Missing Person 16 Year Old Forestville, MD Boy

Police in Prince George’s County are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing 16-year-old boy.

Oludumare Obasuie Ayodeji has been missing from the Forestville area since 7 a.m. Tuesday, when he was last seen in the 1900 block of Alamonte Avenue, according to police.

Ayodeji is described by police as a black male, standing 5 feet 10 inches, and weighing 180 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Ayodeji was last seen wearing a black and blue shirt and tan pants.

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Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Regional Investigation Division – Central Region at 301-772-4911

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Missing Person Colorado Girl Man Be Traveling to KS

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing and endangered girl who may be traveling into Kansas.

The missing child is five-year-old Sidney Carlisle. She’s white, about 3’8″ and weighs approximately 35 pounds. She has short brown hair and blue eyes and was last seen in her front yard wearing a pink Snoopy dress.

The CBI says that around 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 28-year-old Kiri McMillion arrived at the girl’s home in Colorado Springs and forcibly picked her up when she refused to leave.

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McMillion is Carlisle’s mother, but does not have custody of the girl. She’s described as a white female, 5’6″ and 120 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink flannel shirt, jeans and cowboy boots.

The CBI said McMillion is a known drug user and has previously abandoned one of her children with non-family members after taking them.

McMillion and the girl left in a vehicle that has since been recovered in Yuma, Colorado. The CBI says McMillion may also now be with a man tentatively identified as Joe Sampson, but there is no description of him or the vehicle they’re in. Authorities believe they may be traveling into western Kansas.

Anyone with information is asked to call police. See attached bulletin for more information.

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Pedophile Tracking Wilson, TN Suspect Sentenced to 36 Years

A man who faced 35 counts of child sex crimes in Wilson County pleaded guilty Wednesday to two counts of child rape.

Stephen E. Beck, 44, was sentenced to 36 years without parole, according to the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office. He will also be on lifetime community supervision and listed on the Sex Offender Registry for life.

Beck had been scheduled for trial Aug. 5.

Initial charges against Beck in Wilson County were nine counts of rape against a child, 16 counts of rape and 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.

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He is also charged with three counts of rape in Rutherford County that are separate from the Wilson County charges.

The plea deal in Wilson County included an agreement that Beck enters a plea in Rutherford County as well, which Assistant District Attorney Tom Swink expects to happen soon. The sentence in Rutherford County is expected to run concurrent with the Wilson County sentence, Swink said.

Beck was indicted in 2010 by Wilson County and Rutherford County grand juries.

He went on the run in July 2011, when he failed to make a Wilson County court appearance, and was eventually placed on the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s 10 Most Wanted list.

Beck was located in May 2014 in Wilmington, N.C., living under a stolen identity. Beck had also lived in the Johnson City area avoiding capture, according to police.

“We in our office appreciate the tireless efforts of law enforcement in tracking down this defendant so that he could be brought to justice here today,” Swink said. “We are also extremely grateful and appreciative of the two victims in this case and their family members, who have exercised both courage and patience through this long process. I believe that they feel a sense of justice with today’s outcome.”

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Missing Person Two Charged After Remains Found in Pfafftown, NC Home

Two people have been charged in connection with a missing person investigation.

Jason Michael Mitchell, 34, and Mary Utleye Mitchell, 48, both of Pfafftown, are charged with felonious destruction of body/concealment of death.

The investigation was initiated by the Winston-Salem Police Department with the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office aiding.

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During the course of the investigations, information was developed that led investigators to a home at 3555 Brookbank Drive in Pfafftown.

On June 26, the home and surrounding property was searched and human remains were discovered.

The human remains are being evaluated at this time and investigators are waiting on positive identification, the sheriff’s office said Wednesday.

Warrants for arrest for Jason Mitchell and Mary Mitchell were obtained on Wednesday.

Jason Mitchell and Mary Mitchell were placed in the Forsyth County Detention Center.

Jason Mitchell is being held under a $75,000 secured bond. Mary Mitchell is being held under a $15,000 secured bond.

The two are scheduled to appear in court on July 16.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call CrimeStoppers at (336) 727-2800.

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Insurance Fraud Harrisburg, PA Man Charged

A Harrisburg area man is accused of collecting more than $70,000 in fraudulent insurance claims by saying his home flooded to the point he had to stay in a hotel. An investigation into the claims, however, proved the hotel fictitious and the claims a scam, according to the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General .

David Lee Stewart, 36, has been charged with insurance fraud, theft by deception and criminal attempt theft by deception in connection with claims he made while living at his rental property in the 3000 block of Green Street, according to charging documents.

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Agents from the Insurance Fraud Section of the Attorney General’s Office say Stewart submitted fraudulent receipts and made false statements in an attempt to collect insurance proceeds from September 2011 to December 2014 through United Services Casualty Insurance Company. Stewart, who was not insured by the policy but lived at the property with his wife who was listed, made multiple property claims for basement floodings, agents say.

