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Author Topic: JENNIFER KESSE, 24, 1/24/06, ORLANDO, FL #1 9/16/06 -  (Read 125606 times)
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« on: September 14, 2006, 11:58:57 AM »

http://www.jenniferkesse.com/

Saturday, September 16, 2006, there are a couple of events we would like to make you aware of that will further the awareness of Jennifer's abduction and we hope to see you at the events, they are for the Orlando community really and we have been lucky enough to be asked to be a part of them. They are as follows;

Florida Metropolitan University Presents the 2nd annual Children's Safety Day

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer has proclaimed September 16, 2006 the second annual "Children's Safety Day" in honor of Florida Metropolitan University's community wide family event with key speakers Drew and Joyce Kesse. Children's Safety Day is a fun-filled family oriented day of events and activities revolving around child safety. From seat belt safety and fire safety to self-defense and abduction prevention, the goal of this amazing event is to educate parents and their children on important safety techniques and procedures that may one day save their lives. The atmosphere will be festive with performances by the Powerzone Kids, fire trucks, exploration vehicles, face painters, bounce house, games, mini-fire truck ride and more! All FREE for the public to enjoy!

At Children's Safety Day, F.M.U. will also offer families the opportunity to participate in self-defense classes and Escape School. "Each year, nearly 5,000 children in the U.S. are abducted. Almost 400 of these children will never be seen alive again" (East Orlando Sun, April 20-26 edition). Escape School will teach our community's children important escape techniques and give them valuable tools that will help them avoid being abducted. Through fun interactive demonstrations, Escape School instructors will teach children how to differentiate between good and bad strangers, how to escape from a car, how to find help when they need it, how to get away right away and so much more. Parents will learn the techniques with their children so they can continue to reinforce what they have learned together and they will be educated on the important steps to take if their child has been abducted. Families will leave with child identification cards, DNA kits and fingerprinting kits.

In addition, children can interact with our community's heroes that keep us safe everyday including firefighters, our furry heroes like the k-9 unit and mounted patrol, police officers, paramedics and so much more! Children's Safety Day will be held from 11am until 3pm with rotating Escape School classes at 12pm and 2pm at the F.M.U. South Campus off of John Young Parkway in Orlando. It promises to be an extraordinary event that pairs fun with learning, coupled with families gaining valuable information that can potentially save their lives.

Florida Metropolitan University understands that education is the key to positive progress and hopes to empower families by educating them on proactive prevention tools! Special thanks to participating agencies including the Orange County Police & Fire Departments, Flagler, Eyes of America, the Powerzone Kids, Escape School, the American Red Cross, Amerigroup, A Builders Dream, Lowes Home Improvement, Power 95.3, FDLE, Homeland Security Division, One Day Masterpiece, Safe Kids, Child Rescue Network and Arnold Palmer Hospital for Women and Children. For more information regarding Children's Safety Day, please contact Florida Metropolitan University at 407/851-2525 x 198.

Additionally we have been asked and will participate in the following event at Macy's at The Mall at Millenia on Conroy Rd. Orlando.

Macy's National Charity Day
Shop for a Cause
Saturday, September 16, 2006

The event is a fund raising event for local charities and it will give us the opportunity to again pass out Reward flyers for Jennifer. Although we will not actively pursue fund raising for Jennifer at this event (we see it more for AWARENESS of Jennifer's Abduction) shoppers will be able to buy for a $5 donation to "Find Jennifer Kesse Trust" a coupon which will afford a 20% discount all day on most items in the store, even sale items and 10% on others. ALL funds collected will go to Jennifer's trust or to the charity you purchase your discount coupon
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2006, 01:48:48 PM »

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welcome back ,,, good to hear from you.
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« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2006, 03:41:24 PM »

Kesses Hand Out Cards With Missing Daughter's Picture


ORLANDO, Fla. -- Jennifer Kesse vanished more than eight months ago.

The 24-year-old hasn't been seen since, but her car was found two days later about one mile from her Orlando condo.

Her parents have been tireless in their efforts to find her

In the months since she has disappeared, they have put pictures of their daughter and information about her disappearance on calling cards and on matchbooks, WESH 2 News reported.

