Saturday, February 27, 2016

Stephanie Warner- Missing on the 4th of July 2013 from Oregon


                                        Missing Poster from NBC Dateline's "Missing in America" Series

At the time of her disappearance in 2013, Stephanie Warner lived in Ruch, Oregon. She was 45 years-old, an animal loverformer proprietor of the restaurant, Magnolia Grill, and also a person committed to volunteer work in her community.  

She was last seen on the Fourth of July 2013.  That day she attended the Ashland Independence Day Parade where she was filmed walking alongside a float she helped create for the Jackson County Fuel Committee. The JCFC is an organization dedicated to helping low-income residents of Jackson County have access to heating fuel.  

Warner was last seen wearing black pants and pink tank top.  She drove a Green Nissan X-Terra.  She wore a distinctive cross necklace and had several tattoos.  

Please watch this Youtube video for more identifying photos and information on Stephanie Warner:

Monday, February 15, 2016

Rashawn Brazell - Murder & the NYC Subway


11/29/2018:  UPDATE: Kwauhuru Govan was convicted in September 2018 of the 2004 murder of 17 year-old Sharabia Thomas.  He was sentenced to the maximum, 25 years to life.  He is awaiting trial for the murder of Rashawn Brazell. 

UPDATED 1/13/2018:

In February 2017, authorities charged Kwauhuru Govan with the murder of Rashawn Brazell.  At the time, Govan was already in custody, having been charged in November 2016 for the 2004 murder of Sharabia Thomas.  Authorities suspect that Govan may be a serial killer.

Posts with new developments in the case:

                                           Rashawn Brazell, photo from 2004 (Source: NY Daily News)

Eleven years ago, on Valentine's Day 2005, 19 year-old Rashawn Brazell left his home around 7:30 a.m. in the Bushwick area of Brooklyn, NY. A few hours later, his mother, Desire Brazell, became concerned when he did not show up for their scheduled Valentine's Day lunch.  

She had reason to worry.  Rashawn had gone missing.  Three days later, all of New York City would know what happened in one of the city's most grisly murders.  

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Do You Recognize This Voice? The Amber Tuccaro Case


Amber Tuccaro was 20 years old when she went missing from Nisku in Alberta, Canada on August 18, 2010.  At the time, Tuccaro was traveling with her 14 month-old son, and a female friend.  They were on their way to visit the city of Edmonton.  In order to save money, they planned on spending the night in a motel in Nisku.  

Tuccaro decided to go ahead into Edmonton that same night. She left her son with her friend and hitchhiked. She was never seen alive again.  

A conversation she had on her cellphone may have captured the voice of her killer.