Long-term missing people on the NCMEC who have no AP done

(By “long-term” I mean at least three years missing. And I don’t count family abduction cases that don’t have an AP but do have recent photographs.)

Fawn M. Abell and Rozlin Rochelle Abell
Joel Acosta-Mohedano
Jarkeius Adside
Francisco Aguilar Jr.
Saif Seyed Mohammed Ahmed
Ganignunt Aiemsakul
Amina Ashraf Al-Jailani, Layla Ashraf Al-Jailani and Sami Ashraf Al-Jailani
Heidi Marie Allen
Machael Heidi Al-Omary
Reyna Gabriella Alvarado-Carrera
Garrett Alexander Bardsley
George Barksdale
Stephen Christopher Beard
Emad Ali Ben-Mrad
Kevin Caldeira Birotte
Halle Patricia Bobo and Jacob Allen Bobo
Samuel Savage Becker Boehlke
Alex Felipe Bolanos-Martinez
Joseph Hany Booth-Metwally
Israel Haim Bordaty, Yehezkel Hanan Bordaty and Yoshua Itai Bordaty
Lisa Jane Borden
Bob Louis Boyes
Melissa Hinako Braden
Erica Monique Bradley
Joyce Creola Brewer
Barry Michael Brown, Brandon Mitchell Brown and Sheketah Michelle Brown
Kamyle Stephanie Burgos Ortiz
A.J. Campbell Jr. and Myrisha Faye Campbell
Brian C. Carrick
Alejandra Carrion and Jorge Carrion
Jobane Castaneda-Ortiz
Edwin Castro and Christopher Martinez
Melvin Eduardo Turcios Cedillo
Nachida Keota Chandara
Austin Jay Childs
Danica Dianne Childs
Serina Victoria Clark
Willie Reginald Clark
Abraham Cocoli and Noah Cocoli
Cameron Colchado Torres
Brandi Natasha Cole
Ashley Nicole Conroy
Ingrid Siomara Contreras
Harold Clifton Cooper III
Kelia Brianne Critchfield
Martin Crumblish Jr.
Bonnie Lee Dages and Jeremy Lee Dages
Thwana Mithsell Darrough
Sheiry Giselle Diaz
Christian Diaz-Borjas and Leonardo Diaz-Borjas
Alondra Diaz-Garcia
Stephen Douglas
Acacia Nicole Duvall and Jon Pierre Duvall
Adam Elkhadiri
Ryan Jacob Esparza
Abigail Estrada
Lillian Irene Estrada
Lisa Ann Eubanks
Keoni Alexander Fernandez, Lance Sterling Fernandez and Mason Christopher Fernandez
Karina Lizbeth Alvarado Flores
Erin Leigh Foster
Joseph Osell Frazier
David Joseph Galvan
Jaime Alexis Garcia
Justin Justo Vidal Garcia and Samantha Michelle Garcia
Marifer Garcia
Alexis Maria Gardiner
Chioma Ezronesha Gray
Claudia Jareth Guillen and Claudia Berenice Guillen
Kenneth Warren Hager
Hiroki H. Hagisaka
Cleashindra Denise Hall
Jordan William Hall
Kristine Nicole Hamilton
Jackie Dene Hay
Joseph David Helt
Jose Rafael Henriquez-Diaz
Sausha Latine Henson
Maximillian Hernandez
Santa Manuela Hernandez
Victor Jesus Hernandez-Olmedo
Frederick Andrew Holmes
Dawn Michelle Holt
Daniel Henry Huizar-Jensen and Manuel Huizar-Jensen
Dontray Miquel Hunter
Damian Britano Ibarra
Emily Maria Izykowski
Donald Lee Izzett Jr.
Kendrick Terrell Jackson
Tiahease Jackson
Ara Denise Johnson
Donna Haghighat Jou
Yansis Massiel Juarez
Lavonne Antoinette Kelly
Robin Ann Kerry
Nancy Lynn Kirkpatrick
Marjorie Alice Knox
