Have You Seen Me?

Saturday, March 21, 2009

? Who Murdered ~William Tillett~

$50,000 Reward

The City of Inglewood is Offering a $50,000 Reward for information leading to the identification, apprehension, and conviction of the persons responsible for the murder of William Tillett (pictured at right)

On Thursday, May 24, 1990, eleven year old William Tillett was abducted after leaving Bennett-Kew Elementary School located at 11851 S. Yukon Avenue. It was determined that William Tillett walked eastbound on 118th Street, northbound on Simms Avenue, then eastbound on Imperial Highway en route to his home in the area of Hudspeth Street and Spinning.

William was last seen alive at about 3:00 p.m. in the area of what was then Thrifty Drug Store located at Imperial Highway and Crenshaw Boulevard.

At approximately 10:00 p.m. that same evening, William's body was discovered to the rear of 4079 W. 138th Street in the City of Hawthorne. A silver or gray Datsun 280Z was seen fleeing the apartment complex shortly before William's body was found. This vehicle was occupied by two male blacks in their mid-twenties. A red bookbag/backpack was found at the Hawthorne Mall the day following the discovery of William Tillett's body.

The Inglewood Police Department requests the help of anyone with information regarding this tragic murder. Any information provided by any witnesses will be held in strict confidentiality.

Please help our community bring the responsible person(s) to justice for the murder of William Tillett!
City of Inglewood

Anyone with information, please call
Inglewood Police Department
Sergeant Percy Roberts (310) 412-5246

Friday, March 20, 2009

Monday, March 16, 2009

Monday4 the Missing ~Rachel Conger~

Written by:
Delilah, of Mothers are Vanishing

March 13, 2008 was the first day of Spring Break for Amber Simmons, but when she awoke that morning things were different.
Her mother, Rachel Conger, wasn't home and as Amber went about her day, her mother never returned.
Family members gathered and went to the police that evening and reported her missing.

Rachel was estranged from her husband, Paul Conger, and by March 16 he would be found dead of a self inflicted gunshot wound.
Sources say that the marriage between Rachel and Paul was stormy and they had planned on a divorce.
According to investigators they think Rachel is the victim of a murder suicide at the hands of her husband, Paul.

According to family members Rachel married young, but always had a great sense of responsibility.
She was young when she became a mother, but took the role quite seriously and raised her daughter, Amber to have that same sense.
Rachel's first marriage broke up, but she was on great terms with her ex husband's family and they all mended their fences years ago.
Rachel stayed close to the family, as did Amber.

Even though this year did not bring the answers Amber is looking for, it's not because she hasn't been in the forefront leading the way for searches to be conducted in several areas of interest.
Amber coordinated car washes, bake sales, and concerts, any way she could she raised money to fund searches.

Last month, CUE Center for Missing Persons united with local law enforcement and search and recovery K9 teams from all over the country to conduct a massive search, trying to bring Rachel home before the one year anniversary of her vanishing. Although weather hampered their efforts, they will be back again to continue searching.

Amber Simmons has had a lot of love and support for her efforts this year, not only from her loving family, but from total strangers who were won over by her maturity and strength to carry on looking for her mother.

“My mom was the most amazing woman ever and the best friend I have ever had and that is what keeps me going everyday. I know that one day eventually she will be found because I will never give up looking for my mother, my best friend. I could tell her everything and she wouldn't judge me- only help me and be understanding.”

This beautiful poem is posted on the family site,
Bring Rachel Home:
Rachel Lynn Younger Conger
Oct. 11, 1977-March 13, 2008
The Broken Chain
We little knew that morning,
that God was going to call your name.
In life we loved you dearly,
In death we do the same.
It broke our hearts to lose you,
you did not go alone;
for part of us went with you,
the day God called you home.

You left us peaceful memories,
your love is still our guide;
and though we cannot see you,
you are always at our side.
Our family chain is broken,
and nothing seems the same;
but as GOD calls us one by one,
The Chain will link again.
~author unknown

Printable Poster

Donations for further searches can be made at the family site or directly to CUE Center For Missing Persons.

Prayers, support and encouragement for Amber and her family can be made at Peace4 the Missing.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

~Maya & Rafael Espinosa~


As of 6/5, Maya & Rojo have been found!

Our deepest thanks to all of you who have helped and continue to help bring Maya and Rojo safely home.


Thank you to everyone for your thoughts and prayers.
On February 6, Maya and Rafael (Rojo) Espinosa were abducted by their non-custodial mother, Cindy Adler.

The police are encouraging us to cast a broad net, and we are developing a reward account for location and recovery of the children.
Missing: Maya and Rafael (Rojo) Espinosa

By Rubn Rosario
"Having the kids gone has turned our family's world upside down, and it is the most horrible thing I have ever gone through, and I don't wish it on any parent," said Espinosa, 38, of St. Paul.

