Not on Namus, Part V

  1. Michelle Evette Albert
  2. Maria Dolores Alcorn
  3. Roger A. Anderson
  4. Japhia Baker
  5. Michael Henley Ballard
  6. Faizah Amatullah Bashir
  7. Nicholas Ryan Beck
  8. Dustin Lynn Bird
  9. Kimberly Diane Blanton
  10. Kristin Blass
  11. Monte Howard Bolton
  12. Sandy Loyd Bond
  13. Bryan Michael Brawner
  14. Stephen Phillip Brumley Jr.
  15. Ollie Letrell Cader
  16. David Allen Carver
  17. Jay Cee
  18. Ronald Chapman
  19. Tiffany Chavez
  20. Di H. Chi
  21. Antionette Renee Childress
  22. Charles Don Claunch
  23. Jeraldine Clemon
  24. Kathy Lynn Cook
  25. Lonnie McArthur Davis Jr.
  26. Daren Dixon
  27. Mary Douglas
  28. Lisa Marie Duran
  29. Jesse Allen Galloway
  30. Steve Garcia
  31. Sylvia Maria Gaxiola
  32. Christopher Landon Glass
  33. Kasandra Gonzalez
  34. Herschel Frederick Gray
  35. Herasmo Guillen
  36. Fletcher Gull
  37. Kathleen Ann Haney
  38. Treyozie Charles Hardman
  39. Sydil E. Harris
  40. Douglas Bruce Hayes
  41. Jose Benjamin Hernandez
  42. Tomas Herrera
  43. Steven Lee Hixson
  44. Christopher Hooks
  45. Luke Horde
  46. Kenneth Hudson
  47. William James Hummelsund
  48. Beth M. Johnson
  49. Joseph Phillenger Jones
  50. Kevin Michael Kelly
  51. Joe David Key
  52. Mei Ying Lau
  53. Keira Patrice Lawrence
  54. Anthony Tyrone Lee
  55. Areniz Del Carmen Lopez
  56. Julian Zesati Lopez
  57. Charles Jay Makey Jr.
  58. Ramiro Martinez
  59. Ramiro Ortiz Martinez
  60. John Matsui
  61. Keisha Nicole Smith Mays
  62. Michael Joseph McKay
  63. Rowdy James McMillian
  64. Leslie Gale Mears
  65. Billie Junior Meyer
  66. John Edward Morgan
  67. Rebecca Sue Morris
  68. Sheila Ann Morton
  69. Louis Carl Muller
  70. Diana Marie Murrell
  71. James Dennis Odell
  72. Daniel Michael O’Leary
  73. Yoseli Ortiz
  74. Ariana Yvette Osorio
  75. Marlene Palabichiny
  76. Alyssa Parker
  77. Kassaundra Denise Williams Patterson
  78. Moesha Pierce
  79. Tracie Dawn Phair
  80. Laura Pinon
  81. Gerald Lee Pollard Jr.
  82. Xochilt Ann Prado
  83. Lois Lee Robinson
  84. Steven David Rockstad
  85. Toni Rae Sanders
  86. Nathan David Schlatter
  87. Terri Lea Schlatter
  88. Robert Lee Sellers
  89. Colleen Jean Sharp
  90. Michael Douglas Shaver
  91. James Neil Shepard Jr.
  92. Laurel Leigh Silver-Valker
  93. Linda Mae Singh
  94. Marcus Smile
  95. Sailey Bannah Smith
  96. Veronica Hahn Smith
  97. Kevin Jay Stamp
  98. Jennifer Sterling
  99. Gilbert Ray Stewart
  100. Kelly Ann Stigar
  101. Robert Austin Tharp
  102. Wilfredo Torres
  103. Gilberto Milan Valdez
  104. Delecia Annette Waddy
  105. Sarah Elizabeth Watson
  106. Tyler Alan Welling
  107. Tiffany Susan Westford
  108. Jameson Willis-Carroll
  109. Dale Dion Wilson
  110. Linda Wu

12 thoughts on “Not on Namus, Part V

  1. Christie M Groves April 1, 2018 / 6:43 pm

    I will see what I can do about some of these folks this week. Thanks so much for helping.

  2. marsyao April 2, 2018 / 3:46 pm

    I am reading Carey Mae Parker’s case too,and I am shaking my head ( I could use much stronger word), what can I say? she had a family who did not even bother following up whether LE conducted any investigation of her disappearance for almost a decade, it looks like her parents, her brother, the fathers of her children simply gave her up, the only one show some caring toward her was her sister, but even her somehow managed not finding out her missing person reports did not exist for a decade ! I too find out a podcast that contains some detail information of her case:

    http://ketr.org/post/buried-episode-01-introductions

    • Jesse April 3, 2018 / 9:48 am

      I’m more sympathetic to the family on this one. The police are, by necessity, intimidating. A lot of people don’t know they have every right to call up and ask about a case. People might worry about being a nuisance. And again, I cannot stress how intimidated many people are by the police, or they might not realise that they might need to light a fire under LE’s feet to keep a case at the front of the queue. They might assume that the police are out there searching, and they need to get out of the way.

