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Nicole Mallatt


Nicole Shalee Mallatt

Nicole Mallatt went missing in Bates County, Missouri, on November 25, 2019. Reportedly, her backpack, phone, and shoes were found around 100 yards from where she was living with a longtime boyfriend. There was an Endangered Person Advisory issued, and the Bates County Sheriff’s Office activated the Southwest Missouri Major Case Squad early on. She was last seen wearing a black shirt and jeans.

If you have any information, you are asked to contact the Bates County Sheriff’s Office at 660.679.3232 or the MSHP Missing Persons Unit at 800.877.3452 or 911.

 

If you have any information regarding what happened to Nicole Mallatt, PLEASE call:

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Jennifer Kesse (JenniferKesse.com)

Jennifer Joyce Kesse was 25 years old on the day she disappeared in Orlando, Florida on January 24, 2006. She was beautiful, successful, and had everything to live for. However, an extremely lucky person of interest could not be positively identified. Her case is still unsolved and maybe you know information that could help police and Jennifer’s family finally solve this case.

Person of Interest (JenniferKesse.com)
JENNIFER KESSE
Date(s) of Birth UsedJanuary 24, 1979
Place of BirthUnknown
HairBlonde
EyesBlue
Height4’8″ (at time of disappearance)
Weight75 pounds (at time of disappearance)
SexFemale
RaceWhite

Reward:

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the abductor of Michaela Garecht.

Remarks:

Michaela Garecht was last seen wearing a white t-shirt with the word “Metro” across the front and pictures of people on the midsection. She had on denim pants rolled above her knees, black shoes, and wore three-inch pearl or white colored earrings which resembled feathers.

Details:

Michaela Joy Garecht was nine-years-old when she was abducted by an unknown male assailant in the parking lot of the Rainbow Market in Hayward, California, on the morning of November 19, 1988. She was attempting to retrieve her friend’s scooter that the abductor had moved closer to his vehicle while the girls were inside the market when she was grabbed by the assailant and pulled into a car. Garecht has not been seen or heard from since this date.

 

At the time of the abduction, the suspect was described as being between 18 and 24 years old with a slender build. He was approximately 6’0″ and 180 pounds with dirty blond, shoulder-length hair. He had a pockmarked or pimpled face. He was driving an older model, full-sized four-door sedan, possibly gold or tan in color, with damage to the front bumper.

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If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

Field Office: San Francisco

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nADINE jANE o’DELL

Nadine was last seen walking in Inkster, Michigan, on John Daly Road towards Michigan Avenue, at 9:30 a.m. on August 16, 1974. She was on her way to babysit at her boyfriend’s house in Taylor, Michigan at the time. Her boyfriend was going to meet her there. He arrived, but she never did. Nadine has never been heard from again.

In 2018, authorities announced Arthur Ream was a possible suspect in Nadine’s case and in the disappearances of Cynthia CoonKimberly KingKim Larrow and Kellie Brownlee. A photo of Ream is posted with this case summary.

He was convicted of rape in the 1970s and, in 1986, murdered Cindy Zarzycki, a thirteen-year-old girl who was dating his son. He was convicted of her murder and afterwards, in 2008, he lead authorities to her body, which was buried on in a shallow grave 30 miles from Detroit, Michigan.

While in prison, Ream reportedly told cellmates he was serial killer with four to six victims. In May 2018, police began digging at the same property where Cindy had been buried, expecting to find the bodies of other missing girls there. No human remains were located, however, and the digging stopped after a week. All the cases remain unsolved.

 Source: The Charley Project


Joseph Michael Bolduc

Joseph Bolduc, went missing August 26, 2017 after a routine traffic stop. in Tolleson, Arizona.  The police impounded his Jeep for expired tags and no insurance and they confiscated his Arizona driver’s license.  There is police body camera footage from two police officers that was sent to his sister by the police on a DVD that is 45 minutes long.  Strangely,  five police officers showed up for this routine traffic stop.  Joe was cooperative and polite as the police body camera shows – he was also intermittently crying, very tearful and expressed profound feelings of depression to the police officers – again, all caught on police body camera.

After the Jeep was towed, the Tolleson police gave Joe a courtesy ride to a busy intersection in the next town, Goodyear, Arizona.  Specifically, he was taken to the corner of Estrella Parkway and Van Buren Street.  It was shortly after midnight when he got out of the police cruiser and walked into the Arizona night and has never been seen alive again.

If you have any information please contact the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System at

855-726-7600


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