Discussion in 'The Unidentified' started by Kimster, Jan 29, 2012.
I don't think it would hurt to tell them. The likeness is uncanny.
"Anyone who recognizes Juvenile Jane Doe is asked to contact the Opelika Police Detective Division at 334-705-5220 or on their Secret Witness Hotline at 334-745-8665. People may also call 1-800-CALLFBI. For a closer look at the 3-D likeness of Juvenile Jane Doe, visit the FBI’s website at 1.usa.gov/K5yK8U."
I would give them a call. Sounds to me like they are anxious for a tip. I think there is a likeness as well.
What about Tiaj Smith?
I'm not sure it matches but just throwing out the possibility.... She is believed to be with her father...
TAGEANA ELIZABETH GRIFFITH
REBECCA CANDACE TRIBBLE
What about Selah Lee Davis??? She was only 3 months old when she went missing in 2008??? Just a theory.
??? Was the skull of asian origin? of was it african?
IMO this child has never been reported missing. She may never be id'ed unless extended family realize she is no longer with her parents.
They are saying African American.
Are they finding out any more on this little one?
Bumping for this dear little girl!
what about Jahessye? I see a likeness. I'm not sure how she'd get to Alabama from Arizona, but her mother is thought to have murdered her and her body has not been found. She had also been abused prior to her disappearance and assumed death.
No rule outs listed on namus. Have all of these possible abilities been submitted?
Another thought here, Opelika butts up to the city of Auburn. Anyone could be attending college there from anywhere with a child in tow. You know this child was probably signed up for some kind of disability benefits somewhere. Wish we had a yearly verification system for this so they could see the child at least once a year for benefits to continue. Bet we would have a few caught without the children they claim.
Has this child been mentioned? Latoya Brown. TUSCALOOSA | Only a few names remain on the once-massive list of people missing after the April 27 tornado.
Latoya Brown’s name was one of the nearly 600 on that list in the beginning. Now, it’s one of just five.
Robert and Toye Jackson haven’t heard from their daughter since the day before the tornado.
Latoya Jackson was 21 when she disappeared
How about these?
https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/20491/18 - Natasha Corley, 1, Arizona, August 28th 2006. Would have been 6.
https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/21277/21 - Lluvia McCraw, 3, Texas, December 24th 2008. Would have been 6.
https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/5843/9 - Kyanade Bennett, 4, South Carolina, September 29th 2002. Would have been 13. (Only the skull was found and the photograph is uncanny)
https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/6292/10 - Ta'Niyah Leonard, 11m, Florida, October 29th 2002. Would have been 10.
She got a NCMEC reconstruction!
I was going to say that this child was probably completely 'off-radar' and possibly even an unregistered birth, but if the child did indeed have a disability, then I agree with the poster who said that she was probably signed up for disability benefits.
If her parent/guardian continued to claim these benefits for her, how long would it be before this was reviewed? When she reaches adulthood? Or would it be sooner than that?