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Located safe; Larry Alan Thomas 50 - Greenville, South Carolina

GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -
The Greenville County Sheriff's Office said a man reported missing last week has been found safe in Scottsdale, AZ.

Deputies said Larry Alan Thomas, 50, was reported missing by his wife after not returning from work Oct. 15.

Source: http://www.foxcarolina.com/story/26805907/greenville-co-sheriffs-office-searching-for-missing-man

Located safe; Chris Martinez 54 - Dale City, California

SAN FRANCISCO —

An at-risk man who had been missing from Daly City since last week was found safe in San Francisco, police said Wednesday.

Chris Martinez, 54, was reported missing from a transitional home on Oct. 14, according to Daly City police.

Source: http://m.ktvu.com/news/news/local/man-suffering-mental-illness-missing-daly-city/nhpYd/

Eartly body located and identified; David Goodwin 65 - Middleton, Connecticut

A Middletown family has some closure now after a loved one disappeared one year ago.

Connecticut State Police have identified the remains that were found near an entry ramp to I-95 earlier this month as 65-year-old David Godwin Sr. of Middletown who went missing last year.

Police have determined the death to be suspicious and dental records were used to help identify Godwin who was last seen on Oct. 13, 2013 at the passport in Middletown and had taken a train from the shoreline to New York.

State police said a cause of death will be determined after further investigation by the Chief State Medical Examiner's Office.

The decomposed body was found by a Department of Transportation crew in the woods near the northbound entry ramp of I-95 in New London on Oct. 10.

Goodwin Sr. is the father of a Middletown police sergeant however the department is not commenting on the case at this time.

He was a retired anesthesiologist technician working his career at Middlesex Hospital and the initial missing persons report was released on Oct. 18, 2013.

The case remains under investigation.

Source: http://www.wfsb.com/story/26866473/body-found-near-i-95-in-new-london-identified-as-missing-middletown-man

Earthly body located; Sarah Jo Carter 33 - Webster County, Missouri

UPDATE - Wednesday, October 22, 2014:

NIANGUA, Mo. -- An autopsy has confirmed that human remains found over the weekend, are those a missing Webster County woman, investigators say. Missouri Highway Patrol spokesman Sgt. Jason Pace says the remains were found Sunday near the community of Rader, Missouri.

Sarah Jo Carter, 33 was reported missing several weeks ago, according to the Webster County Sheriff's office. Her purse, drivers license and personal items were left at a friends home in Niangua, where she had been staying.

The official cause of death has not been released yet.

Source: http://www.ozarksfirst.com/story/d/story/public-asked-for-information-on-missing-woman/36342/ed16WeQ0ZUy5bLV1jsYhDw

Earthly body located; Melissa Hansen 25 - Windham, Connecticut

WINDHAM - State police said a Silver Alert issued Saturday ended with the discovery of a body the next day in Windham.

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said Melissa Hansen, 25, died of drowning. The circumstances are pending further study.

Police said they found no criminal aspect to Hansen's death.

Hansen was found around 8 a.m. Sunday in the area of Route 203 and 32 during a search involving state troopers and search and rescue dogs, according to police.

Source: http://m.norwichbulletin.com/article/20141021/NEWS/141029902

Earthly body located; Todd Hoffstrom 56 - St Anthony, Minnesota

A missing St. Anthony man whose son was shot and killed by police last year was found dead in Roseville.

Todd Hoffstrom, 56, was located about 11 a.m. Thursday inside a vehicle at a commercial parking lot being used for storage of semitrailers along the 2700 block of Fairview Avenue, according to Lt. Lorne Rosand, spokesman for Roseville police.

Someone on business in the parking lot spotted the vehicle with a body inside and called police, Rosand said.

Source: http://www.twincities.com/localnews/ci_26748520/missing-st-anthony-man-found-dead-roseville-parking

Located safe; Ian Grey Biggs 19 - Portland, Oregon

UPDATE: Police said early Monday evening that Ian Grey Biggs, 19, was found safe.

Original story:

PORTLAND, Ore. – Portland police are asking for help in finding a 19-year-old man who hasn't been seen for more than a week.

Ian Grey Biggs was dropped off at the MAX platform in Chinatown on Saturday, Oct. 11. That was the last time he was seen, police said.

