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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 22, 2010 by Max

Dr. Cherryl Lamont Pearson was a pediatrician from Bartlett, TN. She was last seen at around 1:00 a.m. on January 5, 2002. Phone records show that she received a call placed from a nearby convenience store payphone at around 2:00 the same morning. Her car was found in a nearby apartment complex a couple of days later but Dr. Pearson was never seen or heard from again.

Anyone with information regarding Cherryl Pearson or her disappearance should contact the FBI Field Office in Memphis at (901) 747-4300.

Dr. Cherryl Pearson’s parents have contributed to a $41,000 dollar reward fund, hoping for information about what happened to her.
Phone number: 901-382-MONY (6669)

Date of birth: August 21, 1964 Date missing: January 5, 2002
Sex: Female
Race: Black
Height: 5’6″
Weight: 160 lbs.
Hair color: Black
Eye color: Brown
Distinguishing marks or characteristics: Diabetic



Posted in Rewards, Rewards - Missing Person with tags , , , , on February 20, 2010 by Max

$100,000 reward offered in case of missing Montana Tech student Joshua Haight, 21 who was last seen when he was dropped him off in downtown Lewistown on July 13, 2005.

A Philadelphia businessman known for his financial assistance in high-profile criminal investigations is providing $100,000 for information about the disappearance of a college student here.

Joe Mammana offered the money as police continue investigating the disappearance of Joshua Haight, 21. Haight was last seen when a person dropped him off in downtown Lewistown on July 13, said Capt. Dave Sanders of the Lewistown Police Department.

Mammana, who has provided reward money in the Natalee Holloway investigation in Aruba, told the Lewistown News-Argus a local clergyman requested his help.

JOSHUA HAIGHT was last seen at 1:00 p.m. on July 13, 2005. He was dropped off by a friend at the intersection of First Avenue and Main Street in Lewistown, Montana, and has not been seen or heard from since. The last time he was seen, Joshua was wearing black shorts and a white t-shirt. Joshua has a scar on his left leg, and an artificial left eye. Joshua’s nickname is Josh.

Joe Mammana has done some real good in helping offer reward money to hopefully get some type, any response to the where abouts of missing people.

“I believe in putting large rewards out to gain information,” said Mammana, an egg tycoon. “I feel it will turn a mother against a son, friend against friend and brother against brother.”

Foul play has not been ruled out in the Haight case and “we have a person of interest,” Sanders said Wednesday. He said it would have been uncharacteristic for Haight to simply leave here without telling others of his plans. Haight, a Montana Tech engineering student, left his wallet and other belongings at home.


Posted in Rewards, Rewards - Missing Person with tags , , , , on February 18, 2010 by Max


Patrick was last seen on January 22, 2010. He may be in or near Brooklyn, New York. Patrick was last seen wearing a red t-shirt, blue jeans, and blue and black Michael Jordan sneakers. He is biracial. Patrick is Black and Hispanic. He has a scar on his left eyelid.NCMC1139843 Black Eye Color: Brown BROOKLYN Missing State : NY 4’8″ Weight: 65 lbs Biracial Age Now: 7 Jan 22, 2010 Nov 28, 2002 Sex: Male Endangered Missing

Circumstances: Alford’s biological mother, Jennifer Rodriguez, was jailed by a Staten Island family court judge who believes she is hiding the child from police. She is being held in contempt of court.

Her son was placed with a foster family last month after the 23-year-old mother was arrested on theft charges.

Police say he had threatened to run away from the foster home because he wanted to be with Rodriguez. According to the New York paper, police believe the boy may have left on his own freewill and could be in danger.

Reward: The reward for help in finding Patrick has been increased to $12,000.

Police are now offering $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person who may be responsible for his disappearance.

The NYPD’s reward offer is tacked on to $2,000 already put up by Crime Stoppers seeking information that may lead to the youngster’s whereabouts.


Posted in Rewards, Rewards - Missing Person with tags , , , , on February 16, 2010 by Max

The details surrounding the disappearance of four-year old Daniel Barter (see age enhanced image)  50 years ago have been washed away by time. In the summer of 1959, Barter and his family were enjoying a camping and fishing trip near Perdido Bay, AL when the little boy went for a walk in the woods…and vanished.

Five decades later, the cold case is heating up. Tuesday night, the hit CBS series “Without a Trace” featured the Barter case which could jump-start a new investigation.

“I don’t know why they haven’t found any remains,” says Foley insurance agent Charlie Hebert. Hebert was Baldwin County’s Civil Defense Director in 1959 and remembers organizing a search for the little boy. “The military went in the woods hand-in-hand through the woods. It was very dense undergrowth.”

