MP of the week: Monico Hernandez

Tonight I’m going to Michael’s parents’ house and will be spending Christmas over there. So I decided to do the missing person of the week a day early, since I won’t have access to my PC tomorrow.

This week it’s Monico Urquidi Hernandez, a 45-year-old man who disappeared from Phoenix, Arizona on December 8, 2011. He left home, saying he might go to Mexico, and was never heard from again. I don’t have anything else on this case.

Merry Christmas!

3 thoughts on “MP of the week: Monico Hernandez

  1. Patrick Kerrigan December 24, 2019 / 10:30 pm

    Merry Christmas to everyone who spends their time to help resolve these missing persons cases that Meaghan alerts us to.

    I am also grateful to all those Cold Case detectives that are making the effort to clear cases.

    Investigators in Utah recently identified and arrested a 55 year old man for the murder of a senior citizen. The offender was 17, when he murdered her. It appears his name was in the original case report, but was never interviewed.

    His mother said he left for Nebraska, the day of the murder. So, they compared his DNA, with DNA from the crime scene and it matched.

  2. Patrick Kerrigan December 29, 2019 / 4:50 pm

    I recently came across two organizations of interest. One of them is called Trace Labs, and was founded by a Rob Sell, a tracker and also a involved IT security. He gets computer hackers to use their talents in on-line searching for missing persons. He uses open source intelligence. He claims that they have provided a number of tips to law enforcement on missing persons. I came across a U-tube video on it. It appears to help if the missing person had an online presence,

    I also came across a reference to a organization called Scent Evidence. It uses dogs and other tools to enhance are odors so that K9 dogs can follow the missing persons scent. They also use drones to over fly the search area, as a safety factor for the dogs and their handlers. The organization was founded by Paul Coley, a former FBI Forensic Canine Specialist. His organization was used in the search for two missing teenagers. Their remains were later found in a abandoned mine shaft.

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