Missing Person Penn. Couple Traveling Across US in Search of Daughter

A Pennsylvania couple is traveling across the United States in search of their missing daughter. They say the 37-year-old woman has suicidal, paranoid and delusional tendencies, and they have clues she’s headed west.

On July 4, Bill and Nancy Bachman say they were driving on I-80 in Pennsylvania, headed to a psychiatric hospital. Their daughter, Susan Bachman, had threatened to commit suicide. She agreed to admit herself, they said, but then jumped out of the car on the way to the hospital.

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“I wanted to catch her, and I screamed her name: ‘Susan! Susan, come back! You’re not going to be hurt. It’s going to be OK.’ I couldn’t imagine her being so fearful. I mean, I’ve never seen her be so fearful and scared — scared to death,” Nancy said Wednesday, after passing out missing person flyers in Salt Lake City.

Nancy and Bill haven’t seen their daughter since. The last time she was spotted was on July 11 in Gary, Indiana. A security guard told the couple Susan stopped at a truck stop and asked to get a ride. When he told Susan it was against the law, he said she started shouting and left.

Friday, the couple hit the road and began traveling the country, searching for their daughter. They’re making a desperate plea.

“Darling, please call us and let us know you’re safe. Just do that,” Nancy Bachman said. “That’s the most important thing, you being safe.”

For anyone who wants to help, Bill and Nancy are people to tweet or Facebook a photo of Susan Bachman. A flyer can be found on the Find Susan Bachman Facebook page.

Couple travels the country searching for missing daughter

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Drug Dog Sweep Locates $700k Worth of Drugs in CA

A vehicle stop Tuesday south of Madera, along Highway 99 near Avenue 12, became one of the largest drug busts in Madera County’s history, said Erica Stuart, spokeswoman for the Madera County Sheriff’s Office.

Inside the 2008 Dodge Nitro SUV was 18 kilograms of cocaine, 16 pounds of methamphetamine and eight pounds of white-powder heroin — worth nearly $700,000, Stuart said.

Two Sacramento men were arrested: Juan Carlos Esparza, 39, and Raydel Estrada Gomez, 29.

Stuart said a California Highway Patrol officer with the Madera County Narcotic Enforcement Team pulled the pair over, and then searched the vehicle with a K9 drug-sniffing dog. The drugs were found, along with almost $7,000 in cash, inside two cardboard boxes and stashed inside the vehicle’s roof liner.

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Esparza and Gomez remain booked in Madera County Jail on suspicion of felony drug possession and transportation for sales, Stuart said. Bail is set at $5 million for each.

Sheriff John Anderson said the bust show that Madera County remains a major hub and thoroughfare for drug traffickers operating in California.

 

Read more here: http://www.fresnobee.com/2014/08/13/4068684/madera-county-sheriff-vehicle.html#storylink=cpy
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Missing Person Stephen Gillespie of Sparks, Nev.

The Sparks Police Department is asking for help in locating a missing person who was last believed to be in downtown Reno, possibly at the Regional Transportation Commission bus station.

According to a press release, 61-year-old Stephen Gillespie was last seen at approximately 8 a.m. on Wednesday, wearing a black baseball cap with “Team USA” on the front, a white t-shirt with a US Food Service logo and gray corduroy pants. Gillespie is 5-8, and weighs approximately 150 pounds.

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Officers had been called to the 500-block of Sparks Blvd. at approximately 1:45 a.m. Wednesday morning, for a possibly intoxicated subject. Mr. Gillespie was transported to the Westcare facility in downtown Reno, but was released at approximately 8 a.m. He was believed to be headed to the RTC bus station at that time.

Gillespie may seem as though he has dementia as he has a previous head injury. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact the Sparks Police Department dispatch center at 353-2231 or Sparks Police Detectives at 353-2225.

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Missing Person Two Year Old Myra Lewis Still Missing

Where is Myra Lewis? It’s a question asked by family, friends, and others in the community.

Friday marks five months since the 2-year-old Camden toddler vanished without a trace from her parents’ house. Little Myra went missing March 1 of this year.

The investigation continues into her disappearance. Investigators remain hopeful that she’ll be found, but so far leads have turned up empty.

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Her mom, Ericka Lewis, told us in an interview only seen on News Channel 12 in May, that she just wants for Myra to come back home. She denied any involvement in the disappearance of her daughter.

A $20,000 reward is being offered for information on Myra’s whereabouts.

