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MISSING of INTEREST : Help Police with this Silver Alert Issued for Jeniyah Tate, 17, TERRYVILLE, Conn. area - www.ofINTEREST.net

Jeniyah Tate, 17, MISSING

Published 24 May, 2013 

TERRYVILLE, Conn. — A Silver Alert has been issued today for a missing 17-year-old girl.

Jeniyah Tate, who police consider to be an endangered runaway, was last seen wearing a dark colored North Face-type sweatshirt and jeans.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts can call the Plymouth Police Department at 860-589-7779. 


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MISSING of INTEREST : Jacqueline McLain (Evelyn), 71, Possibly suffering with Alzheimer’s, PORTLAND, Oregon area - www.ofINTEREST.net

MISSING of INTEREST : Police seek your help with locating Jacqueline McLain (Evelyn), 71, PORTLAND, Oregon area

Jacqueline McLain (Evelyn), 71 MISSING

Posted 24 May, 2013

PORTLAND, Oregon - Police in Portland ask for the public's help in locating the whereabouts of Jacqueline McLain, age 71, who went missing on or about Monday, the 20th of May, 2013. She also goes by the first name of Evelyn, and is 5-foot-2 and 120 lbs. She has curly blonde hair and blue eyes.

She may be suffering from Alzheimer’s, and according to her adult children who reside out of state, she normally stays in constant contact with them.

Sgt. Pete Simpson with Portland police expressed her children reported her MISSING after loosing contact with her over a few days.

Police showed up to McLain’s home about the 2400 block of Northwest Irving to check up on her, but she wasn’t home, Simpson said. Officers found no evidence of foul play.

It was not known if she left home with other(s), on foot, another form of transportation or by her car. Her vehicle is beige 1997 Lexus EX300 sedan with Oregon plates. Upon searching, police didn't find her auto in the neighborhood.

Anyone who has information about McLain was asked to call 9-1-1., or the police bureau’s Missing Persons Unit at 501-823-0446.


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Missing 71-Year-Old Woman with Possible Alzheimer's - Police Seek Public's Help

May 23, 2013 20:40

On May 23, 2013, 71-year-old Jacqueline McLain was reported missing to the Portland Police Bureau by her adult children, who are out-of-state. McLain has not been seen or heard from since Monday, May 20, 2013, which was described as being highly out of character for her, as she usually has daily contact with family members. 

McLain lives in the 2400 block of Northwest Irving Street, where Central Precinct officers responded today to check her welfare. They did not locate her, and found no evidence of foul play inside her apartment. It is unknown if she left home on foot, or may have last been driving, as officers were unable to locate her car in the neighborhood. 

McLain is described as a white female, 71 years old, 5'2", 120 pounds, with curly, collar-length blonde hair and blue eyes. No clothing description is available. Family members advised she may also go by the first name Evelyn. 

McLain's vehicle is described as a 1997 Lexus ES300 4-door sedan, beige in color, with a beige interior. It may have a GPS unit affixed to the front windshield. No license plate information is available at this time, other than it had Oregon plates. 

Anyone with information about McLain's current whereabouts is asked to call 9-1-1. Anyone with additional information about this case is asked to contact Detective Mike Weinstein, Missing Persons Unit, at (503) 823-0446 or Mike.Weinstein@portlandoregon.gov.

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Oleg Topalov, 33 (Person of INTEREST): Accused of Weapons Trafficking and Murder, Escapes; Now Caught (Photos) - www.ofINTEREST.net


Oleg Topalov, 33   20:37 07/05/2013 © Photo Federal Prison Service
Matrosskaya Tishina detention complex in Northern Moscow where Oleg Topalov escaped

Articles related to Mr. Oleg Topalov vary as far as having already been convicted and awaiting trial, as well as, some articles put his age at 32, while others list it as 33.

What they do all seem to agree on is that he did escape and is now back in custody.

Here are some of the articles with no special preference given. You Decide!

Information listed below is with the most recent first.


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Russia captures jailbreak inmate after 2 days on run

AFP
May 10, 2013, 12:32 am TWN

MOSCOW--Russian police on Wednesday captured a prisoner charged with double murder whose daring escape from a formidable Moscow prison after apparently using a spoon to prise open his cell ceiling led to a massive two-day manhunt. 