Kara Elise Kopetsky
Dawn Koranteng and Jewel Koranteng
Kelsi Jordan Krum
Kirsten Joy Kryszak
Hemangini Kulshreshtha and Yashaswi Kulshreshtha
Antonio Dominico LaGuardia
Paul Michael Landis
Richard Wayne Landers
Hang Lee
Angelica Cassandra Livingston
Carla Elizabeth Losey
Benjamin Lund
Luis Martinez Madina
Joshua Jerome Mahaffey
Nadia Yesmeen Mahmoud and Omar Qutaiba Mahmoud
Elian Amilcar Majano
Skyla Marburger
Maria De Los Angeles Martinez
Ivy Matory, Violet Bobbie Matory and Yolanda Marie Williams
Diana Mazariegos
Melody McKoy
Angela Mae Meeker
Roy N. Mejia
Charles Edward Melendez
Edward Lee Melanson
Steven Carlos Mendez
Alexandra Mendoza
Lorena Mendoza
Jesus Merino-Mendoza
David Joseph Miera
Kimberly Christine Mileo
Brian Christopher Miller, Christian Matthew Miller and Evan Matthew Miller
Kamiyah Mobley
Eliseo Montalvo
Yamaira Vivian Montes-Gonzalez
Tayna Morales
Jerome Eugene Morris
Tracie Lynn Mosley
Luis Alberto Munguia-Zendejas Jr.
Robin Frances Murphy
Anita Murrell
Alan Jose Naranjo and Nathan Jesus Naranjo
Erick Nassar Jr., Jonnathan Nassar and Joshua Nassar
Ariza Maria Olivares
Jasmine Ortiz
Genesis Itzely Perez and Xaris Anel Perez
Princess Perez
Diona Maria Peterson
Sneha Juri Pierce
Devinee Maria Priscilla Pingul
Lamarst Alexander Porter Jr.
Carlos Portes
Sharon Lynn Pretorius
Debra T. Pscholka
Kathryn Mae Quackenbush
Ramona Catherine Redd
Marcia Estelle Remick
Katiana Rose Resovich
Rodolfo Ricardez
Alejandra Rivera-Romero, Monserrat Rivera-Romero and Wesley Rivera-Romero
Samuel Clay Robinson
John Rodriguez Parrilla
Erinn Rogers
Miguel Alexandro Romero
Rene Alberto Romero
Solomon Gomile Rose III
Cristina Ester Ruiz-Rodriguez
Jason Jack Russo
Christian Miguel Sanchez and Veronica Nicole Sanchez
David Santana
Tyler Joseph Schladweiler
Hana Scordato
Alicia Marie Scott
Johnathan William Scott and Patrick James Scott
Billy Sena
Amber S. Shah, Lubna M. Shah and Tashfeen A. Shah
Joseph Osama Shannon
Beverly Sharpman
Heather Lindsay Silver
Alalibo Sonny Simon-Ogan and Inez Ibinabo Simon-Ogan
Maximillian Olegovich Soloviev
Stevey Howard Sommerville
Mayra Soto
Debra Lee Spickler
Suzanne E. Streeter
Fannie Fawn Stuart and Jessie Flo Stuart
Ashley Nicole Summers
Michelle Doherty Thomas
Sarah Rachel Tokier
Kimberly Faye Thrower
Pamela Dawn Tinsley
Tristan Japhet Torres
Yim Yeung Tsui
Yesenia Turcios
Elsy Minnely Ubieta
Viridiana Urias
Cristina Valasquez
Esther Valdez
Jessica Vargas Biatriz
Monish Narayan Venkatesan and Prathima Venkatesan
Tanisha Lorraine Watkins
Chester R. Wetmore
Christina Lee White
Angel Dawn Wilson
Yusuf Abdul Wilson
Selinda Jean Winegar
Sara Anne Wood
Tasha Shante Wright
William Jingde Xu
Nevaeh Rose Ybarra
April Rose Zane

(Wow, there were a lot more of these than I thought. It took hours, spread over two days, to compile this.)

