Iowa Missing People

Help Find Mia Howard

Mia is a16 year old bi-racial female of medium complexion, 5’6” tall, 200 pounds with brown eyes and brown, curly hair.
She ran away from Ucan facility in January 2019, and was last seen in Forest Park, IL on Monday March 4th 2019. A missing report has been filed with the Chicago Police, and Detective Daniel Honda is assigned to her case. Her family resides in the Quad Cities. They fear she is being exploited.
Please share with your family and friends in Chicago.
Please contact me at melindaglade@gmail.com, or north side Chicago police at; 1-312-744-8266
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Help Find Mia Howard

Mia is a16 year old bi-racial female of medium complexion, 5’6” tall, 200 pounds with brown eyes and brown, curly hair.
She ran away from Ucan facility in January 2019, and was last seen in Forest Park, IL on Monday March 4th 2019. A missing report has been filed with the Chicago Police, and Detective Daniel Honda is assigned to her case. Her family resides in the Quad Cities. They fear she is being exploited.
Please share with your family and friends in Chicago.
Please contact me at melindaglade@gmail.com, or north side Chicago police at; 1-312-744-8266
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2 weeks ago

Help Find Mia HowardMia is a16 year old bi-racial female of medium complexion, 5’6” tall, 200 pounds with brown eyes and brown, curly hair.
She ran away from Ucan facility in January 2019, and was last seen in Forest Park, IL on Monday March 4th 2019.  A missing report has been filed with the Chicago Police, and Detective Daniel Honda is assigned to her case.  Her family resides in the Quad Cities.  They fear she is being exploited.
Please share with your family and friends in Chicago.
Please contact me at melindaglade@gmail.com, or north side Chicago police at; 1-312-744-8266Image attachment

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Prayers in Quad Cities for you and especially for her safe return.

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Special prayers for you 🙏❤️ Mindy Glade

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Shared in Delaware. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

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I heard she ran away and keeps in contact with her caseworker.

Thank you so much for sharing!

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Thank you all for your shares💗

I couldn't imagine..I hope your baby comes back home safe and sound

Shared In Columbus City Iowa. God-bless you And may you find your daughter soon. S a l

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You can always message me through Facebook messenger, or melindaglade@gmail.com also!

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The HPD received information this juvenile, reported missing from Oskaloosa, may be in the Hiawatha area. If you have any information as to his whereabouts please call the HPD at 319-393-1212 or Oskaloosa PD at 641-672-2557. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Reimer E. Schroeder has been found by someone who saw this post and notified the authorities. He is safe. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Reimer E. Schroeder has been found by someone who saw this post and notified the authorities. He is safe.Image attachment

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HE’S BEEN LOCATED AND IS NOW SAFE, thank you for all of your shares

Sending prayers

Was at the Davenport post office on Wednesday

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The last time he was missing my son found him at 1-80 truck stop in Walcott so please check there!

Check Genesis hospital again. They screw up all the time. Check two north.

Prayers shared in East Moline hope we get an update soon

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Thank you for all the prayers and for sharing! We don’t have any updates except last seen wed at the post office and the family credit union

This makes me so sad.

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Me too Kathy, this is a friend of my family - so sad

Praying he ok hope he found before storm comes in 🙏

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Very sad. Hope he is found okey.h

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Prayers that he is found safe

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Praying for his safe return and shared in Bettendorf

Praying he is found safe Amen

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PLEASE HELP!

The Quad Cities Missing Persons Network (QCMPN) is collecting donations to help pay for the funeral expenses of the three people who died in the Milan Trailer Fire. All three are relatives of one of our dedicated Search and Rescue volunteers. Checks can be made out to “QCMPN” and mailed to QCMPN, 2754 12TH STREET, ROCK ISLAND, IL. We can also accept credit cards. A form is attached. To pay via paypal, clock on this link: PayPal.Me/QCMPN
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Thanks for the help to my friends family. Every little bit helps. They are no where near their goal.

Thank you for doing this for my family ❤️

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Bethany Goralczyk has now been found and is safe. ... See MoreSee Less

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Bethany Goralczyk has now been found and is safe. ... See MoreSee Less

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Bethany Goralczyk has now been found and is safe.

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She's found. Thank you everyone ❤

She is in Scott county in custody for trespass right now!

Thank goodness she was found safe!!

Has Bethany been found?

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Found or Not Found?? Can someone clear this up please

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Think they found her💛

This is very confusing could you please rewrite it? Praying she is safe

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I met her about a week and a half ago under circumstances I won't say. But I'm praying she is safe and warm. I'm having my friend close to the area keep an eye out and I'll watch for updates. Bethany, please go home. And know that I care.

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Prayers she is found safe!

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Hopefully the cameras at the hospital have been checked. It would be unlikely to just walk off from there. Buses run there though. Hope she is safe.

That's awesome... Great news...Happy for her and her family and friends

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Where does her boyfriend live me and a couple other people would like to talk to him......Please !!!!