Drew and Joyce Kesse said they want to get information about their daughter out to the public. Now they are putting the information on the back of playing cards, which they'll send them to jails.

"We feel that it's one more opportunity to make a percentage of the population aware, and that percentage of the population will be people in jail," Drew Kesse said[/b]. "Obviously, they are criminals if they're in jail, and I think at this point, we're looking for a criminal."

http://www.wesh.com/news/9991792/detail.html
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« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2006, 12:18:28 PM »

Search For Jennifer Kesse Hits 9-Month Mark

"We know that someone somewhere knows what has happened to her, and it will take only one person to step forward with the proper information for Jennifer's journey in hell to end,"

http://www.wesh.com/news/10145745/detail.html
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« Reply #4 on: October 25, 2006, 10:59:58 PM »

Jennifer Kesse Missing for Nine Months … The Search Continues

http://missingexploited.com/2006/10/25/jennifer-kesse-missing-for-nine-months-the-search-continues/

“We need to find Jennifer,” Drew Kesse said. “We are willing to do anything.”

Having spoke to Drew Kesse in the past, I believe this. He is a determined man that will never stop searching for his missing daughter. As Drew Kesse said, We are not going away”. If it is any consolation to the Kesse’s, neither are we.

Drew Kesse will be interviewed by Dana Pretzer on the Scared Monkeys Radio network on Sunday, October 29 at 9:00 pm EDT.

http://www.scaredmonkeys.com/radio/

The Kesse’s are holding out hope as are we.

“Miracles happen, and who’s to say that Jennifer’s not going to get a miracle?” Joyce Kesse said.
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« Reply #5 on: December 26, 2006, 10:52:37 AM »

From http://findjenniferkesse.com

We would like to ask all of you who read this message to reach out this Holiday season as well as all year long to commit RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS. Having done this ourselves here and there over the course of our lives it will amaze you how it can change not only yourselves but the people who you help.  It usually is a totally spur of the moment gesture to a person you see who needs help in some way at a particularly difficult time in their life.  As we are experiencing, it will come back to you ten fold and most likely when you need it the most. You can make a difference!


Lastly, please continue to visit this website and pass it on to all the people you know and ask them to read about Jennifer, how they can help and pass on the website address to all they know too.  


My prayers go out to the Kesse family and all those who are searching for a loved one or mourning a loss.
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« Reply #6 on: December 27, 2006, 10:31:46 PM »

Jennifer Kesse lived at what is now known as the Mosaic at Millenia in Orlando, Florida Building 22 unit 2226.  Jennifer never arrived to work on January 24, 2006.  Police now believe Jennifer woke up, took a shower and was preparing to go to work, what happened at that point is unknown.  

2 days later her car was found 1.2 miles down the road at the Huntington on the Green Condominiums.  3 frames of a security camera have been released to the public in hopes of identifying a 'person of interest'.  It has been speculated that the person of interest is likely the person who drove Jennifer's vehicle to this location and was later seen leaving on foot.  

Police have now stated a person other than Jennifer drove her car last.  The scent of the unknown driver was tracked back to Jennifer's building and stopped near her residence.  

Jennifer had recently purchased this condo in November of 2005.  She had recently returned from a vacation with her boyfriend Rob Allen the previous weekend.  She made it to work the following Monday, spoke with family and friends Monday night and essentially vanished sometime after 10pm.  

Her family and friends remain optimistic!  Please pray for Jennifer's safe return and help spread the word.  If anyone is actively pursuing this case or has any relevant information please email me at tdbweb2003@yahoo.com.  

More details at; www.jenniferkesse.com
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« Reply #7 on: January 23, 2007, 06:43:17 PM »

Jennifer Kesse last seen one year ago

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Dave BalutOrlando, Florida - It was one year ago that a young woman who grew up in the Bay area was last seen in Orlando.

Drew and Joyce Kesse from Bradenton are back in Orlando for the first anniversary of their daughter’s disappearance.

Jennifer Kesse, then 24-years-old, was reported missing when she didn’t show up for work January 24th 2006.

