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« Reply #160 on: April 05, 2010, 04:18:17 PM »

special developments from the fbi:

believe still info out there or people who have info that have not come forward

reward of 10k being announced for info that leads to her safe return

hope that the reward will drive these folks into coming in and talking about it.

800 leads now

still need help from the public.

they are not confident they have all the information out there and hope that the reward can help this

couple of sightings at greeley mall of her they are fairly confident of

special developments from the fbi:

believe still info out there or people who have info that have not come forward

reward of 10k being announced for info that leads to her safe return

hope that the reward will drive these folks into coming in and talking about it.

800 leads now

still need help from the public.

they are not confident they have all the information out there and hope that the reward can help this

couple of sightings at greeley mall of her they are fairly confident of
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« Reply #161 on: April 05, 2010, 04:51:25 PM »

Thank-you so much for the updates Heart 
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« Reply #162 on: April 05, 2010, 05:02:06 PM »

Thank-you so much for the updates Heart 
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« Reply #163 on: April 05, 2010, 05:12:10 PM »

Reward offered in Kayleah Wilson case

Web Staff KDVR Denver
2:37 PM MDT, April 5, 2010
 
GREELEY, Colo. - Authorities are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the return of Kayleah Wilson, the 12-year-old Greeley girl who disappeared more than a week ago.

"There are people who may know something and haven't come forward with it," FBI Special Agent in Charge Jim Davis said during a Monday afternoon press conference. "We're hoping that by offering a reward, we may drive those folks into coming in to talk to us."

Wilson was last seen the afternoon of March 28th when she left home to walk to a friend's birthday party. Authorities say she may have been spotted at the Greeley Mall around the same time.

Davis said authorities had received over 300 leads as of Monday, but none indicate whether Wilson was the victim of foul play or simply disappeared on her own.

"We'd don't' have any evidence of foul play (or) any evidence that she was grabbed," he said. "There's a very good possibility that she's out there."

Kayleah is described as 5'1", 145 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

Authorities spent the weekend searching open fields, ponds, ditches and residential areas, including those that would not have been on her way to the birthday party.

On Monday, Weld County Sheriff John Cook raised the possibility that all of the media attention focused on the case -while helpful- may be frightening Kayleah, assuming she is still alive.

"The possibility exists that media has attention has scared the girl into hiding," Cook said. "We're not going to put you in jail or anything like that," was his message to Kayleah.

"You are the person we're trying to help. You're not in trouble."

http://www.kwgn.com/news/kdvr-missing-girl-update-040510,0,4809404.story
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« Reply #164 on: April 05, 2010, 08:34:34 PM »


Kayleah this past Christmas

New Fears in Kayleah Wilson Case


Posted by editor@greeleygazette.com • April 5, 2010

New information regarding the missing 12 year old Greeley Girl, Kayleah Wilson, has surfaced.  In an e-mail obtained exclusively by the Greeley Gazette from a family friend, a worried Grandmother confesses, “She may be a runaway- but she is only twelve - may be pregnant or think she is & be afraid.”

The girl has been missing since March 28th.  Sources fear the girl may have gone to an abortion clinic and possibly died from it, “I mean, how would anyone know? If she’s pregnant and went to get an abortion and died from complications…it’s happened before.”

Authorities have not commented yet on this new development.

http://www.greeleygazette.com/press/?p=1849
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« Reply #165 on: April 05, 2010, 08:37:34 PM »


Kayleah this past Christmas

New Fears in Kayleah Wilson Case


Posted by editor@greeleygazette.com • April 5, 2010

New information regarding the missing 12 year old Greeley Girl, Kayleah Wilson, has surfaced.  In an e-mail obtained exclusively by the Greeley Gazette from a family friend, a worried Grandmother confesses, “She may be a runaway- but she is only twelve - may be pregnant or think she is & be afraid.”

