I don't think there are any duplicates here from post one. I tried to weed out duplicates:
I hope these cases give hope.
UPDATED: 5:51 pm EST February 6, 2006
". . .Olga Khaleel was last seen Jan. 10 after dropping off her two children at a relative's home. . ."
". . . Andre Khaleel said his wife was on the cell phone with his secretary and told her she had to end the call so she could go into the bank.
"She said she was at the bank, when she gets out from making the deposit, she will return the call. That is the last we heard from her," Andre Khaleel said.. . ."
" . . .Andre Khaleel, who has been married to Olga for 12 years and known her for 14, said that in the past, his wife has always been in the right place at the right time. . ."
". . ."I'm just so distraught at this moment. I just don't have words to describe to you what I'm going through at this time," Andre Khaleel said. "The kids are asking questions at this point. They're tearing up. They know something is wrong. Obviously, they've never gone four hours without their mother. Today's the eighth day." . . ."
". . .Davie police said Monday that a man visiting South Florida for a family reunion saw the missing persons flyer at local store and recognized Khaleel. He then notified police. . ."
Michael Ghebreysus, 49
(Grand Rapids, October 30, 2005, 6:01 p.m.) He was missing for a week and now a Grand Rapids cab driver has been found.
Michael Ghebreysus, 49, is now home with his family. But there are still many questions about where he was and what he was doing.
For days, West Michigan police agencies and family members were looking for cab driver Michael Ghebreysus. His cab was found abandoned in a Muskegon Heights church parking lot, unlocked with the keys inside.
Friends and family feared the worst, posting pictures of the "missing person" all over the area.
"It was difficult and hardest time for me," said his wife, Mena Woldemicem.
Dec 17 2005 12:00AM
" . . .Minot police have been talking with Sariah Olsen, the 27-year-old woman who was found in Minnesota nearly three weeks after she disappeared. . ."
". . .A woman whose disappearance sparked controversy regarding the release of inmates from the Montgomery County Jail has been arrested in Harris County and is no longer considered a missing person.
Witten's father reported her missing 3 days after she was released from the Montgomery County Jail on Nov. 3. Ray Gonzalez said his daughter called him around 10 p.m. on the night of her release saying she needed to get home, but had no money. He said he offered to pay for a bus ticket and she agreed. "She was supposed to call back and tell me where to send the money," Gonzalez said, "but I never heard from her again.". . ."
". . .Gonzalez said Witten had a 2-year-old child at home in San Antonio, along with her younger siblings, ages 15 and 18, who were devastated by her disappearance. He said she was close to her family and was certain she had met with foul play. He and Witten's aunt were upset at the circumstances of her release.
"She was an attractive girl, 250 miles from home and they put her out on the street at night with no money," Rebecca Gonzalez said in an earlier Courier story. . ."
Raymond Power Jr
February 14, 2006
" . . . CHICAGO -- A man missing from his New York home for nearly seven months turned up at a homeless shelter in Chicago, unharmed but apparently oblivious to how he ended up 1,000 miles from home or that he had a family searching for him.
Raymond Power Jr., 57, an attorney from New Rochelle, N.Y., and a former police officer, has been living in the Pacific Garden Mission, at 600 South State St., under the name "Jay Tower" and selling newspapers on the street, police said Tuesday.
Chicago detectives said Power apparently suffered from amnesia and did not know he had a wife and two kids in New York.. . ."
February 25, 2006
". . . Donna Haddad, 24, hasn't been seen since Wednesday afternoon. That's when her family in Hammond, Indiana, says Hadded went to the library. She was supposed to attend a night class that day but never made it.
Haddad's family believes the woman was kidnapped. They have filed a missing person's report with the Hammond police department. . . ."
02/27/2006 | 12:12 PM
"Missing Calumet College student Donna Haddad has been located. . ."
" . . .Munster police yesterday stopped at Ridge Road and Calumet Avenue to investigate an argument. Haddad was one of those involved in the argument. Munster police determined that she wasn't in any danger, but did not know where she had been for the last several days. . ."
Mar 27, 2006
" . . . Terri Helkenn pondered her missing son's fate for 23 years. Her life has been one of agonizing questions and dark thoughts as to what may have happened to her oldest child.
Tirelessly inspired by a wrenching need to know, she has spent more than two decades looking for John Humbard. Last summer she found him -- thanks, in part, to an article in the Tri-Valley Herald. The child she last saw as a young man has advanced well into middle age with a wife and family of his own. . . ."
" . . .Never underestimate a young person's capacity to justify their actions and rationalize their decisions," Humbard -- now 43 -- said. "Events sweep you up. I got married. I had kids. There are a lot of 'whys' behind this. . ."
Christopher Andrew Bell
Tuesday, 04 April 2006
" . . . Virginia Tech Police have declared a student missing. University officials seek assistance in locating the whereabouts of Christopher Andrew Bell, height 5'7", male Caucasian, weight 140 pounds, hazel eyes, and brown hair.
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Wednesday, 05 April 2006
" . . .Virginia Tech Police say a student reported missing yesterday has been found in Grayson County. Police say he is in good health. We do not yet have word on exactly what part of Grayson County 19-year-old Christopher Albert was in or why he was there. . ."
Mike Icke, 30, St. George, Utah
April 5, 2006
ST. GEORGE A man reported missing in southern Utah for five days turned up unexpectedly Wednesday afternoon, riding a bicycle on a city street.
Michael Icke, 30, disappeared from his St. George home Friday after leaving to go for a bicycle ride, police said. When he didn't show up at either of his two jobs over the weekend, his employers reported him missing on Monday, said St. George Police Sgt. Craig Harding.
Claude Van Tassel
Thursday, February 15, 2007
" . . .Claude Van Tasse doesn't want to come home.
It was nearly five years ago that the well-known auctioneer from Lyman, Maine, and father of 12 went missing while shopping at the Dover Ames store with his wife. Van Tassel told her he was going to get a cup of coffee — and was never heard from again. . ."
Angelique M. Beecher 22 yrs old
August 16, 2007
" . . .Nothing at the apartment indicates foul play
there’s no evidence of any sort of struggle, he said.
All of her clothing remained at the complex and her purse was also there, Lemke said. . . ."
Found:Missing Fond du Lac Woman Found Safe
Aug 17, 2007 05:04 AM CDT
Fond du Lac police say a missing woman has been found safe.
An e-mail press release sent by officers at 1:00 Friday morning said that 22-year-old Angelique Beecher, known as "Angel", had been located in northwestern Wisconsin.
She was found at about 12:30 Friday morning.
She was with a friend and his family.
Police say she had not told her family that was going to take a trip.
Her family had not had contact with her since August 8th.
They were concerned because she is cognitively disabled.