Her car was found two days later in a parking lot near her home. A person of interest seen near Kesse’s car has never been identified.

Drew Kesse, Jennifer’s Father:

It rips me apart as a father to know that every night when that sun goes down, y’know somebody has her out there or, she’s passed from us. Someone did what they needed to do and got rid of her. It’s very difficult but I would never thought we’d be here a year, no.”
Kesse's parents say Jennifer's purse, credit cards and cell phone have never been found.

They'll hold a prayer vigil at 5:00 Wednesday afternoon at the First Baptist Church on John Young Parkway in Orlando.

Orlando police say Jennifer Kesse's disappearance is an on-going and active investigation


http://www.tampabays10.com/news/local/article.aspx?storyid=47923
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« Reply #8 on: January 24, 2007, 12:03:55 PM »

Festa

So nice to see you.

 It is hard to believe its been a year already since she dissappeared.  I do wish they would find her.  It is heartbreaking to see what these parents go through over missing family members.  

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« Reply #9 on: January 25, 2007, 12:43:20 AM »

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So nice to see you.

 It is hard to believe its been a year already since she dissappeared.  I do wish they would find her.  It is heartbreaking to see what these parents go through over missing family members.  

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I agree, it is hard to beleive a year has passed, and disheartening as well. Another family that needs prayers, and closure. They are all in my prayers.
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« Reply #10 on: May 17, 2007, 02:32:09 PM »

News conference scheduled today in Jennifer Kesse case



Orlando Police Chief Michael McCoy will hold a press conference this afternoon, to release new information in Jennifer Kesse's disappearance.

Police are being tight-lipped about what will be released at 3 p.m, but are hoping to generate more tips in the case of the who disappeared 16 months ago next week. Her 26th birthday is Sunday.

Kesse's father, Drew, also will attend the press conference. Her family has pledged to continue their search, still passing out fliers of showing Kesse's smiling face.

Kesse disappeared from the Mosaic at Millenia, an upscale gated condo complex on Americana Boulevard on Jan. 24, 2006.

No credible leads have been reported in the case.


Wow, I have been thinking about her the last few days, in particular, last night it was gnawing at me that there is NOTHING, no one has any idea, leads, suspects, suspicions, no talk of depression, suicide, etc.  And I look and see this.   Really hope this is something....  Since there is very little info I have always been curious regarding the boyfriend - only because they just went away on vaca and she disappeared the next day - Still, no one has said anything about him or that possibility AND he lives hours away from her, and I would assume the police have confirmed his where abouts - Still not even sure WHEN she disappeared - Apparently she left for work that morning, but do we really know that - OTHER possibility, construction being done in her condo complex, which she expressed to her father made her uncomfortable (workers) so one of them possible - maybe more likely than bf.
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« Reply #11 on: May 17, 2007, 02:35:46 PM »

New Surveillance Video Released In Jennifer Kesse Case


ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Orlando Police Department is preparing to release new information in the case of Jennifer Kesse. The young woman has been missing for almost a year and a half now.

Jennifer was last seen the evening of January 23, 2006, heading home to her condo near the Millenia Mall. Her black Chevy Malibu was found two days later, abandoned in condo complex parking lot about a mile away.

So far, there has been no sign of the "person of interest" seen walking in the area when the car was ditched.

The new information includes a video tape showing the person of interest actually driving and parking Kesse's car.

A press conference on Thursday afternoon is expected to include more information. Check back with WFTV.com for the details.



At this link you can access pic of POI.

http://www.wftv.com/news/13338923/detail.html


Over a year later they "find" this video - what the Hell - what took so long to find this?
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« Reply #13 on: May 17, 2007, 08:29:27 PM »

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« Reply #14 on: May 18, 2007, 08:17:23 AM »

Reward is $1M in missing woman case

     Jennifer Kesse. She was 24 when she was reported missing on Jan. 24, 2006. WKMG Local 6 image.

ORLANDO, Fla. -- A man videotaped parking a car belonging to missing Jennifer Kesse at an Orlando apartment complex was called a suspect by police Thursday during a press conference announcing the release of new surveillance video in the case.