The girl has been missing since March 28th.  Sources fear the girl may have gone to an abortion clinic and possibly died from it, “I mean, how would anyone know? If she’s pregnant and went to get an abortion and died from complications…it’s happened before.”

Authorities have not commented yet on this new development.

http://www.greeleygazette.com/press/?p=1849
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« Reply #166 on: April 05, 2010, 08:38:53 PM »

KAYLEAH WILSON – SEARCH TIPS / FAQ

Posted by editor@greeleygazette.com • April 5, 2010 •

Many people have asked how they can help in the search for missing Kayleah Wilson. Here are some simple things you can do as a property owner or landlord, or concerned citizen.

Please check and look along road sides, back roads, fields, dump areas that we all may know about in the county or in the towns or areas you drive to, or live near. These may be areas that you routinely drive, walk, run, jog, etc. Check any ditches or areas that are typically hard to see when driving by at high speeds. Other potential areas to check are under bridges, abandoned barns or structures that are not normally occupied, abandoned vehicles, etc.

If you notice a suspicious odor in an area, or see activities in or around abandoned homes or property, if you happen to see circling birds or gathering predators, like coyotes in or around an area, check it out if it is safe, or contact the local law enforcement agency near you to have it checked out.

If you own property that is not currently occupied check it out to make sure it is still secure and everything in side is in order and as you expect it to be. If you know your neighbor is not home and you have permission to go on their property check for any broken windows, doors, or suspicious activity or things that may appear out of place to you.

If you live in a rural area and know your neighbors are gone for extended periods of time drive by those areas and make note of any unusual cars, vehicles, or things that appear out of place and are not consistent with what you are familiar with.

If you live near an empty home or building watch for any suspicious activity or unusual people or vehicles in or around the structure that are not normally there.
Do NOT go in any buildings or homes you do not own or trespass on private property to search any areas.

If you see or suspect anything suspicious do not attempt to pick it up, touch it, or contaminate the immediate surrounding areas. If you leave the area before authorities arrive try to leave the same way you came in so other potential items are not disturbed or contaminated.
If a suspicious incident is in progress and you are concerned for public safety always call 911.

If the situation is not an emergency call the Greeley Police Department at 970-350-9600 or the FBI at 800-CALL-FBI.

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« Reply #167 on: April 05, 2010, 08:51:51 PM »

Ken Turner:  (Kayleah's cousin)  acting as spokesman for the family tells NG that 2 shoppers saw Kayleah enter and leave the mall
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« Reply #168 on: April 05, 2010, 09:01:18 PM »

What is that on her wrist ?


Anyways.. This is not the 50's and her fear of pregnancy is only over ridden by the male who is most likely way older then 12 getting caught and leading her away for purposes unknown.
Fear that.
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« Reply #169 on: April 05, 2010, 09:07:20 PM »

What is that on her wrist ?


Anyways.. This is not the 50's and her fear of pregnancy is only over ridden by the male who is most likely way older then 12 getting caught and leading her away for purposes unknown.
Fear that.
Looks like a red wire coming from the wall and whatever it is she is working on.
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« Reply #170 on: April 05, 2010, 09:28:44 PM »

MISSING: KAYLEAH WILSON (UPDATE)

UPDATE / 9:12 p.m. -I just got off the phone with Dave Joly from the Denver FBI, he says at this hour more than 300 leads have come in on this case.  Earlier today the FBI announced a reward up to $10,000 for any information leading to Kayleah.  Joly also says they have two credible witnesses who reported seeing Kayleah around 4:15 p.m. at the Greeley mall last Sunday.  Right now the command post to find Kayleah runs from 8 a.m. – 10 p.m., but if leads come in after the normal hours, investigators will follow up with them immediately. Joly says agents did a search of Kayleah’s mother’s home, “We did a forensic search of the house, went into the home with the consent of the homeowner – we collected DNA samples we felt were Kalyeha’s, and collected DNA samples from everyone in the residence.”

