Found family abduction mom’s website

I just discovered the website of Deana Hebert, mother of Bianca Lozano. Bianca’s one of Charley’s older family abduction cases: she was abducted by her father from Baytwon, Texas in 1995, when she wasn’t even two, and presumably taken to Mexico. Her parents were in the middle of a contentious divorce at the time. Wherever she is today, Bianca is now nineteen years old.

Bianca’s mom filed a lawsuit against the baby’s father’s family, accusing them of aiding and abetting his abduction — and it looks like they did do that. She said the suit wasn’t about money but about trying to force them to reveal where Bianca was. In any case, it failed.

It’s a good site and I’ll use it as a source to update her casefile. Deana Hebert has waited a long time. I don’t understand why people can be so selfish and vindictive as to kidnap a child just to get back at their ex. I hope Bianca finds her mom on Facebook or something and they reconnect. Wherever she is today, she’s nineteen now and a legal adult.

More sneaked-in updates (probably the last)

I’ve put up a few more case updates that aren’t announced on the main updates page. As was always the case before, it’s only new pictures: Theresa Bolden, Athena Curry, Dianna Hammonds (she has two) and Dorothy Herbert.

Given as it is now December 31, this will probably be the last set.

Kenyan MPs

I was writing up the case of a missing Kenyan-American guy, Eugene Bush Wekesa, when I stumbled across the website Kenya Missing and Unidentified Persons, or KMUPS. They also have a Twitter account. I thought I’d give KMUPS a shout-out here, since little is said about missing people from outside the US, Canada or Great Britain. Thanks for getting the word out, KMUPS!