Myra Lewis, 2-year-old missing since March 1st

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Wrongful Death Phoenix Police Trying to ID Suspects

Police are trying to identify two persons of interest in connection with the killing of a couple at a west Phoenix home.

Phoenix police released composite sketches of two men Wednesday in the apparent double homicide of 64-year-old Barbara Singer and 81-year-old William Singer. They were found dead in their home near 35th Avenue and Bell Road on July 2.

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A neighbor reported that a man claiming to be with a local cable company had knocked on his door in the days prior to the homicide. The man reportedly told the resident he needed to enter the home to reset the cable box and fix an outage in the area.

When the resident asked the man for identification, the man was unable to provide it but still insisted on entering the home. The resident said he only had Internet with that company and denied entry.

The resident initially saw only one man but observed a second person standing against the home when he looked out the window.

One person of interest is described as a 5-foot-7 white man weighing about 160 pounds. He had short dark hair, a light mustache and an unshaven face.

The other individual is described as a white or Hispanic man, 6 feet tall, about 210 pounds and muscular. He had short dark hair.

Anyone who can identify these men is asked to contact Phoenix police.

2 persons of interest sought in double homicide

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Wrongful Death Man Indicted in Fatal June Crash

A man has been indicted in the crash that killed a 68-year-old woman in June.

Angel Mejia is charged with murder, wanton endangerment and leaving the scene of a crash.

The Herald- Leader reports the lead investigator testified Meija’s blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit.

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Police say Meija clipped an SUV on Interstate 64, causing it to go off the road and roll several times. Wanda Beach of Somerset was killed.

According to police and witnesses, Mejia threw what appeared to be a beverage out of the window before running into the woods. Officers and K-9 units found him about an hour later hiding in a barn.

Meija goes back to court Aug. 22.

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Identity Theft Nanny Pleads Guilty in Greenbelt, MD

A woman who worked as a nanny for a Montgomery County couple has pleaded guilty to charges relating to stealing over $430,000.

United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein says that 50-year-old Kadiatu Sahid Kamara of Gaithersburg, Md. pleaded guilty Monday to mail fraud and aggravated identity theft. During a two-year-scheme, she wrote herself more than 100 checks from her employers’ bank account without prior authorization.

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According to her plea agreement, from May 2011 to May 2013, Kamara wrote herself approximately 118 checks from the victims’ money market account, totaling approximately $431,542. She forged the signature of a victim on each check, and deposited the checks into her own bank account. Kamara used some of the money to buy a house in Africa, to send money transfers, and to play games at a casino in Charles Town, West Virginia.

Rosenstein says Kamara faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for mail fraud and a mandatory minimum of two years in prison consecutive to any other sentence imposed. She agreed to forfeit and pay restitution of $431,542.

A sentencing hearing is scheduled for October 14.

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Pedophile Tracking Lexington Man Accused of Molesting Two Boys

Lexington police have charged a Lexington man with sexually abusing two young neighbors.

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Officer arrested William Dwayne Carter, 38, at his home on Emerson Drive on Tuesday. According to court documents, Carter had sexual contact with two boys under the age of 12 back in May.

Police charged Carter with two counts of sexual abuse.

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Lexington’s Most Wanted, Aug. 13

FEATURED FUGITIVE: William Ellison is wanted for first-degree assault Name: William Ellison; Age: 19; Sex: M; Race: Black; Height: 5’10; Weight: 146

Additional information and individuals can be found at http://www.kentucky.com/2014/08/12/3376895/lexingtons-most-wanted-aug-13.html?sp=/99/164/1052/1296/

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Pedophile Tracking Jacksonville, FL Man Arrested

A 32-year-old man was arrested early Sunday on multiple charges of sexual battery and lewd and lascivious molestation on a child after she told police she had been sexually battered, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

Michael Shull, who is listed as 6-foot and 340 pounds, remains in the Duval County jail without bail, according to jail records.

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Police were called to a home at 5:40 p.m. Saturday, where they were told by a complainant that the girl had reported being sexually battered only an hour earlier, according to the arrest report. Detectives tracked down Shull and interviewed him at the Sheriff’s Office while investigators went to his home to search it and his bedroom, police said.

The girl also was interviewed, police said.

Shull’s brother, Christopher Lawrence Shull, said the charges are “untrue, unfounded and the accuser is falsely accusing him” in a brief Monday afternoon telephone interview.

A woman identifying herself as the suspect’s mother also said the child who made the claims against him lied to police. She said the girl has some family issues and lashed out against Shull, making up the allegations of sexual battery after learning about that behavior from a friend who had been abused.

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