Police say Battle was in the area on the night of March 6 and might have taken a bus from the Eastpoint Mall area to the intersection of Eastern Boulevard and Old Eastern Avenue.

Battle is described as a black female, 5'1" to 5'3" tall, 170-190 pounds. When she was last seen, she was wearing a brown hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and boots that came just below her knees. She was not attending school at the time of her disappearance.

Police are asking anyone with information on Battle's disappearance to call 410-307-2020.


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Rilya Alert Fred Wright

Missing Person Information

Missing Since: December 6, 1998 from Tuskegee, Alabama
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: February 4, 1985
Age: 13 years old
Height and Weight: 5'9, 115 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: African-American male. Black hair, brown eyes.

Case History / Additional

Wright was last seen at his family's residence in Tuskegee, Alabama on December 6, 1998. He disappeared during the evening hours and was last seen by an adult male who was inside the house at the time. Wright has never been heard from again. Few details are available in his case.

Investigating Agency

Tuskegee Police Department

Monday, March 16, 2009


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: July 17, 2000 from Atlanta, Georgia
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: July 27, 1983
Age: 16
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 125 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Race: Black
Gender: Female
Distinguishing Characteristics: arriem-Conner has a tattoo of the name
"Ms. Hollywood" imprinted in cursive on her right shoulder. Her tongue is pierced.
Karriem-Conner has two gold lower teeth.
AKA: She may use the aliases "Ameria Davis" and / or "Amirea Davis."

Details of Disappearance
Karriem-Conner was last seen leaving her residence to look for a job in Atlanta, Georgia on July 17, 2000.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
East Point Police Department

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Rilya Alert Alexis S Patterson

Alexis S Patterson

Missing 05/03/2002

Milwaukee Wisconsin

DOB :apr-04-1995 Age :12 years
Height : 3' 8" - 112 cm
Weight : 42 lbs - 19 kg
Eyes :Brown Hair : Black

Patterson resided with her mother and stepfather, Ayanna and LaRon Bourgeois, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. LaRon walked Patterson to Hi-Mount Boulevard School in the 4920 block of West Garfield Avenue near 49th Street at approximately 8:00 a.m. on May 3, 2002. Patterson was a first-grade student there. The school is less than one block from the family's home. LaRon said that he watched Patterson walk towards the playground before he headed back to their residence. Patterson never attended classes during the day, although students reported seeing her on the playground before and after school. She has never been heard from again. Patterson was wearing a hooded gray-striped red jacket, a light purple blouse, jeans, white high-top Nike tennis shoes and diamond and gold sunflower-shaped earrings at the time of her disappearance. Her hair was styled in two French braids which were pulled back into a ponytail, and she was carrying a pink Barbie book bag.
Ayanna and LaRon were notified about Patterson's absence after her school dismissed in the afternoon. They initially believed she refused to attend classes because of an argument she had with her mother. Ayanna said that Patterson failed to properly complete her homework during the previous evening. She was not allowed to bring cupcakes for her classmates the following day as a result. Authorities agreed with the scenario and said that something may caused Patterson's disappearance after she was seen in the school's playground later in the day. She does not have a history as a runaway.
The surrounding areas were searched immediately after Patterson was reported missing. Investigators canvassed nearby Washington Park while divers searched its lagoon. Authorities focused on areas near Meinecke Avenue, Vine Street, 16th Street and 60th Street in the northwest section of the city. No evidence was discovered at any of the locations. Investigators announced that Patterson disappeared under suspicious circumstances and reclassified her case from a missing child to a criminal investigation by May 14.
Patterson's father, Kenya Campbell, was imprisoned in Milwaukee at the time of her disappearance. He was released shortly afterwards and cooperated with authorities, as did Ayanna and LaRon. Patterson's stepfather has a criminal history as well, but investigators announced that they did not believe either LaRon or Campbell's pasts were connected to her case. LaRon was charged for an unrelated crime in 2003, a year after Patterson's disappearance; he had a domestic dispute with Ayanna, who had been trying to leave him for some time, and was ordered to stay away from her. Ayanna says LaRon was abusive and threatening towards her. The criminal charges were later dropped, however. Ayanna and LaRon have since separated and moved away from the Milwaukee area.
An anonymous caller contacted a Milwaukee television station in August 2002 and claimed that Patterson's remains were disposed in the Milwaukee River near Estabrook Park. Dive teams searched the area, but no evidence related to Patterson's disappearance was discovered. Investigators announced that foul play was suspected in her case in September 2002. They searched a vacant house in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on a tip from a prisoner in 2005, but turned up nothing.Patterson's disappearance remains unsolved.

call 414 278 4788

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Rilya Alert Angelica Livingston

DOB: Jul 2, 1998
Missing: Jun 10, 2006
Age Now: 10
Sex: Female
Race: Black
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Height: 4'3" (130 cm)
Weight: 50 lbs (23 kg)
Missing From:
United States

DOB: Jun 20, 1952
Sex: Female
Race: Black
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Height: 5'7" (170 cm)
Weight: 162 lbs (73 kg)

Kenneth Andrew Lynch

54-year-old Portia Washington has been missing along with her seven-year-old granddaughter, Angelica Livingston. Kenneth Andrew Lynch, Washington's 46-year-old boyfriend, has been unaccounted for much of that time.

Two days ago he did show up near El Paso, Texas, driving Washington's car, alone.

West Columbia Police Chief Dennis Tyndall says, "Well, obviously we're handling it as a missing persons case. But also on the other hand we're handling it in case there's some foul play involved. There's enough smoke there to make us believe that foul play could be involved. We haven't got to that point yet to say it is."

Lynch was stopped for speeding. Tyndall says Lynch told the trooper he was delivering the car to its owner in Arizona. That was clearly not true.