BACKGROUND: More than 60 FBI agents and local authorities worked through Easter Sunday, hoping that tips they’ve received would lead them to Kayleah Wilson.  Investigators worked on leads while Kayleah’s family got together and prayed.  Her family members spent Easter Sunday gathering in prayer for the missing 12-year-old, and hoping she will come home soon.   Investigators say Kayleah vanished eight days ago after heading to a birthday party.  Investigators say she left for the party around 3:40 p.m. and the walk was fairly short, only about 10 blocks.  Sadly, Kayleah never made it, and it’s been an all out search ever since.  Investigators have re-traced the path she took, interviewed hundreds of people, and aren’t leaving any stone left unturned.  Although Kayleah was only 12, her family said she had a 17-year-old boyfriend that she recently broke up with.  That boyfriend has been questioned by authorities and is cooperating.  Authorities say she was last seen wearing a pink and white shirt over a white tank top, jeans, and red and white dress shoes.

So what can you do to help this effort?

You can purchase a t-shirt with the message, “Have you seen me?” and information about Kayleah underneath.

To order a shirt, please send an e-mail to Suzi Larson:  ssusieq228@msn.com.

Also, the Dollar Tree in Greeley is hosting a donation effort tomorrow from 8 a.m. – 12-noon.  Please feel free to donate Lexmark No. 1 printer cartridges, blank t-shirts, or money.  The Dollar Tree is located at 2900 10th Street, Greeley, Colorado.

If you live in another part of the country, you can join the Facebook group, “Prayers for Kayleah Wilson’s Safe Return.”   As of now, there are more than 2,300 members.

If you have any information, please contact the Greeley Police:

(970) 350-9600 or 1-800-CALL-FBI
http://www.michellesigona.com/2010/04/kayleah-wilson-update-what-you-can-do-to-help/
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« Reply #171 on: April 05, 2010, 09:50:50 PM »

Here is a link on Colorado abortion laws

http://www.prochoiceamerica.org/choice-action-center/in_your_state/who-decides/state-profiles/colorado.html?templateName=lawdetails&issueID=6&ssumID=2493


Colorado
Restrictions on Young Women's Access to Abortion

Colorado law restricts young women's access to abortion.

Is the law enforceable?  Yes.

Who is considered a minor?  A young woman under the age of 18.

What is required - parental consent or parental notice?  Notice.

Who must be notified?  Two parents, with some exceptions.

Are there other trusted adults who may be notified instead?  Yes, the physician may notify a grandparent, aunt, or uncle in lieu of a parent, if the young woman is not living with her parents and is living with one of those adult relatives.


I sure hope that she did not go to an illegal abortion places...those are so dangerous! And if something happened to her there then they would for sure try to hide it. But....on a Sunday??? with only a few hours for the procedure and to get back home? Strange , why would they say this?
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« Reply #172 on: April 05, 2010, 10:22:22 PM »


Posted by Shelly Strauss Rollison at 4:02 pm
April 5, 2010

Missing Kids and the Media

Recently another child— Kayleah Wilson— went missing in Greeley, Colorado. My wife and I have friends who live in Greeley and this is affecting them personally. So I went onto the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s website and did a search for missing kids in Colorado. There were 26 children currently listed as missing from just that state alone. And it’s a certainty that those 26 aren’t the only kids who disappeared from Colorado.

The true number of missing children is staggering! Over 2000 children every day are reported missing. Some are runaways and may or may not contact someone to let them know they are safe and may or may not return to their families. The vast majority of kids are recovered safely. They are lost or hurt in accidents and taken to the hospital without the parents’ knowledge or they were taken by a family member, often in a custody dispute. The child may only be missing for minutes, for example, a child lost in a mall who is shortly reunited with his/her parents, or even for more than a day, as in the case of the 4 year old who was missing for more than 24 hours in Oregon earlier this month. Of course, we’re all familiar the cases of Elizabeth Smart (missing 8 months),  Shawn Hornbeck (missing more than 4 years) and Jaycee Dugard (more than 18 years in captivity).

