Official says she’s ‘led to believe’ body is missing Smithville, TX woman Christine Mohler

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The Bastrop County Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace said Friday that evidence found by a search party leads her to believe a body discovered Wednesday in a wooded area near Bastrop belonged to a 25-year-old Smithville woman who was listed as missing on Aug. 7.

Earlier on Thursday, the sheriff’s office issued a statement saying it could not confirm the deceased was Christine Mohler, who was listed as missing after she did not show up to work at a Bastrop fast food restaurant.

“With the evidence that was found today by searchers that scoured the property, I am led to believe it was (Mohler),” said Donna Van Gilder, Bastrop County Pct. JP 1. “I cannot say with 100 percent certainty that it was her.”

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Smithville, TX woman Christine Mohler reported missing | www.statesman.com

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Smithville police are investigating the disappearance of a woman who has gone missing after officials say she didn’t report to work at her job at a Bastrop fast food restaurant.

Officials said 25-year-old Christine Mohler of Smithville, a cashier at the Bastrop KFC at Chestnut and Texas 95, has been officially listed as “missing” since Thursday, Aug. 7, though family members say she’s been out of touch for more than a week.

“She supposedly lived with her parents in Smithville, but had been staying with someone in Bastrop,” said Detective Jad Hubbard with the Smithville Police Department. “We’re following up on some leads, and we’ve put her in the (Texas Department of Public Safety) missing persons database.”

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NCSO seeks missing teen Jordan Aaron | Newton Citizen

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COVINGTON — The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about a 14-year-old girl who has been missing for more than a month.

Jordan Marie Aaron was last seen at 11:30 p.m. Thursday, May 15. When her parents went to her room around 7 a.m. the next day, she was not in her bed and her red wheeled suitcase was missing from her closet, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

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Police: Missing girl Desiree Wade’s posts on social media ‘of concern’ | www.wpxi.com

PITTSBURGH — Authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 17-year-old girl.

According to police, Desiree Wade, from Harrisburg, is currently enrolled at Job Corps in Pittsburgh.

Wade, investigators said, suffers from depression and has posted information on social media that is of concern to police.

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Search Underway for Twin Sisters Audrey & Hazel Segura Missing Since Saturday From Sylmar | KTLA 5

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Police were asking for help from the public in locating twin sisters who disappeared from their home on Saturday.

Audrey and Hazel Segura were last seen around 8 p.m. on July 5 in the 14400 block of Lyle Street in Sylmar, according to a news release from the Los Angeles Police Department.

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Beaverton police: Missing Arizona girl Sheyenne Garnett found safe in Calif. | Local & Regional | KATU.com – Portland News, Sports, Traffic Weather and Breaking News – Portland, Oregon

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UPDATE: Police say Sheyenne Garnett has was located safe in San Jose, California. Investigators said she was communicating with a San Jose boy who she met on social media. The boy’s father confirmed that Sheyenne was at his house.

San Jose Police were took Sheyenne into protective custody at 10:30 p.m. because she was a runaway.

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Tiffany Sessions missing: Father of missing student urges parents not to give up on missing kids – CBS News

Missing kids. 125? Or 58,200? Depending on who you ask, the numbers are all over the board.

Stranger “stereotypical” kidnappings, which tend to be more long-term kidnappings by strangers, are rare. These are situations where a child is held overnight, transported 50 miles or more, ransomed, killed or held hostage on a more permanent basis. This type of kidnapping occurs less than 150 times a year.

But non-family abductions, which are more short- term kidnappings oftentimes occurring for reasons of sex and/or robbery, are a much more prevalent problem. There are a reported 58,000 every year.

One thing is certain; all these types of abductions are serious threats to our children and can be a long and sometimes heartbreaking journey for their families.

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