Deceased/Not Found TX - Fred Moseley, 17, Canyon, 25 July 1998 *Campos & Dooley guilty*

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    vanillasky New Member

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    Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

    - Missing Since: July 25, 1998 from Canyon, Texas
    - Classification: Endangered Runaway
    - Date Of Birth: December 6, 1980
    - Age: 17 years old
    - Height and Weight: 5'11, 140 pounds
    - Distinguishing Characteristics: Red hair, blue eyes. Moseley has facial freckles.
    - NCIC Number: M-142522811

    Details of Disappearance

    Moseley was last seen in his hometown of Canyon, Texas on July 25, 1998. Fred may be suicidal and a shotgun was discovered missing from the residence. Moseley's mother and father filed a missing person's report July 30 after returning home from an out-of-town trip. On the same day, officials found Fred Moseley's 1998 Dodge Neon on Snake Road in Randall County and searched the area for about 48 hours.

    NCMEC - http://www.missingkids.com/missingk...NCMC&seqNum=1&caseLang=en_US&searchLang=en_US
     
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    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Cold Case File: Fred Moseley

    A Canyon teenager is reported missing and nearly 13 years later, police have yet to figure out what happened to him.

    "It's as if he stopped in existence." said Canyon police officer Aaron Savage. Five years ago, re-opened the missing person case of teenager Fred Moseley."As a citizen of Canyon we just owed that to him." expressed Savage.

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    "None of his social security information has ever been used. His driver's license has never been used. He's never turned up on any criminal history. It's as if July of 1998, no one ever heard from Fred." said Savage.

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    "In 1998, we had an anonymous caller call into Randall County and say Fred was ok and whatever problems would have to e worked out within the family. The caller never identified himself, we sure would like to track down that person and have him talk to us and see where his information came from."

    More: http://www.newschannel10.com/Global/story.asp?S=14353537
     
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    http://amarillo.com/news/2013-07-16/prosecution-defense-spar-slaying-trial-canyon-teen


    "A confessed killer told jurors Tuesday he and another man strangled a Canyon teen and stole his shotgun and other items from the boy’s home before they dumped his body in an Amarillo trash bin."


    http://amarillo.com/news/local-news/2013-07-17/headline


    "The prosecution and defense wrapped up their cases at about 3:05 Wednesday in the murder trial of Mario Ballestero Campos, 35.

    Campos is on trial in 47th District Court for capital murder in the 1998 slaying of Fred Charles Moseley, 17, an Amarillo Christian School student who went missing July 25. 1998."
     
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    vanillasky New Member

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    Mario was found guilty of capital murder yesterday and sentenced to life in prison - eligible for parole after 40 years.
     
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    What's going on with the case against Gerald Dooley? I've always felt like he was involved and he was. He posed as Fred's friend. Whatever happened leading up to Fred's murder, Dooley was just as guilty. Fred deserves justice.


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