WA WA - Kayann Canfield, 24, Toppenish, 21 Oct 2013

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  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Police reopen case of missing Toppenish woman

    More than a month has passed since family has heard from 24-year-old Kayann Canfield and reported her missing.

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    Canfield’s family said she went missing during the early hours of Oct. 21. She was at a friend’s house near the corner of Progressive and Lateral B roads, just west of Wapato, when she sent her stepdad a text message asking for a ride. Five minutes later, she called him to say she had a ride and would see him in a few minutes. She never showed, and family and friends have not heard from her since, Monoian said.

    On Nov. 5, Monoian said she found her daughter’s clothing dumped along a ditch near the intersection of Track and McDonald roads on the west end of Toppenish. She identified sweats, a T-shirt that belonged to her daughter as well as a sports bra she recently gave her.

    http://www.yakimaherald.com/news/la...police-reopen-case-of-missing-toppenish-woman



    The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office last month resumed a missing-person investigation after initially calling it off after local police reported they had seen Canfield with her boyfriend. Chief Civil Deputy Bob Udell said at the time they had some new information from acquaintances.

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    Udell calls the case “very active,” and the new leads from Canfield’s acquaintances are being chased down.

    “It deserves a very intense investigation,” he said. “It’s going to take some time to interview everybody, but I think that’s going to be where we’ll find our clues.”

    Though it is common for people to disappear on their own accord, as deputies initially thought had happened with Canfield, “in this case there is information that does not lead us to believe that,” Udell said.

    http://www.yakimaherald.com/news/yhr/tuesday/1785769-8/larry-riegel-four-other-missing-persons-cases




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  3. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Deputies open case for Toppenish woman

    A missing woman from Toppenish once thought to be a runaway could actually be in danger. Kayann Canfield hasn't been seen for more than a month. She has had her own run-ins with the law. But, deputies have reopened the case because of it.

    Yakima County Sheriff's deputies considered Kayann Canfield a runaway until now because of her drug and criminal history. More than a month after her family reported her missing, investigators say foul play could be involved.

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    Kayann hasn't been seen since October 20th. Deputies opened a missing person's case for her five days later. Within three hours, they called off the search because a Toppenish police officer said he saw her walking in town. But the family still hasn't heard from her, which is out of character.

    More: http://www.kimatv.com/home/video/De...oppenish-woman-missing-a-month-233698611.html

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    Sunrisenow New Member

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    Oh I see what you mean.
    She was considered as located 5 days after the missing report, but in November 2013 she was treated as missing person again according to this article:
    So, still MISSING. Right?
     
  7. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Yes. Kayann is still missing.

    She was reported missing. Then a LEO said he saw her, so they closed the case. But now it can't be verified if he saw her or not because he didn't actually talk to her, and Kayann still hasn't been in touch with her family. Her bf, who the LEO said he saw with her, denies being with her. And her clothing was found folded up on the side of the road.

    Anyway, long story short, yes, Kayann is still missing. Active missing persons report can be seen here: https://mp.waspc.org/index.php?wac=13M0018624
     
  8. jmix

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    One would hope that a LEO would be more responsible when reporting an alleged "sighting" of a missing person. He could have approached her or taken a picture to confirm that it was indeed her. Now time may have been wasted by what was almost certainly a report in error.

    Let's hope that her family didn't move the clothing that they found. They may have contaminated a crime scene by doing this and lost valuable evidence. Hopefully, the police went to the area and at least performed a cursory search of the scene.

    This case seems to be getting off to a rather rocky start. Let's hope that she turns up Ok as the longer that time passes the less likely that this will occur.
     
  9. LookingAtABlackbird

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    Here's some social media related to Kayann:

    "BRING KAYANN HOME" Facebook group maintained by Kayann's family:
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/221824774652670/

    Kayann's personal Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/kayannjoey.rocha

    Kayann's personal page doesn't use the last name Canfield, but it's definitely hers (content, family connections, etc. are all a match). Her family has been updating the group regularly, but according to her grandmother's comments, the police haven't been able to give them any new information lately. :(
     
  10. Sunrisenow

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    Washington State Missing Persons
    https://mp.waspc.org/index.php?wac=13M0018624

    Kayann Darlene Canfield

    Report Type: Missing Person
    Sex: Female
    Race: White
    Hair: Red
    Eye Color: Blue
    Skin: Unknown
    Height: 5' 2"
    Weight: 125
    Date of Birth: Wed Mar-22-1989
    Place of Birth: Washington
    Current Age: 24
    Last Seen: Tue Oct-22-2013
    Dental X-rays Available: No
    Scars, Marks, Tatoos:
    Tattoo: Arm, left
    Scar: Arm, left, nonspecific
    Scar: Arm, right, nonspecific
    Scar: Calf, left
    Scar: Calf, right
    Tattoo: Wrist, left
    Tattoo: Wrist, right
    Clothes/Jewelry: Unknown
    Aliases:
    Kayann Canfield

    Agency: Yakima county sheriffs office
    Case Number (OCA): 13C16033
     
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    I hope she's OK. She hasnt gotten hardly any coverage or attention.
     
  12. Sunrisenow

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    There is no news. And on the Sheriff's website in the press releases she is still listed as "found" from October, no new missing press release after that :(
     
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    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/23284/1

    Case Information
    Status
    Missing
    First name
    Kayann
    Middle name
    Darlene
    Last name
    Canfield
    Nickname/Alias
    Date last seen
    October 21, 2013 19:56
    Date entered
    01/18/2014
    Age last seen
    24 to years old
    Age now
    24 years old
    Race
    White
    Ethnicity
    Sex
    Female
    Height (inches)
    61.0 to 62.0
    Weight (pounds)
    120.0 to 130.0

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