A young couple reportedly partied at a bar after allegedly murdering a 19-year-old girl, then argued about how to dispose of her corpse in text and Facebook messages!
His disappearance sparked the largest search in Oregon’s history. 7-year-old Kyron Horman vanished from his elementary school, his stepmother the last to see him walking down the hallway toward his classroom.
Kyron never made it to his classroom and he was never seen again. A photo taken of boy at a science fair at school earlier on the day he went missing, June 4, 2010 would become the image seen around the country to help locate him. No suspects or persons of interest have been made public by law enforcement despite a dark cloud of suspicion hovering over the stepmother, Terri Horman.
Missing Since: 06/04/10
Missing From: Portland, OR
Classification: Endangered Missing
Age at Disappearance: 7
Weight: 50 lbs
Identifying Marks: Wears eyeglasses
-Black t-shirt with "CSI" on it
-Black cargo pants
-Black sketcher sneakers w/orange trim
Billie Dunn, the mother of missing 13-year-old Hailey Dunn, told reporters this week that a witness saw her daughter with another girl at 8:30 pm on the day she disappeared, hours after suspect Shawn Adkins said he last saw her.
At a press conference outside her home in Colorado City on Monday, Dunn read a lengthy prepared statement defending herself against what she said were inaccurate media reports, criticizing investigators and laying out her own detailed timeline of events surrounding her daughter’s disappearance. Hailey Dunn was reported missing on December 28, and Adkins—Billie Dunn’s boyfriend—told police he had not seen her since around 3:15 pm the day before when she told him she was going to spend the night at a friend’s house.
According to previous reports, the friend never saw Hailey that day, but Dunn claimed Monday that a witness saw both girls walking with a teenage boy on Hickory Street in town around 8:30 that night. Dunn also said two neighbors had seen Hailey around noon.
She expressed frustration that authorities seemed to be disregarding information from these witnesses and others who believe they saw Hailey on December 27. However, city manager Pete Kampfer told KTXS that the witness accounts Dunn was referring to could not be validated.
With five dollars in their pockets Michaela and a friend rode their scooters to a market to purchase candy, soda and beef jerky.
While inside the store the girls left the scooters outside by the door. When the girls walked out of the store they began to walk back home forgetting they had rode their scooters. It was not long before the girls realized their mistake and went back to the school to fetch their scooters, but Michaela’s scooter was missing. The girls split up to try to find it. Placed next to a car Michaela found the scooter. As she bent down to pick up the scooter a white male grabbed her from behind and forced her into his sedan. There was one witness to the abduction – Michaela’s 9-year-old friend. For 22 years Michaela’s case has gone unsolved.
Missing Since: 11/19/88
Missing From: Hayward, CA
Classification: Endangered Missing
Age at Disappearance: 9
Weight: 75 lbs
-White t-shirt w/ “Metro” printed on the front & images of people imprinted on midsection
-Denim pants rolled above the knees
-Flesh-colored nylon stockings
-White anklet socks
-Black cloth shoes w/ plastic soles
-Three-inch-long pearl or white-colored earring that resembled feathers