SURREY Police is growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a teenage girl from Surrey who has not been seen since Saturday, January 3. Charmaine Wilkinson, 16, was last seen at her home address around 7-30pm, when she left the address to go and stay with friends. However, she then left the friend's address and has not been seen or made contact with anyone since. Charmaine is described as white, 5ft 5 tall, of a slim build with long brown hair and when she was last seen, she was wearing black leggings, a jumper or hooded top, pink and black Airmax trainers and fluffy socks.
Officers are working with the Metropolitan Police to try and establish her whereabouts. PC Ian Matthews from the Surrey Police Missing Persons Team, said: "We are all very concerned for Charmaine's welfare, particularly as she has not responded to any messages through email or Facebook and her phone also appears to be switched off. We would just like to speak to her so that we know she is safe and well. Please call us straightaway if you have any information which could assist our enquiries.”
If you have seen Charmaine, who went missing from her home in Coulsdon, or you have any information which could help, please contact Surrey Police straightaway on 101, quoting reference 45150001575 or P15004728.
The rotting corpse of a missing young woman has been discovered floating in a city's filtration tank after residents complained of a "strange taste" in their drinking water. Police said the body of aspiring actress Carmen Yarira Noriega Esparza, 27, was found in the tank by council workers responding to reports of foul tasting water. The pretty brunette, a psychology graduate who dreamed of a TV career, was last seen leaving her gym in the Mexican capital Mexico City in February last year. Following the grisly discovery, her family and friends are demanding answers over how her remains went unnoticed for so long.
In addition, residents in the area have been left horrified at the thought that the woman's decaying body tainted their domestic water supply for 11 months. A police spokesman said: "City officials were called to the tank and when they opened it up they found the body in a high state of putrefaction. "The body has been taken to the Institute of Forensic Sciences where a postmortem will be carried out to determine the exact cause of death. "However she has already been identified as the missing woman from implants that she had as a result of a plastic surgery operation."
According to police, it had been feared that Carmen - for whom they had a missing person report - had been taken by a gang involved in the sex slave business. However, their investigation is now focused on her relationship with a businessman she had been seeing until she became romantically involved with a lawyer. Officers said the businessman had been paying the rent on her flat. But the week before she was supposed to move out of the flat, she vanished. Carmen's friends and family launched a social media campaign and posted photographs of her in public in a bid to find her after a police probe failed to turn anything up.
The LeFlore County Sheriff's Office has issued a missing person's request after a nursing student failed to make it home to McAlester. Callie Morris, 21, was last heard from at 5 p.m. Thursday when she was leaving Hot Springs, according to THV11, the CBS affiliate in Little Rock. Authorities say Morris was driving a 2004 tan Ford Explorer with Oklahoma license plate 908HTG. She was expected to take a route through Mena, Arkansas.
Her last cell phone ping was around 6:37 p.m. in Whitesboro, Oklahoma, in a hilly and mountainous region. The LeFlore County Sheriff's Office, Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Civil Air Patrol have been searching the area. Major Rick Rutledge from the Broken Arrow Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol told News On 6 they are engaged in the search. According to Rutledge, the Civil Air Patrol received new information that will take the focus to Big Cedar on Sunday morning. Anyone with information about Callie Morris is asked to call the LeFlore County Sheriff at 918-647-3426.
The Norman Police Department is requesting assistance in locating a missing woman. Shi-Ann was last seen at her home in Norman around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. She is believed to have left home on foot. At about 12:49 p.m., Shi-Ann was seen at a local business near S.E.12th Ave and Lindsey St. At the time, she was with an unknown male who is likely unaware that she is missing.
Shi-Ann is described as a 38-year-old white female. Shi-Ann stands 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighs approximately 190 pounds, and has long brown hair. She was last known to be wearing a light colored sweatshirt with unknown writing on the front, dark colored pants, and dark colored tennis shoes. No vehicle descriptions are available at this time.
Shi-Ann’s family says she will likely become lost when away from home, and may not have the ability to request assistance when necessary or fully care for herself. A Silver Alert has been issued and forwarded to the State of Oklahoma. If you have information regarding the current whereabouts of Shi-Ann, believe you may have observed her in public today, or know the identity of the unknown male subject, please immediate contact the Norman Police Department at 405-321-1444.
The family of a Denver woman who disappeared in Pueblo is suing her purported boyfriend and Pueblo Police officers for their handling of the case. In the lawsuit, Laura Saxton and Doug Schelling allege that Donthe Lucas killed Kelsie Schelling, 22, and that the police department mishandled the case.
Donthe Lucas has denied having a relationship with Schelling. The suit, which you can read here, says that Schelling was pregnant with Lucas's baby and alleges that Lucas and his mother coaxed Schelling into traveling from Denver to Pueblo on February 4, 2013. In the suit, Schelling's parents claim that Lucas killed Schelling, and with help from his mother and grandmother, attempted to cover it up.
Police said surveillance video showed Schelling's car was parked at a Walmart in Pueblo on Feb. 5. The same video showed an unidentified man getting into the car on Feb. 6 and driving off. Police said the car was left at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital about 24 hours later. Donthe Lucas, a 6-foot-8 former basketball star at Pueblo's Central High School and Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, has never been arrested or charged in connection with her disappearance or death.
However, the woman's parents, Doug Schelling and Laura Saxton, filed the lawsuit against Donthe Lucas, his mother, Sara, his grandmother, Vivian, and another family member, Dawn Shay Lucas. "Kelsie Schelling was feloniously killed when Donthe Lucas committed first-degree murder, second-degree murder, or manslaughter against Kelsie and Sara Lucas and Lucas acted as co-conspirators or accomplices during or after the killing," the lawsuit claims. The lawsuit also names as defendants Pueblo's Deputy Police Chief Andrew McLachlan, Detective Neal Robinson and Sgt. Ken Espinoza along with the City Of Pueblo.