SILVER ALERT: 19-Y-Old Lexus Mercedes Benz George Missing from Mt. Olive

 North Carolina Center for Missing Persons issued a report through the North Carolina Department of Public Service issuing a silver alert announcement on Monday Aug. 19, 2019, for a 19 -year-old young woman, Lexus Mercedes Benz George. Citizens are asked to be on the lookout for Lexus Mercedes Benz George. She is believed to be suffering from some form of other cognitive impairment.

She is described as:

Gender: Female

DOB: 06/12/2000

Age: 19

Race: Black

Height: 5′ 5″

Weight: 130 pounds

Hair Color: Black

Hair Length: Medium

Eye Color: Brown

Last seen wearing black scrub clothing.

Location Last Seen: 220 Smith Chapel Rd, Mount Olive, NC 28565

 Her direction of travel is unknown at this time and she is believed to have been traveling on foot to an unknown location.

Anyone with information about her disappearance or whereabouts is asked to call Sgt. J. Hughes at Mt. Olive PD at: 919-252-9082.

 

Missing Person Investigation is ongoing for James Wilson, Jr. one year later

(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 vwaddell@jacksonvillenc.gov 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).

SILVER ALERT: 81-year-old woman missing from Spring Lake

The Spring Lake Police Department is attempting to locate an elderly woman, Margarete Schneidereit Scott, 81-years-old.

Scott was last seen by family members leaving her residence in Spring Lake to go to the Cross Creek Mall in Fayetteville, NC around 2pm on Saturday, April 6, 2019.

Scott may be suffering from memory loss or some other cognitive impairment. She was driving a white 2007 Toyota Avalon, NC registration HD6067A.

If you have seen Margarete Scott or know where she is, please call 911, or Spring Lake Police at 910-436-0350.

A silver alert will be issued by the NC Center for Missing Persons.

NCDPS SILVER ALERT: 37-year-old Alicia Robinson of Jacksonville NC

UPDATE-  SILVER ALERT CANCELLED BY NCDPS ON 3/14/19 1:43 PM — At the request of the Jacksonville Police Department, the N.C. Center for Missing Persons has cancelled the Silver Alert for Alicia Uneese Robinson.

For more information, call Officer S. Tamburo at the Jacksonville Police Department at 910-455-4000.

Continue reading “NCDPS SILVER ALERT: 37-year-old Alicia Robinson of Jacksonville NC”

Remains of a Robeson Co. woman missing since last July identified

Robeson Co. Sheriff’s Office confirmed and released the identity of remains found last month as a woman who went missing last Independence Day. The skeletal remains located on Feb. 27, 2019 near the railroad tracks along railroad tracks near Barker Ten Mile Road and Powersville Road just outside of Lumberton have been identified as Susan Dial McGirt. McGirt, 55, of 600 Mount Moriah Church Rd., Lumberton who has been missing since July 4, 2018. McGirt was last seen walking away from her assisted living facility, Covenant Care Center, heading toward I-95.

Susan Girt

A Silver Alert was issued after McGirt went missing from the facility as a missing/endangered woman. This Silver Alert was cancelled by the N.C. Department of Public Safety at the request of the Robeson County Sheriffs Office Oct. 15, 2018 at 11:03am.

McGirt was last seen in a floral night gown and pink pajamas on the night of her disappearance.
A cause of death has not been determined by the North Carolina Medical Examiner’s Office.

Aubrey Joelle Acree FOUND ALIVE AND SAFE in Oklahoma and one man arrested

BREAKING:
Aubrey has been missing out of Rutherford Co. NC since Sunday.  Reports of surveillance footage showed a white Subaru hatchback to be the suspected vehicle after a silver alert was issued for Acree.
The FBI and the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office found Acree safe and alive in Checotah, Oklahoma just before 11p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Troopers with the OK Highway Patrol and special agenstand task force officers with FBI Oklahoma City Field Office found Aubrey and arrested 23 year-old Jacob Gardea of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Gardea is facing charges in the state of North Carolina for child abduction. Additional charges could be pending.

 

Aubrey Joelle Acree

 

Investigative work by the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI, the SBI, the U.S. Marshal’s Service, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, the National Center fcor Missing and Exploited Children, and the Norht Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles led to the exact identity of the vehicle of interest. Additional investigative work aided in pinpointing the location of the vehicle and additional law enforcement partners through other states were deployed to  assist in the successful recovery of the victim more than 900 miles away from her natural home.

 

Jacob Gardea

 

Aubrey’s family has been notified and arrangements will be made in the near future to return her home to her loved ones in North Carolina. This investigation is still ongoing.

Law enforcement is grateful to a keen eyewitness who helped begin the investigation with a strong lead that gives us all this joyous and relieving outcome tonight.

Will share more details as they come available.