Not on Namus, Part IV

As per before, an * at the end of a name means their case is in NamUs but without a photo attached.

Also, I added a new photo of Rochelle Denise Battle just now.

  1. Majestees Aaron
  2. Henry Peter Ackerman
  3. Walter Thomas Ackerson Jr.
  4. Lilia Edith Anguiano
  5. Christopher J. Benedetto
  6. Robin Nadine Benedict
  7. Frank Lee Black Jr.
  8. Christine Blackburn-Wiles
  9. Bruce Blackwood
  10. Edna Laverne Blodgett
  11. Andrea Nicole Boyette
  12. Jake Branam
  13. Kelly Branam
  14. Kedrian Lenard Briggs
  15. Corey Lynn Brooks
  16. Amanda Victoria Brown
  17. Nicole Lynn Bryner
  18. Scott Murray Campbell
  19. Enedelia Castro*
  20. Curtis Eugene Chillingworth
  21. Marjorie Croude McKinley Chillingworth
  22. Paul Steven Cosner
  23. Jasmine Michelle Cruz
  24. Joan Audrey Davis
  25. Peter Davis
  26. Edwin Craig Dowell
  27. Christine Claudette Dumont
  28. Yadira Espinoza
  29. Averie Grace Evans
  30. Sarah J. Feather
  31. Marcia Ann Forsberg
  32. William Gaffney
  33. Ruben Gallegos
  34. Scott Gamble
  35. Jeffrey Dean Gerald
  36. Claudine Jaquier Gifford
  37. Elvia Veronica Gomez Zapien*
  38. Andrea R. Gonzalez
  39. Kristy Ann Green
  40. Kevin R. Harkins
  41. Audrey Lynn Harris
  42. James Lee Haynes
  43. Lesley Anne Herring
  44. Larry Joe Hicks
  45. James P. Higham III
  46. Joel Hoag
  47. William Hoag
  48. Melvin Charles Horst
  49. Cheryl Huff
  50. John Gregory Hughes
  51. Shara Hunter
  52. Elisabeth Ann Huster
  53. Jack Irwin
  54. A’Shia Monique Jenkins
  55. Hevin Dakota James Lee Jenkins*
  56. Virginia Jewell
  57. Randy Johnson
  58. Samuel Kairy
  59. Karl Terry Karbowski
  60. Mary Sue Kitts
  61. Carl Stephen Knight
  62. Patricia Denise Knight
  63. Bongak Koja
  64. Clifford Lambert
  65. Janeice Langs
  66. Shaun Clifford Laughlin
  67. Arturo Lepe
  68. Christopher Lerch
  69. Peggy Ann Lerch
  70. Ronald George Levin
  71. James Dupree Lewis Jr.
  72. Jennifer Long
  73. Kimberly Lashawn Mack
  74. Irina Malezhik
  75. Elizabeth Marriott
  76. Joseph Arthur Martin Jr.
  77. Joseph Patrick Martin
  78. Jorge Aguilar Mata
  79. Richard Edward McCrary
  80. Michael McDowell
  81. Arthur Gerald Noske
  82. Oscar Ochoa
  83. Melvin Pittman
  84. Christopher Craig Prows
  85. Michelle Kelly Pulsifer
  86. Glenda Diane Quisenberry
  87. Heidi Ann Rhodes
  88. Carl Wayne Rotstein
  89. Alejandro Sanchez
  90. Federico Sanchez Jr.*
  91. Pamela Beth Schlitz
  92. Daniel Sites
  93. Stephen E. Smith
  94. Thaddeus John Szczypta
  95. Mitchell Szegi
  96. Ernest Taylor
  97. Zoey Kainoa Thomas
  98. Tate Torres
  99. Carlos M. Trotz
  100. Alvin Turner
  101. Daniel Torres Ventura
  102. Edward William Viola
  103. Leo Roy Whitehead*
  104. Wendell Williams
  105. Patrick Albert Wright*
  106. Evon Young

15 thoughts on “Not on Namus, Part IV

    • forthelost September 9, 2017 / 12:41 am

      Oh, and so are the Clinton Ave. five – I entered them but they’re not visible now.

