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Author Topic: Amber Leeanne Dubois, 14yr, Last seen 02/13/09 #1 1/20/09 - 1/15/10  (Read 440751 times)
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« Reply #1160 on: July 02, 2009, 01:45:23 PM »

You do excellent research Edward! Me, ummm not so much.  Sometimes prayers are all that I have to offer. 

I am very interested in your information about the caring of the animals and that angle.

Keep it coming & God Bless Amber!

Do not cut yourself that short, if it was not for you I would not have noticed the fact that Jennifer Kesse was also hanging around that bar in Florida.. Because of your comment the police got quickly informed..  It has re-lighted the investigation into Jennifers disapperance..
Thank You for that..
There are great people working on those 2 cases and I hope they find something soon.
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« Reply #1161 on: July 02, 2009, 09:31:28 PM »

Sex offender list in Escondido..
I do not know how accurate it is..

ANAYA,PHILIMON
1268 N BROADWAY # A ,Escondido,CA 92026

ARENA,JOSEPH
344 W 6TH AVE ,Escondido,CA 92025

AVERY,RICHARD LAWRENCE
1729 SUMMIT DR ,Escondido,CA 92027

BENITEZ,JUAN MILAN
1422 N ASH ST ,Escondido,CA 92027

BERRY,NED ANDREW
2035 S ESCONDIDO BLVD # 103 ,Escondido,CA 92025

BROWN,RONALD CORNWELL
3252 BEVEN DR ,Escondido,CA 92027

BROWN,STEVEN MARK
2040 MARK AVE ,Escondido,CA 92027

BURGESS,MICHAEL LITZSINGER
2733 CAMERON PL ,Escondido,CA 92027

BUSSE,JASON PAUL
1670 E EL NORTE # 15 ,Escondido,CA 92027

BUTLER,JOHN PATRICK
900 HOWARD AVE # 30 ,Escondido,CA 92029

CALLAN,MARK STEVEN
1320 TAFT ST ,Escondido,CA 92026

CANNON,JAMES REUBEN
1184 N ESCONDIDO BLVD # A ,Escondido,CA 92026

CARDIEL,JOSE LUIS
1213 REMBRANT GLEN ,Escondido,CA 92026

CARO,JOHN
1750 W CITRACADO PKWY # 104 ,Escondido,CA 92029

CHRISTMAN,ROBERT B
596 MONTVIEW DR ,Escondido,CA 92025

CHU,KEN
456 SWANSEA GL ,Escondido,CA 92027

CRISOSTOMO,MICHAEL A
1748 ACORN ST ,Escondido,CA 92027

CRUZ,RUBIN
322 VISTA AVE ,Escondido,CA 92026

CUSTER,CALVIN C
965 W LINCOLN AVE # 12A ,Escondido,CA 92026

DAILEY,CHARLES STANTON
2650 S ESCONDIDO BLVD # 210 ,Escondido,CA 92025

DAVIES,BRAD FRANKLIN
24840 LAKE WOHLFORD CT ,Escondido,CA 92027

DOLL,COLEMAN BERNARD
1051 W EL NORTE PKWY # 153 ,Escondido,CA 92026

ELKINS,BERNARD FISHER
9 LARRY LANE ,Escondido,CA 92025

ERICKSON,DOUGLASS SCOTT
3055 PECAN PL # 5 ,Escondido,CA 92027

FENDER,STEVEN A
849 MILLS ST ,Escondido,CA 92027

FERDMAN,ERIK MICAH
453 CORNWALL GLEN ,Escondido,CA 92027

FERNANDEZ,ANTIONIO
1454 E WASHINGTON ,Escondido,CA 92027

FORCIER,JAMES DAVID
2426 HARMONY GROVE RD ,Escondido,CA 92029

FRAZEE,WILLIAM CLARENCE
30012 HWY 395 SP-117 ,Escondido,CA 92026

GARCIA,RUDY
1822 LORETO GLEN ,Escondido,CA 92027

GARDNER,JOHN ALBERT
1050 ROCK SPRINGS RD # 113 ,Escondido,CA 92026

GASPER,DARRIN MICHAEL
550 W WASHINGTON AVE # B ,Escondido,CA 92025

GONZALEZ,GUSTAVO GONZALEZ
20702 ELFIN FOREST ROAD ,Escondido,CA 92029

GONZALEZ,WILLIAM MORENO
