D’you reckon these are the same person?

I’ve been going through the FDLE missing persons database again and trying to find pictures to connect with the names so I can add them to Charley. I found this entry for a Wolther Geovanny Midence Bustillo, missing since 2007. I Googled his name and found this article (in Spanish) from a newspaper in Honduras: a Geovanny Wolther Midence Bustillo was arrested for forging and cashing a check in Tegucigalpa, the capital city, in October 2009.

The Honduras guy would be the same age as the Florida guy, and their names are almost the same, and that can’t be a common name, even in Latin America. For what it’s worth, both of them appear to have brown hair and eyes. And if Mr. Midence Bustillo is in Honduras, that might explain why the police in Florida can’t find him.

What do you think? Same person? Worth phoning in to the cops?

12 thoughts on “D’you reckon these are the same person?

  1. CarlK90245 January 3, 2011 / 11:19 am

    Sure, you should call it in. The Florida authorities must know what he looks like, and they can easily decide whether or not he is the same person.

    • Meaghan January 3, 2011 / 11:21 am

      I just did so. The Miami PD put me on hold forever so I called the FDLE hotline instead and gave my info. The guy took everything down. I hope they can clear this case.

  2. Princess Shantae January 3, 2011 / 12:52 pm

    If its not the very same person its a huge coincidence. If he ws Jose Garcia it might not be but all his names?
    Its funny how you might make connections between cases. I remember seeing Christina Carter’s profile and the first thing I thought about was Franklin Delano Floyd and that poor girl he somehow came to have that nobody has ever figured out just who she is or how he got hold of her, just that they weren’t blood related.
    So I found the Doe Network’s picture of Sharon/Suzanne/Tanya as a little girl and compared them. I was all set to call the LE if they matched, but they didn’t. They had the same coloring and even a similar hair style but their faces were very different. They were both pretty girls, but Suzann or whoever’s features were much more noticeable, like she’d grow up to be a model or movie star. Christina was just ordinary pretty.

    • Meaghan January 3, 2011 / 1:05 pm

      Actually, I believe they did compare, or were going to compare, Christina’s DNA with “Sharon.” Last I heard, it was in the works but I don’t know if there are results yet. Sometimes such DNA comparisons take months or years.

      • forthelost January 3, 2011 / 6:47 pm

        She was found to not be a match.

  3. Princess Shantae January 3, 2011 / 1:13 pm

    Coloring can change and so do styles, and your face does change a bit when you get older but that bone structure isn’t something that’s going to change much.

  4. Candice January 3, 2011 / 2:10 pm

    I think its possible. The name isn’t very common, and even if the first and one of the middle names are reversed, I find it unlikely that there are very many people with this exact name.
    Please keep us posted on this.

  5. Kat January 3, 2011 / 11:15 pm

    Hell yeah, it should be reported, let’s just hope it isn’t some moron who stole his identity or something, cause that’s a whole different pile of trouble right there. Lots of MP news it seems today I saw…..going to be some interesting updates!

  6. Princess Shantae January 4, 2011 / 11:45 am

    I saw where you have Kathy Chou’s case, and that she dyed her bangs blue. In one pic she’s got green bangs, and in one it looks like they’re purple. What did she do, buy a whole Paas egg dying kit to use on her hair?
    Its always sad to see an oriental person trying to go blond. Almost as sad as seeing a black person trying for it, or a white person trying for dreads.

    • Meaghan January 4, 2011 / 12:23 pm

      I don’t know about the dreads. I once knew a Jewish girl who had excellent dreadlocks. Her natural hair was very curly.

      • forthelost January 4, 2011 / 2:42 pm

        A lot of Jewish people have supercurly hair that can be made into dreadlocks. My favorite expression for this was “Jewfro.”

  7. Princess Shantae January 4, 2011 / 5:29 pm

    Does anybody remember the singer Richard Marx? He was very popular about 20 years ago, and I heard the word Jewfro about him first.
    My own hair won’t do dreads. My mother is full blooded Cherokee so my hair is just wavy, not curly.

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