The new video shows someone pulling Kesse’s car into a parking spot at the Huntington On The Green apartments on Jan. 24 and then walking away.

Also, it was announced that a $1 million dollar reward was being offered in the case, FLORIDA TODAY news partner WKMG Local 6 News reported.

Orlando Police Chief Michael McCoy said the video is not high quality but it can possibly lead to new clues in the case.

"It is now time that the value of that video will support and give opportunity to those with information," and we are absolutely positive that someone has the information we need to bring this young lady home,” McCoy said.

It was not reported why the video was not released with earlier tapes after Kesse was reported missing.

Kesse's father, Drew, and her mother attended Thursday’s press conference.

“We think this is a fabulous time to do it but a little bit over,” Drew Kesse said during the conference. “But that is the way things go in these types of investigations.”

Kesse said Sunday, May 20, is Jennifer’s birthday.

“Over the last 15-plus months, we do run into people from time to time who think that Jennifer just had a fight with her boyfriend, has a drug problem (or) is a 'runaway bride-type' who had a meltdown and she just doesn’t want to be with her family anymore. Nothing can be further from the truth.”

Kesse said he hopes the video wakes someone up who "has been on the edge."

Jennifer Kesse, who was 24 when she was reported missing, vanished from the Mosaic at Millenia condominiums near the Mall at Millenia on Jan. 24, 2006.

Her vehicle was found several days later at the nearby Huntington On The Green apartments located near Americana Boulevard and Texas Avenue.

http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070518/BREAKINGNEWS/70518001/1086
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« Reply #15 on: May 18, 2007, 10:55:23 AM »

http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/news_local_orlandocrime/2007/05/the_new_video_i.html

This is the link to the new Jennifer Kesse surveillance video - I can't see a thing and quite frankly am having a hard time justifying why the police couldn't have released this over a year ago - it's not very good and unfortunately I feel like they are just scraping at things to appease her distraught parents at this time - It is amazing there is not one lead, a suspicion, thoughts, ideas, etc....she's just gone - the only thing is her father said that Jennifer was leery of some of the workers around her condo complex - I said this a year ago, I hope they questioned them and ran background checks - It's a terrible thing to say but this seems as though it has hit a wall and her poor family isn't going to have answers until someday by chance they find her or some significant evidence OR someone who knows something finally talks -  parent's worse nightmare -
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« Reply #16 on: May 18, 2007, 01:17:41 PM »

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,273616,00.html

the above link is to the transcript from last night's CNN's On The Record with Greta Van Susteren in which she speaks with Sgt. Barbara Jones from the Orlando Police Dept.  Still not quite sure why they waited so long to release this video - but got my answer to the boyfriend question - he apparently was many miles away from her the night she disappeared - still think it is awfully odd that she disappeared the day after returning from vacation, but parents do not recognize person on video (so its not him or anyone else they know) and no one else has come forward to say they know this person, although the picture and video is hard to actually see the person's face - Either that person wiped that car clean, which inside and on handle before leaving it OR they have prints, and if they do have prints obviously they don't match any databases, but tend to think they don't - car has subsequently be sold -

One other thing to remember, her brother stayed at her condo while she was gone, I don't remember for how long, but believe he brought others with him -
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« Reply #17 on: August 08, 2007, 06:09:32 PM »

Photo of Missing Florida Woman Turns Up on Dating Web Sites for Seniors, Lesbians

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,292615,00.html
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« Reply #18 on: August 08, 2007, 06:35:46 PM »

Photo of Missing Florida Woman Turns Up on Dating Web Sites for Seniors, Lesbians

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,292615,00.html

That is some sick chit and it sounds just like something some of those people at "other" sites would do.  I hope it is one of them and the cops come knocking on their door!  Mad
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« Reply #19 on: August 08, 2007, 07:08:39 PM »

Photo of Missing Florida Woman Turns Up on Dating Web Sites for Seniors, Lesbians

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,292615,00.html

That is some sick chit and it sounds just like something some of those people at "other" sites would do.  I hope it is one of them and the cops come knocking on their door!  Mad


OMG this is the sickest. ITA EASY!!! That poor girls family Sad...this sickens me.
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