Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Does Your Missing Loved One Have a Tie to the National Parks?

I spoke with a Casting Producer for a new show on a major cable network this afternoon centering on missing loved ones that have ties to National Parks in the United States. This is what she asked me to share with you. Please re-post this to get the word out. They have fantastic intentions and can really help you get some help in finding your loved one.
Here is her message:
A new cable docuseries is investigating people who have gone missing in our National Parks, wooded areas, etc.. If you have been personally affected by a missing person case and want to help investigate further into other missing person cases, please email your story to

Monday, March 7, 2016

Portland Area Missing Teen -14 year old child, last seen with 43 year old Sex Offender. Please help!

Deputies believe a missing 14-year-old girl from Vancouver may be with a registered sex offender, and her mother is begging for help.
"We just want to find her... I've passed out hundreds of flyers..." Goldie Hone told KATU News. 
According to the Clark County Sheriff's Office, Danielle "Danny" Hone was last seen with registered sex offender William J. Anderson, 43. She was reported missing Feb. 1.
They may be traveling in Oregon or Washington in a gold Dodge truck with Oregon plates 070FBQ.
Goldie Hone said she hasn't seen her daughter since last year.
"She's got friends that really lover know her, praying for us and praying for her," said Hone.
Goldie Hone said she wants her daughter to know about the recent death of the family dog, Patches.
"I know she loved her dog."
Call police immediately if you have seen either Hone or Anderson.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Noah Michael Dewitt - Lane County - February 2015

Police: Eugene man missing since early Saturday morning

EUGENE, Ore. - Friends and police are asking for the public's help locating a man who disappeared early Saturday morning in distress.

A friend reported 24-year-old Noah Michael Dewitt missing to police.

Dewitt left a friend's home on W. 27th Avenue on foot sometime after 2 a.m. Saturday.

The friend told police Dewitt appeared to be in distress. Dewitt left his shoes behind and may have been barefoot.

If anyone has information about his whereabouts, they are asked to contact the Eugene Police Department at (541) 682-5111 or call 911 in the event of an amergency.

Robert "Bob" Lewis Murphy - Eugene - Lane County - February 2015

Cottage Grove man missing since Thursday requires medication

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. - A man whose serious health condition requires daily medication took a taxi to the bus station in Eugene last Thursday and hasn't been heard from since, police said.

Robert "Bob" Lewis Murphy is considered an endangered missing person, Cottage Grove Police said.

A healthcare provider told police Murphy left home Thursday by taxi, bound for the Greyhound station in downtown Eugene.

His whereabouts since then are unknown, although he may have been bound for Grants Pass, police said.

Murphy did not take his daily medications with him, police said.

Murphy is 5-foot-8, 150 pounds with blue and bleached blond hair. He may be wearing white pants and a blue jacket.

If you have any information, you are asked to contact Officer Tami Howell with the Cottage Grove Police Department at (541) 942-9145.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Alphonso Cotton - Updated news coverage 2014

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. (KOIN 6) — On December 9, 2013, stamp collector Alfonso Cotton left his condo in Lake Oswego to go make a sale to a stranger. He hasn’t been seen since.
His van was found at a Southeast Portland gas station and his wallet was found floating in the Willamette River.  Now, more than a year later, there are as many or more questions still out there.
Cotton, 50, was the father of two teens.
His wife, Lori Young, said she believes foul play was invovled, “because he would never just walk away from his kids. Never!”
Shortly after he was last seen, investigators found his van abandoned at a gas station on SE 98th and Divison in Portland. His wallet was found floating in the water near the Burnside Bridge.
Cotton’s family said someone used his ATM card the night he disappeared but it’s not clear if it was him.
“Mr. Cotton is still considered a missing person,” said Lake Oswego Police Sgt. Tom Hamann. “We are still investigating the case, and we’re not assuming anything.”
His sister, Urania Cotton, spoke with KOIN 6 News from her home in Los Angeles, where Alfonso grew up. She said he was close to his family, his mom and his neices and nephews.
She believes his stamp collection, worth thousands of dollars, may have been a factor in his disappearance. He had posted an online ad looking for a buyer.
“My mother told him if he sells, to don’t be by himself,” she said.
His wife doesn’t think the stamp collection is the key, but she is convinced somebody knows what happened.
“I am begging for anyone with any kind of knowledge, anything. I just want closure for my kids, so my kids can sleep at night,” Lori Young said. “Whatever that closure may be — who knows — but it will never end for my kids until there’s some kind of closure.”
The family is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to where Alfonso Cotton is.