Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘reward’

Somer Thompson will be laid to rest on Tuesday. Her body was discovered at the Chesser Island Landfill in Folkston, Ga last week after she vanished while walking home from school. Her killer has not been caught.

Memorial for Somer, reward money grow

Reward
First Coast Crime Stoppers and the Justice Coalition announced a combined reward of $32,500 for tips leading to an arrest and conviction in the case. Call the Sheriff’s Office at (877) 227-6911 or Crime Stoppers at (866) 845-8477 (845-TIPS) to remain anonymous or e-mail CART@claysheriff.com.

How to contribute
Anyone interested in assisting the family with expenses related to Somer’s death can do so at any area VyStar Credit Union. A bank account has been set up in the name of Somer Thompson with the account number 0702794000. Residents and businesses wishing to donate to the reward should contact the Justice Coalition at (904) 783-6312 or Crime Stoppers at (866) 845-8477 (845-TIPS). The Justice Coalition also has set up an account, number 3123504437, for people to donate to the reward at two Ameris Bank locations in Jacksonville – 888 Lane Ave. and 4835 Town Center Parkway.

Rally
A rally and fundraiser in support of the family will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Orange Park Town Hall, 2042 Park Ave. There will be an auction, bounce house, bake sale and more.

Funeral
Visitation (open): 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at First Baptist Church of Orange Park, 1140 Kingsley Ave. Memorial service (open): 11 a.m. Tuesday at same location.Graveside service and burial (private): Tuesday, immediately following memorial service, Jacksonville Memory Gardens, 111 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park (procession from Kingsley Avenue to Blanding Boulevard to cemetery property). Reception (private): Tuesday, immediately following burial, First Baptist Church of Orange Park.

Read Full Post »

Does it take psychic ability to envision various horrible outcomes when a child goes missing? After reading the first paragraph of her biography, is further comment necessary?

It is my belief that all who emanate from G_D possess HIS Spirit within them. We all have an innate ability to recognize truth. His Spirit Resists that which is false. When someone is being false with you, His Spirit Gives you a signal. Maybe within the pit of your stomach or maybe you have an unprovoked sense of anger, or a sense to resist the person who is false with you, but whatever your bell is it rings in danger. That Spirit Clashes with that which will be harmful to you. It is only your ego which denies the truth and attempts to assuage your own fears, due to your conflicting desire. Desire and ego mask your inner truth, which is the voice of the clairvoyant.

 

 Psychic makes claim to reward money in Cantu case

TRACY — A Southern California woman is in a dispute with Tracy police over whether her psychic predictions helped them solve the Sandra Cantu murder case.

She thinks she’s entitled to at least a portion of the reward money, totaling more than $30,000, but Tracy police say they never used any information provided by any psychics during the investigation.

Dani Pedlow, based in Los Angeles, said she predicted the little girl would be found in a “barranca—” a Spanish word for canyon or ravine — and that she was killed in a church, and the killer was someone in the trailer park the little girl called home.

Pedlow said she helps solve crimes for a living and recently helped find a Las Vegas runaway and described on a New York radio show how police would capture a serial killer.

She was contacted by a local resident who is also one of her clients.

Update 05-03-09:Tracy Farmworker to Receive $20,000 Cantu Reward

TRACY, CA – A Tracy dairy farmworker who found the remains of 8-year-old murder victim Sandra Cantu last month will receive a reward of more than $20,000 for the discovery, a Tracy police spokesman confirmed Saturday.

Jose Luis Franco, 40, is expected to get a check later this month from the Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation, Tracy police Sgt. Tony Sheneman said.

Related Post:

 A real Psychic Challenge

Random psychic headlines

Cori Baker

A real Psychic Challenge

Clueless?

Psychics and missing children

Read Full Post »

Kara disappeared from Belton, MO on May 4, 2007. She was last seen leaving Belton High School. 

Next week a temporary additional $50,000 reward , offered for Kara’s safe return by her birthday on 2/17/09, will end should she not be located.

Kara Kopetsky
View Kara Kopetsky missing  poster

If you have any information that can lead to locating Kara, please contact one of the authorities listed below.

  • Belton Police Department (816) 331-1500
  • TIPS HOTLINE (816) 474-TIPS

All Calls can remain anonymous

Related Posts:
Kara Kopetsky and 31 other missing children

Kara Kopetsky reward increases by $50,000

Read Full Post »

Central Florida CrimeLine follows the guidelines and directions set out by the Florida Association of Crime Stoppers. According to the Crime Stoppers website:

Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards of up to $1000 to anyone furnishing anonymous information that leads to the arrest of criminals, including those committing serious felony crimes, and fugitives.

