Onslow County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help locating a missing person who was last seen in the area of the White Oak River Campground around August 28, 2019.
Jessamyn Ruth Martin is a 32-year-old white female described as being 5’03, 120 lbs., with medium length blonde hair and blue eyes. Martin was expected at an address on Ramsey Rd. on August 29, 2019, but never arrived. Martin is believed to be driving a white SUV (unknown make or model) and to have two dogs with her.
If you see her or know of her whereabouts, please contact Onslow County Sheriff’s Office at 910-455-3113, Det. Curlee at 910-989-4074, or Crime Stoppers at 910-938-3273. Please refer to case 2019012832 when calling.
Crime Stoppers offers cash reward of up to $2,500 for information that is deemed of value or assistance to law enforcement. Information can also be anonymously texted via Text-A-Tip by typing TIP4CSJAX and your message to 274637 (CRIMES). Callers to Crime Stoppers may remain anonymous and never have to reveal their identity.
The Holly Springs Police Department is attempting to gather information on the whereabouts of 23-year-old, Monica Moynan who has been missing for at least six weeks now.
Ms. Moynan was last seen in Holly Springs in March of 2019 and reported by her mother on Tuesday, July 22, 2019
Holly Springs PD Spokesman Mark Andrews told CBS17 in an interview that they are focused on this as a missing persons case. CBS17 Reporter, Kayla Strayer reported an interview with the sister of Moynan that you can see here.
She is white, 5’1” tall, approximately 115 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes. Her hair color could have changed since the last hair color shown on her Facebook is with green hair and it is apparent she likes to switch color of hair from the many vibrant, trendy and stylish looks on her FB.
Moynan is a mother of two, and owns a small business promoting wellness by holistic approach, natural supplements through homemade Elderberry Syrup, elderberry gummies and more, “Moni’s Magic.”
Monica Moynan is the mother of two beautiful, small children with Brian Sluss who appears to have made a social media post alleging to what is assumed that relationship ending on March 3rd of this year. Monica Moynan is last known to have been seen for certain in the Holly Springs area on March 30th leaving questions for all, mainly, “Where is Monica Moynan?”
Monica’s mother, Melanie Day Tucker, has been relentless in advocating for information regarding her daughters disappearance, safety and whereabouts since becoming aware that she is in fact missing.
The family is under a great deal of stress surrounding their loved ones disappearance, do not wish for the media to be involved, please stay tuned for future updates via social media from the family that will be shared across Facebook to The Onslow Beat brand page.
If you think you have seen Ms. Moynan or have any information, please contact the Holly Springs Police Department at 919-557-9111 or her family at the numbers listed on Mrs. Melanie Tuckers post.
For further information, please contact:
Detective Ham (Tel): 919-567-4702
Wilmington Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating missing teen, Brandy Walker, age 14.
UPDATE: Wilmington PD says the teen has been located safely.
Wilmington Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing teenaged girl.
Photo Used is Courtesy of Wilmington Police Department
14-year-old, Brandi Walker is described to be 5’8″ inches tall, 115 lbs and last seen wearing gray tights with a white/ lime green t-shirt. Citizens are urged to use the anonymous Text-a-Tip line or call Wilmington Police Department at 910-343-3609 with any information on her whereabouts.
(Jacksonville, NC)- The investigation to find missing person James Wilson, Jr. continues. On Thursday, May 31, 2018, Jacksonville Police Department issued a Silver Alert for James Wilson, Jr., a 78-year old man who apparently walked away from his home in the Country Club Road area. A year has passed since this investigation began. Detectives have investigated dozens of tips, but none have led to finding Mr. Wilson. Detectives are looking for assistance from the community.
Mr. Wilson suffers from dementia. Mr. Wilson is a black male, 5’11” tall and weighs approximately 196 pounds. He has gray hair and brown eyes.
We have asked residents to check infrequently used buildings on their property such as storage sheds or buildings not used daily.
“During the investigation, we learned that Mr. Wilson may have hitch-hiked in the past. We ask that anyone who may have picked up someone matching Mr. Wilson’s description to please give us a call” said Captain Mike Capps, Supervisor, JPD Investigations Division. “We appreciate the continued assistance from the public in calling in with information.”
Mr. Wilson’s daughter, Jayna Wilson has been his biggest advocate since the beginning of the disappearance of her father. Jayna took to social media herself to encourage people to share the posts about her father and to continue looking for him, or any clues that might lead to him.
If you believe that you have seen Mr. Wilson, please call 911 immediately. If you have information please contact JPD Detective Vincent Waddell at 910-938-6408 or email@example.com or Crime Stoppers at 910-938-5034. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards for information leading to arrest. Callers to Crime Stoppers are not required to reveal their identities. Information can also be anonymously texted via Text-A-Tip by typing TIP4CSJAX and your message to 274637 (CRIMES).
The search for Casey Hathaway continues into Thursday night. Professional searchers will cover treacherous areas fanning out from Toler Road where Casey was last seen on Tuesday, Jan., 22, 2019.
A number of law enforcement officers are involved as well as 7 search and rescue teams from the Johnston Co SO SAR, Lenoir Co SO SAR, Pender Co SAR, Northeast SAR, Coastal Carolina SAR, Chocowinity SAR, and New Bern Fire and Rescue. K9’s from the State Bureau of Investigation and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children assisted today.
Several ponds on a nearby property were checked on Wednesday and Thursday by swift water teams from local fire departments. Drones flew over many acres nearby. A helicopter from the North Carolina State Highway Patrol will return tomorrow to help with search efforts. It was grounded today because of bad weather.
Volunteers who arrive in the morning will be assigned search areas if and as they become available. Officials greatly appreciate the public’s desire to help us with this important task. However, the terrain is treacherous. Areas are flooded and filled with sinkholes, even the trained searchers are having trouble navigating safely.
The Onslow Beat submitted a request to Craven Co. EMS Director, Stanley Kite for 9-11 call audio release where the missing toddler, 3-year-old Casey Hathaway was reported missing on Tues., Jan. 22 from his family members back yard where he was reportedly playing with two other child relatives, a sibling and a cousin.
Officials authorized the release of this 9-11 call audio today and the 9-11 call has been edited to adhere to NC 9-11 recording laws which protect some particular information.
The contents of “911” and other emergency telephone calls received by or on behalf of public law enforcement agencies, except for such contents that reveal the natural voice, name, address, telephone number, or other information that may identify the caller, victim, or witness. In order to protect the identity of the complaining witness, the contents of “911” and other emergency telephone calls may be released pursuant to this section in the form of a written transcript or altered voice reproduction; provided that the original shall be provided under process to be used as evidence in any relevant civil or criminal proceeding. -NC G.S. 132-1.4 (c)(4)
This morning NCMEC (NC Missing Endangered Children) was on scene with trained K-9, Daisy to continue search for Casey in inclement conditions as heavy downpours and winds swept through the ENC region this morning.
Casey Hathaway, age 3, was reported missing from his grandmother’s home on Toler Rd. in Ernul, NC around 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
Casey was outside playing in the yard with two other children and was discovered missing when the other children came inside and Casey was nowhere to be found. They searched the rural, wooded area for 45 minutes and called the police when Casey couldn’t be located.
He is 3 ft tall, with strawberry blonde hair and was last seen wearing a blue coat and dark colored pants. The temperatures are expected to drop overnight and Casey isn’t dressed appropriately.
If anyone lives in the area, please ask neighbors to check any trail cams or security cameras on their property.
If you see or find Casey, please dial 9-11 or call Craven Co. Sheriff’s Department immediately at (252) 636-6620.