“I feel like it’s a dream,” cried Idey Elias, the mother of 52-year-old Randi Gorenberg who was shot and killed in Palm Beach County, Fla. “Every morning I wake up in disbelief that my baby is gone.”
Randi, a mother of two grown children, a wife to a successful chiropractor, and daughter and sister, was murdered by an unknown assailant. Palm Beach County detectives are trying to piece together the puzzle.
The Metropolitan Police Department has issued a reward poster in the death of transgender woman/man Joshua Mack, a.k.a. “Na Na Boo” (pictured). The reward poster, doesn’t include any info on possible suspects. It does, however, promise a $25,000 reward for “anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for any homicide committed in the District of Columbia.” Read the rest of this entry »
For over six years now the death of congenial and free-smiling Baltimore federal prosecutor Jonathan Luna has remained a mystery. Theories still range from suicide, to accident, to murder by an informant, and yes, even by a federal agent, as an author of a book on Luna suggests.
One constant has been the refusal of federal authorities to comment much beyond the pat response, insisting that Luna, who was found face down on Dec. 4, 2003, in a shallow creek in Lancaster County, Pa., with 36 shallow stabs and pricks, is still the subject of an “open investigation.” Read the rest of this entry »
Her name is Carla Losey, this year she would be 24 years old. Unfortunatley she has been missing since New Years Eve 2002. She was last seen in Columbus, Ohio at a bar called El Grotto’s on Broad St. She was wearing a black leather jacket leaving the bar with a guy. Her mother, two sisters and brother have spent countless days and nights trying to find her or find out what happend to her. If you have any information that could help slove this mystery and end their suffering please help them. There is a $100,000 reward that was posted this year by Central Ohio Crime Stoppers. Also if you could send her profile along to your list of friends the more people that see her photo the better chances we have of getting it to someone that knows something!!
Around 7:00 a.m. the morning of October 18, 2002, 15-year-old Brenda Sierra set out to walk to her friend’s house so she could catch a ride to school from her friend’s mother. Her friend is quoted in news accounts saying that Brenda always arrived at her home between 7:15 and 7:20 a.m., but Brenda never arrived that morning. Apparently the school did not contact Brenda’s parents to let them know she was absent that day. Read the rest of this entry »
Michael Defilippis, Jr. had invited everyone over Christmas Eve, 2009.
“It was gonna be all of us, and he ordered food ’cause he doesn’t cook,” sister Michelle Defilippis-Bernstein said.
But the day before the big gathering, her brother was found murdered in his Chicago condominium. The medical examiner says the 29-year-old had multiple blunt-force injuries and stab wounds. Read the rest of this entry »
Robert Lee King, 45, allegedly murdered his girlfriend Dorothy Smith and attempted to murder her 20-year-old daughter Diana Dec. 1, 2005.
Diana Smith says she was awakened by an argument between her mother and King at 4 a.m., went to her mother’s bedroom and witnessed King standing over and striking her mother. The 20-year-old ran from the room to call for help, but says King chased after her. She tried to lock herself in her bedroom, but King broke through the door, attacked her with a sharp object and cut her neck. King then fled from the home. Read the rest of this entry »
6-2-10 Update: A cop killer and child molester who has been on the U.S. Marshals Service’s 15 most-wanted fugitive list for nearly four years was captured early Wednesday, authorities said. Paul Clouston, 73, was taken into custody at a men’s group home in Merced, California, said Deputy U.S. Marshal Kevin Connolly.
UNLAWFUL FLIGHT to AVOID PROSECUTION
Murder of a Police Officer
Child Sexual Assault
Aliases Used: Herman Lee ANTHONY, Michael Paul DRAGO, Charles Eugene RANDOLPH, William Joseph LONG, Herman Lee ROBERTS, Herman Lee WILLIAMS
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Marshals Service announced today that it has added convicted cop killer and child molester Paul Clouson, 70, to its list of 15 most wanted fugitives. Read the rest of this entry »
2-22-12 Update: More than three years after their daughter vanished, the parents of Renee Pernice finally learned Tuesday what happened.
Shon Pernice’s attorney revealed in court Tuesday that Shon had argued with Renee in their Northland home on Jan. 2, 2009. Shon hit her once in the head, and she tumbled down a flight of stairs. The fall killed her, the attorney said.
Renee’s mother, Linda Lockwood, cried as Shon Pernice, 39, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in Clay County Circuit Court.
Renee Pernice, 35, and a mother of 3 children has been missing from her Kansas City home since Friday, January 2, 2009. The last person to see her was her husband, Shon Pernice, who reports that she left the house that morning on foot, but he “can’t remember” where she said she was going. Their children were not at home at the time, spending the night with neighbors. Her cell phone has been found approximately 15 miles from the home. Read the rest of this entry »
The family of Joey Lynn Offutt has increased the reward being offered for information leading to her whereabouts to $20,000. Joey Lynn Offutt has been missing from Sykesville, PA since a fire destroyed her home on July 12, 2007.
In the early morning of July 12, 2007, authorities responded to a fire at Joey’s Sykesville, PA home. After the fire was extinguished, the remains of Joey’s 6-week-old son were discovered. Joey and her car, a red Saturn with Virginia license plates, were missing. Police found Joey’s car four days later in State College, PA, parked at the Nittany Gardens apartment complex, where Joey had previously lived. Joey’s other two children, who were not at home at the time of the fire, are safe living with family.
After two years, and two airings on the popular TV show “America’s Most Wanted”, investigators from the Pennsylvania State Police still have had no substantial and credible leads in the case. The family requests the public’s help by coming forward with information they may have that could lead to Joey being found.
If alive, Joey Lynn Offutt would 35 years old (she was 33 years old at the time she went missing), approximately 5′ 3″ with a thin build, and she has brown eyes and brown hair (with a reddish tone). She may or may not have been wearing glasses.
Joey’s family has established a toll-free number to field tips from the public. Anyone with information is urged to call 1-877-440-JOEY (1-877-440-5639) or to contact the Pennsylvania State Police at 814-371-4652.