In honor of Kamiyah Mobley’s case being solved…

Here’s a list of others like her, who were abducted by strangers as babies and may very well be still alive out there not knowing who they are. I’m including cases of children 3 and under where non-family abduction is either the only explanation or is more likely than not, and it’s also more likely than not that the abductor(s) intended to either raise the child or give/sell it to someone who would. I’m not counting cases where it could be a non-family abduction but I have virtually no evidence available to say what happened.

  1. Christopher Enoch Abeyta, who would be 31
  2. Sabrina Paige Aisenberg, who would be 19
  3. Emmanuel Kalief Birts, who would be 27
  4. David Ezell Blockett, who would be 36
  5. Andre Terrance Bryant, who would be 27
  6. Christopher Milton Dansby, who would be 29
  7. Bryan Dos Santos-Gomes, who would be 10
  8. Paul Joseph Fronczak, who would be 52
  9. Elizabeth Dorothy Funchess, who would be 40
  10. Elizabeth Ann Gill, who would be 54
  11. Raymond Lamar Green, who would be 38
  12. Sausha Latine Henson, who would be 15
  13. Melissa Suzanne Highsmith, who would be 47
  14. Shaina Ashly Kirkpatrick, who would be 17
  15. Alexandra Marie McIntire, who would be 23
  16. Donel Jacoby Minor, who would be 32
  17. Vivian Paola Montanez Castellanos, who would be 30
  18. Mary Agnes Moroney*, who would be 88
  19. Saure Blizhaid Sanchez Vega, who would be 23
  20. Marlene Santana, who would be 31
  21. Aleacia Di’onne Stancil, who would be 22
  22. Tavish Sutton, who would be 23
  23. Angel Torres-Irizarry, who would be 41
  24. Jacqueline Vasquez, who would be 16
  25. Shane Anthony Walker, who would be 29
  26. April Nicole Williams, who would be 33

*Okay, Mary Moroney’s probably dead now just because of the passage of time, but there’s no reason to believe she didn’t live to adulthood.

Honorable mentions: Tiffani Claudette Wise, 2, and her half-sister Brandi Jondell Summers, 5, who would now be 41 and 45 respectively. It looks like the girls were taken by Brandi’s dad, Roy, but the case is, ah, a bit complicated, not a simple family abduction, and it’s likely they were raised by others. Brandi had cystic fibrosis, a very serious condition that is life-shortening even now and was much less treatable in 1977, and so she may be dead. But I haven’t seen any evidence that either of the children were murdered.

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10 thoughts on “In honor of Kamiyah Mobley’s case being solved…

  1. Alice January 20, 2017 / 3:11 pm

    Mary Moroney could still be alive. My grandma’s 85 and she’s doing well.

  2. Jaime January 21, 2017 / 1:07 am

    You could also include Alexandra Marie Mcintire.

    • Jaime January 21, 2017 / 1:16 am

      Sorry I see she’s on the list now.

      • Meaghan January 21, 2017 / 10:02 am

        I heard from her mother a few years ago. A very sad case.

  3. Jaime January 22, 2017 / 9:39 am

    NCMEC made a video of unsolved infant abductions on YouTube. They did this to commerate Kamiyah Mobley being found. I’ve subscribed to their channel.

    • Meaghan January 22, 2017 / 4:34 pm

      Yeah I saw that vid. I shared it on Charley’s Facebook page.

  4. hennylee January 24, 2017 / 2:03 pm

    Hey Meaghan – Would Melissa McGuinn fall under this list?

    • Meaghan January 25, 2017 / 3:12 pm

      That case is kind of ambiguous/iffy, but personally I think she’s probably dead.

      • hennylee January 30, 2017 / 2:19 pm

        I never had a strong feeling either way – like she is alive or passed on. BUT I have also wondered if there was more to the story than what was told.

  5. Joey M Harrison May 16, 2017 / 3:25 pm

    Brandi & Tiffy were raised by other people.

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