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Publisher:  Criminal Enterprise Investigations
Tuesday, 19 November 2019 05:02

Illegal Drug Distribution Conspiracy

NEW ZEALAND - Grace Millane, 22, British backpacker, Auckland, 1 Dec 2018 *Arrest* #2
Publisher:  Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community
Monday, 18 November 2019 15:44

Police searching for missing British woman in Auckland

Grace Millane, 22, arrived in New Zealand about two weeks ago and has been in constant contact with her family via messaging service WhatsApp.

But they became alarmed when she didn't respond to birthday messages on Sunday.

Her older brother Michael Millane said they last spoke on Thursday, November 29, and concerns for...

NEW ZEALAND - Grace Millane, 22, British backpacker, Auckland, 1 Dec 2018 *Arrest* #2

Publisher:  Violent Crimes - Murders
Thursday, 14 November 2019 08:04

Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution -- Homicide

Publisher:  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Wednesday, 06 November 2019 12:00

TAYLOR WILLIAMS, Age Now: 5, Missing: 11/06/2019. Missing From JACKSONVILLE, FL. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (Florida) 1-904-630-0500.

Featured Missing Person: Danny Atkins
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Friday, 01 November 2019 11:08

Danny Atkins

Danny Atkins missing from Longs, South Carolina

Danny Atkins was 63 years old at the time of his disappearance and was living in Longs, South Carolina. Danny went missing on January 20th 2015 and has not been heard from since. His car was found on Hickman Road in Tabor City, North Carolina 2 days after his disappearance. Some Tabor City residents have said they saw him near his vehicle and saw him walking along the road towards the nearby Food Lion. Danny’s brother Patrick was going to pick him up for a doctor’s appointment that day and when he arrived he was not at home. 

Danny, or “Pop� as he was affectionately called, was a retired telephone service tech and sometime bartender. He got the nickname “Pop� from his friends who named him that after Pop in Fresh like the Pillsbury Dough Boy. At the time he went missing his brother Patrick recalled that he was becoming forgetful; “He would have moments of confusion and then perfect clarity.�  “Danny was a very outgoing guy who never said anything negative about anyone and found the good in everyone.“ his brother Patrick recalled.

CUE became involved in the case from the beginning and performed ground searches, helped get media involved, worked with law enforcement and even offered a reward. Time passes and 4 and a half years later there are still no answers. As missing persons families know all too well, it is the not knowing that is the hardest part. All families seek resolution, some even call it closure. In the end all families want to bring home their loved one and begin to move forward. That only happens when there are answers. 

There are the never-ending questions of are they still alive, were they harmed, are they just lost, how could this happen, why did this happen, will I ever see them again and the list goes on. As the years go by people begin to forget, but the families of that loved one never do. 

And so, families of the missing move forward by having hope, which on many days, and after many years is often elusive. Because after the media coverage ends and people stop asking, that is what is left, it is also what is needed most!

Cue Center never gives up and works in that hope daily. They continue to work on Danny “Pop� Atkins case. Danny’s brother wants that resolution and answers, he needs them. Danny was liked by everyone and was the life of the party according to his brother. Was he just at the wrong place at the wrong time? Why didn’t he wait for his brother to get him that day, and where was he headed before he had car trouble? We hope to get answers to these questions as we hope to bring Danny home.

If you or anyone you know has any information on this case please contact CUE Center for Missing Persons at (910)232-1687 you may remain anonymous. Or contact the investigating agency; Horry County Sheriff (843) 251-3637

Volunteer Spotlight: Kathleen Keller
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Friday, 01 November 2019 10:02

Kathy Keller

Kathy Keller, Board of Directors Member

Kathleen “Kathy” Keller became interested in missing persons when her son’s friend’s niece, Taylor Beal, went missing.  She then began following Morgan Harrington’s case which led her to CUE Center for Missing Persons.  

Kathy attended her first CUE Conference when Morgan was honored at the Candlelight Vigil. Meeting and riding the bus with Travis Baker’s parents “tugged at her heart.”  In 2014, she told her husband that she wanted to get a puppy or start volunteering. Happily, she did both. Lizzy, her puppy, is her constant companion, she then contacted CUE Founder, Monica Caison, and the rest is history.  

Kathy Keller is a member of the Board of Directors and volunteers to do administrative tasks including entering cases, updating the website, office work, and entering Silver and Amber Alerts for CUE.  

Kathy studied Early Childhood Education in college and while in high school received her cosmetology license.   She loved working with children and taught children with special needs for 34 years.  

Kathy has been married to her husband, Craig for 47 years.  She has three children; Craig Jr., Melissa, and John along with nine grandchildren; Tyler, Hunter, Savannah, Jayden, Madison, Ma’Lae, Ariel, Matthew, Amelia, and one more that is due in May of 2020.

Kathy enjoys going to the beach with her husband to sit and listen to the ocean, renews her faith in Jesus, and spending time with her grandchildren, who keep her young.  

Kathy says, “I am honored and humbled to be a small part of helping and comforting the families of the missing.  We truly are a family and need support from each other. I feel volunteering with CUE was my purpose in life and I am thankful to have found such a wonderful organization.�

To the victims’ families, Kathy says, “never give up hope…and always remember we are here for you to call on and lean on us.�


Patrice and Kathleen

Kathy Keller and fellow Board Member Patrice Floyd

Publisher:  Seeking Information
Thursday, 31 October 2019 06:23

Grand Forks, North Dakota July 3, 2018

Publisher:  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Wednesday, 30 October 2019 11:00

ISABELLA MISENHEIMER, Age Now: 14, Missing: 10/28/2019. Missing From MANDEVILLE, LA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Saint Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office (Louisiana) 1-985-898-2338.

Publisher:  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Wednesday, 30 October 2019 11:00

JORDAN LEWEDAG, Age Now: 13, Missing: 10/18/2019. Missing From NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: North Las Vegas Police Department (Nevada) 1-702-633-9111.

Publisher:  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Wednesday, 30 October 2019 11:00

KENYA BRYANT, Age Now: 15, Missing: 10/22/2019. Missing From DALLAS, TX. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Dallas Police Department (Texas) 1-214-744-4444.

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