Jimmy Shaver, Located safe. Please delete posters.
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1 week ago
NamUs MP # 43164
#Missing Monique Adams
NCMEC number 1326423
Date last seen April 20, 2018 07:44
Oakland, California/County Alameda
Has connections in Las Vegas
ADAMS was last seen in Oakland with her Aunt and left with a packed suitcase. ADAMS was originally born and raised in Orange County until her grandmother passed away. ADAMS has connections in Orange County and possibly Las Vegas per RP.
Date entered 04/20/2018
Age last seen 14 to 14 years old
Age now 15 years old
Height (inches) 65.0
Weight (pounds) 300.0
Hair color Brown
Left eye color Brown
Right eye color Brown
First name B
Last name Sides
Case number 17-021749
Date reported April 27, 2017
Agency Oakland PD
Address 1 455 7th St
Zip code 94607
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2 weeks ago
Matt Devasthali could be anywhere in Nevada but there's a good chance near the Santa Fe Hotel and or attend LVAC off Lake Mead.
Matt has a Mother, Family, and Friends who are worried sick about him.He would call daily while in #LasVegas #Nevada. Previously he lived in #Ohio.
Please, please if you see him, call 911. He has been missing since March 12, 2018.
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2 weeks ago
So far 3300 views. Thank you to all 53 shares so far!
Thank you so much for getting the word out there!
PRAYERS for his safe return. Shared in Clark county Ohio
I hope they are OK.
Thank you all for putting the word out about my son
2 months today ! was hoping for answers.
Have you had any updates?
Cloudia Wells, your family misses you. Please come home ♡The pain is surreal. Not knowing where you are? If your okay? If your hungry or cold? Nightmares of you dying on the streets alone!
Please somebody anybody I'm begging please help me find my mom.
Cloudia Leslie Wells known to family by Leslie. She is Known to change her name. You may know her by a diffrent name. The last time I seen my mom was Christmas of 1994. She resurfaced at a homeless shelter in San Diego, California in 1998. Family did not learn of this until many years later. Then in 2013 the LA Times Snapped a photo of her living homeless on the streets of Santa Monica, California. That photo found me thousands of miles away two years later. My mom has always been a traveler. I've been to California serversl times searching our homeless communities with no luck. But to be honest she could be in any state. My mom is 64 years old. She may have housing. She maybe on the streets. In the photo from the LA Times she was in a wheelchair. Others claim she pushes a laundry cart or a walker. Some say she has been seen walking with none of those things. The most important thing about my mom is her eyes are BROWN. My mom has been known to panhandle. She has known to travel the country by the way of bus, Truck drivers or hitchhike. She has frequented soup kitchens, homeless shelters, as well as battered women shelters. Our Hippa laws which are our privacy acts hinders families from finding our Missing loved ones. They can not tell us if they are in the hospital, shelters, or soup kitchens. It's not against the law to be homeless and lost on the streets. My mom may not want to be found. But then again my mom may not know how to find me. I can't make my mom come home. But she will always be welcomed in my home. Don't put up road blocks hendering me from finding her. Even if she chooses not to be found. I have to see her to tell her how very much I love her. Please please share my post 😓 ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Where is Jennifer Casper-Ross?
Missing since 2005, Reno, Nevada.Ten years later family still asks: Where is Reno's Jennifer Casper-Ross?
RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- In the early morning hours of May 5, 2005 Jennifer Casper-Ross was last seen in the vicinity of the Reno-Sparks Cab Company on Gentry Way in Reno. Today marks the 10 year anniversary of her disappearance. It is a missing persons case that has baffled investigators and frustrated her family.
Investigators say Jennifer was 30-years-old at the time she vanished. Police say Jennifer had a fight with her husband and in the wee hours of the morning took off on foot from her home on Oakhurst in Reno to the Peppermill. Sergeant Alan Salter said, "Jennifer was upset over some family and personal issues. She went to the Peppermill where she was a patron for a while."
He said her troubles prompted her to reach out to family. In this case, it was her father. Salter said, "Around 5 in the morning, she made a phone call to a relative in Las Vegas. We don't think she was able to get through."
Salter said soon after, it's believed Jennifer made the decision to catch a cab to Gentry Way. That is where the headquarters of the Reno-Sparks Cab Company is located. It is where her mother would have normally been working, graveyard. Carla Casper-Brown said, "So I worked from 11 to 7 a.m. So, she thought I was at work." Unfortunately, that night her mother was off. Investigators say they believe Jennifer set off again, alone, on foot just before sunrise sometime around 5:30 a.m. Salter said, "She was last seen walking westbound on Gentry. It's one of those cases where we really don't have much. She's just gone. She simply vanished."
Casper-Brown has since moved back east after her daughter's disappearance. She said her daughter's love of dancing is what brought Jennifer to Reno. She said, "She started as a professional dancer in Las Vegas performing in 'American Superstars.' Then she auditioned for Greg Thompson Productions. She ended up being one of the youngest dancers at the age of 19." Casper-Brown said Jennifer appeared in many performances in Harrah's Reno, in the Sammie Showroom. One of the major productions was 'Lipstick.' Jennifer even appeared on that performance poster and others. Salter added Jennifer was well liked in the community.
At the time of her disappearance, her mom said Jennifer was a wife, a mom, a student at UNR with a promising career involving mathematics. She said, "Jennifer was on the National Dean's list all three years she was the University of Nevada, Reno with a 3.9 or 4.0 grade point average." She added, "She tutored physics and biochemistry."