On Feb. 6, Cindy Kaye Adler, 34, picked up 9-year-old Maya Espinosa and 6-year-old Rafael "Rojo" Espinosa as part of her every-other-weekend visitation rights.

They have not been seen or heard from since and are now the subjects of a national and international search involving St. Paul police, the FBI and federal marshals.

"We believe they are no longer in the state," said St. Paul police spokesman Peter Crum.

Authorities so far have learned that Adler, who has relatives in Wisconsin and Winona, Minn., dyed her hair and similarly altered her children's appearance. Among leads is a tip she may have sought refuge somewhere in Missouri.

Adler and Espinosa had a common-law relationship and parted ways after the second child was born. Adler had custody of both children until Espinosa took her to court in 2005 for deprivation of parental rights. READ MORE...
St. Paul dad waits for word on kids, allegedly abucted by mom

Monday, March 9, 2009

Have You Seen Me? ~Paul Allard~

I have been featuring 'Have You Seen Me?' as they arrive in my mailbox. They are indeed those small pictures on the back of junk mail that's often times thrown away, without even a second glance. If you googled Paul Allard because of the "Have You Seen Me?" picture, and that's how you wound up reading this, please take an extra moment, and drop me a line on the comment box.

The disappearance of Paul Allard is considered the oldest case of a missing child, in Miami. The most recent 'update' I could find was an article written 3 years ago.

Miami's Oldest Missing Child Cold Case Reopened
POSTED: Monday, January 16, 2006

Miami-Dade police are revisiting one of the oldest cases on county books -- the disappearance of a 14-year-old boy nearly 30 years ago.

Carol Allard, who lives in East Hartford, Conn., still agonizes about her son, who vanished while staying with relatives in South Miami-Dade.

"I'm always looking and wondering. It's been a nightmare," Allard said.

Paul Allard was last seen on Aug. 13, 1976. He had called his mother to tell her he wanted to come home. They made plans for an uncle to pick him up.

On that same day, Allard walked along Bird Road near 112th Avenue, headed for a 7-Eleven store. He never got there.

Allard's relatives from Orlando and South Miami-Dade met with Dinorah Perry, the founder of Missing Children International Ministries, and they persuaded police to reopen the case.

"Somebody somewhere knows something," Perry said. "Back in 1976 there was no DNA, no computer technology. It was not available then."

Carol Allard said, "I would love to … have peace of mind and know where my son is."

There is a $1,000 reward in this case from Miami-Dade CrimeStoppers. Detectives are starting from scratch in this, their oldest missing child case, because there are no records left of missing children before 1978.

Now, all records are kept for 100 years.
Family Persuades Police To Take New Look

NCMEC Printable Poster

Monday4 the Missing ~Amy Fitzpatrick~

My name is Christopher Fitzpatrick. My Daughter Amy Fitzpatrick, 15, has not been seen since the evening of New Years Day, when she left her friends home in the tourist resort of Riviera del Sol, on the Costa del Sol. She left her friends house to walk the 10 - minute walk to her house, at around 10pm on the 1st January 2008. Help find Amy Fitzpatrick (myspace)

Printable Posters:
Search For Amy Webiste
NCMEC Printable Poster (spanish)

The Petition
We are campaigning in an appeal to the European Parliament for European Alert System to be put in place for Missing Children
We are asking all parents, Grand-parents, extended family, friends and there children to sign our petition it only takes a couple of seconds to sign

Christopher Fitzpatrick (Amy Fitzpatrick Dad) Christine Kenny (Amy's Fitzpatrick Aunt), Billy Kenny, Christine’s family, Joe Power, Claudine Hope, Maura & Joe Martin, Sandra & Alan O'Brien www.miss.ie, are Backing the Campaign in an appeal to The European Parliament. We need your support too. Please sign our petition and Make the Politicians listen to us.

We are also looking for volunteer's in Ireland and in European countries to help assist in our on-going campaign to get signatures on the petition to get a European Alert System set into place.

This is a system that is set up in America and has been very successful in locating missing children
Petition for Amber Alert System

Official Help Find Amy Website
Help Find Amy (bebo)

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Get Your Justice Live!!!

Get Your Justice Live is an interactive internet talk radio show that focuses on reforming the judiciary, with a special focus on the anti-family courts within the United States.
(8:00pm EST).

What is Get Your Justice Live?
Our goal is not to work against the system but to work through it and working together there is power in numbers to make a positive change. Tune in!
Help us keep the judiciary honest by exposing suspected wrongdoings, bias, corruption, and unjust decisions.
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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Endangered Missing 1997~1996

This is NOT the entire list of missing children from 1996-1997. At this time, there are approximately 721 Endangered Missing cases listed with NCMEC.
58 of those cases are 1996-1997.
The link for each missing child listed here, is the direct link to a
NCMEC printable poster.