837 E LINCOLN AVENUE ,Escondido,CA 92026

GRANET,ANTHONY JOHNIII
2460 BEAR VALLEY PKWY # 130 ,Escondido,CA 92027

GRISSOM,DANNY LEON
1140 HARDING ST ,Escondido,CA 92027

HAYDEN,LOREN
1345 MORNING VIEW DR # 146 ,Escondido,CA 92026

HOBBS,TROY L
550 W WASHINGTON AVE # B ,Escondido,CA 92025

HOLM,FRANCIS ERIC
1555 HIGHGROVE DRIVE ,Escondido,CA 92027

HORTON,SIDNEY LYNN
119 W 5TH AVE # 3 ,Escondido,CA 92025

INMAN,STEVEN CARL
904 E 3RD AVE ,Escondido,CA 92025

JACQUEMART,JOHN PIPER
301 W VERMONT # 116 ,Escondido,CA 92025

JACQUES,LIONEL PHILLIP
1030 E WASHINGTON AVE # 115 ,Escondido,CA 92025

JEORGESON,RICHARD ALAN
1059 E VALLEY PKWY # C ,Escondido,CA 92025

JOHNSON,JAMES RICHARD
25464 LAKE WOHLFORD RD # LW300 ,Escondido,CA 92027

JONES,RICHARD WARREN
1934 KENORA DR ,Escondido,CA 92027

JUAREZ,RICARDO
525 W EL NORTE PKWY # 269 ,Escondido,CA 92026

KEYES,GRAHAM L
613 W 10TH AVE ,Escondido,CA 92025

KITTLE,ARNOLD EARL
530 N MIDWAY DR # 26 ,Escondido,CA 92027

LEECH,TIMOTHY WILBUR
27038 N. BROADWAY ,Escondido,CA 92026

LEGG,MICHAEL ALAN
1335 BROADWAY PL ,Escondido,CA 92025

LONG,ROY HENDRIX
360 S HICKORY # 5 ,Escondido,CA 92025

LOPEZ,JOSE AMBROSIO
211 N CITRUS # 26 ,Escondido,CA 92027

LOPEZ,MANUEL A
1228 HOOVER ST ,Escondido,CA 92027

MAHONEY,MICHAEL MELVIN
2094 E. GRAND AVE # 40 ,Escondido,CA 92027

MATCHETT,MATTHEW WILLIAM
1468 LA HONDA ,Escondido,CA 92027

MCGHEE,DANIEL RIDGE
145 W FELICITA AVE #3 ,Escondido,CA 92025

MELANSON,BOBBY RAY
636 FOY LANE ,Escondido,CA 92025

MIDDLETON,ROBERT JAMES
1070 E WASHINGTON AVE # 29 ,Escondido,CA 92025

MILLER,JADIR ALEXNADER
722 PARK PL ,Escondido,CA 92025

MINER,CLEMENT EUGENE
1643 E GRAND AVE # D ,Escondido,CA 92027

MOELLMAN,DANIEL MICHAEL
1375 N BROADWAY # A5 ,Escondido,CA 92026

MONTOYA,VALENTINE
1260 N ROSE ST ,Escondido,CA 92027

MORRIS,JOHN K
1001 S HALE # 102 ,Escondido,CA 92029

MUNOZ,GILLBERTO HERNANDEZ
1596 S ESCONDIDO BLVD # 8 ,Escondido,CA 92025

NEEDHAM,MATTHEW WALLACE
2550 E VALLEY PKWY # 45 ,Escondido,CA 92027

OLIVAS,TRACEY
965 W LINCOLN AVE # 22 ,Escondido,CA 92026

ORTEGA,JOHN
1070 E WASHINGTON # 1 ,Escondido,CA 92025

PAGE,KARL ROMANUS
1281 AVOCADO AVE ,Escondido,CA 92026

PALMORE,JAMES
357 LANSING CIRCLE # D ,Escondido,CA 92025

PARKER,RODNEY A
834 GOLDENROD ,Escondido,CA 92027

PATTERSON,GLEN ALAN
1600 W 9TH AVE # 6B ,Escondido,CA 92029

POTTER,SCOTT WAYNE
123 FARLAND PL ,Escondido,CA 92027

PRINCE,ROLAND MARK
326 E FELICITA AVE # 12 ,Escondido,CA 92025

QUINN,RICHARD TAYLOR
704 S MAPLE ST ,Escondido,CA 92025

RAMIREZ,DAVID PAUL
23649 OLD WAGON RD ,Escondido,CA 92027

RANGEL,FERNANDO
713 N CITRUS AVE ,Escondido,CA 92027

ROACH,JOHN JOSEPH
755 CHESTNUT ST ,Escondido,CA 92025

RODIRIGUEZ,RUBEN
1343 MORNING VIEW DR # 308 ,Escondido,CA 92026

RODRIGUEZ,JOHN GALINDO
421 E MISSION # 408 ,Escondido,CA 92025

SHOVER,ROBERT PAUL
550 W WASHINGTON AVE # B ,Escondido,CA 92025

SNOW,DAVID K
730 MONTVIEW DR ,Escondido,CA 92025

SOMERA,JAMIE TODD
935 E WASHINGTON AVE 3 ,Escondido,CA 92025

STANLEY,WILLIAM
