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« Reply #80 on: June 02, 2013, 09:39:32 PM »

i ran across this blog, it puts everything IK, in a comprehensive read

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Acting at Random: A Study of Israel Keyes
Sunday, May 19, 2013
http://israelkeyes.blogspot.com/


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« Reply #81 on: June 04, 2013, 08:32:48 PM »

http://www.npr.org/2013/05/14/182899426/with-no-unified-database-many-murder-victims-remain-nameless
With No Unified Database, Many Murder Victims Remain Nameless
May 14, 2013
A serial killer who committed suicide in an Alaska jail last year confessed to murdering at least 11 people across the country. But Israel Keyes didn't name names, and investigators trying to figure out who he killed are running into a major stumbling block: There is no unified, mandatory national database for missing persons.

One of the few known victims was Anchorage resident Samantha Koenig. She was selling coffee at an espresso stand outside a gym when Keyes abducted and killed her. Her father, James, a burly man with icy blue eyes, holds back tears as he talks about the ordeal.
 
Even though the mystery of his own daughter's disappearance has been solved, Koenig has stayed involved with advocates for missing persons, trying to figure out who else Keyes killed.

Struggling To Piece Together Different Databases

In a dimly lit back office at the Anchorage Police Department, investigators are piecing together Keyes' travels on a map. They say he may have killed other people in places he traveled to over the past decade. And he traveled a lot: to Seattle, Los Angeles, Houston and Chicago, among other cities.

Anchorage police officer Jeff Bell says that because Keyes killed himself, they're trying to make this map of travels speak for him, but it's difficult because of the kinds of victims he picked.

"He claimed that he could look at someone and decide [that] some people just look like they would be more missed than others," Bell says.
Bell, who interrogated Keyes extensively, says Keyes preyed on people in remote locations, like in parks and along trails. With only a few exceptions, Keyes took the names of his victims to the grave. And Bell says using multiple existing missing persons databases run by many different parties — state, county and local officials as well as nonprofits — is inconsistent, confusing and overwhelming.
"I remember getting the list of missing people and it was depressing because there was a printed stack of papers that was at least 3 inches thick," Bell says.

Although Bell says it sometimes seems futile, he still rakes through evidence and combs through the killer's home computer, hoping to identify other victims.
 
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Bell isn't working the Keyes case alone. The FBI's lead agent, Jolene Goeden, wishes there were a better option, too. Using what they've learned from the Keyes case, Bell and Goeden say it's critical that there be a single, national database for missing adults that everybody uses.

"Unlike children, where you have the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, there is no such thing for adults," Goeden says.
But the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is federally mandated and has long-term government funding. The closest thing to that for adults is the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, or NamUs, which is funded by the Justice Department. But it's not required by Congress and doesn't have a long-term funding source.

Todd Matthews, director of communications for NamUs, helps run the database out of the University of North Texas. "A federal mandate would help to bring the compliance and force people to do what they need to do to get the cases into the system," he says. "You know, a one-stop shop."

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« Reply #82 on: August 13, 2013, 08:50:23 AM »

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/08/13/fbi-releases-updated-timeline-ak-serial-killer/

Alaska serial killer tied to at least 11 deaths, FBI says
Published August 13, 2013
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ANCHORAGE, Alaska –  The FBI on Monday released an updated timeline of travels and crimes by Israel Keyes, a confessed Alaska serial killer who is believed to have killed 11 people before committing suicide in his jail cell last year.

The timeline sheds some new light on a mysterious case that left a trail of unsolved killings around the country. FBI spokesman Eric Gonzalez said the goal of releasing the information is to identify victims who remain unknown, and provide some closure to their families.

"We've exhausted all our investigative leads," Gonzalez said.

The FBI documents said Keyes frequented prostitutes during his travels and killed an unidentified couple in Washington state sometime between July 2001 and 2005. Keyes also told investigators he committed two separate murders between 2005 and 2006, disposing of at least one of the bodies in Lake Crescent, near Port Angeles, Wash.