His friends said he was going to meet a couple in Delta Park who had posted an ad on Craigslist seeking a caregiver.

Source: http://www.katu.com/news/local/Police-need-help-finding-19-year-old-man-last-seen-in-Chinatown--279843502.html?mobile=y

Earthly body located; John Casalaspro 25 - Staten Island, New York

Brighton resident who went missing on Staten Island earlier this month, according to family members.

An NYPD spokesman could not immediately confirm that account, citing an open investigation.

The Hudson County Prosecutor's Office on Monday identified the body found in Bayonne as the missing 25-year-old, but did not name the man, according to The Jersey Journal.

Casalaspro's family say police notified them Monday afternoon.

"Everybody's at a loss for words," said Doreen Slaven, Casalaspro's cousin.

The family is currently awaiting an autopsy to determine the cause of his death, she said.

"Nothing is known yet besides that we have his body and Johnny is home. Now we just want to know what happened," Ms. Slaven said.

Casalaspro was last seen the night of Oct. 9 near a concrete pier behind a Mobil gas station at Bard Avenue and Richmond Terrace in Livingston, his family said.

He was reported missing to the police Friday morning when he did not show up for his job as a plumber's assistant.

"We expected the worse when he went missing, but that didn't make it any easier," said Ms. Slaven, who described her cousin as caring and family-oriented.

"He was always there for you -- he'd never just leave us like this."

Friends and family say they searched the area around Richmond Terrace every day, desperately wanting to find clues about his sudden disappearance.

Source: http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2014/10/body_found_floating_in_bayonne.html#incart_related_stories

MATTIE'S CALL: Betty Jean Martin, 49 - Atlanta, GEORGIA (despondent)

The Atlanta Police Department has issued a Mattie's Call for a missing 49-year-old woman. Betty Jean Martin disappeared on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014.
Miss Martin was seen last at 10 Park Place. She suffers from major depression. When last seen, she was wearing a gray sweatshirt and gray sweatpants. She has been described as 5-feet-4-inches tall and weighing 145 pounds. Miss Martin has brown eyes and short brown hair.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Miss Martin is asked to please call the Atlanta Police Department's Adult Missing Persons Unit at (404) 546-4235 or 911.
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SILVER ALERT: Gail Coppersmith, 63 - Douglas County, KANSAS (Alzheimer's - from Georgetown, TX - driving a 2012 Toyota Prius with TX plate BFY1994)

A SILVER ALERT has been issued in Douglas County for Gail Coppersmith, 63, of Georgetown, Texas.
Coppersmith has Alzheimer's and needs her medication.
She was last seen driving a 2012 Toyota Prius with Texas license plates: BFY1994.
She is 5 feet, 7 inches tall and around 175 pounds. She has brownish-gray hair and hazel eyes. She may be wearing a black jacket.
She left a home in Douglas County around 3 a.m., Tuesday and wanted to go back to Texas. GPS from her phone last showed her near I-35 and 75th Street, possibly heading west.
Anyone who sees Coppersmith is asked to call police.
 

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www.lostnmissing.com


LostNMissing Inc., is an all-volunteer national tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (the "code") and qualifies as a public supported organization under Sections, or Categories: P99 (Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C.); M99 (Other Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness, and Relief N.E.C.); I01 (Alliance/Advocacy Organizations). LostNMissing is organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of New Hampshire. We never charge a fee for our services.

ENDANGERED #MISSING: Elizabeth "Liz" Kenneally, 25 - Phoenixville, PENNSYLVANIA (last sighted in Norristown, PA)