8310 NELSON WAY MAINT #2 ,Escondido,CA 92026

STAPLES,RHONDA SUE
530 N MIDWAY DR # 27 ,Escondido,CA 92027

STEINER,HARLAN RUSSELL
506 SMOKETREE GLEN ,Escondido,CA 92026

STUBER,JOSEPH ANDREW
2149 MOUNTAIN VIEW DR ,Escondido,CA 92027

SUSSMANN,ANDREW ROBERT
432 TERRACE AVE ,Escondido,CA 92026

THOMPSON,DAVID LEE
201 SAN PASQUAL VALLEY RD # 201 ,Escondido,CA 92025

TODD,WILLIAM
1600 W 9TH AVE # A11 ,Escondido,CA 92029

TRACY,MERRILL OLIVER
30012 OLD HWY 395 # 82 ,Escondido,CA 92026

VAQUERA,GILBERT EDWARD
1892 LORETO GLEN ,Escondido,CA 92027

VILLALOBOS,EDGAR ULISES
965 W LINCOLN AVE # 30-E ,Escondido,CA 92026

XAYACHAK,KHAMPHONETHY
427 W 4TH AVE # K ,Escondido,CA 92025

YOUNGHUSBAND,RICHARD IRVING
421 E MISSION AVE # 305B ,Escondido,CA 92025

http://www.zirana.com/escondido/registered_sex_offenders_map.html
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« Reply #1162 on: July 03, 2009, 12:10:28 PM »

  That's a long list....
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« Reply #1163 on: July 03, 2009, 12:45:30 PM »

I have a question RE: the sex offender database.

In my county that I live in they are mapped similar to this thru the sheriff's department.  When you click on the push pin their mug shot with their arrest record on it, age, etc.  Does Escondito have something like this?

I am currious if any of these match the discription of the young man seen walking with Amber.  I hope of course that LE has already done so.
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« Reply #1164 on: July 03, 2009, 12:48:25 PM »

I forgot to ask, what about homeless SO's?  On my county they come back listed as unmappable, but you can still get all of the other information (mugshot, etc) on them.
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« Reply #1165 on: July 03, 2009, 02:45:42 PM »

An FBI crime report shows an increased number of forcible rapes in San Diego, Escondido, and Oceanside during 2008. The report shows a 27 percent increase in San Diego. Oceanside had a 20 percent jump in rapes, while Escondido had an 11 percent spike.

San Diego FBI agent Darrell Foxworth said the report is key to figuring out why the increase in sexual assaults is taking place.

"That's one of the reasons we issue this report. We are looking to educate law enforcement agencies and the public, so everyone can have an increased awareness," Foxworth said.

Officials at the Center for Community Solutions rape crisis center say they weren't surprised by the latest statistics.

"The increase is a reflection of outreach efforts to get more people to come forward. There has been so much community education on the process of reporting a sexual assault, " explains victims advocate Michelle Smith.

Chula Vista saw a 3 percent decrease in forcible rapes in 2008. The FBI's uniform crime report is released every year.
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« Reply #1166 on: July 03, 2009, 03:24:53 PM »

Crime MAPS Incident Report  Escondido around the date of Amber's disappearance.