 

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« Reply #83 on: August 13, 2013, 08:55:28 AM »

FBI Timeline:

http://www.ktuu.com/fbi-timeline-of-israel-keyes-travels-20130812,0,5530441.story

The following is a timeline that articulates the information provided by Keyes and known to law enforcement about Keyes’ criminal activities. It also includes travel dates/locations investigators believe Keyes may have committed a homicide:

Summer 1997 or Summer 1998: Keyes stated he abducted a female in the late afternoon or early evening while she and friends were tubing on the Deschutes River. Keyes sexually assaulted the female. He let her go and sent her on her tube back down the river. The victim in this case was between 14 and 18 years old. Investigators do not believe this sexual assault was reported to law enforcement. Keyes was living in Maupin, Oregon at the time and the abduction location is believed to be near Maupin.

July 2001: Keyes was discharged from the U.S. Army.

July 2001 to October 2001: Keyes resided in Neah Bay, Washington and committed his first homicide. The identity and location of the victim are unknown.

July 2001 to 2005: Keyes stated he murdered an unidentified couple in Washington. Keyes refused to tell law enforcement if the couple was married or what their relationship to one another was. It is unknown if the victims were residents of Washington, tourists, or residents he abducted from a nearby state and transported to Washington. Keyes alluded to the fact these victims were buried in a location near a valley. Keyes may have moved the victim’s car to place distance between where the vehicle was found and where the crime occurred.

2005 to 2006 (summer/fall months): Keyes admitted that he committed two murders independent of one another. Keyes used his boat to dispose of the bodies of these victims. Keyes stated at least one of the bodies was disposed of in Crescent Lake in Washington where he used anchors to submerge the body. Keyes reported the body was submerged in more than 100 feet of water. Keyes may have moved the victim’s car to place distance between where the vehicle was found and where the crime occurred. The identity of these victims is unknown.

March 1, 2007 to March 9, 2007: Keyes drove from Neah Bay, Washington to Anchorage, Alaska where he resided until is his arrest. Keyes traveled the Alaska-Canadian Highway making known stops in Cache Creek, British Columbia; Watson Lake, Yukon Territory; Destruction Bay, Yukon Territory; and Teslin, Yukon Territory. Keyes crossed the border into Alaska on March 9, 2007.

October 31, 2008 to November 5, 2008: Keyes flew to Seattle following travel to multiple other states, including North Dakota and Arizona. On October 31st, Keyes rented a car (2008 PT Cruiser) in Seattle. On November 2, 2008, Keyes flew from Seattle to Boston. He returned to Seattle and flew back to Anchorage on November 5, 2008. Law enforcement believes Keyes may have engaged in criminal activity on this trip and is seeking any information about Keyes activities during this timeframe.

April 9, 2009: Keyes admitted to abducting a female victim from a state on the east coast and transported that person over multiple state lines into New York. The victim is buried in upstate New York. Investigators do not believe this victim is buried on the property Keyes owns in Constable, New York.

April 10, 2009: Keyes robbed Community Bank in Tupper Lake, New York. After the bank robbery Keyes stated he parked in a nearby campground outside of the area to wait for the emergency response vehicles to pass. He stated he sat in this campground for several hours.

July 9, 2010 to July 12, 2010: Keyes flew from Anchorage to Sacramento, California and traveled to Auburn, California. He rented a vehicle (black Ford Focus) and drove approximately 280 miles during the three days. Law enforcement believes Keyes may have engaged in criminal activity during this travel and is seeking any information about Keyes activities during this trip.

April/May 2011: Keyes staked out a park near Point Woronzof in Anchorage, Alaska. He admitted he intended to shoot a couple sitting in a car but his plans were disrupted by a police officer that pulled into the parking lot. Keyes turned his attention to the police officer and almost shot the officer. Keyes stated he chose not to shoot the officer or the couple when a second police officer drove into the parking lot.

May 2011: Keyes reported he staked out the North Fork Trailhead in Eagle River, Alaska with the intention of abducting someone. He prepared a cache a short distance up the road that contained Drano and a shovel which he intended to use to dispose of the body. Keyes denied taking a victim from this location.