A 25-year-old borough mother has been listed as a missing person by police and her family hopes to establish contact with her.
Elizabeth "Liz" Kenneally has reportedly been missing since Oct. 15 but was last sighted in Norristown Oct. 17, according to the Phoenixville Police. She also briefly spoke to a family friend via phone Monday, according to Facebook accounts tied to family members and friends, but she was reportedly in tears. It's unknown where the call came from.
Kenneally is the mother of a young boy who police said was dropped off at an aunt's before she went missing. He is safe, according to police.
 Police confirmed that the family filed a missing person's report for Kenneally but they don't believe her disappearance is under suspicious circumstances.
They said the family told them that Kenneally going off the grid is "not unusual" and that she suffers from addiction and mental health issues.
"So many families have someone that suffers, whether from drugs, depression (or) alcoholism, but some may not experience it firsthand and don't understand," Kenneally's mother, Susan Lynn Pozio Bossley, wrote on Facebook. "Families' lives change forever and you live always waiting for the phone to ring. That's how we live ours. Addiction is a life long disease."
Although police do not believe the situation is related to an abduction, a person having no contact with concerned parties is enough to be listed as a missing person.
Bossley, who lives in New York but came to the area to find her daughter, told The Mercury she is concerned because no one has physically seen her daughter since last week.
She and others also accused Kenneally's boyfriend of being uncooperative in the attempt to locate Kenneally.
In flyers posted across Facebook, Kenneally is described as being 5 feet 7 inches tall, approximately 150 pounds with a "medium build," blue eyes, and dark hair, though in many photos her hair appears to be blonde.
She also has a tattoo which reads, "Never Lose Hope" across the top of her chest.
Anyone with information on the case can call Phoenixville Police at 610-933-1180.
"If anyone knows where Lizzy is, please speak up," Bossley said. "We need to know she's, at least, safe.
 
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www.lostnmissing.com


LostNMissing Inc., is an all-volunteer national tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (the "code") and qualifies as a public supported organization under Sections, or Categories: P99 (Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C.); M99 (Other Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness, and Relief N.E.C.); I01 (Alliance/Advocacy Organizations). LostNMissing is organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of New Hampshire. We never charge a fee for our services.

Located safe; Ghayth Nur Kashif - 81- Prince George’s County, Maryland

Update: The missing man has been found in good health.

Ghayth Kashif

The Prince George's County Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in searching for a missing person. He is identified as 81-year-old Ghayth Nur Kashif.

Source: http://pgpolice.blogspot.com/2014/10/pgpd-searches-for-missing-man_20.html

Silver Alert cancelled; Howard Bullard 53 - Rush County, Indiana

RUSH COUNTY, Ind. - A statewide alert was canceled Thursday night after an Indiana man went missing Tuesday.

Indiana State Police said Howard Bullard, 53, went missing Tuesday in Rushville. The Rush County Sheriff requested the alert be canceled just before 8:30 p.m. Thursday.

Source: http://www.theindychannel.com/news/local-news/silver-alert-declared-for-missing-rush-county-man

Located safe; Deborah Daniels 60 - Deland, Florida

DELAND, Fla. —

Deputies have located a woman who disappeared from the DeLand area Sunday morning.

The missing woman, 60-year-old Deborah Daniels, was located shortly before 9:30 p.m. Sunday.

Source: http://m.wftv.com/news/news/local/deputies-search-missing-volusia-county-woman/nhm9j/

Silver Alert cancelled located safe; Ethel Crescenzo 79 - Surprise, Arizona

A Surprise woman who was reported missing Thursday afternoon has been found, officials said.

Ethel Crescenzo, 79, was found Sunday by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, according to Surprise Police Department spokesman James Jackson.
Around noon, MCSO deputies found her unoccupied car near 179th Avenue and Dove Valley Road, a rural desert area with extremely rough terrain. MCSO deputies, Surprise police, K-9 teams from the Arizona Department of Corrections and MCSO's search and rescue team and helicopter searched the desert near the vehicle, Jackson said in a release.
Four hours later, the MCSO air unit found Crescenzo down an embankment approximately 300 yards from her car. She had many scrapes and bruises as a result of falling, and was taken to a hospital by a medical helicopter.
Crescenzo told Surprise police that she became lost and stopped near where she was found. She said did not know how long she had been lost in the area, Jackson said.
She was reunited with her family at the hospital.
Crescenzo had last been seen leaving her Surprise residence Tuesday morning heading to the Talking Stick Casino near Scottsdale, a statement from the Surprise Police Department said.
The Arizona Department of Transportation issued a Silver Alert for the woman on Thursday afternoon.

Source: http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/surprise/2014/10/19/missing-surprise-woman-found-abrk/17590347/

Silver Alert cancelled located safe; Ethel Crenzo 79 - Surprise, Arizona

A Surprise woman who was reported missing Thursday afternoon has been found, officials said.

