A pregnant teen from Barberton, Ohio has gone missing, and now United States Marshals are looking to the public for help locating her and her fugitive cousin, whom police believe she is with. A reward is being offered for information leading to the discovery of Louis Jakab, 33, and Annalys Clay, 14. Clay’s mother, Helena Clay, thinks that Jakab may be the father of Clay’s unborn baby, according to Fox8 Cleveland.
According to a press release, Helena reported the teen missing on December 4.
Jakab is currently wanted on numerous charges including robbery, theft and fraud. He has previously been convicted on manslaughter charges, according to Cleveland.com.
The pair were reportedly last seen in a 2017 black Audi A3 with Ohio license plate HED-3844. Those plates were reported stolen in Cleveland. Police think they are no longer in Ohio.
“She is in danger,” detective Bill Bolden of the U.S. Marshals
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NBC affilate WOWT reports that members of the Lincoln Police Department and the F.B.I. said they believe they have found the body of missing Nebraska woman Sydney Loofe at a press conference Tuesday morning. This follows a post Monday night on the Facebook page Finding Syndey Loofe, which linked to an announcement on the website for the Antelope County News confirming the discovery of her body. “It’s with heavy hearts that we share this most recent update with you all,” the post reads. “May God grant eternal rest unto thee. We love you Sydney.”
“On December 4th, a body was found in rural Clay County,” said Randy Thysse, Special Agent in Charge of the F.B.I.’s Omaha office, at Tuesday’s press conference. “At this time we believe it to be the body of Sydney Loofe, pending forensic analysis.” Lincoln Police Department Chief Jeffrey Bliemeister was
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13-year-old Ashlee Hattermann went missing on Friday after apparently going to meet a man she had been communicating covertly with on the Internet for years. Hatterman was discovered on Sunday evening and appears to be unharmed.
According to CBS, The Harris County Sheriff’s Office thanked the FBI’s San Antonio field office, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, the Department of Homeland Security, and Mexican authorities in their efforts towards locating the missing child. Details were not offered on how, specifically, she was found.
“We found a note in her room,” said Ashlee’s father, Keith Hattermann. “She calls the guy ‘daddy’ and herself ‘baby girl.'”
The note reportedly read: “Daddy owns my body and my soul,” a line which was repeated on a sheet of paper.
The FBI had asked citizens to be on the lookout for Ashlee.
Ashlee was reported missing after attending on one class on Friday. Security footage of her at a
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Retired Army Capt. Julia Jacobson and her Wheaten terrier, Boogie, went missing on September 2. Her ex-husband, Dalen Ware, was arrested in connection with their disappearance shortly thereafer. Now, police believe they have discovered the bodies of Jacobson and Boogie in a shallow grave in Riverside, California.
According to The Huffington Post, the grave was discovered by a search dog on Friday. Official identification of the body is pending and an autopsy has not yet been completed.
Jacobson’s SUV had been found near her home with the keys inside shortly after she vanished. Evidence found inside the car led police to believe she had been killed.
Jacobson had previously served two tours of duty in Iraq and one in Bosnia as a finance officer, according to her obituary. She had been awarded the Bronze Star for her service.
A motive for the killing remains unclear. She had divorced Ware last year, citing “irreconcilable
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The body of a North Carolina toddler who vanished after her mom tucked her into bed last week, may have been found. On Saturday, the FBI announced the discovery of human remains believed to be 3-year-old Mariah Woods. They were found by a dive team, according to CNN, in a creek near a highway.
Shelley Lynch, who works with the FBI in Charlotte, told CNN that a medical examiner still has to confirm the identity of the body.
Another new development in the case: the arrest of 32-year-old Earl Kimrey. He is Woods’ mother’s live-in boyfriend and he has been charged with the little girl’s disappearance, according to ABC11. He was brought into custody on Friday.
After Woods disappeared her mother made an emotional plea to find her.
“Please, bring her back,” Kristy Woods said at a news conference last Monday. “She’s my baby, she’s my everything. […] Just to be
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Officials now say that the missing teen soccer player from Columbia County, Florida who allegedly ran off with her school’s head boys soccer coach may be heading to the Northeast. Police released photographs that capture Caitlyn Frisina, 17, and Rian Rodriguez, 27, at multiple locations on Sunday: two gas stations in Georgia and South Carolina in addition to a North Carolina pawn shop, according to Fox News.
Frisina, an avid girls soccer player, was last seen on Saturday evening at her home. She met up with Rodriguez before she went missing. She reportedly erased all data on her cell phone beforehand. Police told News 4 Jax that the missing teen’s bedroom window found open. She is believed to have run away on her own accord.
Regardless of how she ended up with the coach, Frisina’s dad has called their interactions inappropriate. Police told ABC News that officials believe
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A missing teenager from Columbia County, Florida may be with the boys soccer coach of her school, police and the school district believe. Caitlyn Frisina, an avid soccer player, has been missing since Sunday.
According to News 4 Jax, it seems she left her home of her own accord. Police said before she disappeared, she erased everything on her cell phone and withdrew $200 from an ATM in St. Marys, Georgia on Sunday. Police think she might be with 27-year-old Rian Rodriguez. His role of head boys soccer coach at Fort White High School has been suspended, pending an investigation.
The two might be traveling in a red Mercury Sable, according to Action News Jax.
The teen’s mother, Scarlet Frisina, told News4Jax on Monday that she just wants to know that her daughter is safe.
“We don’t care why she left. We don’t care what’s happened,” she said. “We just want to know that
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Three brothers have been missing from the town of Morenci, Michigan since 2010. Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton vanished from their home seven years ago, the day after Thanksgiving, according to Click On Detroit. Andrew was 9 years old, Alexander was 7 and Tanner was 5 at the time of their disappearance. The National Center for Missing Children has created age-progressed photos of what the brothers could possibly look like now.
The boys’ mother, Tanya Skelton, told Morenci police that her husband John Skelton had the children last. He was supposed to bring the boys back home to her. John’s original story was that he gave his three sons to “a group.” No group has ever come forward. It is unclear what kind of group he meant. Since then, his story has allegedly changed. John is currently in prison, serving 10 to 15 years, on an unlawful imprisonment charge, according
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A Pennsylvania college student who went missing nearly two months ago may be a victim of sex trafficking. Corinna Slusser, 19, was last spotted on September 20, leaving Haven Motel in Queens, New York, according to The New York Post.
The teen had filed a complaint against a 32-year-old man about a month before she vanished. She claimed that man grabbed her neck and pushed her against the wall when told him she wanted $300 that was allegedly stolen from her. That man could be her pimp, authorities said.
Slusser’s family reported her missing on September 12 after she didn’t show up for grandpa’s funeral, the New York Daily News reports. Her last post on her Instagram was on September 10. Family members said Slusser moved to New York City after meeting an alleged pimp in March. Before meeting him, she studied marketing at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
“She’s so sweet
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A California family has been found safe after going missing in Brazil’s Amazon. The Washington Post reported that 39-year-old Adam Harris Harteau and 37-year-old Emily Faith Harteau and their daughters Colette, 7, and Sierra, 3, were traveling through the Amazon River delta area when they were attacked by pirates.
According to Associated Press, they were found by a fisherman after a few days in good condition. They suffered just scratches and insect bites.
When we adults were rock climbing in the magical #ParqueChapadaDiamantina, the girls each claimed their houses and focused on playing. Colette discovered a red rock which she said was so crumbly she made it into a “witch powder.” Adam asked what would happen if she added water, and her face lit up. She poured water, mixed it into a paint, made a twiggy paintbrush, painted her sisters face, then asked us to come over so she could adorn
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