Category Archives: Missing


Going To And From School More Safely


Millions of kids ride a bike, take the bus or walk to school every day. Help get them to and from school more safely by following this checklist.

Review the four rules of personal safety with your children.  Remind them to:

  1. Check first with you or the adult in charge before going anywhere, helping anyone, accepting anything or getting into a car.
  2. Take a friend when going places or playing outside.
  3. Tell people “NO” if they try to touch you or hurt you.  It’s OK for you to stand up for yourself.
  4. Tell a trusted adult if anything makes you feel sad, scared or confused.

Walk the route to and from school with them pointing out landmarks and safe places to go if they need help.  Tell them not to take shortcuts and to stay in well-lit areas.

If your younger children take the bus, wait with them or make sure they’re supervised by someone you trust at the bus stop.

Teach your children to recognize the tricks someone may use to abduct them such as asking for help or offering them a ride.  Tell them to never approach a car without getting your permission first.

Encourage your children to kick, scream and make a scene if anyone tries to take them.

Instruct your children to get away as quickly as possible if someone is following them.  If they are being followed by someone in a car, teach them to walk in the opposite direction from the one in which the car is driving.

Be sure your children’s school has up-to-date emergency contact information.  Learn about their pick-up procedures so only those you’ve authorized can pick up your children.

Make sure your children know how to contact you in case of an emergency.

For more information about child safety, visit 

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children®

Why Does CPS Have Greywind Child – Pt 2

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Law Enforcement searching the Red River.

Large police presence right outside of Harwood

8:09 PM, August 27, 2017
HARWOOD, ND  –  Valley News Live is in Harwood where there’s a large police presence, close to the bridge that connects North Dakota and Minnesota.

This comes as police have been searching for days for 22-year-old Savanna Greywind.

She disappeared August 19th, Greywind was 8 months pregnant at the time of her disappearance.

Since then, a newborn baby was found in the apartment building where she was last seen.

Also, two people, Brooke Lynn Crews and William Henry Hoehn, have been arrested, charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping.

UPDATE:  Police confirm that the body of Savanna Greywind has been found near the Red River, near Harwood.
Updated Sunday 10:44 PM, August 27, 2017

Why Does CPS Have Greywind Child

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William Hoehn faces Conspiracy to Kidnap charges in this case.

Man facing charges in Greywind case convicted of Child Abuse in 2012

FARGO, ND  –  We’re learning new details into one of the people currently in jail after refusing to cooperate with a Fargo Police investigation into the disappearance of Savanna Greywind.

William Hoehn faces Conspiracy to Kidnap charges in this case, but was also convicted of Child Abuse back in 2012.

According to court documents in the case out of Grand Forks, Hoehn told investigators that his son was acting normal when he picked him up from daycare in early January.  No issue with the boy’s head were observed that day.  The boy’s mother, documents say, went to work that afternoon, and a few hours later Hoehn called her crying, saying that the boy had a swollen head.

Documents say he asked her if he should take the boy to the emergency room.

Hoehn does just that, doctors finding “a diagnosis of multiple fractures” on the boy’s skull.

Several doctors say in the documents that swelling would have occurred within hours after injuries such as these.

The boy was in Hoehn’s care that day.

William Hoehn faces up to 20 years in jail for this charge if convicted and given the maximum penalty.

Missing Children, Cronys, And Good Ol Boys

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Michael Ren Wysolovski, 31

No bond for man accused of holding
Charlotte teen in GA home

DULUTH, GA  –  The man accused of holding a missing Charlotte teen in his Georgia home for more than a year appeared in court Monday afternoon.

“This will be the first appearance hearing for Michael Ren Wysolovski,” a Gwinnett County Magistrate Judge announced in court.

The 31-year-old man sat stoic, emotionless, and staring straight ahead as the judge read the charges.  While unshackled, Wysolovski wore the gray jail the attire he was issued since being booked into the Gwinnett County Adult Detention Center.

“You have been charged sir with aggravated sodomy, cruelty to children, deprivation in the first degree, interference with custody, and false imprisonment, all of those are felonies,” the judge told Wysolovski.

Investigators said the charges stem from their finding a teenage girl at his Seneca Trail home in Duluth.

“No bond at this particular time because some of those charges are superior court only,” the judge told Wysolovski.

Mother Shauna Burns said her 17-year-old daughter, Hailey, went missing more than a year ago in May 2016 from her home near Charlotte, North Carolina.  On the anniversary of the girl’s disappearance, Burns made an impassioned plea for her safe return.

“You are the best parts of me in one and it’s not fair that we don’t get to be together anymore,” Burns said in a video posted to social media.

A tip led to a raid on Wysolovski’s home by FBI agents and Gwinnett County Police detectives.   Investigators found Hailey safe and have since reunited the teen with her mother, who shared a photo of the two hugging.

“We found my starlight and after a brief hospital stay she will return to her home,” one family member wrote on Facebook.  “It is a blessing from God. Please pray for our family.”

According to the Gwinnett County Property Assessor’s website, Wysolovski bought the home in Duluth on April 14 of this year. Seneca Trail residents were shocked to learn the “quiet couple” was not as they seem.

“It makes me sick to my stomach, actually that someone could do that,” said Jennifer Elmore, who lives next door to the home.

“This is Duluth.  I mean, nothing bad—you never hear about anything bad happening, but I guess things can happen anywhere and it’s—I don’t know—it’s surreal.  I don’t really know how to feel about it, except I’m glad that she’s safe now,” said Jennifer Cabrera, another next door neighbor.

In addition to the charges Wysolovski faces in Georgia, federal charges are possible as well as more state charges in North Carolina. Special agents at the FBI’s Charlotte and Atlanta officers as well as detectives with the Gwinnett County and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police departments are collaborating on the investigation.

Wysolovski will remain in the Gwinnett County Adult Detention Center until his next court appearance on July 7 at 1:30 p.m.  He likely will have his case bound over to Superior Court due to the severity of the charges against him.


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MISSING!!!! Anibe Alexandra Odoma, is 5-years-old, lives in Houston, Texas


HOUSTON, TX  –  KIDNAPPED LAST NIGHT, May 05, 2017, by unknown persons.

CALLING ALL GOOD PEOPLE:  Veterans, Active Service Members, Fathers, Brothers, Explorers, Boy Scouts, Hunters, Fishermen, Scuba Divers.  Let’s WORK TOGETHER with Our Law Enforcement and reunite this Dear Family.

This young Ladies name is Anibe Alexandra Odoma, and she is 5-years-old.

Anibe Alexandra Odoma lives in Houston, Texas

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Anibe Alexandra Odoma was kidnapped from her home and Family in Houston, Texas, last night, May 05, 2017.

Someone rang the doorbell and Anibe answered the door and was TAKEN.