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« Reply #500 on: July 09, 2014, 11:53:22 AM »

 
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Washington has been looking at Jennifer Kesse here not too long ago I noticed.



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« Reply #501 on: January 23, 2016, 02:52:18 AM »

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/01/22/family-pleads-for-help-10-years-after-disappearance-jennifer-kesse.html

Family pleads for help 10 years after disappearance of Jennifer Kesse


Published January 22, 2016·
Ten years after an Orlando woman disappeared without a trace in a case that has stumped investigators, police and the family of Jennifer Kesse are pleading with the public for information to help them solve the investigation.
 

"We will not stop or let up on our efforts to locate Jen and bring her home,” the woman's father, Drew Kesse, told Fox News on Friday.

“It has been a very long road and quite challenging at times but our hope is still strong and our strength is too until we can end Jennifer's personal hell," Kesse said.

The Orlando Police Department was expected to hold a press conference with the family Friday in the hopes someone will come forward with information.
 

"The cruel hard reality is not one thing has changed in her case,” Drew Kesse said. “Jennifer remains just as missing today as she was 10 years ago."

"Not one fact has come to light which could end Jennifer’s hell. Not one solid lead has been given nor generated by authorities. How can that be?" he said of his daughter, a 2003 graduate of the University of Central Florida in Orlando and an Alpha Delta Pi sorority member described by family as driven and outgoing.
 
The Kesse case was featured in a 2014 episode of Fox News Channel’s “Greta Investigates,” a crime anthology series hosted by Greta Van Susteren.

“If you have any information about Jennifer,” her father said, “however trivial you may think it may be, make the call."

"No names, no ID, just tips and rewards. Call the FBI, a lawyer or your clergy. Be the person who makes the difference. This haunts us every minute of every day.”

Anyone with information on Jennifer Kesse is urged to call the Orlando Police Department at 407-246-3982 or Crimeline of Central Florida at 1-800-423-8477.
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« Reply #502 on: January 23, 2016, 07:34:28 AM »

Thanks Nut!  

Still hoping and praying for answers for Jennifer and her family, so heartbreaking that it has been this long!  

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Chances are if you’ve lived in Orlando for any length of time, you’ve seen her picture on billboards. The beautiful girl with sandy brown hair and a friendly smile, Jennifer Kesse, who's now been missing for 10 years. Orlando Police held a news conference Friday morning along with Kesse’s family. “Jennifer needs you and Jennifer needs the public more than any time before, because we know more than 1 person knows what happened to Jennifer 10 years ago,” said Drew, Jennifer’s dad.

Drew and Joyce Kesse says it’s hard to believe that January 24th will mark a decade since his daughter Jennifer disappeared.

“Someone saw something. It’s just so past time to have closure,” said Joyce Kesse, Jennifer's mom.

Jennifer was 24 years old and living at the Mosiac at Millenia condos. Police say she had gotten ready for work that morning, but never made to her office and hasn’t been seen or heard from since. Jennifer’s car was found 2 days later at Huntington On The Green Apartments not far from where she lived. Police say there is just a 3-4 hour window that they don’t know where the car was.

That was the time between when it disappeared from the parking lot at Jennifer’s apartment and when it’s on surveillance being ditched at the Huntington On The Green Apartments. Detective Sprague says a few seconds of surveillance video is one of the few clues they have. “Identifying the person of interest caught on surveillance tape walking away from Jennifer’s car on the day we believe she disappeared is paramount in solving this case,” said Detective Sprague.

Joyce Kesse wonders if asking people who lived in Huntington On The Green Apartments at that time talk to their children, to see if perhaps they saw something that day might make sense now that they’re older. “What might an impressionable child at that young age have seen? Or heard? Through playing out in the streets if you will, that became buried?” Joyce Kesse said.

Over the past decade, police say they’ve gotten more than a thousand tips. Detectives are still tracking down new tips and now they’re having evidence re-examined. We’re concentrating on Jennifer’s vehicle. We think the answers probably lie there. Some of the things they’ve tested and I’ve been successful, with we want to re-submit to them based on evolving technology,” said Detective Sprague.

Jennifer would be 34 now. last year police released an “age progression” picture. Drew Kesse admits that there’s a slim chance Jennifer is alive, and he’s come to accept that. “If someone knows what happened to Jennifer and it’s not for the good, it’s okay.  Tell us, we just need to know,” said Drew Kesse. One small piece of information be the key to this decade old mystery. “It could turn on a dime tomorrow. It could turn on a dime this afternoon. And, that’s what our greatest hope is. That’s what we live for every day and strive for ever day….to be the best advocates for Jennifer,” said Drew Kesse.

If you have information on Jennifer Kesse’s disappearance, call CRIMELINE 1-800-423-TIPS.
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« Reply #503 on: January 23, 2016, 08:08:28 AM »

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« Reply #504 on: June 22, 2016, 05:12:57 PM »

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« Reply #505 on: June 26, 2016, 10:48:14 AM »


praying for these folks to find some answers for this family.

thank you for posting texasmom.
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« Reply #506 on: January 24, 2017, 09:09:50 PM »

Eleven years without answers or justice.   

Keeping her family in my thoughts and prayers.

