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Publisher:  Criminal Enterprise Investigations
Thursday, 23 January 2020 03:02

Conspiracy to Distribute 50 Grams or More of a Mixture or Substance Containing a Detectable Amount of Methamphetamine

IN - Grandfather charged in cruise ship death of toddler Chloe Wiegand #6
Publisher:  Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community
Wednesday, 22 January 2020 21:30

Grandfather of toddler who died after falling from cruise ship window charged with negligent homicide

Several of us here on WS had discussed that the grandfather was negligent in holding little Chloe up to the open window...

IN - Grandfather charged in cruise ship death of toddler Chloe Wiegand #6

Kathy Day, PhD | Instructor | What You Can Learn from Forensic Anthropology | Read More
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Wednesday, 22 January 2020 14:44

Skeleton Keys- What You Can Learn from Forensic Anthropology

Topics will include:

How we tell animal vs human bones

What we can and can’t tell from bones

Death scene preservation and bones

Mass Fatalities and Forensic Anthropology

Interesting Cases and Identification Using Forensic Anthropology

Kathy Day PhD

Kathy earned her degree in forensic anthropology and never looked back. Kathy resides in New Jersey where she grew up but she spent the last 40 years living in Alaska. While there she  worked for the Alaska State Medical Examiner’s Office and while there she worked on many missing person’s cases.  She also has been an instructor for the University of Alaska for the past 30 years. She is now doing distance courses for them. Currently Kathy works as a Deputy Coroner for Northampton County Pennsylvania. She is also a cadaver dog handler and has three German Shepherds. She was involved in search and rescue in Alaska for many years as a member of Alaska Solstice Search Dogs and now is a K9 handler for Search and Rescue Teams of Warren County New Jersey. Kathy has also traveled around the world and recently returned from Africa. She is a member for a federal incident management team, is a former DMORT team member and has been involved in identification of individuals in instances of mass fatalities. That work has taken to her to Haiti, Puerto Rico, Rwanda and Cambodia.

KasCie Page | Candle Light Vigil Vocalist | Read More
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Wednesday, 22 January 2020 14:22

KasCie was born in Myrtle Beach SC and relocated to North Carolina fourteen years ago. She began singing at the the age of 3, and is employed as a paralegal for Truist Financial. KasCie sings at various charity events along and has many recording in Nashville, Tennessee; traveling along the coast to perform her music. In 2017 KasCie opened for Ricky Skaggs and at the Kentucky Thunder in Atlanta, Georgia. Visit


Nashville recording artist

2017 CCMA Female Entertainer of the year

2016 Florida CM Radio Entertainer of the Year


Missing: OSIEL RICO (NM)
Publisher:  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Tuesday, 21 January 2020 12:00

OSIEL RICO, Age Now: 3, Missing: 01/05/2020. Missing From ROSWELL, NM. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Rosewell Police Department (New Mexico) 1-576-624-6770.

Ki Gruelle | Speaker | Intimate Partner Violence: Effective Procedure, Response and Policy | Read More
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Sunday, 19 January 2020 16:51

Kit Gruelle is a survivor of domestic violence, who has worked as an advocate for battered women and their children for 33 years. As a renowned community educator, she has trained scores of advocates, criminal justice professionals (law enforcement, prosecutors, magistrates and judges), health care providers, clergy, legislators, educators and other allied professionals, and has guest lectured at colleges, universities, medical and law schools, schools of social work and public heath, and departments of sociology, women’s studies, and psychology on violence against women and children.

In 1996, while she was working at Family Violence and Rape Crisis Services in Pittsboro, NC, she created and managed the BRIDGES Program, one of the first Coordinated Community Response (CCR) programs in North Carolina. In 2012, she graduated from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina with a BS in Sociology (concentration in gender-based violence). For the last twenty-one years, she has been a Subject Matter Expert and trainer for California POST (Peace Officers Standards and Training), helping develop training films and curricula for first responders, public safety dispatchers, and hostage/crisis negotiators. She has served as an expert witness for battered women in both state and federal court. She is the subject of Private Violence, an intimate and compelling documentary on domestic violence which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and premiered on HBO in October of 2014. An interview with Gruelle and director Cynthia Hill can be seen at She co-authored, in 2017, with Dr. Elicka Peterson Sparks, a textbook on gender based violence, Intimate Partner Violence: Effective Procedure, Response and Policy.

Ms. Gruelle works as an advocate and consultant across the country.

Penny Carr Britton | There’s no moving on, I must contiinue on | Vigil Speaker | Read More
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Sunday, 19 January 2020 16:09

Penny graduates from Central Catholic High School in 1961. She attended the University of Toledo and was Head of Pre-School education at Blessed Sacrament Church for 13 years. Penny taught Catechism classes for three years at Christ Presbyterian Church and is a licensed real estate agent since 1984. She is a life long supporter, volunteer and aids in fund raising for Community United Effort (CUE) since 1998. Currently she volunteers for ProMedica hospice. She is the mother of Margaret “Peggy” Carr who was abducted in the spring of 1998 and recovered in November of the same year.

Kelly Ann Walker | Instructor | CPR and First Aid | Read More
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Friday, 17 January 2020 16:41

Kelly is a retired sergeant with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office in Tallahassee, Fl. with 32 years of Law Enforcement experience and 8 years of Law Enforcement K-9 experience.

She been involved with Search and Rescue since 2004 and has been a CUE Volunteer with The CUE Center since 2009. She has certified canines in Human Remains Detection and Trailing. Her Certifications have been with North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA) and through National Association of Search and Rescue (NASAR) as well as the National Network of Canine Detector Services (NNOCDS) and American Work Dog Association (AWDA) National Association of Search and Rescue and United K9s. She is also a trailing instructor for NNOCDS and Florida Public Safety Institute and United K9s. She is a Human Remains Detection instructor for CUE HRD Specialty Training. She is an evaluator and with NASAR.

She has numerous seminars and classes, ranging from search and rescue techniques, crime scene preservation, NIMS, HAZMAT training, Blood borne Pathogens education, and am First Aid and CPR Instructor through the American Health and Safety Institute (ASHI).  I am also a Florida State Outreach Coordinator for Community United Effort (CUE) Center for Missing Persons.


Trailing (NAPWDA, NNOCDS, NASAR, United K9s)



Florida State K9 Instructor Criminal Justice and Training Commission (CJSTC)

Florida State General Instructor with CJSTC

First Aid Instructor (CJSTC)

CPR Instructor (ASHI)

Trailing Instructor/Evaluator for NNCDS, United K9s


Stephanie White | Instructor | CPR and First Aid | Read More
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Friday, 17 January 2020 15:59

Lead Instructor – Stephanie White

In 1987 Stephanie began her with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office which lead to her teaching part time at the Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy in 1994.  Her real passion was teaching, and in 1999  she left LCSO and became a full time instructor/coordinator at the Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy.   In 2002 Stephanie became the Medical First Responder Program Coordinator at the Florida Public Safety Institute/Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy.

Currently Stephanie is a CJSTC,  FDLE  Instructor certified in First Aid and Defensive Tactics.  She is also a CPR and First Aid Instructor/Instructor Trainer and a Training Center Director for the American Safety and Health Institute.  She has trained thousands of law enforcement, corrections and probation officers over the years in CPR and First Aid.  In addition Stephanie serves as a member of the First Response K-9 Search Team in Tallahassee, Florida and as a Florida State Outreach Coordinators for the CUE Center for Missing Persons.

Publisher:  Violent Crimes - Murders
Wednesday, 15 January 2020 05:41

Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution or Giving Testimony - First Degree Murder

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