Hebert hopes investigators will find answers.

“No, I don’t think he’s alive. I think he was either picked up by people that came through there or was eaten by alligators,” says Hebert.

But Hebert says finding closure could be difficult.

The Baldwin County AL Sheriff’s Office and the FBI are investigating. Detectives are offering a five-thousand dollar reward in the Barter case.


Posted in Rewards, Rewards - Missing Person with tags , , , , on February 5, 2010 by Max

On the evening of July 3rd, 2009 Tony Luzio had gone to a friend’s house to play some cards. Afterward Tony stopped at a local hangout to meet up with some more friends. At approximately 2:30 a.m. the group went to a party less than one mile from Tony’s parents.

Witnesses say they saw Tony leaving the party at around 4 a.m. They assumed he was heading to his apartment though he had given the key to one of his friends. That was the last time that anyone saw Tony.

On July 4th, Tony was supposed to work at The Limited Brands Inc., where he worked third shift as security. However, he never showed. His parents had not heard from that day. Tony’s family says that missing work and not being in touch with his parents is extremely out of character for him.

Anthony Luzio’s (his Dad) investigative instincts kicked in and he left home immediately and began searching for his son. When he could not locate him he called the local police department and reported his son missing

Tony is 6 feet 3 inches tall, weighs 200 pounds and has brown hair and eyes. The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office said Luzio was driving a silver four-door 2004 Honda Civic with license plate number DCA 5615. The car has a Bush-Cheney sticker on the rear window. There is a $100,000 reward being offered for information about Tony’s disappearance

Investigative Agency:  Delaware County Sheriff’s Office
Phone:  (877) 645-8477
Alternate Phone:  (740) 833-2813
Investigative Case #:  05-003290



Posted in Rewards, Rewards - Missing Person with tags , , , , on February 3, 2010 by Max

McCLEARY, Wash. — Officials have announced a larger reward for information in the disappearance of a young girl missing since last summer, and investigators are planning a renewed search effort.

Grays Harbor County Undersheriff Rick Scott on Wednesday said a reward of $20,000 is available for anyone who helps find Lindsey Baum, who vanished June 26 after leaving a friend’s house to walk home.

The new money, which ups the reward from the previous offer of $10,000, is being provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Scott said.

Lindsey was 10 years old when she vanished; now she’d be 11, and her family is holding out hope that someone will come forward with information.

“Our world is standing still,” said Lindsey’s mom, Melissa Baum. “It’s hard to stand here and watch the entire world keep going on when we’re just frozen in time waiting for her to come home.

“If there’s anybody who knows anything, even if you suspect something, if you would just please call law enforcement.”

Investigators have received hundreds of tips, but no substantial leads. Volunteer searches have turned up nothing but frustration.

Over the last six months, Lindsey’s mother and the police chief appeared on a national TV programs to urge anyone with information to call investigators, and Lindsey was even featured on the cover of People Magazine.

FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Ron Twersky said a new group of investigators has been looking at the case to provide an outside review and offer suggestions on how to re-start the search for Lindsey.

Twersky said agents will be going over old ground, searching many of the areas they looked at before and talking with many of the people who have already been interviewed.

The FBI will also be employing several new tactics, Twersky said, but he would not detail what those efforts would entail.

Lindsey’s mom, meanwhile, is not giving up.

“Lindsey if you can hear me, I love you and I’m not going to stop looking for you, I swear,” she said. “I will bring you home.”


Posted in Rewards, Rewards - Missing Person, Wanted Fugitive with tags , , , , , on February 1, 2010 by Max

A $15,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Lester William Hobbs, 46. Hobbs is suspected in the kidnapping of Aja Johnson, 7, and the murder of her mother, Tonya Hobbs.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Marshals Service in Oklahoma are offering the reward. Anyone with information that could be helpful to the investigation should call the U.S. Marshals Service in Oklahoma City at (405) 231-4206.

Aja Danielle Johnson is 4 feet tall, with brown eyes and brown hair. She weighs 65 pounds.

Lester Hobbs is 6 feet, 1 inch tall and weighs 190 pounds. He has green eyes, brown hair, and multiple tattoos, including the word “Tony” on his left forearm and wings on his chest. He was last seen driving a white 1995 Toyota Paseo with Oklahoma license plate 577BPW. The rear window may be broken out.

The Texas Department of Public Safety had issued an Amber Alert for Aja Johnson earlier this week, but had to discontinue the alert because no additional leads were being received about her possible location.