For most of these, I don’t know the reason why there’s no AP. In some cases I do know or can guess. I read in an article that Kamiyah Mobley’s parents refused to give the NCMEC permission to have an MP done. Some of these people, although they’ve been missing a very long time, haven’t been on the NCMEC site for terribly long, and may get an AP done later. A few of these posters were actually made by state missing children centers, whose posters are never as good as the NCMEC ones. (Poor George Barksdale for instance, his photo is of such poor quality, he looks like a space alien.) With some of the international family abduction cases, I figure they basically know where the child is at and just can’t retrieve them, so they don’t need an AP made. For the others I have no idea. A paucity of information to go on cannot explain it, and neither can a strong presumption of death; there are several NCMEC cases where one or the other is a factor but they still have APs.

32 thoughts on “Long-term missing people on the NCMEC who have no AP done

  1. marycarney December 30, 2010 / 9:31 pm

    Not to be an idiot- but what does AP mean?
    And that list is HUGE! I am always amazed at how much work you do in keeping Charley up and running and updated and relevant. Impressive.

  2. marycarney December 30, 2010 / 10:11 pm


  3. Lisa December 31, 2010 / 1:12 am

    Super cold cases like Evelyn Hartley(1953) and Beverly Potts(1951) have no AP either. Is it because they would be old women now? I didn’t see them on the list.

  4. Lisa December 31, 2010 / 1:25 am

    Oh, that’s right Hartley and Potts aren’t even on the NCMEC, which leads to why aren’t they? NCMEC considered them too cold?

    • Meaghan December 31, 2010 / 2:31 am

      I don’t think that’s why. Beverly Sharpman and Ricky Bryant are on there, and they’ve been missing for longer.

      • Lisa December 31, 2010 / 2:45 pm

        That’s true. It bugs me that they and several other (Georgia Weckler comes to mind..I don’t think Connie Smith is either..)very cold cases are not on there. Wonder what the criteria is to be on the NCMEC…

    • forthelost December 31, 2010 / 5:23 pm

      I think with the older cases LE has to request it. The only criteria is that the missing person has to be in NCIC.

  5. Candice December 31, 2010 / 7:04 am

    Wow, the list is really long.
    I’ve always wondered how they pick which MP gets an AP…(and why don’t the Mobley’s want age progression on their baby?). Ashley Jones, for example, and Nicholas Plaza–most certainly deceased–and this year, the NCMEC comes out with new AP’s for them. I’ve rarely seen a state missing person poster with an AP, even if, like the case of Bob Boyes, they’ve been missing half a century. And I agree with you on the quality of state posters–they’ve even spelled George Barksdale’s nickname wrong :/

  6. Princess Shantae December 31, 2010 / 9:45 am

    I know you don’t like for anybody to criticize mp’s family, but what the hell are Kamiyah’s parents thinking by not “letting” them do an AP for her? Do they not care if she’s found, b/c with her type of abduction the chances of her being alive and well-cared for are very high? Or are they too dim to understand that they don’t have to give up anything in order to make the ap? I don’t even think it ought to be up to them to dictate whether an ap is made. Makes me wonder, if a possible match for Kamiyah turns up, will they refuse to give blood or cheek swabs for DNA?
    I’m sorry but there is just no excuse for that.

    • Candice December 31, 2010 / 10:42 am

      I always wondered that too, don’t they care at all? Her parents were 16 and 19–both teenagers–at the time of her abduction. Makes me wonder if they’re happy they don’t have to pay to care for Kamiyah, now that she’s abducted…

      • Meaghan December 31, 2010 / 12:17 pm

        This is just a guess, but I wonder if Kamiyah’s parents would rather just forget the entire thing. They were, as Candice says, only teenagers, and probably not thrilled to learn they were going to have a kid. Furthermore, the father faced statutory rape charges as a result.