Note #22 and #40 are in Amber's neighborhood.  Also lots of drug dealing around the H.S.   
 
Sorted By: Date ascending, Time ascending
#   Incident   100 Block Address   Day   Date   Time
1   Residential Burglary   1400 E EL NORTE PY Monday   02/09/2009   7:00 PM

2   Vehicle Break-in   1500 SHERIDAN AV Monday   02/09/2009   8:00 PM

3   Vehicle Theft   1200 VISTA AV Monday   02/09/2009   8:30 PM

4   Malicious Mischief/Vandalism   1300 TAFT AV Tuesday   02/10/2009   8:00 PM

5   Malicious Mischief/Vandalism   900 W EL NORTE PY Wednesday   02/11/2009        2:10 AM

6   Drunk in Public   1800 S IRIS LN Wednesday   02/11/2009   12:53 AM

7   Narcotics   300 WHIPPOORWILL GLEN  Wednesday   02/11/2009   5:34 PM

8   Narcotics   300 WHIPPOORWILL GLEN Wednesday   02/11/2009   5:34 PM

9   Residential Burglary   1100 LEHNER AV Thursday   02/12/2009   09:45 AM

10   Robbery   N BROADWAY / ESPANAS GLEN Thursday   02/12/2009   2:35 PM

11   Theft   300 W EL NORTE PY Thursday   02/12/2009   3:50 PM

12   Theft   400 W EL NORTE PY Friday   02/13/2009   01:51 AM

13   Malicious Mischief/Vandalism   1200 N GAMBLE ST Friday 02/13/2009 09:35 AM

14   Simple Assault (non-DV)   500 SMOKETREE GLEN Friday   02/13/2009   10:00 PM

15   Vehicle Break-in   1400 CONWAY DR Saturday   02/14/2009   6:00 PM

16   Vehicle Break-in   300 RANCHWOOD GLEN Saturday   02/14/2009   6:00 PM

17   Vehicle Break-in   1400 CONWAY DR Saturday   02/14/2009   7:30 PM

18   Vehicle Break-in   1200 ROOSEVELT ST Sunday   02/15/2009   11:30 AM

19   Narcotics   1000 W EL NORTE PY Sunday   02/15/2009   12:45 PM

20   Narcotics   1500 N BROADWAY Tuesday   02/17/2009   12:15 PM

21   Narcotics   1500 N BROADWAY Tuesday   02/17/2009   12:15 PM

22   Residential Burglary   1700 PARADISE ST Tuesday   02/17/2009   12:40 PM

23   Malicious Mischief/Vandalism   100 E EL NORTE PY Tuesday   02/17/2009   2:57 PM

24   Vehicle Break-in   300 W EL NORTE PY Tuesday   02/17/2009   6:00 PM

25   Vehicle Theft   400 SKYRIDGE LN Tuesday   02/17/2009   7:00 PM

26   Vehicle Theft   400 SKYRIDGE LN Tuesday   02/17/2009   9:00 PM

27   Vehicle Break-in   1800 N BROADWAY Wednesday   02/18/2009   07:30 AM

28   Curfew Violation   1900 N IRIS LN Wednesday   02/18/2009   11:15 PM

29   Curfew Violation   1900 N IRIS LN Wednesday   02/18/2009   11:15 PM

30   Theft   1500 N BROADWAY Thursday   02/19/2009   09:20 AM

31   Theft   300 W EL NORTE PY Thursday   02/19/2009   4:00 PM

32   Simple Assault (non-DV)   1500 N BROADWAY Friday   02/20/2009   11:35 AM

33   Simple Assault (non-DV)   1800 N BROADWAY Friday   02/20/2009   2:50 PM

34   Drunk in Public   W EL NORTE PY / S IRIS LN Friday   02/20/2009   5:20 PM

35   Narcotics   300 W EL NORTE PY Saturday   02/21/2009   12:01 AM

36   Theft   300 W EL NORTE PY Sunday   02/22/2009   08:30 AM

37   Drunk in Public   200 W EL NORTE PY Sunday   02/22/2009   7:21 PM

38   Vehicle Break-in   300 W EL NORTE PY Sunday   02/22/2009   10:00 PM

39   Theft   1700 SEVEN OAKES RD Monday   02/23/2009   07:00 AM

40   Residential Burglary   400 VISTA AV Monday   02/23/2009   11:00 AM

41   Simple Assault (non-DV)   700 STANLEY AV Monday   02/23/2009   5:40 PM

42   Commercial Burglary   500 COUNTRY CLUB LN Monday   02/23/2009   7:00 PM

43   Drunk in Public   300 E EL NORTE PY Monday   02/23/2009   8:51 PM

44   Simple Assault (non-DV)   1500 N BROADWAY Tuesday   02/24/2009   2:15 PM

45   Drunk in Public   1400 N BROADWAY Tuesday   02/24/2009   8:55 PM

46   Drunk in Public   1400 N BROADWAY Tuesday   02/24/2009   8:55 PM