      There are a lot of inherently suspicious family responses to someone going missing. This isn’t one of them.

      • marsyao April 3, 2018 / 10:11 am

        You need to listen the podcast, that was a dysfunctional family, and both Carey and her brother were heavily involved in drugs, the family members did not have a very close relationship with each other. I would not say American LE system is perfect, it is certain not. But you can not entirely put the blame on cops if your own family somehow did not find out a missing person report was not filed for almost 10 years

      • Meaghan April 5, 2018 / 9:31 am

        Well said, marysao.

  3. allstarlocations April 3, 2018 / 4:07 pm

    Chalice Jessica Paul is on Namus but not in full view, only I can see the entries. Because Law Enforcement refuses to investigate her disappearance 37 years ago. Even though I launched her on the Internet since 2012 and got people all over the world who know about her now. Check out http://www.chalicepaul.com and Facebook, Chalice Paul- Missing Person.

  4. Patrick Kerrigan April 3, 2018 / 9:07 pm

    I checked David Allen Carver since his name seemed familiar. It appears his family believed he died on December 16, 2016. It appears that an individual drove a vehicle into a gas line on that day causing an explosion and fire that burned for 9 hours.
    The intense fire burned the VIN numbets from the vehicle. It howevet it was a inibody constructed vehicle. Mr. Carver had purchased a Buick LeSabre, which was a unibody constructed vehicle.
    Also authorities could not obtain any DNA from the remains. His family teported him missing after the explosion. They also had a memorial service for him.

    • Meaghan April 3, 2018 / 9:07 pm

      I will look into that, thanks for the info!

  5. Patrick Kerrigan April 8, 2018 / 10:13 pm

    I looked at Carey’s case. As a former police officer and detective, I am upset that the constable screwed up and never filed a report. As I have commented on other postings one of the basic part of police work is writing reports. It documents how you got involved in a incident, a complaint to 911, and on-view observation. What you did, Who you talked to and what they said. It is part of the job. However, it shows activity. It may be properly used to determine crime patterns. While working at two VA hospitals in Chicago, I wrote a pile of reports, and followed up on many more.

    I had to write or print them for years and it was great to use a typewriter once in a while. Then we went computerized. I was i heaven and liked to write reports, and actually was assigned to write a report on a bomb threat called into the Chicago Police Department 911 system, since I wrote good reports.

    So at least the Hunt County should have done a basic report on the call to the constable. So then they had something to go on if they did nothing but a welfare check. It would have been nice of someone in either department took a little interest in her case.

    I agree with the family basically ignoring the fact that she was missing for all this time and they never heard from law enforcement. Her sister or father should have pushed the issue years ago.

    A website mentions that the family wonders if police ever interviewed her ex-boyfriend William Cody Songer. He has a few arrests for a Theft by Check in 1999, and Traffic related charges in Gregg County.

    Also supposedly her father may have received a phone call threatening him and her kids if they did not stop searching for her. Supposedly, the same thing would happened to them that happened to her.

  6. Patrick Kerrigan April 9, 2018 / 3:20 pm

    I came across an Dallas Observer story about an NPR Crime Podcast by George Hale on Carey Parker case. There was some interesting stuff in the article.

    He believes that Hunt County Sheriff’s may have actually made a report on her disappearance in 1991. But they have not provided a copy and maybe stonewalling him.

    Also, Carey’s daughter Brandy, has been trying to obtain copies of the Dallas Police Department’s and autopsy reports on the death of her father a month before Carey disappeared. They claim he died of a cocaine overdose. George Hale, has been trying to get the records also. He has run into a brickwall.

    Carey’s kids remember their grandfather’s nightmares. He supposedly told them he killed a German citizen while stationed with the U.S. Army during Vietnam.

    Also, he claims that two men came to his house and threatened him over his search for Carey. He claimed that he followed them into the woods and lilled them.

    Supposedly Mr. Hale is looking into the death of the German citizen.

    So it appears the story gets more interesting as time goes by.

  7. Patrick Kerrigan April 22, 2018 / 8:40 pm

    In regards to Leslie Gale Mears. I found she has lived in several locations in California in one address is linked to her from 2000 to 2018, but her name does not show up as living there on one website. She has two addresses in Dallas, Texas, and two addresses in Gainesville, Florida. One I coud not find any information on it, which makes me wonder. Also one website seems to think she might be married. When I searched on-line there is a Tulsa Police Dept., entry which provides an email to their homicide unit.

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