For some families, the questions never end. There is no body found, sometimes even no evidence of foul play. Did their child run away? Was their child abducted? Did something happen to their child, like falling in a river and drowning? But for about 100 families of missing children, the news is the absolute worst: their child is murdered by their abductor, usually within the first three hours after the abduction.

It seems at least once a week, there’s a story on the national networks about a recently missing child. Unfortunately, not all missing child reports receive equal treatment even when the end result is the same: a child found murdered. Why is it that some stories are carried day after day, even after the child’s been found dead, and some stories barely receive any notice?

Many argue there is a racial and gender bias. Currently, the FBI has files on over 100,000 missing adults and children. Most of the missing adults being tracked are men. One in five those abducted/kidnapped is black. And yet the vast majority of cases seen by the media involve white (or light-skinned) female children who are relatively attractive. Yet despite making up only 12% of the population, blacks currently make up about 29% of those missing persons cases being tracked by the FBI. I can guarantee you that 29% of the missing persons stories covered in the national media are not of missing African Americans.

Even when both victims are white females, coverage isn’t always equal. In cases like these, it comes down to where you live, whether there are signs of foul play and, unfortunately, how well your family can “work” the media. And that’s sad that any child would remain endangered because the media is worried about ratings.

It’s time to make the protection of our children our primary concern. I think it should be required that every child who is reported missing for more than a day, regardless of why they are missing, should have their picture shown on the national networks, either on the air or on their web page. No, it won’t do anything to help those children who are murdered within the first three hours of their abduction. But then again, by the time an AMBER alert is issued, that too is usually too late for those children.¹ The pictures of the missing kids should be kept up there until they are found and the networks should foot the bill for age progressing the pictures once a year. Really, how costly can that be to a major network? It’s time for the media to do something for society and not just for ratings.

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¹ Before an AMBER alert can be issued, police need to determine that an abduction has taken place and there needs to be sufficient information about the description of the child, the abductor and/or the abductor’s vehicle. This often takes more than three hours since it often takes parents that long to even determine their child is missing. In the case of Kayleah Wilson mentioned above, she left her home to go to a birthday party and her mother didn’t even realize she was missing until she failed to come home from the party. Even now, an AMBER alert has not been issued for Kayleah more than a week later.

http://blogs.alternet.org/rainbowlady/2010/04/05/missing-kids-and-the-media/
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« Reply #173 on: April 06, 2010, 12:36:01 AM »

I luv statistics...and this is so true.

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Many argue there is a racial and gender bias. Currently, the FBI has files on over 100,000 missing adults and children. Most of the missing adults being tracked are men. One in five those abducted/kidnapped is black. And yet the vast majority of cases seen by the media involve white (or light-skinned) female children who are relatively attractive. Yet despite making up only 12% of the population, blacks currently make up about 29% of those missing persons cases being tracked by the FBI. I can guarantee you that 29% of the missing persons stories covered in the national media are not of missing African Americans.


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« Reply #174 on: April 06, 2010, 01:03:27 AM »

I think this girl is hiding atleast I hope.
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« Reply #175 on: April 06, 2010, 01:15:17 AM »

I would hope so.
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« Reply #176 on: April 06, 2010, 08:49:12 AM »

Kayleah Wilson case: ‘You're the person we're trying to help'

Mike Peters


Members of the Union Colony Fire/Rescue Authority search the bottom of a small pond Monday near U.S. 34 and 35th Avenue behind Home Depot for the missing 12 year-old Kayleah Wilson. The search continues in remote areas for the Greeley girl who has been missing for nine days.
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A videotape that shows 12-year-old Kayleah Wilson walking by the mall Sunday afternoon shows the girl made it that far in her reported walk to a birthday party that afternoon, an FBI agent announced Monday.

Also Monday, Greeley Police Chief Jerry Garner spoke as if he thinks Kayleah might still be alive when he made a plea to the girl to come home.

