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    UCFAlumni2002 Jennifer Kesse- Missing over 8 years- www.findjenn

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    http://www.clickorlando.com/news/6443122/detail.html

    Authorities in Orlando, Fla., are searching for a University of Central Florida graduate who did not show up for work Tuesday after she said she was going to mail a package, according to a Local 6 News report.
    Investigators said Jennifer Kesse, 24, did not show up for work at Westgate Resorts in Ocoee, Fla., Tuesday morning.
    Family and friends are concerned because she can always be reached by phone or by her family. Kesse's family has tried to call her cell phone but calls are immediately sent to voice mail.

    http://www.wftv.com/news/6431531/detail.html?treets=orlc&tid=2656819395813&tml=orlc_4pm&tmi=orlc_4pm_1_03000201252006&ts=H

    Orange County deputies found the car belonging to a missing 24-year-old Orlando woman at the Huntington on the Green apartments at Americana and Texas on Thursday morning. Sheriff deputies acted on vehicle information provided from the news media.

    Recently, she shared concerns about living at the condos, though she was proud she could afford the place just two years after graduating from the University of Central Florida.
    "This was her pride and accomplishment, bought it by herself. She had some concerns with the maintenance crew," Kesse said.
    Her boyfriend, Robert Allen, agreed saying she was uncomfortable with the workers around. The buildings had just recently been converted to condos and only a handful of residents live in her unit.
    "Obviously, for me living three hours away, difficult hearing that with her saying I’m a little nervous here and there," Allen said.

    http://www.wesh.com/news/6461195/detail.html

    Police: Missing Woman's Car Found

    UPDATED: January 26, 2006

    Police believe they've found a car belonging to a woman missing in Orlando for three days.

    Investigators said the car belonging to Jennifer Kesse, 24, was found near her home, WESH 2 News reported.

    The vehicle was found at Huntington on the Greens Apartments at Americana and Texas, officials said.

    Kesse's boss said she never showed up at work on Tuesday. She was last heard from Monday night.

    Her family and former University of Central Florida sorority sisters are talking to people around her Mosaic of Millenia condominium to help gather more information.



    http://www.clickorlando.com/news/6650524/detail.html?rss=orlpn&psp=money

    Officers on horseback continued a grid search Wednesday for a missing Orlando woman who mysteriously vanished more than a week ago.<snipped)

    Wednesday, teams of police officers and sheriff's deputies were searching areas inside the boundaries of Texas Avenue to the west, Orange Blossom Trail to the east, Oakridge Road to the south and Holden Avenue to the north.
    It is the fourth day officers have searched on horseback in wooded areas in search of clues. <snipped>

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    The Kesse family is hoping to inject a new energy into the search for Jennifer. Hundreds of volunteers will take part in the biggest effort yet to find her this weekend.
    In the meantime, though, police began Wednesday what they are calling a new grid search, based on tips that have been coming in. Sheriff's deputies with the mounted patrol jumped off their horses and over a fence Wednesday along Texas Avenue off of John Young Parkway after a citizen called in a tip.
    With turkey vultures circling a pond, deputies wanted to be sure they weren't missing anything. It was all part of the new grid search that's using about 15 mounted patrol officers between the Orlando Police Department and the sheriff's office combined, searching further out north and south from where Jennifer&#8217;s car was found along Texas and Americana last Thursday.
    The search team even scoured woods next to the pond after picking up a strange stench. It turned out to be old garbage. They said covering new ground, on foot at times and especially on horseback, opens them up to more information.

    http://www.local6.com/news/6587477/detail.html

    POSTED: 9:43 am EST January 30, 2006
    UPDATED: 12:27 pm EST January 30, 2006


    Police officers in Orlando, Fla., continued a search of a heavily wooded area Monday near the location where 24-year-old Jennifer Kesse's abandoned car was discovered last week after a scent was picked up in the area, according to a Local 6 News report. <snip>

    "One of the two strongest clues that the Orlando Police Department is sharing with the media is the scent that was picked up in the woods," Local 6 News reporter Samantha Knapp said.
     
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    Kesse case on America&#8217;s Most Wanted
    Updated: Thursday, 16 Jul 2009, 4:44 PM EDT
    Published : Thursday, 16 Jul 2009, 4:44 PM EDT
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    America&#8217;s Most Wanted will feature a report on Jennifer Kesse this Saturday.