47   Vehicle Break-in   1100 HONEYSUCKLE WY Wednesday   02/25/2009   4:00 PM

48   Theft   1500 N BROADWAY Thursday   02/26/2009   11:20 AM

49   Malicious Mischief/Vandalism   N ELM ST / SHERIDAN AV Thursday   02/26/2009   4:00 PM

50   Vehicle Break-in   1200 ARISTOTLE GLEN Thursday   02/26/2009   5:00 PM

51   Narcotics   1800 N BROADWAY Friday   02/27/2009   07:40 AM

52   Theft   300 W EL NORTE PY Friday   02/27/2009   5:05 PM

53   Sex Crimes (Other)   600 CATHY CT Friday   02/27/2009   10:00 PM

54   Drunk in Public   1000 W EL NORTE PY Friday   02/27/2009   11:45 PM

55   Drunk in Public   N CENTRE CITY PY / E EL NORTE PY Saturday   02/28/2009   12:26 AM

56   Theft   300 W EL NORTE PY Saturday   02/28/2009   12:00 PM

57   Vehicle Theft   COUNTRY CLUB LN / N IRIS LN Saturday   02/28/2009   7:00 PM

58   Drunk in Public   CONWAY DR / VISTA AV Saturday   02/28/2009   10:49 PM

59   Sex Crimes (Other)   1300 GRAHAM PL Sunday   03/01/2009   12:01 AM

60   Robbery   600 COUNTRY CLUB LN Sunday   03/01/2009   5:30 PM

61   Vehicle Break-in   600 SIGGSON CT Sunday   03/01/2009   8:30 PM

62   Truancy   300 VISTA AV Monday   03/02/2009   12:35 PM

63   Truancy   300 VISTA AV Monday   03/02/2009   1:00 PM

64   Narcotics   1500 N BROADWAY Tuesday   03/03/2009   11:30 AM

65   Narcotics   1500 N BROADWAY  Tuesday   03/03/2009   11:30 AM

66   Simple Assault (non-DV)   100 W EL NORTE PY Tuesday   03/03/2009   2:56 PM

67   Truancy   BEAUMONT GLEN / FOREST GLEN Wednesday   03/04/2009   09:35 AM

68   Truancy   BEAUMONT GLEN / FOREST GLEN Wednesday   03/04/2009   09:35 AM

69   Theft   1500 E EL NORTE PY Wednesday   03/04/2009   10:30 AM

70   Truancy   1200 N IVY ST Wednesday   03/04/2009   11:35 AM

71   Theft   1500 N BROADWAY Wednesday   03/04/2009   2:09 PM

72   Curfew Violation   1300 E EL NORTE PY Wednesday   03/04/2009   11:51 PM

73   Vehicle Theft   1000 W EL NORTE PY Thursday   03/05/2009   9:15 PM

74   Theft   2000 MONTEGO AV Saturday   03/07/2009   01:00 AM

75   Vehicle Break-in   300 W EL NORTE PY Saturday   03/07/2009   10:00 AM

76   Residential Burglary   2000 MONTEGO AV Saturday   03/07/2009   1:00 PM

77   Drunk in Public   300 W EL NORTE PY Saturday   03/07/2009   2:30 PM

78   Malicious Mischief/Vandalism   1500 N BROADWAY Sunday   03/08/2009   10:00 PM

79   Arson   2000 CONWAY DR Tuesday   03/10/2009   3:19 PM

80   Vehicle Break-in   1600 SEVEN OAKES RD Tuesday   03/10/2009   4:30 PM

81   Theft   1300 GAMBLE ST Tuesday   03/10/2009   8:00 PM

82   Vehicle Break-in   1800 N BROADWAY  Tuesday   03/10/2009   9:00 PM

83   Vehicle Break-in   1400 ESPERANZA WY Wednesday   03/11/2009   4:00 PM

84   Vehicle Break-in   1400 ESPERANZA WY Wednesday   03/11/2009   6:00 PM

85   Theft   300 W EL NORTE PY Thursday   03/12/2009   3:00 PM

86   Malicious Mischief/Vandalism   500 ROBIN HILL LN Friday   03/13/2009   11:31 AM

87   Drunk in Public   N CENTRE CITY PY / E EL NORTE PY Friday   03/13/2009   4:20 PM

88   Theft   400 SKYRIDGE LN Friday   03/13/2009   7:00 PM

89   Vehicle Break-in   100 W EL NORTE PY Friday   03/13/2009   8:00 PM

90   Robbery   N CENTRE CITY PY / COUNTRY CLUB LN Friday   03/13/2009   10:44 PM

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« Reply #1167 on: July 05, 2009, 02:35:00 AM »

Okay I'm caught up, unfortunately there wasn't as much to read as I had anticipated. 
I am somewhat frustrated. 

Are we stll getting feedback from Amber's family? or someone close to them?  

