Talaija Dorsey body was found.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Riyla Alert Raymond Lamar Green

Raymond Lamar Green
Missing since November 6, 1978 from Atlanta, Georgia
Classification: Non-Family Abduction

Vital Statistics

Date Of Birth: November 1, 1978
Age at Time of Disappearance: 5 days old
Distinguishing Characteristics: Black male. Black hair; brown eyes.

Circumstances of Disappearance
Raymond was abducted from his home by an unknown black female on November 6, 1978. The abductor was last seen getting into a brown vehicle. She is described as being 5'06, medium build, and she may have a mole on her left cheek. The abductor may go by the name Lisa.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Atlanta Police Department

NCIC #: M-076852876
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Doe Network

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Rilya Alert Aleacia Di'onne Stancil

Aleacia Di'onne Stancil
Missing since December 19, 1994 from Phoenix, Arizona
Classification: Endangered Missing

Vital Statistics

Date Of Birth: March 13, 1994
Age at Time of Disappearance: 10 months old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 1'6" (46 cm); 29 lbs (13 kg)
Distinguishing Characteristics: Black female. Black hair; brown eyes.

Circumstances of Disappearance
Aleacia was last seen on December 19, 1994.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Phoenix Police Department

The Doe network

Thursday, April 23, 2009


Timeka was last seen at 10:15 p.m. in her residence on South Street in La Grange, North Carolina on May 12, 2001. She has never been heard from again. Authorities initially considered her a runaway and believed she may have traveled to Goldsboro, North Carolina. However, they now think she may have been forced out of her home by someone after she let the person inside. She was barefoot at the time of her disappeatance and left all her belongings behind.

Eric Earl Mercer Moore, a friend of Timeka’s family, is considered a person of interest in her disappearance. He’s currently in prison for the second time for sex crimes against minors. He hasn’t been charged in connection with Timeka’s case, and it remains unsolved.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: La Grange Police Department


Circumstances: When Timeka was last seen she had braces on her teeth and light brown highlights in her hair. Her ears are double pierced. She may go by the nickname Meka.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Rilya Alert Francillon Pierre

Francillon Pierre

Missing since August 2, 1986 from North Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada.

Age Progressed

DOB: Oct 1, 1982
Missing: Aug 2, 1986
Age Now: 26
Sex: Male
Race: Black
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Height: 3'6" (107 cm)
Weight: 35 lbs (16 kg)
Missing From:
United States

Circumstances of Disappearance
Pierre was last seen at the Broad Acres Swap Meet in North Las Vegas, Nevada on August 2, 1986.

If you have any information concerning Pierre's whereabouts, please contact:
North Las Vegas Police Department
Missing Persons Unit

Friday, April 3, 2009


Missing since July 19, 1992 from Myrtle Beach, Horry County, South Carolina.
Classification: Non Family Abduction

Date Of Birth: January 3, 1989
Age at Time of Disappearance: 3 years old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 3' 0" - 91 cm; 44 lbs - 20 kg
Distinguishing Characteristics: Black female. Black hair; brown eyes.
Clothing: A navy blue shirt, white shorts and white tennis shoes with blue trim.
AKA: Shante Marie Reid

Circumstances of Disappearance
Shanta and her adoptive mother visited Briarcliffe Mall in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on July 19, 1992. The mother told authorities that Shanta disappeared near the toy department of the K-Mart store inside the shopping center during the afternoon hours. They were visiting from Cumberland County, N.C. The couple had begun adoption proceedings for the child and her younger brother three months earlier. Shanta, formerly Shante Reid was born in Wilmington to a mother addicted to drugs. The baby tested positive for cocaine at birth.
A review of store surveillance tapes showed that the adoptive mother entered the store alone.
On May 5, 1992, a doctor examined Shanta and pronounced her in excellent health. A month later, Shanta was seen by doctors at Duke University Medical Center for health problems associated with her birth.
According to the records the doctors at Duke noticed physical and mental problems, including bruises, scratches and extreme fear in a child who previously had appeared to be extroverted. She had bitten her fingernails so severely that her fingertips bled.
No charges has been filed in Shanta's disappearance. FBI and Horry County investigators suspect that Shanta never entered South Carolina.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Cumberland County Sheriff's Office (NC)
Missing Persons Unit

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Rilya Alert Cleashindra Denise Hall

Cleashindra Denise Hall
Date of Birth - 6/30/76
Date Missing - 5/9/94
Missing from - Pine Bluff, AR
L.E.A. - Pine Bluff Police Dept.
Contact - Det. Lt. Terry Hopson
Telephone Number - (501)543-5112

May 9, 1994 started off like any ordinary day. Eighteen year old Cleashindra Hall-Clea to her friends and family, left her home for her clerical job with Dr. Larry Amos, a dentist in Pine Bluff, AR. At around 8:00, Clea called her mother to check in. It was the last time Laurell Hall would ever hear from her daughter. Dr. Amos told police investigators that the young woman left around 8:30, but he didn't see who she left with.

Cleashindra Hall was, by all accounts, an extraordinary young woman. Valedictorian of her class at Watson Chapel High School, she was scheduled to give the commencement address at her graduation two weeks after her disappearance. She was excited about leaving to attend Memphis State University. Active in her church and in the school choir and band, she hoped to become a pediatrician. Her future was bright and her potential was limitless.

In the almost 13 years since her disappearance, Laurell Hall has worked tirelessly to make sure that Clea's name stays in the front of people's minds, but it's been a struggle, she says. "People have forgotten." Still, she publishes the familiar pictures in the local newspaper every month, hoping that someone's conscience will tug at them and she will finally know what happened to her daughter. "It's hard to imagine that nobody seems to know where she is, or if they do, they won't come forward." The once yearly prayer vigils have faded away, replaced by private family remembrances.

Particularly frustrating is the lack of resources available to parents of missing adults. Because Clea was 18 at the time she disappeared, the Hall family was not eligible for the same services as the parents of younger missing children. In spite of the efforts of Clea's mother, her case has never attracted the attention of the national media.