    Kesse disappeared from her home near the Mall at Millenia in January of 2006. There have been very few clues concerning her disappearance.

    The show airs Saturday at 9:00 p.m. on FOX 35.


    Article:
    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/orange_news/071609kesse_case_amw
     
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    Missing woman case similar to Kesse case
    Updated: Thursday, 04 Jun 2009, 8:12 PM EDT
    Published : Thursday, 04 Jun 2009, 5:44 PM EDT
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    Lead detectives investigating the case say they're meeting with FDLE to compare notes and see if there is a connection to the Jennifer Kesse. Kesse is the Orlando woman who's now been missing for three years.

    Jennifer Kesse lived in Orlando and worked in Ocoee when she disappeared. Knowing that, Joe Ocasio sent Kesse's father Drew a message on her website. "I pretty much explained the situation who I was , why I was contacting him. my daughter is missing. I'm grasping for straws, didn't know where else to go."

    The two fathers have not spoken yet, but today Drew Kesse said he was paying attention to the case of Tracy's disappearance. "That is Jennifer's old neighborhood. She lived next door to the complex right next to the Tap Room there and frequented there. That's where she was for 3, 3 and a half years," said Kesse.


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    Family marks Jennifer Kesse's birthday
    Orlando woman disappeared in 2006
    Updated: Friday, 22 May 2009, 2:32 PM EDT
    Published : Thursday, 21 May 2009, 12:29 AM EDT
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    Wednesday was Jennifer Kesse's 28th birthday. She disappeared from her Orlando apartment near the Mall at Millenia in January of 2006. Investigators still have no clue where to find her, but in an interview with FOX 35's Amy Kaufeldt, her family said they are not giving up hope.

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    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/orange_news/052009_Family_marks_Jennifer_Kesses_birthday
     
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    New tip in Kesse case comes from confessed murder
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    A convicted killer may have some clues in one of Central Florida&#8217;s highest profile missing person's case.

    Jennifer Kesse has been missing for three years. There have been very few clues concerning her disappearance.

    But two weeks ago the lawyer for a convicted killer contacts Drew Kesse, Jennifer&#8217;s father. While its not unusual for Kesse to get tips the latest came from a man involved ina high profile murder of a Central Florida woman.

    "I think it just one more lead that has to be follow up on,&#8221; Kesse said. &#8220;If it turns out then we have something to go on."

    The tip came from David Russ who is currently in the Seminole County jail waiting to be sentenced after he pled guilty for the murder of Madeline Leinen in 2007. Russ asked to meet with Drew Kesse because he claims to have information about Jennifer&#8217;s disappearance.

    Kesse wouldn&#8217;t revel what the tip was about.

    "I am not going to talk about the information that was relayed," Kesse said. &#8220;It's just not pertinent at this point."


    Article:
    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/012109_jennifer_kesse
     
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    Kesse Lobby For Missing Persons Bill
    Updated: Wednesday, 23 Apr 2008, 8:42 AM EDT
    Published : Wednesday, 23 Apr 2008, 8:42 AM EDT
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    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35, Orlando) -- The parents of missing Orlando woman Jennifer Kesse are in Tallahassee on Wednesday lobbying state lawmakers to pass a bill designed to expedite the search for missing people.

    Kesse disappeared from her Orlando condominium more than two years ago.

    The parents of missing Orlando woman Jennifer Kesse are in Tallahassee on Wednesday lobbying state lawmakers to pass a bill designed to expedite the search for missing people.

    Kesse disappeared from her Orlando condominium more than two years ago. Her parents helped to craft the missing person's bill which includes new policies for entering information into a national database system.

    The bill would also require that all law enforcement officers within designated regions be informed about a missing person on later than two hours after a missing persons report is filed.

    Finally, the bill would require that law enforcement agencies collect DNA samples of a victim after they have been reported missing for more than ninety days.


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    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/Kesse_Lobby_For_Missing_Persons_Bill
     
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    Kesses Observe Anniversary of Daughter's Disappearance
    Updated: Friday, 15 Aug 2008, 9:37 PM EDT
    Published : Friday, 15 Aug 2008, 9:37 PM EDT
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    Thursday, January 24 will mark two years since the disappearance of Jennifer Kesse. On Monday, Kesse's parents went before the Orlando City Commission to thank the city for its continuing cooperation in the search for their daughter.