Why do we need Crime Stoppers?

Crime Stoppers is based on the principal that “Someone other than the criminal has information that can solve a crime” and was created to combat the three major problems faced by law enforcement in generating that information:

  • Fear of REPRISAL
  • An attitude of APATHY
  • Reluctance to get INVOLVED
  • They don’t list the total award amounts available however they do list these U.S. program statistics which would suggest their average paid reward is approximately $150.

    Arrests Made 477,161
    Rewards Paid $71,270,655

    Central Florida CrimeLine program statistics would suggest their average paid reward is approximately $286.

    Central Florida CrimeLine program statistics

    Arrests Made 1141
    Reward Amounts $327,065

    There has been some debate concerning if a reward should be paid to meter reader Roy Kronk after finding Caylee Anthony’s skeletal remains. At issue is whether he called 911 or CrimeLine; apparently the caller has to call CrimeLine and receive a code number to be eligible. Though CrimeLine may not pay, he may receive a reward from a different source.

    Atty. may offer reward to Caylee tipster


    ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) — An Orange County meter reader may get his reward after all. Orlando Attorney Mark NeJame told FOX 35 that he is strongly considering giving Ray Kronk $5,000 as a reward for finding the body of missing toddler Caylee Anthony.

    NeJame said Kronk is a good guy and did a good thing. He added that without him, Caylee may have never been found.

    NeJame resigned as the attorney for Caylee’s grandparents George and Cindy. Crimeline offered a $5,000 reward for information, but they denied Kronk’s claim on the money because he called 911, and not the crimeline number.

    Update 01-12-09 Man Who Found Caylee Anthony’s Remains Previously Arrested for Kidnapping

    ORLANDO, FL – The man who found Caylee Anthony’s remains faced kidnapping charges in the 1990s. Roy Kronk was arrested for kidnapping his ex-girlfriend. He says he was falsely accused, and a grand jury agreed. They expunged all records relating to the arrest.

    Kronk was hired by Orange County Utilities on May 27th of 2008. According to the information he provided the county, he owned a bail bonds company and worked as a bounty hunter in Kingsport, Tennessee for almost 11 years, ending in 2004.

    Update 02-03-09: Man who found Caylee Anthony’s remains reassigned to new job

    ORANGE COUNTY, FL — The county meter reader who discovered Caylee Anthony’s remains began a new job on Monday.

    Roy Kronk’s attorney says his client will be out of the public eye, working in a warehouse doing inventory control. Kronk found himself in the national spotlight in December after he found Caylee’s remains in a wooded area not far from her home.

    Related Post: Some good deeds do go unrewarded

    Read Full Post »

    Find Kara drive gets giant boost

    A Belton couple that wishes to remain anonymous put up $50,000 Saturday night, a number they hope will, once and for all, entice someone, somewhere, to tell what they know about Kopetsky’s May 2007 disappearance from Belton High School. “There are restrictions on it,” the donor told The Star Herald hours before the Saturday night fund-raiser at Belton’s German-American Club hall on the former Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base.

    “No. 1, she has to come home alive. I believe she is alive and there are a lot of people here that feel the same way. And No. 2, the offer is only good for a limited amount of time.”

     

    According to MyFox Kansas City:

    The group dedicated to finding missing Belton teen Kara Kopetsky has added an additional $50,000 to the fund for information leading to her safe return by her 19th birthday on February 17, 2009. There is already a $30,000 reward for information in her disappearance.

     

    Find Kara Committee

    Find Kara Kopetsky

    Read Full Post »

    In this Fox23 article, ” Strange Accusations Against Adoptive Parents of Missing Boy“, there is a reference to the Find Jaliek Task Force  which has a simple Mission.

    We will do whatever it takes to find Jaliek Rainwalker, shed a positive light on foster care and adoption, and petition for needed resources for adoptive families.

    They have initiated a grassroot effort to find 12-year-old  Jaliek  who has been missing since November 1, 2007. Additional information can also be found at the blog  According to Kim which has been following his disappearance.
    Jaliek Rainwalker reward poster

    Related Post:

    Stephen Kerr – a person of interest

    Missing Jaliek Rainwalker

    Read Full Post »

    Follow

    Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

    Join 36 other followers