    • Meaghan September 9, 2017 / 9:04 am

      I wonder how I missed them. I remember specifically looking for Michelle’s brother.

    • Meaghan September 9, 2017 / 2:46 pm

      Oh, I see how I missed Rowan now. His name is misspelled in the NamUs entry as “Rowen” and not “Rowan.”

    • Meaghan September 9, 2017 / 2:49 pm

      And Michelle Houchman’s name is given in NamUs as “Hochman.” So that’s how I missed her.

  1. Brian F Lockett September 9, 2017 / 4:21 am

    I’m having trouble getting to sleep, despite Benadryl and melatonin. So please forgive me if I sound a little loopy. Since this blog entry is related to NamUS, I just wanted to congratulate you and thank you for keeping up this website. Especially since you do it on your own. I don’t know how in the hell you can do it all.
    NamUS may have a few more missing persons listed, but CP has actual details and stuff. Despite NamUS being more “official” (i.e. tied to LE), there are rarely any specifics at all for the MP’s. You’ll have a couple of paragraphs on CP and NamUS will say something like “last seen on 1/1/2001” or “left home to go to the store.” Keep up the good work.

    • Meaghan September 9, 2017 / 2:48 pm

      Thank you, Brian. I do wish NamUs would include a few more details in cases. I understand that they can’t go into epic stories like I do, but, for example, there’s one case where they’ve got no details of disappearance at all, and I looked it up and it turns out the woman disappeared after a boating accident and is presumed drowned. There’s no indication that’s she’s anywhere other than in the river where her boat capsized, but based off the NamUs entry, people are probably trying to match her to UIDs found murdered several states away.

      • Brian F Lockett September 13, 2017 / 10:44 am

        I wonder if there’s some sort of secret “cop code” that unveils information. I don’t see how it helps LE find people other than giving names and dates for research, such as the drowning you mentioned.
        I wouldn’t think cops would have time for all of that. Especially since few agencies seem to have full-time (and fully staffed) Cold Case departments.

      • Ivana September 14, 2017 / 5:07 pm

        ..and then DoeNetwork is copying from NamUs and we have two major websites with the same incomplete and insufficient information. Look at, for example, baby Gabriel’s case – 5216DMAZ – Gabriel Scott Johnson. It says almost nothing.
        You are doing a great job Meaghan, it is good that Charley comes up as first in Google when people search for MP names.

  2. Kat September 10, 2017 / 10:11 am

    OT..Anthoinette (I know that spelling is wrong) Cayedito. Was on Wikipedia the other day and it said both her parents are dead, mother in 1999, father in 2012, I believe. Not pertinent to her case but I know you like to keep up with those details.

  3. Brian F Lockett September 20, 2017 / 11:36 am

    I saw some additional details for an MP on a recent Doe Network update that has a bit of info that you don’t have.

    It’s regarding Terrie Lee Holland (3810DFAR

    They gave a few specifics about her criminal charges and the fact that she “may” have been seen several times a few years after her 1997 disappearance.

    I only looked her up on CP after I though that Doe’s update seemed strange (with her being seen after her official disappearance).

  4. Nancy Hogan June 13, 2020 / 1:19 pm

    In 2017 and 2018 I began a project of comparing NamUs listings to all the listings I could find, in a particular state, for missing persons not on their system. I have a dashboard of 170 people I added, (with care, research, double checking), the problem…. they did not have the manpower to review my postings. They actually became upset with me. All but 72 of these listings have become active. The problem is, those of us doing this type of research, can not see the listings that are pending, unless we loaded the listing. A dozen of us may have loaded the same listing, because we don’t know that it was already loaded and just pending. I suggested a location where pending names could be checked, so as to eliminate the possibility of duplications, and obviously reduce the work of the specialist in having to address multiples. I quit the project. But I would welcome the opportunity to return to this project. I am a disabled housebound woman with time, energy and desire to devote myself to this. Anyone ?

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