Missing Person Kathleen Marie Conroy of Calvert County, MD

On April 14 at approximately 3:00 p.m. the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office was contacted regarding a missing person, thirty-five year old Kathleen Marie Conroy, a white female, 5 feet three inches tall, weighing 140 pounds of Prince Frederick.

Initial investigation revealed Conroy was last seen at the Burger King in Dunkirk on March 31 of this year getting into a green Honda Civic with unknown Virginia registration.

Family and friends have not had any contact with her since.

Anyone having contact with Kathleen Marie Conroy is asked to call Det. W. Wells of the Criminal Investigations Bureau at 410-535-1600 extension 2595 or the Sheriff’s Office at 410-535-2800.

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Missing Person William Etherton of Lexington

Lexington Police are searching for a missing Alzheimer’s patient.

Officials say 72-year-old William Etherton was reported missing at 3:15 p.m. Thursday by family members.

Etherton is believed to be driving a burgundy colored 2001 Dodge 2500 pickup truck with an extended cab, with Kentucky license plate 301-HLW.

http://liarcatchers.com/missing_persons_investigations.html

Etherton’s family says the victim has not driven in years, but believes he may be headed to Big Clifty, Ky.

Anyone with information about the victim’s location is asked to call 911 immediately.

William Etherton (Source: Lexington Police Department)

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Wrongful Death Man Says Victim Pleaded to Be Killed

A man accused of murdering an Anderson County woman in 2011 says he did so, but only because the woman asked him to.

That’s just one of the many details outlined in a handwritten statement by Terrence Cram.

In the hand written statement obtained by LEX 18, 48-year-old Terrence Cram details how he bludgeoned Tena McNeely in January 2011 – something he claims she pleaded for him to do.

Police arrested Cram in Arizona six months after police say Cram’s landlord was found beaten to death in her Anderson County home. Officers say Cram stole her credit cards using them across the country.

http://liarcatchers.com/wrongful_death.html

In the four page statement, Cram wrote that on the day of the murder he returned to the house he shared with McNeely after a shopping trip and that’s when he “found the basement door ajar and the light on.”

Cram claims he found McNeely at the bottom of the stairs after a bad fall. Cram said he was going to call 911 when “she yelled no!”

That’s when cram writes McNeely pleaded with him to kill her, something he says she had asked him to do many times in the past.

“She said she couldn’t move her left leg and the rest of her body was wracked in pain” he wrote. “Please, please kill me! I can’t and won’t live like this,” according to his statement.

“The only close instrument at hand was a double sledge/maul…. I showed it to her and asked again,” Cram wrote. “She said yes again.”

At that point, “I asked her to close her eyes. I kissed her on her forehead,” the written statement says.

In graphic details Cram describes how he hit her repeatedly until she stopped moving. “I had to stop her pain” he wrote.

Cram is charged with murder, tampering with evidence and fraudulent use of a credit card. His trial is expected to begin May 12.

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Missing Person Talmadge J.V. Jones III of St. Mary’s County, MD

Advisory: Missing Person – Talmadge Jones III W/M age 40 possibly suicidal

Talmadge J. V. Jones III, Date of Birth 08-21-1972, white male, 6’ tall, weighing 200 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes was last seen sometime in March 2014.

Jones is homeless and was last heard from on April 2, 2014. He has made suicidal comments in the past.

http://liarcatchers.com/missing_persons_investigations.html

If you have seen Jones or have any information which may be helpful in locating him, please call 301.475.8008 or CRIME SOLVERS at 301.475.3333.

Talmadge J. V. Jones III

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Accident Reconstruction 2 People Die in Russell County Accident

Two people were killed in a two-vehicle accident in Russell County Thursday morning.

The accident happened about 6:30 Thursday on Highway 80 in Russell Springs.

Officials said 66-year-old Bacilio Salamanca of Russell Springs pulled onto KY 80 from KY 76 into the path of another car operated by 52-year-old Scott D. Anderson of Somerset who was traveling west bound.

http://liarcatchers.com/accident_reconstruction.html

Officials said Salamanca was not wearing a seatbelt and was transported to Russell County Hospital where he was pronounced dead. A passenger, 36-year-old Jose F. Otanendi of Russell Springs was also not wearing a seatbelt, and was pronounced dead at the scene.

25-year-old Jose Hernandez of Mannsville, Ky., and 29-year-old Angel Solis of Russell Springs, were also not belted and were flown to=the University of Kentucky Hospital where they remain in critical condition.

The second driver, Anderson, was wearing a seatbelt and was treated and released at Russell County Hospital.

The road has since re-opened.

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Missing Person Vincent Reynolds of Kansas City, MO

Authorities are looking for a man missing since last Saturday.

Vincent Reynolds was last seen early Saturday morning driving his 2003 green Chevy Silverado truck with MO Plates 4HS-788 out of the parking lot of the bar located at 5044 N.E. Parvin Road.

http://liarcatchers.com/missing_persons_investigations.html

Reynolds has not been seen since. If located please contact the Kansas City Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit at 816-234-5136.

