Make-a-List Monday: Central American MPs

Missing persons who are native to a Central American country — as defined between Guatemala and Panama.

Costa Rica
Nobody (though there are several who are thought to be there, or planned to travel there, or had been there before they went missing)

El Salvador
Sandra Yaneth Aguilar-Granados (I think)
Oscar Giovanni Garcia-Calles
Samuel Esay Garcia-Calles
Katya Marie Lyne
Senovia Medina
Cecilia Elizabeth Newball
Kimberly Abigail Orellana
Jose Francisco Fuentes Pereira
Eric Fernando Salguero Franco

Guatemala
Adrian Garcia Najera
Francisco Javier Sanchez
Rolando Schweikert
Romeo Sierra-Portillo

Honduras
Melvin Eduardo Turcios Cedillo
Juan Ramon Madrid-Bueso
Isabel Rodriguez

Nicaragua
Donald Marcelino Alvarez-Vallecillo
Yansis Massiel Juarez
Blanca Elisa Roberson

Panama
Tilsia Peralta Martinez

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10 thoughts on “Make-a-List Monday: Central American MPs

  1. Justin May 26, 2014 / 11:16 am

    I can’t find him on your site, but William Sigfredo Blanco is on the CDOJ at http://dojapp.doj.ca.gov/missing/detail.asp?FCN=2749214031519 and he was an immigrant from El Salvador. If you google his name, you can find newspaper articles from the LA Times which state that he left his apartment on Country Club Drive near the Mid-City district of Los Angeles with a group of friends to go looting on the second day of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and never returned home.

  2. Princess Shantae May 26, 2014 / 10:52 pm

    I hate to say something like this, but if Mr. Blanco realy was going out to loot, I have no sympathy for him. There aren’t too many things lower than a looter.

    • Justin May 27, 2014 / 1:31 am

      Many if not most of the murders the law enforcement investigate are what a lot of people describe as “public service homicides” or “no humans involved” because they are pretty much the dregs of society who would be committing crimes if they were not dead. They still have to investigate them and try to apprehend their murderers. Can’t pick and choose.

      • Kat May 27, 2014 / 9:57 am

        Well, yes, but reading b/w the lines here I think what she is saying is that despite the drain on resources, there are a lot more innocent people to feel sorry for than those who made their beds. And I get it. Meaghan, I apologize one again, but I cannot remember the criteria for Flashback Fridays and Select It Sundays. Been refreshing my memories on cases and I have three ideas from 1989….Lisa Geise, Shirley Russel, or Tonetta Carlise. Can you take those into consideration? And I promise I will save the guidelines for next time 🙂

  3. Kat May 27, 2014 / 10:00 am

    Apologies on Tonetta’s name, it should be CARLISLE. That is what happens when my brain is doing one thing and my fingers another.

    • Meaghan May 28, 2014 / 8:12 am

      Flashback Friday cases are chosen by me (though I’m open to suggestions) and have to be from before I was born — that is, prior to October 5, 1985. Select It Sunday cases can be from any time frame, though I prefer post-1985 ones, and are chosen by blog readers.

      • Kat May 28, 2014 / 8:36 pm

        Thanks! I promise I will remember from here on out!

  4. Mion May 27, 2014 / 12:31 pm

    Meaghan, did you see the special of ‘Disappeared’ that aired yesterday? It’s about Charli Scott, who disappeared from Maui in February, and it was soon classified as a homicide because of the circumstances even though she’s still missing. She’s not really eligible for Charley since her disappearance is only three months old, but it’s still a very interesting and sad case.

    I really, really hope ‘Disappeared’ is back again for good. Such a good show. Apparently the new season will be profiling newer cases as opposed to cold ones, and follow the family’s search more than the first six seasons did. I just finished watching the Charli Scott special and it’s a lot more ”personal” than the other episodes, if that makes sense. Seasons 1 – 6 seemed to focus mostly on the police investigation, the special focused on Charli’s family’s search and how they’re struggling to cope with their loss.

    There’s also another series that I think you’ll be interested in. It’s called ‘Last Seen Alive’ and it’ll premiere on June 1. The second link at the bottom has the summaries of the first four episodes. Some are less than a year old, but there are also some older ones: Alexandria ”Ali” Lowitzer, Cameron Remmer, Scarlett DeLoach and Robin Putnam, three of whom are already on Charley. You might be able to glean some new information from the episodes.

    New season of Disappeared: http://www.peacockproductions.tv/series/disappeared/

    Last Seen Alive: http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2014/05/13/last-seen-alive-to-premiere-sunday-june-1-on-investigation-discovery/264036/

    • Meaghan May 28, 2014 / 8:13 am

      No, I haven’t seen the show. I don’t watch a lot of TV. But I ought to start watching that show; I’ll have to see if the cable carries it.

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