Thursday, August 1, 2013


Endangered Child Alert Issued For 4-Month-Old Girl
Police in Millersville have issued an endangered child alert for a missing four-month-old girl.
Police are looking for Zaylee Grace Fryar.
They said she was last seen with her mother, Shauna Marie Fryar on May 1
at their home in Millersville. Police said no personal belongings are
Zaylee has black hair and brown eyes and weighs 12 pounds. She also has a quarter size brown birthmark on her right leg.
Police said Shauna has a past history of drug abuse.

An Amber Alert has been issued by the TBI for a four-month-old infant
after her mother's body was found in the Cumberland River.
Police are searching for four-month-old
Zaylee Grace Fryar. She was last seen with her mother, Shauna Marie
Fryar, on Sunday, May 1 at their home in Millersville.
Metro police said the body found in the
Cumberland River on Saturday night has been identified through
fingerprints as 28-year-old Shauna Marie Fryar. Fryar was reported
missing to Millersville Police on Thursday, May 5 by her husband.
The woman's body was spotted by someone on
the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge who called 911 on Saturday night.
Dive teams recovered the body.
Dive Team Discovers Body in Cumberland
Police said there was no trauma to her body
that suggested the cause of death, which remains undetermined. Police
have also not determined whether Shauna died before entering the water.
An autopsy is underway.
Metro police have been checking the area
around the Cumberland River for Zaylee, though they said there is no
evidence at this point that she is in the water.
"If we get more information then we may put
boats in, but right now its just aerial and if it gets down to the point
where we need to use divers we will," said Metro Police Lt. Steven
Millersville police had originally issued an
endangered child alert for Zaylee on Monday. It was upgraded on Tuesday
after police identified Shauna's body.

Fryar's husband, who is not Zaylee's father,
told Millersville Police that he left their apartment around 9 p.m.
Sunday, May 1, to go to the store. When he returned, his wife and Zaylee
were gone, although her vehicle, cell phone, wallet and the child's
diaper bag were still at the residence. He told police it wasn't unusual
for her to be gone for days on end.
Detectives have confirmed that Fryar and the child were fine on Saturday, April 30, when they visited a relative in Pegram.
Zaylee has black hair and brown eyes and weighs 12 pounds. She also has a quarter size brown birthmark on her right leg.
Police said Fryar has a history of drug
addiction, and that she may have been trying to obtain illegal drugs at
around the time she was last seen.
In all, police said Fryar had seven children,
including Zaylee, ranging in age from four months to 12-years who live
with other relatives.
At this point, investigators said everyone is
a suspect until they can figure out if they're dealing with an accident
or foul play.
Zaylee's father was incarcerated in the Robertson County Jail at the time mother and daughter disappeared.


Two Tenn. kids thought dead in house fire now believed missing

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee investigators are trying to
locate two children who were initially believed to be dead but their
bodies were not found at the scene of a weekend fire at a farmhouse that
killed their step-grandparents.
The Tennessee
Bureau of Investigation issued an endangered child alert on Wednesday
for 9-year-old Chloie Leverette and 7-year-old Gage Daniel under "under
an abundance of caution."
"As time moves on, we don't want to
miss our opportunity to locate them if they were not in the house,"
said TBI spokeswoman Kristin Helm.
Bedford County Sheriff Randall
Boyce said investigators did find the bodies of 72-year-old Leon
McClaran and his 70-year-old wife, Molli McClaran, as well as the
remains of a dog.
The two children who lived at the house were
initially believed to have perished in the intense fire, which
firefighters battled overnight Sunday and early Monday. But their
remains were not found in the rubble.
Investigators said
neighbors last saw the children Sunday evening, hours before a fire
destroyed the home in Bedford County, about 40 miles southeast of
Helm said there is no evidence yet that the children
were not in the house, but investigators are speaking with family
members, friends and people at the children's school.
The State
Fire Marshal's Office said in a statement "that there are no remains of
the two children in the structure. The children's location at this time
is unknown." Its investigators will determine a cause.
anthropologists and cadaver dogs searched through the rubble for the
bodies and the Tennessee Highway Patrol used a helicopter to search the
surrounding area.
Family members told The Associated Press that
the McClarans were raising their step-grandchildren because the kids
needed a home and described the McClarans as generous people who loved
their family. Relatives of the McClarans said the girl also used the
last name Pope.
The state Department of Children's Services
investigated the mother of the two children and Daniel's father between
2006 and 2010, said spokesman Brandon Gee. Gee would not release the names of the parents nor say why the parents
were investigated. He confirmed that the McClarans had custody of the
two children, but he said DCS never took custody of the children nor
placed them in a home.


Amber Alert issued for 1-year-old girl reportedly abducted in Oakland

An Amber Alert has been issued in an effort to locate a 1-year-old girl reportedly abducted from a vehicle parked in front of a liquor store in Oakland late Wednesday morning.
The abduction occurred at 11 a.m. in front of Gazali's Liquor Store at 7838 International Blvd. near 79th Avenue and International Boulevard in Oakland, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The little girl is named Daphne Viola Webb. She is black, with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing orange pajamas with pink hearts.
The suspect is an unknown, light-skinned black female.
There are no vehicles associated with this abduction.


Conner was born in Austin, Texas, on May 19, 1988.
Her mother is Amy Monica Kolb and her father is John R. Gibson.

Conner disappeared on January 22, 1990, in Austin, TX, when she was only 1 year old.

She has a vertical six inch scar on her chest from heart surgery; she has a heart condition and may be in need of medical attention. She may use the last names "Austin," "Holb," or "Kolb." Was one at the time.

Circumstances: She was abducted by her non-custodial mother. Photos and vital statistics for her are not available. 

Age progression photo below:

Conner would be 25 years old today.


Yadira was born on June 26, 1999.
Her father is Fransico Espinoza and her mother is Griselda Samilpa.
Yadira is 1.52 meters tall and 56kg.
She has brown eyes and brown hair.
Speaks fluent Spanish.

No further details have been released.


 Amelia Bawani was born on July 21, 2002 in Chicago, Illinois.
Her nationality is Pakistan/American.
Her mother is Seema Bawani and her father is Jason Sheldon.
She was 1.37 meters tall and 75kg.
Amelia has brown hair and hazel eyes.
She disappeared on March 19, 2012, 9 years old at the time.

No further details have been released.


Lindsey was born in July 07, 1998 in Tennessee.
Her mother is Melissa Pierpont and her father is Scott Baum.
Lindsey disappeared on June 26, 2009, in McCleary, Washington , when she was only 11 years old.
She was 1.44 meters tall, 35kg and has brown eyes and at the time, brown hair.
On the left, the last picture taken of Lindsey.

Lindsey has a brown birthmark on the inside of her right wrist and a scar above her left eye.
She is right-handed, has pierced ears and colored fillings in her teeth.
Her nicknames are LJ, Sassy and Sissy.
Lindsey was last seen wearing a light blue or gray long-sleeve hooded pullover shirt, blue jeans with tears on the knees, black leather slip-on sneakers with geometric designs and a mismatched blue, orange and white bikini swimsuit.


Above images:
Unidentified possible witnesses.

 Bottom right image: Age progression (Approximately 15 years old.)