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NATIONAL MISSING CHILDREN’S DAY SUNDAY MAY 25, 2014

25 May

NATIONAL MISSING CHILDREN’S DAY SUNDAY MAY 25, 2014

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I’d like to, on this day of observance for all missing children, highlight some missing children who don’t get much, if any, publicity.

Hasanni Campbell

 

 

Hasanni Campbell went missing on August 10, 2009 in Oakland, California.  If you have information concerning this case, please contact:  Oakland Police Department – (510) 777-3333 or The Polly Klaas® Foundation (800) 587-4357

 

 

Colt Levi Clark

 

Colt Levi Clark went missing from Wewoka, Oklahoma on April 20, 2006. Colt’s photo is shown age-progressed to 16 years by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.  If you have information concerning this case, please contact:

Seminole County Sheriff’s Office – (405) 382-9340 or The Polly Klaas® Foundation (800) 587-4357

 

 

Mark Degner and Bryan Hayes

Mark Degner and Bryan Hayes were last seen leaving Paxon Middle School in Jacksonville,Florida of February 10, 2005. They have not been seen or heard from since their disappearance. Both boys are in need of medication. Mark’s photo is shown age progressed to 17 years and Bryan’s photo is shown age progressed to 18 years by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.  If you have information concerning this case, please contact:

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (904) 630-0500 or (904) 630-2627 or The Polly Klaas® Foundation (800) 587-4357

 

Adrianna Wix

 

Adrianna Wix and her mother Jennifer Wix went missing from Cross Plains, Tennessee on March 25, 2004. They have not been seen or heard from since. Adrianna’s picture is shown age progressed to nine years by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. If you have information concerning this case, please contact: Robertson County Sheriff’s Office (615) 384-7971 or The Polly Klaas® Foundation (800) 587-4357

 

 
RichardHaynes

 

Richard “Cody” Haynes went missing from his home in Kittitas, Washington on September 12, 2004. He has not been seen or heard from since. Richard’s photo is shown age-progressed to 18 years by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. If you have information concerning this case, please contact: Kittitas Police Department (509) 925-8534

or The Polly Klaas® Foundation (800) 587-4357

 

 
Jacob Wetterling
Jacob Wetterling was last seen the evening of October 22, 1989 returning with his brother and a friend from a convenience store. They were stopped by a masked man with a gun about a half mile from his home in St Joseph, Minnesota. The other two boys were let go, but the masked man took Jacob. Neither Jacob nor the man have been seen since. Jacob’s photo is shown age-progressed to 35 years by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. If you have information concerning this case, please contact: The Stearns Co., MN Sheriff’s Office (320) 259-3700 or The Polly Klaas® Foundation (800) 587-4357


Enrique Medel

Enrique Medel went missing from Albuquerque, New Mexico on March 16, 2011. He has not been seen or heard from since his disappearance. Enrique may still be in the local area. Photo on the right is an age progression to 16 years by the NCMEC.

If you have information concerning this case, please contact: Albuquerque Police Department – (505) 908-8552
or The Polly Klaas® Foundation (800) 587-4357

  


Bianca Lebron

Bianca Lebron was last seen on November 7, 2001 in front of her school in Bridgeport, Connecticut. She was standing outside with some friends when a brown or tan van approached the group of children. Bianca allegedly told two of her friends that she was going to the shopping mall with her “uncle” before getting into the van. Bianca has neither been seen nor heard from since that morning.  If you have information concerning this case, please contact: Bridgeport Police Department – (203) 576-7671Depa

 

Zaden McKnight

 

Zaden McKnight was last seen at home on March 25, 2014. Zaden was last known to be wearing blue jeans, a yellow hat, a yellow and blue coat, and red velcro shoes with “Lighting McQueen” on them.  If you have information concerning this case, please contact:  Dayton Police Department (Ohio) 1-937-333-2677

 

 

 

Asha Degree

Asha Degree’s father last saw her asleep in bed at 2:30 a.m., on Feb. 14, 2000. Then, a motorist claimed to have spotted her walking down North Carolina Highway 18 in Shelby, at 4 a.m.

Police said they believe Asha simply packed her backpack and started off down the road in the middle of the night. Several motorists passed her, but no one stopped to check on her. Eighteen months later, Asha’s backpack was found wrapped in trash bags 26 miles away.  If you have information concerning this case, please contact: Cleveland County (N.C.) Sheriff’s Office at (704) 484-4822.

 

And last but certainly not least, the little girl we have all come to care about so much,  Ayla Bell Reynolds…

 

ayla-close-up.jpgOn December 17, 2011, Ayla Reynolds (DOB 4-4-2010) was reported missing from her Violette Avenue home by her father Justin DiPietro. Investigators have ruled out any possibility that Ayla left the house on her own or that she was abducted. Investigators discovered Ayla’s blood in the basement of her home, and the three adults who were in the home at the time are withholding information. Police believe that Ayla is probably dead.  .  If you have information concerning this case, please contact:  Maine State Police Tip Line – 207-624-7076.

 

                                 

Missing Childrens Day

BRING THEM ALL HOME!

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9 responses to “NATIONAL MISSING CHILDREN’S DAY SUNDAY MAY 25, 2014

  1. mountain mama

    May 25, 2014 at 12:12 am

    Thank you for this post Dee. There are so many of these beautiful children missing that it’s overwhelming and incredibly sad. Prayers for all the missing and their loved ones.

     
  2. Gwen Griffin

    May 25, 2014 at 2:56 am

    Yes thank you Dee for this overpowering post. So many missing and no answers. I know some of us have lost a child and know the grief that follows but not knowing where they are is one pain I do not ever want to experience. We had our closure and could go on but these parents live in limbo of the unknown. They live in a world of being the suspects as everyone looks down at them believing a child just does not come up just missing. This has become a disease with no cure. With our government so worried about other countries when are they going to fight for our so many missing children. When are they going to realize this is a growing problem and the children need our help here at home. It is taking people that care to start groups like the Lost and Missing to help in aiding to find these children. My hat off to these groups that keep awareness going for these kids that have no voice. As a parent I pray for the children missing and their parents to have answers.

     
  3. ms.p

    May 25, 2014 at 4:04 am

    Thank you Dee. So smart and thoughtful!

     
  4. mountain mama

    May 25, 2014 at 9:52 am

    Please don’t forget Myra.

     
  5. CG

    May 25, 2014 at 10:32 am

    Thank you, Dee. As time passes, the publicity fades and the public forgets their faces. Ayla has gotten tons of publicity but many missing kids don’t, especially boys and children of color. I’m glad to see many boys and children of color in this post.

     
    • Dee

      May 25, 2014 at 2:53 pm

      You’re right CG, they don’t get as much publicity and its a shame. It would be impossible to name them all here, there are simply too many. I tried to highlight kids that either haven’t had much publicity or have been missing a long time.

       
      • mountain mama

        May 25, 2014 at 3:45 pm

        You did good Dee. It’s a shame that some kids get more media attention than others do. I wish they all could get the same attention.

         
  6. primarytchr

    May 25, 2014 at 10:53 am

    Thank you Dee. This is a very thoughtful post.

     

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