11/30/18 — Denise Parker, age 62, went missing on November 8, 2018 from the 10000 block of Russett Ave., Sunland, CA, and her abandoned 2002 Black Honda CRV was found on territory Pueblo of Acoma, NM on November 11, 2018. It was found 1 mile south of Interstate 40, Exit 102, at the intersection of
03/01/13 — Maegan Hembree, age 30, was last seen on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 in Lubbock, TX. Maegan was driving her red 1999 2-door Saturn, New Mexico Plate No. KJB 142. Maegan was last seen wearing either pajamas or blue jeans, a light grey hoodie with a purple design of Jimmy Hendrix and black tennis
Patricia Peterson, age 24, from Chandler, Arizona was possibly seen at the Petro Truck Stop in Milan, New Mexico on November 5th, 2006. She may have been “hitching” rides from truck drivers to get home to Chandler, Arizona. She was last seen on video getting into a truck with a woman named Tatina (Tina) Marsh
Leah Peebles, age 24, was last seen on May 22, 2006 around 8:00 p.m. in the 2100 block of Erbbe St in Albuquerque, New Mexico and has not been seen or heard from since. Leah was last seen wearing blue jeans, t-shirt and sandles. Leah has two black tattoos. For a downloadable poster, click here.
11/27/17 — We are sad to report that the body of Lester Fernandez has been recovered. Please keep his family and loved ones in your thoughts and prayers. 11/19/17 — 37 year-old Lester Fernandez was last seen as he was struggling in the off-shore waters of the Gulf of Mexico near the Colorado River on Saturday
Mike Hennig Michael Hennig has been actively involved in small-unmanned aerial systems for over five years. Hennig has worked in conjunction with RPF light Systems as part of the San Diego State University Visualization Center introducing small unmanned systems to local public safety, civilian-based exercises and multiple community efforts. Hennig has also provided search and
Texas EquuSearch’s Second Annual “Sports Extravaganza” Charity Auction and Benefit was a COMPLETE SUCCESS! We have so many people to thank for all of their hard work, donations and support. We would like to start with Debbie Drury, and Joan and Randy Stine, the Organizers and Co-Chairpersons. We want to thank the MANY volunteers who helped on every