June 8, 2011: Keyes flew from Anchorage to Chicago on June 2, 2011. He rented a car and drove to Essex, Vermont. On June 8, 2011, Keyes admitted to the abduction and murder of Bill and Lorraine Currier. Keyes disposed of a weapon stolen from the Currier home and the gun he used to shoot Bill Currier in Blakes River Falls Reservoir. These weapons and a nearby cache were recovered by the FBI. Following the murder, Keyes traveled around the east coast before driving back to Chicago. On June 15, 2011, Keyes flew from Chicago to San Francisco, only staying one night, returning to Anchorage on June 16, 2011.

February 1, 2012: Keyes admitted to the abduction and murder of Samantha Koenig in Anchorage, Alaska. He disposed of her body in Matanuska Lake near Palmer, Alaska.

February 2, 2012 to February 18, 2012: Keyes flew to New Orleans where he went on a cruise until February 11th. After the cruise, he drove from New Orleans to Texas. Although he denied it, investigators believe Keyes may be responsible for a homicide in Texas or a surrounding state during this time. In the morning hours of February 16, 2012, Keyes set a home on fire in Aledo, Texas. Following the arson, he robbed National Bank of Texas in Azle, Texas.

Additional Caches:

Keyes admitted to burying a cache of money and guns near Green River, Wyoming. Known dates of travel to the Wyoming area are September 2007, July 2008, and September 2011.
Keyes admitted to burying a cache near Port Angeles, WA. Date unknown.

Additional Homicides:

Keyes provided additional details regarding the abduction and murder of a female. The female is described as having pale skin, possibly having a wealthy grandmother, and driving an older car at the time of her abduction.

Keyes indicated he committed only one murder in addition to Samantha Koenig in which the body was recovered. In this homicide, Keyes reported doing something to the victim’s body or moving the body to a location where, if found, it would appear as though the victim died from an accident. In this situation, the body was recovered and authorities ruled the death accidental.

Keyes traveled internationally and it is unknown if he committed any homicides while outside of the United States. In addition to the specific dates below, it is important to note that while living in New York, Keyes was in close proximity to the border with Canada and may have crossed into Canada on multiple occasions. He reported several trips to Montreal in which he sought out prostitutes. In addition, on his way to Alaska in 2007, Keyes drove alone through Canada. Law enforcement is aware of the following dates of international travel:

04/20/2005 to 04/25/2005 British Columbia
10/3/2001 to 10/31/2005 Belize
03/01/2007 to 03/09/2007 Canada (drove to Alaska)
04/24/2007 to 05/04/2007 Mexico
12/11/2008 to 12/25/2008 Mexico

If you have information for law enforcement please contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.
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« Reply #84 on: August 13, 2013, 09:06:53 AM »

I really believe the number of lives taken by Israel Keyes is much larger than eleven.     Israel Keyes is dead now, but it's scary knowing there are others like him that walk among us. 
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« Reply #85 on: August 13, 2013, 01:43:39 PM »

I really believe the number of lives taken by Israel Keyes is much larger than eleven.     Israel Keyes is dead now, but it's scary knowing there are others like him that walk among us. 

me too,and he always changed the MO,just makes it tougher
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The FBI on Tuesday released a detailed interactive map of Keyes' travels dating back to 1997 in hopes that the information might spur tips.
 
Pins on the map show Keyes' location on specific dates
http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2013/august/new-information-released-in-serial-killer-case/keyes-timeline

Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes tied to 11 deaths; feds look overseas
By Matt Smith and Mayra Cuevas, CNN
updated 12:49 PM EDT, Tue August 13, 2013

 
In a statement issued Monday afternoon, the FBI office in Anchorage said agents have now added three more to that grim tally, based on his statements:
 
-- a pale-skinned woman in an older car, "possibly having a wealthy grandmother"
-- one in which the victim was posed to make it look like the death had been an accident
 
-- one "in Texas or a surrounding state" that he had denied committing before his death.
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« Reply #86 on: August 13, 2013, 09:12:49 PM »

http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/FBI-tracking-confessed-serial-killer-s-time-spent-4729185.php?cmpid=hpts
FBI tracking confessed serial killer's time spent in Houston
August 13, 2013

A suspected serial killer spent time in Houston and other Texas towns days before his arrest and his claim of a country-crossing killing spree, officials said.
 
In the days before his arrest on March 13 in Lufkin for using Koenig's ATM card, Keyes was in Houston, Humble, Shepherd, Dallas/Fort Worth and Glen Rose.