 I am wondering about that human traffiking article Edward posted, and have wondered about this myself much.  I don't think I had heard that Amber recently started chatting with some boys or whoever online though.  All IP addresses can be retrieved from your hard drive that your computer communicates with.  Have the EPD seized their computer? What are they doing in an effort to search? 

Why hasn't someone figured out (FBI computer experts or something) what type of truck, year, etc.  done a search for all those spec's to see who bought this type.  Looks like a lot of custom stuff on it to me... and maybe all these things have been done, tried, etc., but would help us I think if we knew...

I too have asked about local business cameras but never heard anything. 

 I am so tired of these sicko's taking our children it must stop.  I cannot even imagine how her parents feel, heart wrenching.  I will let myself for a moment, just a second really, think about what if it were one of my three daughters.  Worrying, wanting to rescue them, but not knowing where in the hell to look or what to do.  Wondering is she thinking MOM FIND ME>>>> and feeling so helpless.  And then I have to stop and realize it is not my child, thankfully, but it could be.  It could be any of us.  We need to do whatever we can to tighten the restrictions on released sex offenders and make tougher sentencing laws on crimes involving children.  In my opinion, child sex predators should never be released from prison, it seems they always re-offend with a more heinous crime. IMO

I pray Amber is rescued TODAY, please God allow her to return to her family.

ChiChi  Good to see you again. 

Your three main questions answered as best I can:  ( I do my best, but this is JMO.)

Family feedback:  not much recently.

Computer:  EPD has searched the computers and  services.  They've not announced any helpful findings.

Additional Security Cameras:   No information at all released that I know about.

Burgundy  truck:  The film has been studied, but the quality cannot be enhanced enough to get a License or make and year.

I know it is discouraging, but maybe tomorrow there will be something new. 

Chi-M

Bring Amber home!

Thanks Chi Monkey, it is discouraging.  I wish there was more info, more to spin ideas off of.  Edward is right, something MUST be done, it is ridiculous, unacceptable and should not be tolerated any longer.  Law reform and preventative measures are needed, where does one start.. Happy 4th everyone
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« Reply #1168 on: July 05, 2009, 02:51:21 AM »

On the subject of computer usage..MuffyBee made a great point on another thread..

Sometimes kids go to other people's houses and use their computers to create and access myspace and other websites even if you have parental controls and forbid this at your own house.  Or they can go to the public library and use computers there.   Back to the old "where there's a will, there's a way" saying.  Parents may not even know their kids have a myspace.


A question from a news report reader..  Why did Pam quit taking Amber to school ?


Good point, local libaries and even community college libraries have access to the internet.
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« Reply #1169 on: July 08, 2009, 10:05:49 AM »

SAN DIEGO -- A registered sex offender was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of exposing himself to a teenage girl in City Heights last month and kidnapping a 9-year-old girl in Valencia Park a week later, authorities reported.

DNA evidence allegedly ties Ieremia Tuiolemotu, 37, to the June 15 abduction, according to San Diego police.