“We want you to get back safe,” Garner said. “You're not in trouble. You're the person we're trying to help.” He said he wanted to make sure Kayleah is not hiding out, afraid to return now that the case has turned into a national media event with so many officers and agents involved.

The girl was last seen by her mother March 28 as she left their home across the highway from the mall. She said she was walking to a birthday party south of the shopping center.

FBI special agent-in-charge James Davis said authorities have located surveillance video that shows Kayleah outside the Greeley Mall, apparently en route to the birthday party, which was in the 1900 block of 30th Street. She appeared to be all right at that time, walking alone. The FBI did not say exactly where outside the mall she was walking, nor where she was supposed to meet a friend.

Although they've received more than 300 tips and have been to 1,000 homes in the investigation, officials said Monday they believe someone out there knows more about the disappearance of Kayleah.

The FBI also announced Monday it is offering a $10,000 reward for information that will lead to the girl's return. “We believe there's still information out there with people who haven't come forward yet,” Davis said.

The number of law enforcement officials on the case has reached close to 100, with Greeley police, the FBI and the Weld County Sheriff's Office involved.

Sheriff John Cooke said Monday that 16 full-time deputies, another 15 Weld County Sheriff's Posse members and several volunteers are helping with the case. There are 45 to 55 FBI agents working at different times on the case, and 25 to 30 Greeley police officers.

Davis said authorities would not talk about the girl's family or whether there was any discord. He said to remember that Kayleah is a preteen and difficult discussions occur between parents and their children.

He also said while there isn't a direct “person of interest” as a suspect in the case, “We have people we're looking at right now and checking them out.”

Meanwhile, police and agents continue to go door-to-door in the neighborhoods around the girl's house and near the Greeley Mall.

Monday afternoon, divers from Union Colony Fire were again at the ponds west of the Home Depot on 35th Avenue, where the Greeley Elks Club Golf Course once stood. Six dive team members waded through the waist-deep water, probing the bottom with long rods. Dive teams may search other lakes this week. They were not following specific leads, but just checking different lakes in the area at the request of the FBI.

‘Come home'
Ken Turner is the cousin of missing 12-year-old Kayleah Wilson and said Monday that the family hopes she has just run away and is hiding out, too afraid to come home.

“Don't worry about that, Kayleah,” Turner said in an open message to his cousin. “We just want to know you're safe and want you to come home.”

He said they have no knowledge that she simply ran away, that none of her friends have told the family that information, but they want to make sure Kayleah knows she's welcome to come home.

Turner, who is the designated family spokesman, also said Kayleah's cousins in surrounding towns — Eaton, Gilcrest, Fort Morgan and Brush — have all walked the fields surrounding their towns and searched for any evidence of the missing girl.

He said family members have been estranged from each other for many years, but Kayleah's disappearance has brought them back together.

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« Reply #177 on: April 06, 2010, 09:25:18 AM »

What is that on her wrist ?


Anyways.. This is not the 50's and her fear of pregnancy is only over ridden by the male who is most likely way older then 12 getting caught and leading her away for purposes unknown.
Fear that.

Looks like ear bud wires for an mp3 player.  See how it goes part way up near her face?  Sometimes the ear buds/headphones have really long cables. 
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« Reply #178 on: April 06, 2010, 10:52:43 AM »


http://www.shopgreeleymall.com/pages/mall_map/30.php
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« Reply #179 on: April 06, 2010, 10:57:49 AM »

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Going through the mall would not be a short cut, you would actually be going out of your way to go through the mall as it sits pretty far back off of 23rd Avenue behind and Olive Garden and a Road Kill Cafe. But cutting through the parking lot from 23rd ave to 30th st would make sense this would put her walking in front of the JCpenney parking lot and entrance. Also the main store which was a Dillards that would be on the 30th street side is closed so there would be no exit there if she did go in the mall.

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