Make-a-List Monday: State Capitals #7

I’m doing them five at a time. See previous lists one, two, three, four, five and six.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

  1. Arden Bogart Jr.
  2. Inez Garcia
  3. Skyla Marburger
  4. Sandra Payne
  5. Michelle Quintana
  6. Robert Marcos Romero
  7. Orlando Valdez

(Bonus: Samantha Michelle Kibalo may have been seen in Santa Fe in 2006, five years after her mother abducted her.)

Albany, New York

  1. Ashley Marie Carroll
  2. Donald B. Green
  3. Karen Marie Hughes
  4. Thomas Edward Lamoree II
  5. Suzanne Gloria Lyall
  6. Monique Santiago
  7. Karen Louise Wilson
  8. William Frederick Woolheater

Raleigh, North Carolina

  1. Sage Antonio Bermudez-Rayon
  2. Willie Rudalph Conyers
  3. Zoe Camille Hope
  4. Pamela Annetta Hinton
  5. Taveta Michelle Hobbs
  6. Pamela Webster Palmer
  7. Parley Ann Pate
  8. Cynthia Lorraine Perry
  9. Elizabeth Hicks Rogers
  10. William Robert Rochelle
  11. Nathan Seaberry
  12. Roy Neil Searchwell Jr.
  13. Douglas Stephen Simmons

Bismarck, North Dakota

  1. Bruce Falconer
  2. John Henry Jacobson
  3. Sandra Mary Jacobson
  4. Michelle Mae Julson
  5. Christopher Nathan Mann

Columbus, Ohio

  1. Shaniece Monica Briggs
  2. Carmen Inette Colon
  3. Timothy Eugene Fisher
  4. Ricky Lee Frayer
  5. Mohamed Abdi Hassan
  6. Trevell Lamar Henley
  7. Claudia Lopez-Escobar
  8. Deron Tyriek Hill
  9. Christopher Lerch
  10. Peggy Ann Lerch
  11. Carla Elizabeth Losey
  12. Deanna McCutcheon
  13. Ashley Tyronda Norah
  14. Kenneth Douglas Roberts Sr.
  15. Brian Randall Shaffer
  16. Aaron Cody Stepp
  17. Jeffrey Allen Stutton
  18. Anna Marie Zirkle
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One thought on “Make-a-List Monday: State Capitals #7

  1. T baker July 21, 2015 / 10:11 pm

    I was most interested in the Raleigh cases, since I lived there during many of these disappearances. The two that really stand out for me are Taveta Hobbs and Cynthia Perry. I don’t know what happened to Taveta except that I don’t think it was good. But I have a different thought about Perry. I believe there’s a chance that she is [Lori Ruff](http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/authorities-struggle-id-mystery-woman-article-1.1383957). As far as I know, she’s never been ruled out.

    I know that you aren’t necessarily interested in unidentified persons, but I’m posting this here in case anybody reading has a connection to the Ruff case and can get the Perry suggestion in front of the right investigator.

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