Jennifer's family is hoping someone sees this story and comes forward with some answers. She said, "It is so hard living in the world of the unknown. Sometimes I feel so totally helpless. I just don't want people to forget her."
If you have any information that can help with this investigation, you're asked to call Secret Witness at 322-4900. You can give information and remain anonymous.
3 years Later: Reno's Jennifer Casper-Ross is Still Missing
"My daughter is still missing. She has been, for 3 years and 4 months, one week and 3 days," says Carla Brown.
The family of Jennifer Casper-Ross wants to know what happened to Jennifer, and they're asking for the public's help for clues.
Carla is posting flyers with her daughter's picture on them, and she's asking downtown Reno businesses to do the same. She says someone knows something about her daughter's disappearance.
Brown says after the Brianna Denison case earlier this year, she wanted to make the trip to Reno from Salt Lake City, and try to stir up attention and hopefully some answers about what happened to her daughter.
"We'll find her one day," says Carla. "She's got to be somewhere."
30-year-old Casper-Ross hasn't been seen or heard from since the early morning hours of May 5th, 2005.
"The more flyers I hang, the more persistance I show, the more response I get," explains Carla.
Jennifer went from dancing on a Las Vegas stage as a showgirl to making money as an exotic dancer. She then left her job at Wild Orchid and one week later, she went missing.
Jennifer was a year away from graduating from the University of Nevada, Reno, and her mom says she was on the Dean's List.
"She started messing with drugs a little bit," says Carla. "It was psychologically devastating to Jennifer to have to do wthat from what she was accustomed to. She was accustomed to being a showgirl."
At the time of Jennifer's disappearance she was recently diagnosed as bi-polar, stressed about finances and having marriage problems says Carla. She says on the morning of May 5th, 2005, Jennifer and her husband were arguing.
Jennifer walked about 10 blocks to the cab company where her mom worked, off of Gentry Way in Reno.
"When she found out I wasn't at work that day I guess she just freaked out and ran out the door, broke her shoes, jumped over a fence," says Carla.
Police dogs were able to follow Jennifer's scent from the fence to the street, but then it stopped.
"The most logical thing would have been go home and get a pair of shoes," says Carla.
Carla says Jennifer's husband was granted a divorce about 5 months after she went missing. Carla hasn't seen her grandson in the last 3 years.
"If she's still alive, how come she hasn't called us? I don't think she'd go this long without contacting somebody," says Carla.
Jennifer's D.N.A. is run everytime a female body is found, anywhere. Carla says Reno police still have her daughter's case open.
"Don't forget her. Please don't forget her," Carla sobs. "Somebody has to have seen something. They might know something that they don't know is important. But, it could be. Jennifer needs to rest."
Carla has tried to call Jennifer's ex-husband, but he hasn't returned her calls.
Carla plans on staying in Reno for another few weeks and hopes to open a bank account for a reward fund before going back to Salt Lake City.
NAMUS MP # 170 www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/170/151
Jennifer Rayleen Casper-Ross
Jennifer was last seen at approximately 5:30 a.m. on May 5, 2005, at the Reno Sparks Cab Company, her mother's place of work, in the vicinity of the 400 block of Gentry Way in Reno, Nevada. She stopped by there to visit her mother, but her mother was not working at the time.
Jennifer was intoxicated and didn't have enough money to pay her cab fare. She ran from the taxi, climbed over a fence at the back of the establishment and disappeared. She has never been heard from again.
The night before her disappearance, Jennifer's husband, Sean Ross, came home and found her drunk and saying she needed to leave. She had her belongings and family photos packed. Sean initially tried to change her mind, but he let her go after Jennifer insisted. She went to the Peppermill Hotel and Casino with a friend early on the morning of her disappearance. Witnesses reported she had self-inflicted cuts on her arms and wrists.
Jennifer was unemployed at the time of her disappearance; she had worked as an exotic dancer, but had been terminated from several jobs due to her substance abuse. She was fired from her last job a week before her disappearance. She had previously been a professional ballerina. That career ended due to a tailbone injury, but she still gave ballet lessons.
Jennifer was deep in debt at the time of her disappearance, and her credit cards were maxed out. She left her broken high heels behind and two notes, one stained with her own blood. The notes directed who should be permitted to have contact with her young son if anything should happen to her, and stated her possessions should go to Sean.
Jennifer was raised in Pocatello, Idaho and graduated Highland High School there; she moved to Reno in 1995. She attended Truckee Meadows Community College and then transferred to the University of Nevada at Reno. She was a Dean's List student and majored in veterinary medicine before switching to biomedical engineering. She also tutored in physics and mathematics. She was one year away from completing her degree at the time of her disappearance, and had dreamed of finding a cure for autism or cancer.
Sean stated Jennifer suffered from postpartum depression after their son's birth and became addicted to drugs and alcohol. She has previously attempted suicide and had gone missing before for several days at a time, though never for this long.
Sean has cooperated with authorities in the investigation and is not considered a suspect in Jennifer's disappearance. He filed for divorce three months after her disappearance and is raising their son.
A few minutes before she vanished, Jennifer called her father in Las Vegas, Nevada and said she needed to go to that city, but she apparently never arrived there.
It is uncharacteristic of Jennifer to leave without warning and her mother believes she met with foul play, but the circumstances surrounding her disappearance are unclear.
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3 weeks ago
Does anyone know more about her disappearance? I haven't seen her missing until now.
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Sending condolences to the Family ♡UPDATE: The remains that were found belonged to Cody Macpherson. Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers. #theawarefoundation #justiceforcodymacpherson ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
My thoughts and prayers are with Cody's family and friends.