Police captured Oleg Topalov, 33, in Izmailovsky park in northeastern Moscow, the city prison service said. He was limping after apparently hurting his leg in the escape, a police spokesman told Channel One television.

Topalov escaped from his cell in Moscow's Matrosskaya Tishina jail early Tuesday by making a hole in the ceiling, possibly using his prison-issue spoon, and then crawling through a ventilation shaft onto the roof.

From there he managed to scale the prison fence using sheets tied together, officials said.

The police and prison authorities released his photograph and description in an intensive search that included the use of sniffer dogs.



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Oleg Topalov who escaped from Matrosskaya Tishina detention facility has been caught - police

A suspected double murderer who escaped from a Moscow detention center on Tuesday was caught by police on Wednesday, the Moscow city police authority said.

Oleg Topalov was detained by two policemen in Izmailovo Park in northwestern Moscow, a spokesman for the authority said. The officers had a dog with them.

"The man didn't try to run away as he had a leg injury," the spokesman said. Topalov broke out of the Matrosskaya Tishina jail by making a hole in the ceiling of his cell with a spoon.

He climbed out onto the roof of his block, moved over to the roof of a neighboring block, came down to the ground by using a rope and blanket, and ran out through the premises of a nearby psychiatric hospital.

All regional police units were alerted. Topalov, who is accused of weapons trafficking as well as two murders, was taken into custody under an order by a Moscow court on October 17, 2011.

A law enforcement source said he was a hitman in a crime ring in the Rostov region.

Matrosskaya Tishina personnel are likely to face punishment under proceedings launched by the Russian Investigative Committee and the city police authority.

Voice of Russia, Interfax



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Russian Jailbreaker’s Mother Begs Police Not to Kill Son

Oleg Topalov

MOSCOW, May 8 (RIA Novosti) – The mother of a prisoner who made a daring escape from a maximum-security detention facility in Moscow has asked police not to open fire at her son during any attempt to apprehend him.

“I do not want [police] to fire a bullet into his head!,” Yekaterina Topalova told Russia's online Life News tabloid, in a filmed interview. “He turned himself to police before his arrest. We do not believe he is guilty and we want to prove this to everyone. We want more time for this!”

Oleg Topalov, 33, a murder suspect linked to a slain Russian mafia overlord, broke out of the Matrosskaya Tishina pretrial detention facility in east Moscow on Tuesday. He made a hole in the ceiling and escaped through an air vent, the Federal Prison Service said.

"The inmate climbed to the building’s roof through a dormer window and then using a blanket and a rope reached the territory of the Gilyarovsky psychiatric hospital and disappeared," a police source said.

Media reports said he had used a spoon to burrow through the ceiling – a task that would have taken him at least a week – and then walked across the premises, climbing over the outer wall using a rope made of bedsheets.

“As the building was rundown, it was no trouble for Topalov to enlarge the breach of the air shaft through which he got out to the roof. Using a rope made of bedsheets, he got across the building’s wall, jumped through a fence and ran away,” a spokesperson for the Federal Penitentiary Service said.

Topalov was sharing the cell with seven other inmates, but none of them chose to either follow him or raise the alarm, the Komsomolskaya Pravda daily said.

City police were on full alert for Topalov, and a check had been opened into prison guards who may have been involved in the jailbreak.

The Sochi native was arrested in 2011 on murder charges.

Matrosskaya Tishina, which opened in 1945, has hosted a number of prominent inmates, including former Yukos head Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Hermitage Capital lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who spent months here and was transferred to another facility shortly before his prison death in 2009.

Only two successful jailbreaks have previously been reported from Matrosskaya Tishina, both by alleged murderers. One of them was alleged mafia hitman Alexander Solonik in 1995.




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Inmate accused of double murder escapes from high security Russian jail by digging through his cell's ceiling using a SPOON

  • Oleg Topalov, 32, escape from Moscow's infamous Matrosskaya Tishina jail
  • Used spoon to expand the ventilation vent and made a rope from sheets
  • Topalov was due to stand trial for murder and possessing illegal firearms
  • He is the first person to escape from a Moscow prison in 12 years
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A man due to stand trial for murder has escaped one of Russia’s most notorious prisons using a spoon and his bed sheets.

Oleg Topalov, 32, accused of two counts of murder and illegal possession of firearms, broke out of maximum-security Matrosskaya Tishina jail in the early hours of Tuesday.