FBI officials said his travels in the area began Feb. 12, when he rented a blue Kia Soul from a rental agency in Houston. Rental records show he logged 2,847 miles on the car. He used ATMs at banks in Shepherd and Humble and they believe his rental car got stuck in the mud in a rural area near Cleburne. They said he spent a lot of his time in Texas in the Dallas area, where he had relatives. In Glen Rose, he visited a cemetery. He set a house on fire in Aledo and robbed bank in Azel.

When he was arrested, he had the phone numbers of three Houston prostitutes on him.

Officials said Keyes was 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighed 190 pounds. Anyone who saw him or had contact with him is urged to call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

People can see additional information and photographs about the case as well as Keyes' recorded confessions at http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2013/august/new-information-released-in-serial-killer-case.

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« Reply #87 on: August 18, 2013, 09:58:30 AM »

http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/08/17/5088460/new-timeline-details-alaska-serial.html
New timeline details Alaska serial killer’s crimes in North Texas
August 17, 2013

 

The FBI did not specifically say what drew Keyes to Texas, but he has relatives who spent time in East Texas and he was stationed for a time at Fort Hood near Killeen while in the Army.

At least one local sheriff hasn’t ruled him out in a double killing, even though the crime doesn’t track with the FBI’s timeline.

The bodies of Duane Arland Benson and his wife, Breanda Scheets Benson, were discovered in their rural home near Godley on Feb. 1, 2012 — the same day Keyes kidnapped Koenig in Alaska. They had been shot.

The medical examiner, however, believes that the couple had been dead for several days before they were found.


Godley is about 12 miles northwest of Cleburne. Keyes was in the Cleburne area between Feb. 12 and 16, according to the FBI. His rental car, a 2011 Kia Soul, got stuck in the mud near Nolan River Mall.

He is also believed to have visited Post Oak Cemetery in Glen Rose, southwest of Cleburne.

Despite lacking evidence that Keyes was in Texas when the Bensons were killed, Johnson County Sheriff Bob Alford said investigators haven’t ruled out his involvement.


“We’re very familiar with him,” Alford said. “He is a person of interest to us. Whoever did this knew what they were doing. They surprised them.”

After killing Koenig, Keyes flew to Houston on Feb. 2. He rented the Kia from Thrifty, stayed in Lafayette, La., for three nights and New Orleans for one, and embarked on a Carnival cruise from Feb. 6 to 11. Then, he returned to Texas.

The fire near Aledo was set on Feb. 16, 2012.


Keyes told investigators that he was on an adrenaline rush after killing Koenig, fueled party by reading news reports while in Texas. Setting the fire at 201 E. Terrace Court was spontaneous, he said. The idea occurred to him as he was rummaging through the house.

“It’s not so much why I did it. It’s just more like, ‘Why not?’” he told investigators during an April 17, 2012, interview with the FBI. Audio recordings of the session were posted by the Alaska Dispatch.

In the same session, Keyes said he contemplated killing someone else in Texas but decided not to, partly because he saw so many law officers on his travels.

“I was going to grab someone from an ATM and take them to the house, but there are a lot of cops in Texas, so I guess I chickened out a little bit,” Keyes said.

Keyes claimed to have watched the fire burn from a hillside next to a church, but Padgett, the fire investigator, said he doubts that happened.

“I don’t know where he would have watched it from a distance,” he said. “We had people all over the place responding to that fire.”

Victims chosen at random

Later that day, about 16 miles north of Aledo, Keyes robbed the First National Bank of Texas in Azle.

Azle investigators know that he first staked out the bank: A property owner had chased him away from a nearby parking lot.

Keyes was calm and willing to back up his threats if the bank employees didn’t cooperate, said Azle police Sgt. K.D. Rogers, who watched surveillance video of the robbery.

“You can see his finger on the trigger,” Rogers said. “You normally don’t see that in bank robberies. It was pretty clear what his intentions were if someone didn’t do what he wanted them to do. He wasn’t going to leave until he got all of the money from the tellers.”


The next time Keyes’ movements were tracked was Feb. 24, when he took a photograph of Koenig’s body back in Alaska with a 4-day-old issue of the Anchorage Daily News , making it appear that the young barista was still alive so he could seek a ransom.
 