  7. Princess Shantae December 31, 2010 / 11:45 am

    I bet you anything at all they have more kids with each other or with other people.

    • Candice December 31, 2010 / 11:46 am

      Oh probably. Kamiyah is just one of, presumably, lots of kids those parents had. And 1 less they have to care for. :/

      • Meaghan December 31, 2010 / 12:22 pm

        Looked to see if I could find more info on the parents. A 2008 article says the mother has three children now.

  8. Princess Shantae December 31, 2010 / 12:51 pm

    The more things change the more they stay the same… 😦 Some parents.
    This might be the one case where the kidnapped baby really is better off with whoever took her than with her natural parents. But if that hernia of hers didn’t heal up by itself as they often do, and she didn’t get it took care of, she could of had some bad trouble with it.

  9. Marcia L Duning December 31, 2010 / 2:40 pm

    Some age progressed pictures are really good expecially if you downsize them.

    Others, not so much.

  10. Princess Shantae December 31, 2010 / 3:48 pm

    Again like the missing ap’s you have on the latest post, some of these people are pretty obviously dead. Austin Childs was lost in a boating accident, there’s no chance he is going to turn up bothering people at the airport with the Hare Krishnas.

    Some ap’s are good, but most of them are realy bad. I saw where you had Brianna Maitland’s ap not long ago and all it looked like they did was give her shorter hair and take off her dangly earrings, maybe darken her skin just a bit. Like nobody over a certain age has long hair or wears earrings like that?

    • Meaghan December 31, 2010 / 4:38 pm

      My sister, who is 38, at Thanksgiving was wearing huge earrings (several silver discs arranged in a triangle pattern) that dangled all the way down to her shoulders.

      I think the quality of the NCMEC’s APs is generally getting better. Some of them, if you didn’t know otherwise, you’d think was an actual photo of a missing person.

      • Candice January 2, 2011 / 5:32 pm

        That is true, but with the description of Circumstances the NCMEC gives, it doesn’t tell you straight off he was clearly lost in a boating accident.

      • Candice January 2, 2011 / 5:33 pm

        Or rather swimming, not boating.

      • Candice January 31, 2011 / 9:36 am

        The quality is getting better–it seems as though AP’s made 2005-up to now are the ones that look the most life like.

    • Candice December 31, 2010 / 6:22 pm

      I agree with you there–Brianna’s AP, in my eyes, is terrible. In many cases where AP’s are done, they seem to create a whole new photo, and this one, it seems as though they did nothing but change her hair to a very strange color.

  11. Princess Shantae December 31, 2010 / 7:47 pm

    Which is a shame b/c Brianna was a beautiful young lady.

  12. Cattt January 1, 2011 / 2:09 am

    Dang, that was alot.

  13. Candice January 31, 2011 / 1:48 pm

    Jason Jack Russo has one on the NCMEC though

    • Candice January 31, 2011 / 1:49 pm

      Never mind, they used to but must’ve removed it

  14. Celeste March 11, 2011 / 3:15 pm

    Heidi Al O’Mary has one . 🙂

  15. Cement January 28, 2015 / 5:10 pm

    Is Yusuf Wilson (NamUs mp #6820/NCMEC #920913) the unidentified young man from New Jersey (Doe Network #426UMNJ)?
    The age & height are spot on, the dates are completely plausible, etc but I came to this possibility when viewing the closeup of the original & retouched photos of the tattoo of the um.
    Yusuf has a tattoo of “YB” “written” on his left forearm. If you look at the original photo of the um’s tattoo, there looks to be a glare or light spot in the top center of the “J”- A spot where there could possibly be a notch. If there is a notch then it wouldn’t be a J at all, but a letter Y, matching the description of the um’s tat.The quality of the tattoo is poor & appears that some of the ink was quite faded, it seems possible that it was misinterpreted in NJ. I tried to research more, but there is little available information on either case.

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