Ethel Crescenzo, 79, was found Sunday by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, according to Surprise Police Department spokesman James Jackson.
Around noon, MCSO deputies found her unoccupied car near 179th Avenue and Dove Valley Road, a rural desert area with extremely rough terrain. MCSO deputies, Surprise police, K-9 teams from the Arizona Department of Corrections and MCSO's search and rescue team and helicopter searched the desert near the vehicle, Jackson said in a release.
Four hours later, the MCSO air unit found Crescenzo down an embankment approximately 300 yards from her car. She had many scrapes and bruises as a result of falling, and was taken to a hospital by a medical helicopter.
Crescenzo told Surprise police that she became lost and stopped near where she was found. She said did not know how long she had been lost in the area, Jackson said.
She was reunited with her family at the hospital.
Crescenzo had last been seen leaving her Surprise residence Tuesday morning heading to the Talking Stick Casino near Scottsdale, a statement from the Surprise Police Department said.
The Arizona Department of Transportation issued a Silver Alert for the woman on Thursday afternoon.

Source: http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/surprise/2014/10/19/missing-surprise-woman-found-abrk/17590347/

Located safe; Guadalupe Ambrosi 34 - Mesa, Arizona

Per the Mesa Police Department: Guadalupe Ambrosi has been found.

Source: http://www.bolocop.com/alert.php?a=602

Located safe; Frank Perry 31 - St Louis, Illinois

COLLINSVILLE, IL (KTVI) – Police found a missing St. Louis man after he went missing Saturday night. Frank Perry, 31, has been found safe in St. Louis, MO.

Source: http://fox2now.com/2014/10/19/police-looking-for-missing-st-louis-man/

Located safe; Fran Perry 31 - St Louis, Illinois

COLLINSVILLE, IL (KTVI) – Police found a missing St. Louis man after he went missing Saturday night. Frank Perry, 31, has been found safe in St. Louis, MO.

Source: http://fox2now.com/2014/10/19/police-looking-for-missing-st-louis-man/

Located safe; Cristal Parrish 22 - Huron Township, Michigan

HURON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — Police say they have made in-person contact with a young woman they had been searching for and that she is fine.

Christal Parrish, 22, went missing in late September. Now living in Huron Township on the east side of the state, she told friends in her hometown of Holland that she was coming for a visit and then never showed up. Friends were concerned because her Facebook account had been deactivated, which they said was unlike Parrish.

Tuesday, police said one of Parrish's social media accounts had been being activated and deactivated and that posts were being made, though they weren't immediately sure that the posts were actually from Parrish.

Wednesday afternoon, Huron Township police told 24 Hour News 8 Parrish had been located, that they made contact with her in person and that she was safe and well.

Source: http://woodtv.com/2014/10/15/police-missing-woman-22-found-safe/

Located safe; Johnathan Ryan Dunlap 24 - Huntsville, Alabama

ARAB, Alabama -- A National Guardsman from Huntsville who was last seen leaving Arab on Oct. 4 is safe, according to police.

Arab police were searching for Jonathan Ryan Dunlap. Arab Police Chief Ed Ralston said Dunlap left Arab that day to go to a drill in Cullman but he never showed up. He was reported missing a few days later. Ralston said Dunlap was later seen on ATM camera footage in Arkansas. A pastor also made contact with him there.

Ralston said Dunlap is safe. It is not known why he did not let others know his whereabouts.

Source: http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2014/10/missing_huntsville_national_gu.html#incart_related_stories

Located safe; Johnathan Ryan Dunlap 24 - Huntsville, Alabama

ARAB, Alabama -- A National Guardsman from Huntsville who was last seen leaving Arab on Oct. 4 is safe, according to police.

Arab police were searching for Jonathan Ryan Dunlap. Arab Police Chief Ed Ralston said Dunlap left Arab that day to go to a drill in Cullman but he never showed up. He was reported missing a few days later. Ralston said Dunlap was later seen on ATM camera footage in Arkansas. A pastor also made contact with him there.

Ralston said Dunlap is safe. It is not known why he did not let others know his whereabouts.