The victim was walking to school about 8:45 that morning when the kidnapper pulled up alongside her in a van in the 100 block of Latimer Street.
 
 The man got out, grabbed the youngster and ordered her to get into the vehicle. She complied, but was able to break free and flee moments later. The girl suffered no serious injuries.

Investigators believe Tuiolemotu also is responsible for a June 9 indecent exposure case in the 4600 block of Wightman Street in City Heights, SDPD spokeswoman Monica Munoz said.

The flasher, who was inside a white van when he committed the crime, did not make physical contact with the 17-year-old victim.

Tuiolemotu's previous offenses include indecent exposure and annoying or molesting a minor, Munoz said.

The spokeswoman declined to disclose how police obtained the DNA sample that allegedly links Tuiolemotu to the abduction.

http://www.10news.com/news/19982321/detail.html
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« Reply #1170 on: July 08, 2009, 10:11:02 AM »

An internet stalker has been arrested after trying to abduct a British schoolgirl while she was on a family vacation in the south of France. The 12-year-old, from Glasgow, was lured from her holiday home and taken to an airport by a Belgian man she had met online.

The terrified girl was found sobbing by airport workers after being abandoned by the 41-year-old when he realized she did not have a passport.

Her abductor, who pretended to be her uncle, was arrested shortly after he boarded a flight to Madrid.

The pair are believed to have chatted on the net for around four months before he went to meet her in Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer and took her to Marseilles Provence airport to board a flight to Spain.

Reports in France said the girl met her abductor, who claimed to be 28, on a social networking website.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,530653,00.html?test=latestnews

A professional lover-boy would have had her passport ready or alternate transportation arraigned.
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« Reply #1171 on: July 08, 2009, 01:19:01 PM »

The Associated Press
11:11 a.m. July 1, 2009
LAS VEGAS — Federal prosecutors say two more defendants face drug conspiracy and other charges in a criminal case stemming from the abduction of a 6-year-old boy from his Las Vegas home last October.
A revised indictment unsealed Tuesday charges Erik Dushawn Webster and Jesus Gastelum with conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance and other crimes.
Webster and Gastelum join two other defendants in the case involving the kidnapping of Cole Puffinburger. Prosecutors believe the boy was taken by drug traffickers trying to locate his grandfather. The boy was found unharmed days later.
Court records show Webster made an initial appearance in the case June 15. He is free without bail pending a July 10 court appearance.
The U.S. attorney's office in Nevada says Gastelum remains a fugitive.

http://www3.signonsandiego.com/stories/2009/jul/01/nv-nevada-boy-abducted-070109/
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« Reply #1172 on: July 08, 2009, 01:22:36 PM »

By Associated Press
3:35 AM PDT, July 2, 2009

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — A jury on Thursday was set to consider the case of Jesse James Hollywood, who is accused of kidnapping a 15-year-old boy over a drug debt then ordering his death and going on the run for years, a string of events that inspired the 2007 movie "Alpha Dog."

http://www.fox5sandiego.com/entertainment/sns-ap-us-jesse-james-hollywood,0,1430856.story
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« Reply #1173 on: July 08, 2009, 01:36:40 PM »

In August 2008, Reuters reported on an American businesswoman identified only as "Veronica," who had been kidnapped a few months earlier. As she was exiting her car in California, two men forced her into the passenger seat at gunpoint, then shoved her teenage daughter into the back seat and took the pair to Mexico.

The kidnappers drove through the border checkpoint in San Diego, bringing the mother and daughter to Tijuana. The two were held captive for a month until their family paid the ransom of $100,000.

Veronica said of her experience: "We got an automatic green light to go through Mexican customs and then we were blindfolded and taken to a house in Tijuana. They held a pistol to my stomach all the time we were in the car."

Mexican intelligence officials claim that Veronica is only one of about 30 Americans abducted in southern California and taken to Tijuana since last November.

Mexican officials have been aware of the growing number U.S. abductions for some time. Baja California State Attorney General Rommel Moreno recently told Reuters news agency: "Transnational kidnappings are a new way of operating for these criminal groups, mainly in California, and so we are seeking collaboration with the United States."

http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/87817
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« Reply #1174 on: July 08, 2009, 01:38:05 PM »

In August 2008, the FBI´s San Diego field office admitted that they were currently investigating the kidnapping of 16 U.S. residents who were held in Tijuana between October 2007 and May 2008, including many of whom were abducted in San Diego.