    "Jennifer's case has never died down. It is not cold. We still receive tips every day from multiple sources. It is all about awareness and it is keeping it going and these are the things that we try to do," said Jennifer's father Drew.

    Jennifer was abducted from her Orlando condominium in 2005. Her car was recovered three days after the abduction at the Huntington on the Green Apartments in Orlando. Police, family and friends hoped that the car would be the first clue in quickly finding Jennifer.

    The person was captured on a surveillance camera walking near the spot at the Huntington on the Green apartments on Americana and Texas where Jennifer's car was found. Police do not even know if the person is a man or a woman and the description remains vague.


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    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/Kesses_Observe_Anniversary_of_Daughters_Disappearance
     
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    Police Sweep Woods For Woman After Scent Picked Up
    Reward In Case Reaches $115,000
    POSTED: Monday, January 30, 2006
    UPDATED: 5:21 pm EST January 30, 2006
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    Kesse, who works for Westgate Resorts in the Orlando suburb of Ocoee, Fla., is considered a missing and endangered adult after she mysteriously vanished last week.

    "One of the two strongest clues that the Orlando Police Department is sharing with the media is the scent that was picked up in the woods," Local 6 News reporter Samantha Knapp said.

    Sunday, officers on horseback methodically went through the brush near a condominium complex in southwest Orlando where Kesse's 2004 Chevrolet Malibu was located.

    Police said her last communication was made to her boyfriend by either cell phone or text message last Monday at 10 p.m.


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    Another Grid Search Launched For Missing Orlando Woman
    POSTED: Wednesday, February 1, 2006
    UPDATED: 2:10 pm EST February 1, 2006
    <snipped>
    Officers on horseback continued a grid search Wednesday for a missing Orlando woman who mysteriously vanished more than a week ago.

    The first break in the case came Thursday when Kesse's 2004 Chevrolet Malibu was found abandoned at the corner of Texas and Americana at the Huntington on the Green apartment complex. Neighbors said the vehicle had been parked in the lot for several days.

    After Kesse's vehicle was found, officers performed a grid search of a wooded area near the Mosaic at Millenia condominiums but nothing was found in the area.


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    Huge Weekend Search Planned For Missing Woman
    Posted: 4:13 pm EST February 1, 2006
    Updated: 8:25 am EST February 2, 2006
    <snipped>
    Meanwhile, detectives looked through an expanded area Wednesday, bordered by Texas Avenue, Orange Blossom Trail, Holden Avenue and Oak Ridge Road.

    In the meantime, though, police began Wednesday what they are calling a new grid search, based on tips that have been coming in. Sheriff's deputies with the mounted patrol jumped off their horses and over a fence Wednesday along Texas Avenue off of John Young Parkway after a citizen called in a tip.


    SLIDESHOWS: Photos Of Jennifer Kesse
    http://www.wftv.com/slideshow/news/6472836/detail.html

    SLIDESHOWS: Photos Of Jennifer's Car
    http://www.wftv.com/slideshow/news/6597725/detail.html

    SURVEILLANCE: Suspect Dumps Kesse's Car
    http://www.wftv.com/video/13339033/detail.html

    SUSPECT: See Photo Of Man
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    ARCHIVE: Complete List Of Reports, Videos
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    WEB SITE: http://www.jenniferkesse.com/
    http://www.jenniferkesse.com/

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    Missing Woman's Car Found In Orlando
    Police Searching Area With Dogs
    POSTED: Thursday, January 26, 2006
    UPDATED: 1:21 pm EST January 26, 2006
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    Family and friends were immediately concerned because Kesse can always be reached by phone or by her family. Kesse's family has tried to call her cell phone, but calls are immediately sent to voice mail.

    Thursday, Kesse's 2004 Chevrolet Malibu was found abandoned at the corner of Texas and Americana at the Huntington on the Green apartment complex, Local 6 News has learned.

    Detectives have brought out bloodhounds to search the area for the woman.

    Kesse told her friends and family that she was concerned about living alone at her apartment complex.

    The woman's apartment complex has a security gate, but the family said visitors are not monitored.


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    http://www.clickorlando.com/news/6461196/detail.html
     
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    Search Continues For Missing Orlando Woman
    Girl Vanished On Way To Mail Package
    POSTED: Thursday, January 26, 2006
    UPDATED: 6:08 pm EST January 26, 2006
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    Earlier, Kesse's 2004 Chevrolet Malibu was found abandoned at the corner of Texas and Americana at the Huntington on the Green apartment complex.