In a press release, the Attorney General’s Office said an initial claim Stewart filed in September 2011 stated that a large amount of property had been lost in the first flood, and the claim was followed by four payments by the company, which exhausted the the $30,800 policy limit.

In a second claim in February 2012, Stewart allegedly submitted a receipt showing he and his wife were forced to stay a dozen days at a $200-per-night bed and breakfast in the 300 block of South 18th Street in the city. Agents later discovered “Green’s Bed and Breakfast” did not exist at the location written on the receipt but that Stewart had accepted $33,200, which again exceeded the policy limits.

Agents say Stewart filed a third claim just more than two months later. In that claim, he said sewage had once again backed up into the basement of the Green Street home, which led him to ask for reimbursement from a stay at a “Green Suites” in the 1200 block of Rolleston Street.

The insurance company paid out about $10,037 on the claim, but a company representative later attempted to track down the address and discovered the address on the receipt led him to an annex building to the Trinity Lutheran Church.

The company finally denied a fourth claim filed by Stewart, which stated he needed reimbursement for ruined music equipment. The equipment, according to the claim, was purchased from “Steve’s Muzic” in the 600 block of South Paxton Street. The address was not valid, according to the company’s denial.

Despite the denial, Stewart collected a total of $74,037 from the insurance company, according to charging documents.

Agents met with the owners at each alleged location and found the properties had never existed as bed and breakfasts, hotels or music shops. The Green Street home owner also told agents she had evicted Stewart, his wife and her daughter from the residence in October 2012 for not paying rent. They later spent about six months renting from the pastor at the Rolleston Street address, agents learned.

Stewart is being held in Dauphin County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail, according to online court records. He is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 6 for a preliminary hearing.

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Private Detective: Lexington Police Looking for Group That Broke into Store

Lexington police are looking for a group of burglars who broke into a Lexington store early Wednesday morning.

Police say several people kicked in the door of Life’s Journey Clothing on Forbes Road around 1 a.m. The group got inside and took off with some items.

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Police say officers plan to review surveillance camera footage in hopes of identifying the suspects.

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Wrongful Death Family of Murder Victim Turns to Public for Information

Five people were shot this past father’s day at Douglass Park during the city’s Dirt Bowl Tournament. That shooting turned into a homicide investigation when a man died from his injuries four days later.

Now family of the the victim, Kwame El-Amin is turning to the public for help.

http://liarcatchers.com/wrongful_death.html

The shooting happened during the first night of the city’s Super Sunday Dirt Bowl basketball tournament. Several police were in the crowd when several shots were fired around 9 that evening. Lexington police say four of those victims were treated and released that night.

Unfortunately, El-Amin who was simply sitting inthe park watching the game, succumbed to his critical wounds. Now his family is speaking out and asking the public for information.

“He was known for supporting community events and on this day, the first day of the summer Dirt Bowl, he was front and center supporting our youth,” said the victim’s sister, Ahenewa El- Amin.

If you have information on the Douglass Park shooting, you are asked to call police.

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Private Detective: Three Arrested in Whitley Co. Meth Bust

A suspicious activity tip led to a methamphetamine bust in Whitley County.

Around 8 p.m. Tuesday June 30, 2015, officers from the Whitley County Sheriff’s office responded to the Woodbine community after he received a complaint about suspicious activity.Upon arrival, they located a vehicle and three persons.

Charlotte Shilt, 49, of Ed Karr Road, provided them with consent to search the vehicle. In it, they found numerous items associated with the manufacture of methamphetamine.

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Shilt and a man also in the car, 26-year-old Arthur Turner, were arrested. Each is charged with unlawful possession of meth precursors and possession of drug paraphernalia.

In the parking lot at that time was 32-year-old Amy E. Steffens. She was searched by a female officer, and on her person was found a needle. She was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

All three were lodged in the Whitley County Detention Center.

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Missing Person Lexington Woman FOUND After Golden Alert

Lexington Police say 68-year-old Mary McFayden, the subject of a Golden Alert earlier today, has been found.  They say she was with other family members.

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She was reported missing from 3716 Trent Circle at 9:30a.m., but was last seen several hours before.

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Wrongful Death Reward Offered in Lexington Mother’s Murder

Lexington Police have exhausted all their leads in the July 2014 murder of Amanda Franco, who was shot while sitting on the steps of her Race Street home. Now they’re turning to the public for help.

“We normally do get a lot of tips” says Detective Mark Thomas. “A lot of through-the-grapevine type leads to investigate.  Unfortunately, in this case we don’t even have a name.”

http://liarcatchers.com/wrongful_death.html

Crime Stoppers is offering a thousand dollar cash reward for information that cracks the case. If you know anything, call the tip line at 859.253.2020.

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