If you live near any of these locations, have a printer, and have the time to pass out a few flyers, you could very well save a life someday! Your help is appreciated!
Thank You.


Dec. 22, 1997
Endangered Missing
New York, NY.

Nov. 25, 1997
Endangered Missing
Eureka, CA.

Oct. 26, 1997
Endangered Missing
Lexington, KY.

Aug. 17, 1997
Endangered Missing
La Marque, TX.

June 4, 1997
Endangered Missing
McCloud, CA.

May 31, 1997
Endangered Missing
Winton, CA.

April 17, 1997
Endangered Missing
Houston, TX.

Feb. 23, 1997
Endangered Missing
Shoshone, ID.

Dec. 27, 1996
Endangered Missing
Saint Petersburg, FL.

Dec. 16, 1996
Endangered Missing
Willingboro, NJ.

Sep. 16, 1996
Endangered Missing
Memphis, TN.

June 15, 1996
Endangered Missing
Bronx, NY.

May 25, 1996
Endangered Missing
San Luis Obispo, CA.

April 25, 1996
Endangered Missing
Waldorf, MD.

March 29, 1996
Endangered Missing
Glendora, CA.

March 3, 1996
Endangered Missing
El Paso, TX.

Feb. 6, 1996
Endangered Missing
Raymond, WA.

Jan. 31, 1996
Endangered Missing
Bolingbrook, IL.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Have You Seen Me?
~Nelida Del Valle~

I have been featuring 'Have You Seen Me?' as they arrive in my mailbox. They are indeed those small pictures on the back of junk mail that's often times thrown away, without even a second glance. If you googled Nelida Del Valle because of the "Have You Seen Me?" picture, and that's how you wound up reading this, please take an extra moment, and drop me a line on the comment box.

Details of Disappearance
Del Valle was last seen walking to Blackstone Elementary School on Shamut Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts during the morning hours of December 20, 1976. She was enrolled in a third-grade bilingual class there. The school was located approximately one and a half blocks from Del Valle's family's residence. She never arrived at school that day and has not been heard from again ...

The Charley Project has done an amazing job researching information for Nelida, so I'm sending you that way, if you are interested in knowing more about Nelida Del Valle.


National Center for Missing
& Exploited Children

Boston Police Department (Massachusetts)
Missing Persons Unit

NCMEC Printable Poster

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Monday4 the Missing ~Suzanne Lyall~

The thing I remember most about being nineteen, was how spontaneous and carefree the world seemed to be, back then. I had an entire life before me, and I was unstoppable!
Suzanne was nineteen when she disappeared...
she had her entire life before her, too!

Suzanne Lyall was last seen on the evening of March 2, 1998, at approximately 9:20 p.m., as she departed her place of employment at the Crossgates Mall in Guilderland, New York. Lyall was known to have boarded a Capital District Transit Authority bus heading to Collins Circle at the State University of New York (SUNY), at Albany, New York, where she was a student. It is believed that she exited the bus at Collins Circle at approximately 9:45 p.m. and has not been seen since that time.

Man sought as a possible witness
At about 4 p.m. on March 3, 1998, Lyall's ATM card was used at the Stewart's Store located on the corner of Manning Boulevard and Central Avenue, Albany, NY.
At about this same time the individual appearing in the composite picture, left, made a purchase at the counter inside the store.
He is a black male, with a medium/muscular build approximately 30 years old, 6-foot tall,wearing a mid-length "Carhart" type jacket and a dark baseball cap with the "Nike" swoosh symbol on the front.

It is believed that Lyall was wearing the jewelry shown when she disappeared. A polished, 14K, fluted bow ring; a silver ring in the shape of a frog and a necklace with a silver medallion inscribed with a runic character that looks like a block-style letter S. She may also have been wearing a 14K gold flower design cocktail ring.

Eric DeGrechie
March 7, 2008

I was a student at the University at Albany when Suzanne Lyall went missing in
March of 1998.
Living in a downtown dormitory, I still recall the night when the fliers
stating she was missing went up on the walls in the hallways.
Looking at them, my friends and I shrugged the whole situation off as just
being another kid leaving town for the weekend and not letting their parents
know their plans.

Ten years later, we still don’t know what happened to Suzanne. Her parents,
Douglas and Mary, are struggling with not knowing and they may be for
the rest of their lives.
Suzanne Lyall story continues to tug at the heartstrings

Age Progressed
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“Until we know for sure that Suzanne’s deceased, we’ll always hold out hope that she’s alive and out there somewhere. There’s no getting away from that for us. Even if on the surface people in our situation might say we’ve given up and there’s no way she’s alive, there’s still that little cell way back in the consciousness that says she could be. You see a story on TV where a woman has been held captive in some underground bunker for ten years and you think, ‘Is Suzanne being held against her will somewhere?’”
Crime Rant

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
New York State Police
Troop G 1-518-783-3209
or 1-518-783-3211

NY Wanted and Missing