MO – Camden County Deputies still searching for missing man in Osage Beach | Lake News Online

Deputies with the Camden County Sheriff’s Office followed up on leads in reference to Chad Hawk, missing from the Sunny Slope Circle area on State Road KK since Thursday afternoon, with negative results so far, according to multiple updates from the department through Friday night.

Around 1:20 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, CCSO mobilized a search in the Osage Beach area and urged drivers to use caution through the area as searchers canvassed the scene, according to a Facebook post from the department.

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Family needs help searching for missing teen with special needs – Cleveland 19 News

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The family of a 14-year-old boy with special needs who went missing is asking for help.

Malik Aziz attends John Marshall School of Engineering. His family is concerned because he has severe ADHD, autism, partial complex seizure disorder and asthma.

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NJ – Cops searching for missing Passaic woman |

PASSAIC — Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a city woman with a medical condition who went missing early Friday morning after getting lost.

Devorah Stubin, 22, of Passaic, went missing after she left her home to pick up her brother in the area of Exit 151 on the Garden State Parkway on Thursday night, Passaic Detective Andrew White said.

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CA – Missing baby Ember’s mother does not want case to go cold

At Jamie Graham’s Anderson home, time has stopped.

Birthdays or holidays aren’t celebrated since the suspicious disappearance of her baby daughter Ember Skye Graham six months ago.

Here, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas came and went with no notice. Her 20th birthday in September was spent around the creeks in Ono. The family hired a diver to search the deep spots for any clues.

By now, Graham has become accustomed to lingering questions about why, after professional search-and-rescue crews and family friends alike combed through the Happy Valley area, she is still searching the ground.

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CA – Ember Graham: Missing Baby’s DNA Confirmed On Pacifier Found On An Ono, California Road

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DNA of missing baby Ember Graham is confirmed to have been found on a pacifier that police discovered lying on a road in Ono, California. KRCR 7 News reports that the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Friday that toxicology tests revealed Ember Skye Graham’s DNA was on the pacifier nipple. The object was found off Platina Road on July 10.

As the Inquisitr previously reported. baby Ember went missing on July 2 and her father, Matthew Graham, was a person of interest. The 23-year-old was killed during a police shootout in Dunsmuir not long after deputies found the pacifier. He absconded authorities with his mother’s cash and handgun, leading police on a 3-day manhunt that eventually concluded with him exchanging gunfire with police. Autopsy results showed that he died of “multiple gunshot wounds” from the shootout. reports that 13 of the law enforcement officers directly involved in the two separate shootouts with Graham are on paid leave during the investigation.

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CA – Deputies search for baby reported missing from crib | Local News – Home

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HAPPY VALLEY, Calif. – The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing baby from Happy Valley.

Family members said 7-month-old Ember Graham was last seen in her crib at 5:30 a.m. Thursday. Some time later in the morning, family members discovered she was missing.

Sheriff’s investigators questioned family members. Relatives said Ember has a seizure disorder and she needs to take medication for it.

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CO – Police looking for missing woman

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FORT COLLINS – Police are looking for a missing 21-year-old woman who suffers from a seizure disorder.

Police said Danielle Lewis was last seen riding her bike at about 11:45 a.m. Thursday near 221 Linda Lane in Fort Collins.

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