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« Reply #88 on: August 26, 2013, 02:24:39 PM »

http://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/22598/20130826/israel-keyes-video-shows-cunning-remorseless-killer



Aug 26, 2013 — This month, the FBI made public more information about the serial killer Israel Keyes, whose murder spree included time in the North Country and Vermont. Authorities believe that Keyes' murder spree continued for more than a decade and left as many as 11 people dead before he was captured in March of 2012


For the first time, the FBI has released hours of video tape from their interviews with Keyes. The video offers a terrifying portrait of a killer who felt no remorse, who at times seemed to be taunting investigators.

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http://www.wfaa.com/news/crime/Did-suspected-serial-killer-murder-more-Texans-before-committing-suicide-in-jail--221111991.html

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•What was serial killer doing while in North Texas?

Before he committed suicide in his jail cell last year, confessed serial killer Israel Keyes confirmed some of his crimes in police interviews.

FBI agent Jeff Bell described Keyes as a "strange, calculated guy [who] in the beginning enjoyed talking about the crimes he committed."

 
Authorities said the unsolved cases include women near Cleburne, Glen Rose, and Lufkin — all places where Keyes was known to have been.

"Anybody who saw him anywhere in Texas, we'd be interested in talking with them," Bell said.

Driving a blue 2012 Kia Soul, Keyes traveled through the Lone Star State in early 2012, according to to federal agents. In fact, they believe Keyes was in North Texas in mid-February last year when, Bell said, the killer went off the grid.

 
He told us in interviews he made his cell phone go dead... took the battery out so he couldn't be tracked when he was out being bad," the FBI agent explained.

Around that time, investigators suspect Keyes was responsible for a house fire in Aledo and a bank robbery in Azle. Johnson County detectives are looking into the possibility he may have committed a murder there.

 
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« Reply #92 on: September 14, 2013, 08:57:02 AM »

I JUST thought of a case when I was looking at another thread. This was from a guy years ago he went missing...everyone said he would never leave...police say he had card activity in Texas I believe...oh I wish I could recall the name. I believe this guy was from the eastern northern area. Young...between 18 and 22. I know that is not a lot of information.
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« Reply #93 on: September 14, 2013, 11:26:30 AM »

I JUST thought of a case when I was looking at another thread. This was from a guy years ago he went missing...everyone said he would never leave...police say he had card activity in Texas I believe...oh I wish I could recall the name. I believe this guy was from the eastern northern area. Young...between 18 and 22. I know that is not a lot of information.

Wish I could help with a name labubske.  I tell you it still freaks me out that he robered the local bank by me.
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« Reply #94 on: September 14, 2013, 12:12:22 PM »

I JUST thought of a case when I was looking at another thread. This was from a guy years ago he went missing...everyone said he would never leave...police say he had card activity in Texas I believe...oh I wish I could recall the name. I believe this guy was from the eastern northern area. Young...between 18 and 22. I know that is not a lot of information.

Wish I could help with a name labubske.  I tell you it still freaks me out that he robered the local bank by me.

It's okay. Maybe I will think of his name. It seems like his name began with a J. He went missing after Lindsay Baum. I looked back at my old posts here but I didn't see anything, so I believe I researched it over at True Crimes forum when it was opened. The guy had a kid I believe. He had his vehicle and just went missing. Then police found activity from his card in another state and family said there is no way that he would just leave...I want to say that state is Texas. But he came from the North or Northeast. Oh, how I wish I could remember. How scary that he was so close to you. I could not imagine...that evilness so close to me.
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« Reply #95 on: September 14, 2013, 01:59:02 PM »

I JUST thought of a case when I was looking at another thread. This was from a guy years ago he went missing...everyone said he would never leave...police say he had card activity in Texas I believe...oh I wish I could recall the name. I believe this guy was from the eastern northern area. Young...between 18 and 22. I know that is not a lot of information.

Wish I could help with a name labubske.  I tell you it still freaks me out that he robered the local bank by me.

