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Missing Person 13 Year Old Teen of Miami, FL

Miami Beach Police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing teen who they consider to be in danger.

April Kayla Flores, 13, has been missing since Friday. She is considered to be a runaway case.

Police said she was punished by here mother and sent to her room. When her mother checked on her, she had left.


Flores has cut herself in the past.

Posts on Instagram from her friends mentioned her possible interest in heading to Tampa as well as possibly harming herself.

Officers said Flores had been rebelling, getting into fights at school, hanging out with adult men and possibly drinking.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts call Miami Beach Police at (305)673-7945.

Miami Beach Police are searching for a missing teen considered to be in danger. (Source: Miami Beach Police)

Pedophile Tracking Mom Seeks Custody of Daughter Placed With Sex Offender Dad

A Bakersfield woman continues to try and regain sole custody of her 8-year-old daughter in an unusual child custody battle.

The girl is currently living with the father, 56-year-old Nicholas Elizondo, who is a registered sex offender.

Elizondo was convicted in 1995 after pleading no contest to one count of lewd and lascivious acts with a child under 14. He was sentenced to six years in prison.


In June 2013, Elizondo traveled to Oklahoma to gain custody of his daughter, and after a lengthy battle, a judge awarded full custody of the child to Elizondo.

Since then, the girl’s mother, 50-year-old Lisa Knight, has been seeking to regain custody.

Knight has moved back to Bakersfield from Oklahoma, where Elizondo lives with his daughter.

In a court hearing on Friday, Knight made new allegations against her ex-husband. Knight said that during one night in January, she went to Elizondo’s house to check on her daughter. Knight said she looked through a window into a bedroom, where she said she observed Elizondo under the blankets in bed with the 8-year-old girl. Knight said she saw that Elizondo was in his underwear.

“I want my daughter protected,” said Knight in court.

The court-appointed attorney for the child, Stephanie Childers, objected to Knight’s claim of what she had witnessed. Knight said she reported the incident to police two days later.

“I object! This is the first time I’ve heard about this,” said Childers.

Knight also alleges Elizondo has neglected and failed to provide proper medical care for the child. The mother told the court the child has had constant urinary tract infections and that she has had to take the child to seek medical treatment.

Judge James Compton continued the case to April 21.

Compton said attorneys for Elizondo and for the minor needed time to receive and review police and medical reports made as a result of the new allegations made by Knight.

Missing Person Frances Ann Wartenburg of St. Albans, WV

A family is still holding out hope in finding their missing loved one.

Frances Ann Wartenburg, 33, of St. Albans was reported missing on March 4, 2015.  She was last seen on February 21, 2015.

Wartenburg is of thin build, and is “short in height”, according to family members.  She has hazel eyes and dark brown, short hair.  Family members say she does not have her phone on her.


A spokesman with the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office said they have some leads in this case, but cannot release them at this time.

In a news release, Cpl. Brian Humphreys said, “Anytime a person is missing for this length of time there is cause for concern.”

If you have any information on this case, you’re asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 304-357-0169.

Missing woman, Frances Ann Wartenburg

Missing Person William Parish of Kissimmee, FL

Kissimmee police are looking for a 19-year-old man who may be in danger.

Officers responded to Family Health Care on West Oak Street Saturday morning in reference to a missing person.


They said William Parish, 19, made comments to staff saying he wanted to harm himself, but ran away when he learned the staff was going to place him under the Baker Act.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call Kissimmee police or Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS.

William Engelmann

Wrongful Death Louisville Man Found Shot Dead in Car

A homicide investigation is underway in Louisville after a man was found shot dead in his car.

The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office said Alphonse Mesinor, 51, was discovered around 1 a.m. Saturday.


Mesinor was shot multiple times. He was parked near his South 12th Street home.

Wrongful Death Man Indicted in Deadly Madison County Wreck

A man has been indicted on a charge of murder in connection with a deadly crash in Madison County on New Years Day.

The Richmond Register reports Caleb Aldridge has also been indicted on charges of assault and driving drunk.