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« Reply #507 on: January 24, 2017, 09:31:04 PM »

http://www.wesh.com/article/tuesday-marks-11-years-since-disappearance-of-jennifer-kesse/8634309

Tuesday marks 11 years since disappearance of Jennifer Kesse

Updated: 11:44 AM EST Jan 24, 2017

ORLANDO, Fla. —

It’s been 11 years since Jennifer Kesse disappeared and Orlando police say they are not giving up on the case.

Jennifer Kesse left her Conroy Road apartment in January 2006 and hasn't been heard from since. She was only 24 years old when she disappeared.

After a myriad searches and countless tips, investigators do not know what happened to Kesse. They, and her family, are still searching for answers.

The Orlando Police Department tweeted a missing poster of Kesse Tuesday, and said "homicide detectives continue to investigate and will not give up."

Anyone who may know something about this case should contact Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS.
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The Dana Pretzer Show – Thursday, May 11, 2017 – Please Join Dana Pretzer Tonight at 9 PM ET with Blink, Christina Stoy, Editor In Chief of Blinkoncrime.com and President, Stoy Wigmore Associates.

Tonight’s Guest:

Blink, Christina Stoy, Editor In Chief of Blinkoncrime.com and President, Stoy Wigmore Associates will be discussing the case of missing persons, Jennifer Kesse. Jennifer went missing on January 24, 2006 at the age of  24 in Orlando, Florida. Join Dana and Christina Stoy in discussing this missing persons case that has sadly gone on far too long.
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« Reply #509 on: May 20, 2017, 06:36:15 PM »

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Happy Birthday Jennifer, I'm at a loss for words, this is the 12th year celebrating you...without you. May 20th it's your 36th birthday. We miss you more and more with each passing day. Jennifer, know this - We Will Not Stop Trying To Find You! AWARENESS is KEY!! We love you, Mom & Dad xoxoxoxoxo


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I just tried to listen, the podcast would play up until 9:49 and then it just stops...tried again, same thing.   
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« Reply #511 on: July 13, 2017, 06:56:20 PM »

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/07/13/podcast-unconcluded-jennifer-kesse-investigation-abducted/103664002/

'Unconcluded' podcast finding new clues and reviving 11-year-old abduction case
Rick Jervis , USA TODAY Published 5:50 p.m. ET July 13, 2017 | Updated 6:36 p.m. ET July 13, 2017

ORLANDO – The disappearance of 24-year-old Jennifer Kesse has vexed investigators, friends and family members since she vanished from her Orlando condo more than 11 years ago.

The case so intrigued Shaun Gurd, a Tampa-area elementary teacher who heard about it from his wife, that he recently decided to start a podcast, along with friend Scott Jamison, looking into the details of the disappearance.

When it launched earlier this year, the podcast, Unconcluded, drew around 15,000 downloads. Today, it’s garnering more than 300,000 a month – and growing – and has led to a half-dozen credible leads.

“When you see your podcast passing Katie Couric’s, it’s pretty interesting,” Gurd, 35, said. “People who didn’t know about Jennifer Kesse two months ago do now. That’s been a success in our book.”

Unconcluded is the latest in a series of true-crime podcasts that have exploded onto the podcast scene, drawing millions of listeners and spawning parallel investigations into often decades-old criminal cases.

 

Drew Kesse, Kesse’s father, said he didn’t expect much when he heard Gurd was launching a podcast about his daughter’s disappearance. Since that day in 2006, he has been contacted by scores of people and private investigators offering to help solve the case, only to be led down wrong paths or given misleading tips. His Facebook page at one point had more than 10,000 followers, but he shut it down when his family began receiving death threats, extortion claims and other sordid proposals, he said.

Unconcluded has reawakened the case and garnered more attention than Drew Kesse ever imagined, without having to reinsert himself into the emotionally draining world of the investigation, he said.

“(Gurd) has brought this back to light in a way I can’t,” Drew Kesse said. “He’s garnering a bigger and bigger audience every single week, and that’s what she needs.”

The podcast has also pointed out deficiencies in the investigation headed by Orlando Police. In his podcast, Gurd interviews a woman who claims she saw someone who looks like Jennifer Kesse in the Tennessee jewelry store where she worked in the months after she went missing. The woman said she reported the sighting to the Central Florida Crimeline number but never heard back from detectives – until she appeared on Unconcluded.

Orlando Police spokeswoman Michelle Guido said detectives on the case have vetted more than 150 tips on the Jennifer Kesse case that have come in through the Crimeline number and have been in nearly weekly contact with the family. After the Tennessee jewelry store worker episode, police officials instructed dispatchers to route any callers wishing to speak to a detective on the Jennifer Kesse, or any other missing persons, case directly to the investigator in charge, she said.

Detectives are listening to the podcast, Guido said. “We rely on tips and information from the public in solving many crimes, so we always want to hear any tips anyone may have,” she said.

Drew Kesse said he doesn’t expect to see his daughter alive again. But he wants closure in the case, in any form that may take. “Jennifer needs to come home,” he said. “I will take her anyway I can get her.”

Gurd is currently working 25 to 30 hours a week on the podcast and its investigation, he said. When his classes begin again in the fall, he’ll limit that work to nights and weekends.

But he plans to continue broadcasting clues and theories in the Jennifer Kesse case for as long as it takes, he said. “We don’t plan on stopping anytime soon,” Gurd said.

Anyone with information on this case can call the Orlando Police Department at 321-235-5300 if they wish to speak to a detective, or the Central Florida Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS, if they wish to remain anonymous.

The Unconcluded podcast can be found on iTunes, or at unconcluded.com.
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