Source: http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2014/10/missing_huntsville_national_gu.html#incart_related_stories

ENDANGERED #MISSING: Bonnie Dora Moore, 44 - Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (NEEDS MEDICATION - from Utah)

The Los Angeles Police Dept. is asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing Utah woman -- who a friend said was arrested while walking on an L.A. area freeway last month, after leaving her vehicle in traffic.
Bonnie Dora Moore, 44, was spotted by an officer walking down a highway in downtown Los Angeles on Sept. 17, according to friend Martin King. He said she was arrested and booked into jail because the officer believed Moore was under the influence of something.
Moore's vehicle was found a short distance away in traffic, and the California Highway Patrol had to push it off the roadway, King added. The vehicle was subsequently impounded.
According to King, Moore was booked into jail just before 5 a.m. on Sept. 17 and was released on her own recognizance at approximately 9:35 p.m. that same day. He said she left the police station wearing blue flannel pants and a green shirt, but no shoes. She was last seen after her release in the 100 block of N. Los Angeles St. near the police station, the Los Angeles Police Dept. (LAPD) said, and has not been seen since.
Moore, a disabled veteran of the U.S. Army who served in Germany, has mental health challenges and requires medication. King said he believes that Moore may have been off her medication at the time of her arrest, which could explain the officer's believing she was under the influence of some type of stimulant.
Moore, who is from Tooele but was living in Castle Dale, is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs approximately 175 pounds. Family and friends aren't even sure why she was in Los Angeles. However, King said it's extremely unlikely that Moore, an experienced traveler, got lost there.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the LAPD's Missing Persons Unit at (213) 996-1800.
Facebook page has been established to provide information and encourage anyone with information on Moore's whereabouts to come forward.
 
SOURCE: http://www.kutv.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/Utah-woman-disappeared-after-arrest-last-month-LAPD-says-49810.shtml#.VERRIfnIKAe
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LostNMissing Inc., is an all-volunteer national tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (the "code") and qualifies as a public supported organization under Sections, or Categories: P99 (Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C.); M99 (Other Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness, and Relief N.E.C.); I01 (Alliance/Advocacy Organizations). LostNMissing is organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of New Hampshire. We never charge a fee for our services.
 

#MISSING: Frank Perry Jr., 31 - St. Louis, ILLINOIS (last known to be walking on Interstate 270 near Granite City, IL)

Police are looking for a missing St. Louis man after he went missing Saturday night.
Frank Perry Jr., age 31, told a family member that he needed a ride home from work at around 10pm.   He works at a warehouse in Pontoon Beach, Illinois.  Perry told his family member he was walking on Interstate 270 near Granite City, Illinois.  He also said he thought a police car had stopped nearby.
Perry has not been in contact with his family since the phone call.   Illinois State Police checked with area law enforcement.  They report no contact with Perry.
Anyone with information on Perry is asked to call the Illinois State Police at 618-346-3627.

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LostNMissing Inc.

www.lostnmissing.com


LostNMissing Inc., is an all-volunteer national tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (the "code") and qualifies as a public supported organization under Sections, or Categories: P99 (Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C.); M99 (Other Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness, and Relief N.E.C.); I01 (Alliance/Advocacy Organizations). LostNMissing is organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of New Hampshire. We never charge a fee for our services.

#MISSING: Deborah Daniels, 60 - DeLand, FLORIDA

Deputies are searching for a woman who disappeared from the DeLand area Sunday morning.
Investigators believe 60-year-old Deborah Daniels walked away from her home just north of DeLand on Circle Drive.
Her boyfriend said he found a note from her at 3 a.m. and reported her missing seven hours later.
Officials are concerned for Daniels' well-being because she was reportedly depressed when she left.
Deputies searched for her via helicopter but were unable to locate her.
Daniels is described as being just over 5 feet tall, about 120 pounds, and has blonde hair and hazel eyes.
She was last seen wearing dark blue shorts, a blue sweater and black sneakers.
Anyone who sees her is asked to call 911.
 
SOURCE: http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/deputies-search-missing-volusia-county-woman/nhm9j/
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LostNMissing Inc.

www.lostnmissing.com


LostNMissing Inc., is an all-volunteer national tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (the "code") and qualifies as a public supported organization under Sections, or Categories: P99 (Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C.); M99 (Other Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness, and Relief N.E.C.); I01 (Alliance/Advocacy Organizations). LostNMissing is organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of New Hampshire. We never charge a fee for our services.