05-17-2013, 08:44 PM #1Registered User
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OH - Ashley Leszyeski, 21, Cleveland, 5 May 2013
Cleveland police ask the public's help in locating 21-year-old Ashley Leszyeski of Cleveland who was reported missing Wednesday and has not been seen since May 5.
The woman was living on East 55th Street and had filed a domestic violence complaint against her boyfriend. Originally, police believed the woman's two children were missing, but they have been located with relatives.
Police is asking that anyone with information on the whereabouts of Leszyeski contact the 4th District Detective Bureau at 216-623-5418 or 216-623-5400.
Wonder who reported her missing? It floors me when there is such a lapse of time between last seen & reported missing.
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05-18-2013, 06:28 AM #2
Police Searching for Young Mother
Posted on: 12:00 pm, May 17, 2013,
by Lindsay Buckingham,
updated on: 12:07pm, May 17, 2013
Same information, different news source
05-18-2013, 06:29 AM #3
Errors found in missing persons database
10:52 PM, May 17, 2013
Another case police are asking for help with involves 21-year-old Ashley Leszyeski who disappeared two days ago near Kinsman Road and left her one year old child behind.
05-24-2013, 10:11 AM #4
Night Out for Missing Persons draws out community, tips
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05-26-2013, 07:55 AM #5
Missing Persons Initiative Takes Mobile Approach
Posted on: 10:24 pm, May 23, 2013, by Suzanne Stratford
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Division of Police and the FBI of Greater Cleveland joined forces Thursday for a special missing persons initiative.
05-29-2013, 06:29 AM #6
Missing Woman’s Family Reacts to Body Found in Field
Posted on: 10:19 pm, May 28, 2013,
by Suzanne Stratford,
updated on: 10:30pm, May 28, 2013
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Investigators are trying to determine if a body found Tuesday morning is that of a missing Cleveland woman.
A man walked into the Cleveland Police 4th District Headquarters and reported seeing the woman’s body dumped in the brush at E. 93rd Street and Anderson Avenue.
05-29-2013, 11:29 AM #7
Woman's decomposed body found on Cleveland's east side; Leszyeski family fears worst
Ashley Leszyeski was last seen running an errand at East 93rd Street and Heath -- a site near where the body was found.
Leszyeski said her sister has two young children and would never just leave. The family is hoping for the best but fears the worst.
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05-30-2013, 06:32 AM #8
Body found in Cleveland field ID'd as missing mother
8:53 PM, May 29, 2013
CLEVELAND - A body discovered in a field on East 93rd Street and Anderson Avenue has been positively identified as missing mother Ashley Leszyeski.
Rest in Peace Ms. Leszyeski.
05-31-2013, 02:37 PM #9
Ashley's sister, Tina Leszyeski, said the medical examiner's office told her the body was badly decomposed.
"We are happy we know she wasn't raped. Ashley was struck in the throat by some type of object, punctured some form of bleeding in her throat," Tina Leszyeski said.
Tina said her sister was not small in stature, so she finds it hard to believe that one person was able to take her down. She said she believes there was a struggle.
"I just don't understand how someone so strong, a bigger girl, could easily be drug through that open area and nobody see nothing," Tina said Leszyeski. "We need somebody to come forward for the sake of her babies. Give her kids closure. My sister is not resting right now. She's dead, but she's not resting she's here I know waiting for justice to be served."
Read more: http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/news/loc...#ixzz2UtfNPNUD
05-31-2013, 02:40 PM #10
The discovery marks the fourth incident in two months in the same east side area. On March 24, Jazmine Trotter, 20, was found dead under an abandoned home. Days later, Christine Malone, 45, was killed nearby. A third victim escaped an attacker on East 116th Street. Police have maintained the incidents are not related.
Read more: http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/news/loc...#ixzz2UtfwM0hu
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06-24-2015, 06:39 AM #14
From May 2014:
The family of 21-year-old Ashley Leszyeski wants answers. They are frustrated her killer hasn't been caught.
A small group of family members stood outside of the 4th District Police Headquarters chanting, holding signs and passing out flyers. They hope that someone who knows something comes forward.
05-07-2016, 03:53 PM #15
Family of murder victim still seeking answers 3 years later
The family of murder victim Ashley Leszyeski will hold a candlelight vigil to mark the third anniversary of her murder, in the hopes that someone will come forward with new information that leads to an arrest.
Leszyeski was last seen May 3, 2013. Her mom told Cleveland 19 that her daughter said she was going to the store, and never came back.
“It still hurts a lot and it's very devastating that it's been three years and my sister has passed from a tragic murder at a young age of being only 21 with two young children,” said Heather Leszyeski, Ashley’s older sister.
After weeks of searching, her family said, her body was found in a vacant lot on E. 93rd and Anderson.
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