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Mr.Boyd has been FOUND SAFE ♥️PLEASE SHARE! Anyone with information is asked to call the Chickasaw County Sheriff's Office. bit.ly/2t8QiAt ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Mr.Boyd has been FOUND SAFE ♥️

Sunday, February 3, is National Missing Persons Day in the United States.

It might be surprising to learn that every day in the United States, approximately 2,300 people are reported missing. For those who make the report and wait at home for their loved one or are actively looking for them, those numbers no longer surprise them.

When such a large part of our lives is missing it leaves a profound void. It’s not a fillable space. Those who have experienced it, those who report 2,300 missing people per day, know.

Everyone has a friend, mother, sibling, child, neighbor or coworker they see every day. No one expects to have them mysteriously and with no explanation to disappear from their lives. It’s a challenging thought to contemplate, which is why it’s often hard to attract the attention of those unfamiliar with the missing person to become involved.

We often think it won’t happen to us. When a person goes missing, it can be an adult as often as it is a child. Women disappear more than men and seniors are at risk, too. Health risks, natural disasters, unplanned circumstances and of course, those who are taken against their will fall into the list of statistics. They can all apply to us.

According to the 2016 National Crime Information Center’s statistics, there were 88,040 active missing person records.

The families of those who go missing, neighbors and friends need our support to continue the search, to keep getting the word out. At the same time, make a plan for your own family by taking simple steps to be educated and aware is important, too.

Fortunately, in today’s digital world it’s easier than ever. National Missing Persons Day encourages you to be alert, share their names, their pictures and bring them home to their families.

HOW TO OBSERVE

For every missing person, support their families by being alert, sharing their information, their pictures and bring them home. Visit these websites for more ways to help, find resources and tools in your area.

National Missing and Unidentified Persons System
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Texas EquuSearch
Texas Center for the Missing
Klaas Kids Foundation
Use #NationalMissingPersonsDay to share on social media

HISTORY

Jo Ann Lowitzer founded National Missing Persons Day to provide increased awareness of the needs of the missing. Her daughter, Alexandria, went missing in 2010. Continued alertness and awareness improve the chances of returning loved ones to their families.

The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed National Missing Persons Day to be observed annually beginning in 2018.
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Sunday, February 3, is National Missing Persons Day in the United States.It might be surprising to learn that every day in the United States, approximately 2,300 people are reported missing. For those who make the report and wait at home for their loved one or are actively looking for them, those numbers no longer surprise them.When such a large part of our lives is missing it leaves a profound void. It’s not a fillable space. Those who have experienced it, those who report 2,300 missing people per day, know.Everyone has a friend, mother, sibling, child, neighbor or coworker they see every day. No one expects to have them mysteriously and with no explanation to disappear from their lives. It’s a challenging thought to contemplate, which is why it’s often hard to attract the attention of those unfamiliar with the missing person to become involved.We often think it won’t happen to us.  When a person goes missing, it can be an adult as often as it is a child.  Women disappear more than men and seniors are at risk, too. Health risks, natural disasters, unplanned circumstances and of course, those who are taken against their will fall into the list of statistics. They can all apply to us.According to the 2016 National Crime Information Center’s statistics, there were 88,040 active missing person records.The families of those who go missing, neighbors and friends need our support to continue the search, to keep getting the word out. At the same time, make a plan for your own family by taking simple steps to be educated and aware is important, too.Fortunately, in today’s digital world it’s easier than ever. National Missing Persons Day encourages you to be alert, share their names, their pictures and bring them home to their families.HOW TO OBSERVEFor every missing person, support their families by being alert, sharing their information, their pictures and bring them home. Visit these websites for more ways to help, find resources and tools in your area.National Missing and Unidentified Persons System
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Texas EquuSearch
Texas Center for the Missing
Klaas Kids Foundation
Use #NationalMissingPersonsDay to share on social mediaHISTORYJo Ann Lowitzer founded National Missing Persons Day to provide increased awareness of the needs of the missing. Her daughter, Alexandria, went missing in 2010. Continued alertness and awareness improve the chances of returning loved ones to their families.The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed National Missing Persons Day to be observed annually beginning in 2018.

A BIG thank you to Eriksen Chevrolet for teaming with WQAD to support us through their Three Degree program! Due to the excellent weather forecasting of WQAD, for every day that the temperatures were predicted within 3 degrees of the actual temp, we were awarded $20. Total donated for the month was $540!!! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

We held our January Search and Rescue (SAR) Simulation exercise today. Despite being very cold and lots of snow, we had a fantastic turnout of our current certified staff and several new people shadowing to see what SAR is all about. Always looking for more volunteers who are willing to join us in all kinds of weather and terrain. Call 309-737-3096 if you want to attend our March exercise. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

We held our January Search and Rescue (SAR)  Simulation exercise today.  Despite being very cold and lots of snow, we had a fantastic turnout of our current certified staff and several new people shadowing to see what SAR is all about. Always looking for more volunteers who are willing to join us in all kinds of weather and terrain.   Call 309-737-3096 if you want to attend our March exercise.Image attachment

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