Topalov, described as ‘mentally abnormal’ by prison staff, used a tablespoon to carve a hole into the ceiling of his cell at the Moscow prison and escaped through the ventilation vent, investigators said today.

Daring escape: Oleg Topalov, due to stand trial for two counts of murder, escaped from the maximum security unit using a spoon and some bedsheets

Topalov is the fourth man in 20 years to escape from the infamous prison, and the first to break out of a detention centre in the Russian capital in 12 years.

Guards at Matrosskaya Tishina discovered that Topalov was missing from the eight-person cell  around 5am Tuesday morning.

"It was established that Oleg Topalov used a spoon to scrape away the cement and brickwork from the wall of the ventilation shaft in his cell," an investigator told Interfax.

Matrosskaya Tishina opened in 1918 and although it has a reputation as one of the worst prisons in Russia, it is in desperate need of building maintenance, something which authorities say made it easy for Topalov to dig himself out.

High security: Topalov is the fourth man in 20 years to escape from the infamous Matrosskaya Tishina prison, located in northern Moscow

 "Because of the building being run-down, Topalov had no difficulty in widening the vent of the air-shaft, through which he got to the prison’s roof," Russian Federal Penitentiary Service representative Kristina Belousova told RIA Novosti.

The escapee then jumped from the building’s roof into a neighbouring block before lowering himself to the ground using a rope he made from bed sheets.

Moscow police have mobilised an extensive search, offering a ‘large reward’ for information which could lead to the capture of Topalov, from Sochi near the Georgian border.

Topalov was due to appear in court accused of two counts of murder and illegal possession of firearms, and had been held on remand at Matrosskaya Tishina for a year-and-a-half before his escape.




 Oleg Topalov
 20:37 07/05/2013 © Photo Federal Prison Service

MOSCOW, May 7 (RIA Novosti) – A murder suspect linked to a slain Russian mafia overlord broke out of the Matrosskaya Tishina pretrial detention facility in eastern Moscow on Tuesday.

Oleg Topalov, 33, made a hole in the ceiling and escaped through an air vent, Federal Prison Service representatives told RIA Novosti.

Media reports said he had used a spoon to burrow through the ceiling – a task that would have taken him at least a week – and then walked across the premises, climbing over the outer wall using a rope made of bedsheets.

Topalov was sharing the cell with seven other inmates, but none of them chose to either follow him or raise the alarm, Komsomolskaya Pravda daily said.

City police were on full alert for Topalov, and a check had been opened into prison guards who may have been involved in the jailbreak.

The Sochi native was arrested in 2011 on murder charges. Police sources cited by Lifenews.ru tabloid claimed Topalov was a hitman working for Aslan “Gramps Khasan” Usoyan, a notorious “thief-in-law” – the Russian equivalent of a mafia don – who was killed in January in a shooting blamed on a turf war in the Russian underworld.

Matrosskaya Tishina, which opened in 1945, has hosted a number of prominent inmates, including former Yukos head Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Hermitage Capital lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who spent months here and was transferred to another facility shortly before his prison death in 2009.

Only two successful jailbreaks have previously been reported from Matrosskaya Tishina, both by alleged murderers. One of them was alleged mafia hitman Alexander Solonik in 1995, who was linked by media to the same Kurgan crime group as Topalov.




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Moscow: Man Burrows Out Of Jail "With A Spoon"

Police are hunting for Oleg Topalov, who is accused of double murder, following his daring escape from a maximum security prison.

12:58pm UK, Tuesday 07 May 2013

Oleg Topalov remains on the run. Pic: Federal Prison Supervision Service
A man charged with double murder has escaped from a maximum security jail in Moscow - apparently by digging a hole in the ceiling of his cell with a spoon.

Oleg Topalov, 33, became only the fourth man in two decades to escape from the notorious Matrosskaya Tishina prison after pulling himself through the hole onto the roof and climbing over a perimeter fence.

The only object he could have used to dig the hole was a spoon, a law enforcement source told the Interfax news agency.

Investigators have accused prison staff of a "dishonest or careless attitude to their work that was made use of by the prisoner Topalov."

A prison service spokesman told the RIA Novosti news agency Topalov "escaped through a hole in the cell ceiling that he had made and made his way onto the roof.

"From the roof he escaped over the main fence."

Matrosskaya Tishina prison is where lawyer Sergei Magnitsky died in 2009
Topalov was charged with murdering two people and with arms trafficking.