All three live at Park Place apartments in West Columbia. Police say the lease is paid up and the apartment is in good condition.

Washington and Lynch both work at Bob Bennett Ford. Neither one called to explain why they weren't coming in to work.

Washington's mom told police she usually talks with her daughter several times a day, but hasn't heard from her since .

Washington's phone has been turned off. Chief Tyndall sees that as a bad sign, "It's very unusual for her not to tell her employer if she's not there and unusual for her to turn her phone off. Her friends and neighbors say, her family say that she usually has that phone on at all times."

The trio lived in Cayce's Riverland Park neighborhood. Neighbor Anthony Allen says the couple did not always get along, "Quite often they had disputes. I remember one night about 3:00, 4:00 in the morning I heard the police over there, Cayce police. And she was actually sleeping in a car, in her car. And the little girl was too."

Police filed no charges. Chief Tyndall is not jumping to conclusions, "Sometimes some people just want to disappear for a while, domestic relations or whatever. So it could be anywhere from that to something worse. We don't know. That's what we're trying to find out."

Washington's car is a tan 2005 Ford Focus, South Carolina plate 682-SEH, last seen in west Texas, a long way from West Columbia.

West Columbia Police Department (South Carolina) 1-803-794-0721

Monday, March 9, 2009

Rilya Kendrick Jackson

Height: 3'0" (91 cm)
Eyes: Brown
Race: Black
Age Now: 5
Sex: Male
Weight: 35 lbs (16 kg)
Hair: Black
Missing From:
United States
Kendrick was last seen at home on April 7, 2006. When he was last seen, he was wearing a white t-shirt and pajama shorts with pictures of baseballs and footballs on them.

A witness was going to work this morning at about 9:30 or so when she got caught up in the traffic heading southbound on Wilcrest, just across from where the missing child lives and she saw a child in his sleep pajamas with a black male.

The witness told police that the boy and the man were standing at a Metro bus stop, Number 19 Metro Line, Wilcrest Crosstown.

Police are seeking the public's help in finding the young boy and ask that they call the Juvenile or Homicide Division of HPD. Police said they received a call around 11:25 p.m. requesting a check on the child's welfare. The boy was missing from the Canfield Falls Apartments in the 1200 block of Wilcrest in west Houston.

"He must have just opened the door and gone out looking for his father and didn't know he was in the apartment. I just want him back," said the child's mother.


Houston police charged Kendrick's father, Roderick Terrell Fountain, with injury to a child and filing a false police report. He is considered a suspect in the boy's disappearance. The injury to a child charge was filed because of bruises spotted on Kendrick prior to his disappearance, officials said.

Fountain was scheduled to appear in court Wednesday morning but it was reset to next month. He is being held without bail.

Investigators said Fountain has told authorities several different stories since Kendrick disappeared, including accounting for his time between 2:30 a.m. and 6 a.m. Friday.

Child Protective Services ordered that Fountain have no contact with his 3-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter that he has with his current wife. He has six other children as well with women who are evacuees from Hurricane Katrina. CPS officials would like those mothers to contact them because they want to check on the welfare of those children.

Houston Police Department (Texas) 1-713-731-5223

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Rilya Alert Daffany Tullos

Daffany Sherika Tullos 8 years old when she went missing.
Missing since July 26, 1988 from Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi.
Classification: Lost, Injured, Missing

Vital Statistics

Date Of Birth: November 2, 1980
Age at Time of Disappearance: 7 years old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 3'7; 55 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Black female. Black hair; brown eyes. Tullos wore her hair in a medium-length Jeri curl-style at the time she disappeared.
Medical Conditions: Tullos is epileptic. She did not have her medication with her when she disappeared in 1988; she is required to take it in order to prevent epileptic seizures and other side effects.
Marks, Scars: Pierced ears
Clothing: A blue and white striped shirt and multi-colored walking shorts. She was barefoot.


Circumstances of Disappearance
Tullos was last seen in her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi on July 26, 1988.
She left her grandparents' home on Azalea Circle after arguing with her mother over fish sticks. She was last seen walking south on Azalea Drive toward Northside Drive.


If you have any information concerning Tullos' whereabouts, please contact:
Jackson Police Department
Missing Persons Unit
All information may be submitted on an anonymous basis.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Rilya Alert Jeffrey Lynn Smith

LYNN SMITH Age Progression
Case Type: Endangered Missing
DOB: Oct 12, 1969 Sex: Female
Missing Date: Dec 4, 1985 Race: Black
Age Now: 39 Height: 5'3" (160 cm)
Missing City: HOT SPRINGS Weight: 110 lbs (50 kg)
Missing State : AR Hair Color: Brown
Missing Country: United States Eye Color: Brown

Circumstances of Disappearance

Smith was last seen wallking home from school in Hot Springs, Arkansas on December 4, 1985. Her aunt was the last one to see her with the girl’s boyfriend. The two were walking on Silver Street in Hot Springs. Her boyfriend told police they parted company and she continued walking.
She was close to her family, and a homebody. Smith's boyfriend had been abusive towards her and she wanted to terminate the relationship. After Smith was reported missing, her boyfriend pawned a ring that Jeffery's mom had given her for her 13th birthday. The police were presented with this information, but after questioning him they stated they had no reason to suspect that he had anything to do with her disappearance. He has since been charged with violence against another person.

Circumstances: Lynn's photo in the center is shown age-progressed to 38 years. The photo on the left and right are both of Lynn. She was last seen on December 4, 1985. Lynn's ears are pierced. She has a mole on the right side of her chin. Lynn was last seen wearing pink pants, a brown jacket, and tan shoes. She also goes by the name Jeffrey Lynn Smith.

Hot Springs Police Department (Arkansas) 1-501-321-6789