It's okay. Maybe I will think of his name. It seems like his name began with a J. He went missing after Lindsay Baum. I looked back at my old posts here but I didn't see anything, so I believe I researched it over at True Crimes forum when it was opened. The guy had a kid I believe. He had his vehicle and just went missing. Then police found activity from his card in another state and family said there is no way that he would just leave...I want to say that state is Texas. But he came from the North or Northeast. Oh, how I wish I could remember. How scary that he was so close to you. I could not imagine...that evilness so close to me.
Perhaps Muffy or Texasmom will recall, they are both great with Texas happenings.
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« Reply #96 on: September 15, 2013, 01:23:41 AM »

I JUST thought of a case when I was looking at another thread. This was from a guy years ago he went missing...everyone said he would never leave...police say he had card activity in Texas I believe...oh I wish I could recall the name. I believe this guy was from the eastern northern area. Young...between 18 and 22. I know that is not a lot of information.

Wish I could help with a name labubske.  I tell you it still freaks me out that he robered the local bank by me.

It's okay. Maybe I will think of his name. It seems like his name began with a J. He went missing after Lindsay Baum. I looked back at my old posts here but I didn't see anything, so I believe I researched it over at True Crimes forum when it was opened. The guy had a kid I believe. He had his vehicle and just went missing. Then police found activity from his card in another state and family said there is no way that he would just leave...I want to say that state is Texas. But he came from the North or Northeast. Oh, how I wish I could remember. How scary that he was so close to you. I could not imagine...that evilness so close to me.
Perhaps Muffy or Texasmom will recall, they are both great with Texas happenings.
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« Reply #97 on: September 15, 2013, 08:08:05 AM »

I JUST thought of a case when I was looking at another thread. This was from a guy years ago he went missing...everyone said he would never leave...police say he had card activity in Texas I believe...oh I wish I could recall the name. I believe this guy was from the eastern northern area. Young...between 18 and 22. I know that is not a lot of information.


Could you be thinking of Jacob Cabinaw

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=7548.0
Jacob Cabinaw 31, missing March 31, 2010, Traverse City, Michigan
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« Reply #98 on: September 15, 2013, 08:21:30 AM »

I JUST thought of a case when I was looking at another thread. This was from a guy years ago he went missing...everyone said he would never leave...police say he had card activity in Texas I believe...oh I wish I could recall the name. I believe this guy was from the eastern northern area. Young...between 18 and 22. I know that is not a lot of information.


Could you be thinking of Jacob Cabinaw

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=7548.0
Jacob Cabinaw 31, missing March 31, 2010, Traverse City, Michigan



I've snipped the portion about Jacob's credit card use, but if you read the entire article it gives some of the background of his case.  The article is a couple of years old.

 There's a FB link for Jacob  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Find-Jacob-Cabinaw/116772778338560
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http://www.northernexpress.com/michigan/article-5522-the-strange-case-of-jacob-cabinaw-3_21_11.html
THE STRANGE CASE OF JACOB CABINAW 3/21/11
Rick Coates - March 21st, 2011

 
LAST DAY IN TOWN
Here is what is known about Cabinaw’s last day in the region. After
finishing work at Dave’s Garage in Traverse City, Cabinaw joined some
friends at Hickory Hills to play frisbee golf (he was an avid player).
After they finished he was invited by his friend and playing partner Gary
Wittig to go to a party. Cabinaw declined, saying he had homework to
complete. Around 7:30 p.m. he dropped Wittig off at the lighthouse pole
across from the beach volleyball courts in Traverse City. 
After that it is all a mystery. Cabinaw’s bank card was used around 9 p.m.
for a $5 purchase in Buckley. The clerk doesn’t remember him.
At 2 a.m., Cabinaw is on video at a Kalamazoo gas station using his bank
card but at 1 a.m. he made his monthly call to the military to notify them
that he was still in school. That call pinged off a tower in Oklahoma.
Cabinaw’s bank card was used next at a gas station in Fort Worth, Texas
the next day for $30. A few hours later, his card was used again for $30
at a gas station in Sweetwater, Texas where the video did not show who
made the purchase. That was the last time his card was used, and after a 1
a.m. phone call his phone was not used again.

 
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« Reply #99 on: September 15, 2013, 08:23:39 AM »

I made a post in Jacob Cabinaw's  missing person's thread to bump it up.

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