    Officers responded to the car and did not find a person inside the vehicle, Jones said.

    It was not known how long the car was parked at the condo, Local 6 News reported.

    Detectives were going door to door asking residents if they had any information about the woman or the car.

    Jones did not know if there was any surveillance video in the area where the car was found.


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    Reward Increased In Day 4 Of Missing Woman Search
    POSTED: Friday, January 27, 2006
    UPDATED: 2:28 pm EST January 27, 2006
    <snipped>
    A reward for information in the mysterious disappearance of an Orlando, Fla., woman was increased to $15,000 Friday as police began day four of the search for the 24-year-old, according to Local 6 News.

    Thursday, Kesse's 2004 Chevrolet Malibu was found abandoned at the corner of Texas and Americana at the Huntington on the Green apartment complex. Neighbors said the vehicle had been parked in the lot for several days.

    Detectives would not say if any clues were gathered from the car.

    Since Tuesday, Kesse's cell phone only rings to voicemail and there has been no activity on her credit car, Local 6 News reported.

    Her disappearance Tuesday alarmed family members who said it is extremely uncharacteristic of her, Local 6 reporter Jessica Sanchez said.


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    $115,000 Reward Offered In Missing Woman Case
    POSTED: Saturday, January 28, 2006
    UPDATED: 6:04 pm EST January 28, 2006
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    Kesse's parents continued to ask the public for help in the case Friday night.

    "Jennifer, we just want you to know that we love you," Kesse's mother, Joy, said. "We are doing everything we can to find you and bring you home."

    "People are coming for her," Kesse's father, Drew, said. "Her father and others are coming for her."

    Orlando police officers will continue searching several areas Saturday.

    Investigators said the reward for information in the case was raised from $15,000 to $115,000 after a private donor offered the money.


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    National Group Wants Volunteers In Search For Woman
    POSTED: Wednesday, February 1, 2006
    UPDATED: 8:05 am EST February 2, 2006
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    Members of Child Watch of North America said they plan to bring more people and more structure to the search for 24-year-old Jennifer Kesse.

    The Child Watch group normally focuses on missing children but felt compelled to offer their expertise to the search.

    Nearly 100 anonymous Crimeline tips have been made since last week, but the woman remains missing.

    The first break in the case came Thursday when Kesse's 2004 Chevrolet Malibu was found abandoned at the corner of Texas and Americana at the Huntington on the Green apartment complex. Neighbors said the vehicle had been parked in the lot for several days.

    After Kesse's vehicle was found, officers performed a grid search of a wooded area near the Mosaic at Millenia condominiums, but nothing was found in the area.


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    'Person Of Interest' Sought In Missing Woman Case
    POSTED: Saturday, February 4, 2006
    UPDATED: 6:26 am EST February 6, 2006
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    Two photos released Saturday show a man walking near a fence around noon last Tuesday after 24-year-old Jennifer Kesse mysteriously vanished.

    Police would not say exactly where the photos were taken but said they were pulled from video shot in the area of Texas Avenue and Americana Boulevard. Kesse's 2004 Chevrolet Malibu was found abandoned in the same area at the Huntington on the Green apartment complex on Jan. 26.

    Investigators said the person in the photo is not a suspect but a "person of interest."


    NEW SLIDESHOW: Person Of Interest
    http://www.local6.com/slideshow/news/6744239/detail.html?qs=1;s=1;dm=ss;p=news;w=400

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    CSI Teams Back At Complex In Search For Woman
    'Person Of Interest' Sought
    POSTED: Tuesday, February 7, 2006
    UPDATED: 4:27 pm EST February 7, 2006
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    Crime scene technicians were back at an Orlando apartment complex Tuesday where a 24-year-old woman's car was found after she mysteriously vanished last month.

    Local 6 News has learned that investigators have been focusing on a surveillance camera lodged in a roof of the clubhouse at the Huntington on the Green apartments.

    Tuesday, investigators measured the area, including the distance from the gate to the camera. A laser detection device was videotaped being used by at least one officer.

    Meanwhile, Kesse's parents sent a message to the person in the surveillance photos.

    "You recognize yourself," Kesse's mother Joyce, said. "Come forward, you are a person of interest. You may have the key to the puzzle that is going to bring Jen home. We are begging the community to rack their brains. Study the pictures."


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    http://www.clickorlando.com/news/6810971/detail.html
     

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