MADELINE AUMILLER - Whereabouts Unknown since Feb '12; DL found in BSL's possession

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  1. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    If she did jump out of his truck, and she probably did, she must have a good sense of intuition. She was probably reading his evil mind, and picked up on what he was thinking. She has enough street smarts to recognize the Devil when she sees him.
     


  2. reedus23

    reedus23 Well-Known Member

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    We don't know with 100% certainty that the "Round Rock" lady that ran is MA. LE did say everything they know about the lady involved in the "Round Rock" incident is consistent with the MA for whom they found her ID at BSL's home. Personally, I hope flick is right that she is alive and well somewhere. While I hope it, I don't believe any statement BSL makes concerning a lady running out of her vehicle. I would like to know when BSL made this statement to the Austin gf.
     
  3. Poinsetta

    Poinsetta New Member

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    We can only hope that if MA is alive and aware of everyone looking for her, that she would go to a pay phone or borrow a cell and give a call to someone saying she is alive. That's all we want to know. If she is alive and aware of everyone's concern for her and is still not making contact then I don't know what to think. It takes almost no effort to call and say I'm okay but I don't want to be found and I am alive. Then that would be that.
     
  4. Bonfire of Inanities

    Bonfire of Inanities New Member

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    Flickeringflame, you said you have an idea of whom she might be staying with. Have you given the police that name or tried contacting that person?
     
  5. Bonfire of Inanities

    Bonfire of Inanities New Member

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    Does anyone have a recent photo of MA that they could post a link to?
     
  6. Houston Mom

    Houston Mom Well-Known Member

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    justwannahelp Well-Known Member

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    I'm sorry. I didn't mean to insinuate that her brother had anything to do with it. Not sleuthing him AT ALL. I totally understand that some people aren't really missing - they are just hopping around. So I get that he didn't file a report. But, now that her license was found at BSL's and we have heard this story about the 50 something year old woman hitchhiking in Beaumont, I hope the family files a report. LE told MA's friend that they couldn't investigate any further until an official missing report was filed.
     
  8. Bonfire of Inanities

    Bonfire of Inanities New Member

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    Do you remember the name of the dentist? It might come in handy if -- heaven forbid -- identification needs to be made from dental records.
     
  9. Bonfire of Inanities

    Bonfire of Inanities New Member

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    JustWannaHelp, I think the fact that they found her ID in the possession of a possible serial killer is enough for them to investigate on. They don't need a missing-person's report. I do find it odd, though, that the family hasn't filed one themselves, but instead gave flickeringflame the okay to file one for them.
     
  10. flickeringflame

    flickeringflame New Member

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    Bonfire,I joined in with the same LE Detective as MA's family.

    Why do you keep questioning and doubting me ?????
     
  11. Bonfire of Inanities

    Bonfire of Inanities New Member

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    I think you misunderstand. I wasn't doubting you. I was wondering why the family didn't file their own missing-persons report.
     
  12. Bonfire of Inanities

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    Earlier you said that you didn't want to file a missing-person's report without the family's permission. Then you said you had received that permission. I just wondered why they didn't file one themselves.
     
  13. Bonfire of Inanities

    Bonfire of Inanities New Member

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    I hope you're right.
     
  14. flickeringflame

    flickeringflame New Member

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    You are right Bonfire,It depends on which LE Branch that you use as to whether a missing person needs to be filed.I found this out !!

    Once I saw the problem of filing a missing person I had to drop the LE Branch that I was using and joined in with the Detective used by MA's family.
     
  15. flickeringflame

    flickeringflame New Member

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    Bonfire,MA's Family did not file a missing person because you don't need one with the LE Branch that they are using !!
     
  16. Bonfire of Inanities

    Bonfire of Inanities New Member

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    FlickeringFlame, has a missing-person's report been filed?
     
  17. mysterygirl

    mysterygirl A Nancy Drew Wannabe

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    You are a good friend flickeringflame. I don't like that her stuff was found in that freaks house!
     
  18. Bonfire of Inanities

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    Oops. Disregard my last question as to whether one's been filed. Sometimes posts appear as I'm writing a reply that I haven't yet seen. Still, you'd think just to get her photo out there to the public, they'd file one. Perhaps someone's seen her. Maybe you could talk them into filing it.
     
  19. CajunGirl

    CajunGirl Slap Mah Fro!

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    Even if they don't wanna call it a Missing Person's flyer, a flyer in general w/ her picture would be super helpful. Someone has/had seen her...from the sound of it, she has a very distinctive appearance. If she frequented places, they would be familiar with her.
     
  20. AbbieNormal

    AbbieNormal Runs With Scissors

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    Just as an aside, my Dad died in 2008 and for about 2 years I carried his wallet (and drivers license) in my purse. It made me feel better. Glad I was never pulled over and searched I guess, I never dreamed I could get in trouble with it, just wasn't thinking "that way".

    abbie
     
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