Deputies said Aldridge and two women were leaving a New Years party when the vehicle crashed into a ravine. Chelsea Harnack, 22, was killed.

Family members of Aldridge originally told LEX 18 that Harnack was the driver. Investigators said they later determined Aldridge was actually the one behind the wheel.

Private Detective: Man Shot While Protecting Girlfriend’s Daughter From Abduction

A man is in the hospital after he was shot and pistol whipped while trying to protect his girlfriend’s daughter after two men broke down the family’s door Saturday morning.

Authorities say two black males kicked in the door to the family’s home on North Upper Street around 3:15 Saturday morning. Investigators say the intruders didn’t go after any possessions but went straight for the ten year old girl. Police are still trying to determine whether the boyfriend was shot before or after the intruders tried to take the girl. The boyfriend was able to fight them off and get the girl to safety. The family did not recognize the two men.


Police say they are looking for two black males, one heavy set and wearing a dark coat. The other suspect was possibly wearing a gray hoodie. Both men fled in a blue 2000 Chevy Impala.

Police say the boyfriend is at UK Hospital in serious but stable condition.

Private Detective: Man Poses As Delivery Service and Robs Home

Officers in Oldham County say a crook posing as a delivery man forced a babysitter and a child into a bathroom at gunpoint as he ransacked the house.

It happened Wednesday morning in a neighborhood in La Grange. The nanny says the man showed up with a package in hand, saying he had a delivery for the homeowner, who he mentioned by name. She says he asked for a pen, then surprised her with a gun. Investigators say he locked her and the three year old boy she was watching in the bathroom while he and at least one partner raided the home. The nanny says the man is white, about 6’3″ with short hair.


The suspect was wearing a dark brown jacket, khaki cargo shorts and was armed with a black handgun.

Private Detective: CO Woman’s Baby Cut From Womb After Responding to Craigslist Ad

A 26-year-old Longmont woman who was seven months pregnant showed up at a home Wednesday to buy baby clothes she’d seen in a Craigslist post.

What police say happened then is horrific: The 34-year-old woman who lives at the home, in the 1600 block of Green Place in Longmont, stabbed the pregnant woman and “removed” her baby.

The baby did not survive.

Police Cmdr. Jeff Satur said police responded to the home on a stabbing call at about 2:45 p.m.


Satur said officers arrived on the scene and could hear a woman calling for help inside the home. They entered and found the victim, who had been beaten and stabbed in the stomach with a knife.

The woman who was attacked was taken to Longmont United Hospital, where she underwent surgery and is expected to recover, he said.

Police located the suspect at the hospital after she apparently arrived with the baby and said she had suffered a miscarriage, Satur said.

He said the victim and suspect did not know each other. The pregnant woman was at the home to buy baby clothes through a Craigslist ad, officials said.

The suspect may be mentally ill, officials said. Names have not been released in the case.

“This is a tragic case for a mother right now,” Satur said. “She came by this house. She was attacked, and her baby was removed from her.”

The alleged assailant has two children, Satur said. Her husband apparently drove her and the baby to the hospital and then returned to the scene later. He was escorted to the hospital but has not been arrested and is not a suspect, Satur said.

The suspect was arrested at 7:45 p.m. at Longmont United Hospital on suspicion of attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault and child abuse knowingly and recklessly resulting in death.

Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett said his office will consider what charges are appropriate.

“The issues involving an unborn child are complicated under Colorado law,” Garnett said. “In most circumstances, if a child was not actually born alive, then homicide charges are not possible. With a case like this, most of the time charges would not need to be filed until sometime next week.”

Missing Person Body of Klamath Falls, OR Woman Found

A woman who went missing from the Klamath Falls area since January was found dead on Thursday in the Klamath River.

The cause of death for 35-year-old Alicia C. Scott is still undetermined and remains under investigation, Oregon State Police said. A 911 caller reported discovering Scott floating in the river near Lake Ewauna.


Scott was reported missing to police on Feb. 11 and her family in Bend said they had not been in contact with her since Jan. 22, according to state police. Scott was in the Klamath Falls area for a few weeks before she disappeared, police said.


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