According to the Phoenix Police Department, as of mid November, there had been 266 kidnappings and 300 home invasions during 2008. However, police estimate the actual numbers to be closer to three times as high as the reported figures. Many victims fail to report such crimes, out of fear from further retribution from the notoriously violent cartels.

Phoenix Police Lt. Lori Burgett told CBS News: "It wasn´t uncommon to have a new kidnapping case coming into our offices on a daily basis."
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« Reply #1175 on: July 08, 2009, 02:01:15 PM »

Bride kidnapping, also known as marriage by abduction or marriage by capture, is a practice throughout history and around the world in which a man abducts the woman he wishes to marry. Bride kidnapping still occurs in countries spanning Central Asia, the Caucasus region, and parts of Africa, and among peoples as diverse as the Hmong in southeast Asia, the Tzeltal in Mexico, and the Romani in Europe. In most countries, bride kidnapping is considered a sex crime, rather than a valid form of marriage.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bride_kidnapping

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« Reply #1176 on: July 09, 2009, 05:56:36 PM »

Brenda Nayli Martinez
Missing: May 30, 2009
From: Los Angeles, California
Age: 4
DOB: October 20, 2004

Sex: Female
Race: Hispanice
Height: 3 foot
Weight: 35 pounds
Hair: Brownbr>Eyes: Brown
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« Reply #1177 on: July 09, 2009, 06:24:37 PM »

A man who allegedly used a hatchet to attack a 21-year-old woman and critically injure her boyfriend today in Escondido was arrested, police said.

Gamalier Rivera, 33, is accused of attacking the two around 1:15 a.m. at a house in the 800 block of South Upas Street, according to Escondido police.

Both victims were taken to Palomar Medical Center, where the man was in critical condition with wounds to his neck and torso, police said.

The woman was treated and released for injuries to her legs.     

Cassandra Bollas, who told The San Diego Union-Tribune she is the woman's sister, said her sister rented a room at the house where the attack took place and that she and her boyfriend worked as nurses.

"She is in complete shock," Bollas said, adding that her sister described the attack as something out of horror movie, with blood all over the room.

Rivera, who was found covered in blood near the crime scene, works for the U.S. Border Patrol, but police did not say in what capacity.

He was also taken to Palomar Medical Center, but the cause and extent of his injuries were not immediately revealed.

Other people were in the home at the time of the attack, but no one else was injured.

According to a News 8 report, Rivera is the female victim's estranged husband.

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« Reply #1178 on: July 09, 2009, 08:51:23 PM »

Non-Family Abductions in California
January 29, 2009 by MCA

When the public hears of a missing child case, it is generally involving one of the estimated 115 child victims of the most serious, long-term non-family abduction called “stereotypical kidnappings”.

The best national estimates for the number of missing children are from incidence studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. To date two such studies have been completed.

In this San Francisco Chronicle article about Ilene Misheloff , who went missing on 1/30/1989, the author has this statement which would indicate almost half of all stranger abductions happen on California. There are currently 22 victims of  Non-Family Abductions  listed at the NCMEC from California.

As a result, two decades later, parents are far more reluctant to let young children walk alone to school or play out front with no supervision. Still, more than 50 California children are typically abducted each year by strangers, according to the state Department of Justice.

Ilene Misheloff was last seen walking home from school alone. She is among the 723 children over 21-years-old, listed at the NCMEC who went missing as children but whose disappearances remain unsolved.

Parents still hoping, 20 years after abduction

The pain is never far away. But neither is the hope.

When Maddi Misheloff speaks of her daughter, Ilene, the girl with the frizzy black hair and shy smile is always in the present tense. About to walk through the door.

The fact that Ilene vanished exactly 20 years ago this Friday at the age of 13 while walking home from school matters less to Maddi Misheloff than her belief that Ilene is still out there somewhere. Kidnapped, but alive. Waiting for a chance to return.

Here is a map of missing children..
Pick california and wait for it to load.. OMG
Alot of missing kids over time..
http://www.missingkidsmap.com/
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« Reply #1179 on: July 09, 2009, 09:33:38 PM »

I've looked at that map before.  California shut down my computer.  It is very sad.  Thanks for sharing and God Bless Amber!
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