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Wrongful Death Pulaski County Man Sentenced in Teen’s Death

A Pulaski County man accused of driving drunk and killing a teenager in 2013 has been sentenced to a total of 12 1/2 years behind bars.

William Wesley, Jr. is to serve ten years for second degree manslaughter and 2 1/2 years for criminal mischief, consecutively, in the death of 19-year-old Jacob Ebenstein.

Ebenstein had just left work at Culver’s and was riding his motorcycle home the night of April 15, 2013, at about 10:30 p.m. on Kentucky 635, when deputies say Wesley crossed the center line and collided with the teen.

http://liarcatchers.com/wrongful_death.html

Ebenstein was airlifted to UK Hospital, where he later died.

Deputies say Wesley was was driving under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident.

Wesley was originally charged with DUI, and those charges were upgraded to murder. He then pleaded guilty to amended charges of manslaughter and criminal mischief in March.

Ebenstein’s family was in the courtroom Thursday for Wesley’s sentencing. His mother and father stood before the judge to speak about their son before learning the fate of Wesley.

“I forgive him and hope he takes the time in prison to think about his actions. And to let his family know we don’t hold them accountable for their son’s lack of judgment, ” said Tina Ebenstein, Jacob’s mother.

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Private Investigator, Christian County Man Convicted for Stealing Trade Secrets

A Christian County, Kentucky man was convicted by a federal jury for stealing trade secrets announced David J. Hale, United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky.

Defendant Phillip Lee Groves, was convicted on April 11, 2014, following a 10-day trial, for stealing trade secret information owned by White Drive Products Inc., located in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Groves stole the trade secret information while employed by the manufacturing company.

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The theft took place between November 30, 2007 and September 22, 2008. At trial, the United States presented evidence that proved defendant Groves, without authorization, copied and transferred onto a USB portable hard drive approximately 30,000 files on February 22 and February 27, 2008, which Groves intended to use as part of his employment with a White Drive Competitor. On May 5, 2008, defendant Groves resigned his job with White Drive Products Inc., and on May 12, 2008, Groves began employment with the competitor.

Defendants Gregory Lee Wampler and Eric Dale Tinderholt were acquitted of charges by the jury.

Defendant Groves faces no more than 40 years in prison, three years of supervised release and a fine of $1,000,000. He will be sentenced by Senior District Judge Thomas B. Russell on July 23, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. in Paducah.

This case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Marisa Ford and was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

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Drug Dog Sweep Locates Crack Cocaine in Fake WD-40 Can

State police seized dozens of crack cocaine packets from an alleged Philadelphia drug dealer during a traffic stop Monday on state Route 115 in Bear Creek Township, according to charges filed.

Investigators say Cayre Omar Jones had the drugs hidden in a fake WD-40 can that was on the floor behind the passenger seat. He had plans to sell them to a drug dealer at the McDonald’s restaurant in Wilkes-Barre, they say.

The 21-year-old gave Trooper Mark Conrad permission to search his Cadillac sport utility vehicle and a narcotics dog led police to the drugs, arrest papers say.

http://liarcatchers.com/drugdogsweeps.html

Jones, of Erie Avenue in Philadelphia, was charged with possession of crack and possession with the intent to deliver crack.

Police took Jones to be arraigned by on-duty Magisterial District Judge Donald Whittaker, who ordered Jones jailed in the Luzerne County Correctional Facility for lack of $150,000 cash bail.

In addition to the criminal charges, Jones was also cited for speeding and illegal window tint, the reasons for the traffic stop, arrest papers say.

According to arrest papers:

Jones told a trooper he was coming from Philadelphia to visit an aunt, but he couldn’t explain where she lived. He said he was coming to stay for a few days, but had no luggage and admitted not having a change of clothes. A trooper noticed a Philadelphia court summons on the passenger seat, and Jones explained it was due to an “altercation” he recently had involving a gun in Philadelphia.

A trooper then asked Jones if he could search the vehicle, and Jones consented to the search. A narcotics dog soon detected drugs behind the passenger seat. Police located the false WD-40 can and found 76 packets of crack cocaine.

After the drugs were found, Jones acknowledged he was delivering the crack to a person in Wilkes-Barre, police said.

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Fraud Investigation Bourbon County Sheriff’s Office Warn of Phone Scam

The Bourbon County Sheriff’s Office is warning the community about a phone scam going around.

Officials say callers claiming to be from the Department of Juvenile Corrections are asking for personal information and money, threatening residents with jail time.

http://liarcatchers.com/fraud_investigation.html

The Sheriff’s Office says that if the department has any official paperwork to give people, they will do so in person with proper identification and would never call asking for personal information and threatening with jail time.

If you have received a similar call, give your local sheriff’s department a call.

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