He had been held on remand since October 2011 and his case was sent to court last month, the Investigative Committee said in a statement.

Reports said Topalov shared a cell with around seven other prisoners.

Matrosskaya Tishina prison is located in northeastern Moscow and was opened in 1946.

It has its own hospital where lawyer Sergei Magnitsky died in 2009 after being transferred from Butyrka jail in a case that sparked international outrage.


17-year-old Miranda Baca, Canon City, Colo., reported missing Friday night, 19 April 2013 (MISSING PERSON) - www.ofINTEREST.net



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Posted: 04.22.2013 at 7:39 AM

17-year-old Miranda Baca

17-year-old Miranda Baca

CANON CITY, COLO. -- Canon City Police continue to look for a missing teenage girl.
17-year-old Miranda Baca was reported missing Friday night.

She is described as five feet, two inches tall with brown hair and brown eyes.

Miranda has a tattoo that says "sister" on her front left shoulder and one that says "family first" on her back shoulders.

Authorities say she may have gone to Pueblo to meet with a person she met online or to be with a boyfriend.

Anyone with information on Miranda's whereabouts is asked to call (719) 276-5600.




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Police search for missing 17-year-old girl Miranda Baca

Miranda Baca missing since Friday night

By CARIE CANTERBURY canterburyc@ cañoncitydailyrecord.com

Miranda Baca, 17, was reported missing to the Canon City Police Department on Saturday. She was last seen Friday night. (Courtesy Photo)

A 17-year-old Cañon City girl was reported missing Friday night by family members who filed a runaway/missing person report with authorities. 

Miranda Baca is described as 5 foot 2 inches tall, weighs 100 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. She has a tattoo that says "Sister" on her front left shoulder, one that says "Family First" with a cross on her back shoulders, and a tribal design on her left foot. 

The CCPD said Baca may have gone to Pueblo to meet with a person she had met on the Internet or to be with a boyfriend. Cañon City Police and family members are actively searching for Baca. 

Anyone who may have information pertinent to this case is asked to call the CCPD at 276-5600 or contact Crime Stoppers at 719-275-STOP (7867); email Crime Stoppers at tipsubmit.com or text Crime Stoppers at 274637. If texting, start the text with: tips680.

Help find Kelsie Jean Schelling, 22, Denver resident and possibly pregnant (Missing Person) (Pics,VIDEOs) - www.ofINTEREST.net

Help find Kelsie Jean Schelling, 22, Denver resident and possibly pregnant (Missing Person)


Help find Kelsie Jean Schelling who has been missing since  on or about 04 February 2013.

Is her disappearance intentional or an act of foul play?

Kelsie Jean Schelling was last seen in Pueblo on February 4. She lives in Larimer Square in downtown Denver.

She drives a black 2011 Chevy Cruze LTZ with Colorado license plate number 023-WRL.

Below are some articles with information, pics and videos. Should you have any information which may prove to be helpful in the Kelsie Jean Schelling missing person case, please contact Denver Police Detective Binet at 720-913-6653 or 720-913-6910 or Pueblo Police Department at 719-553-2502.

The family of Kelsie Jean Schelling has set up this facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HelpFindKelsie

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Posted: 04.29.2013 at 4:55 PM


DENVER -- The family of 22-year-old Kelsie Schelling, who went missing three months ago, says she was pregnant at the time of her disappearance.

Kelsie Schelling, 22, missing
According to her family at a press conference Monday morning, Kelsie was 8 weeks pregnant when she went missing.

It was on Feb. 4 when Kelsie’s family said she went to a physician. The physicians confirmed her pregnancy. According to Kelsie’s mother, her boyfriend, Donthe Lucas, is believed to be the father.
Kelsie, from Denver, has been missing since that day, her family said.

The Pueblo Police Department said at a press conference last month that Schelling drove to Pueblo to meet an acquaintance at Walmart before disappearing.

At the March press conference, police said the case is being investigated as a missing person. They would not share if foul play is suspected.

Kelsie’s car, a 2011 black Chevrolet Cruze, was seen on surveillance video being picked up on Feb. 6 by an unknown family. The vehicle was later found at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital. Surveillance footage showed the car had been parked there since Feb. 7.

As for Kelsie’s phone records, they showed that he was in Pueblo until at least Feb. 7. That’s when police said the cell phone battery died. It has not been turned on since then.

Specialized canines conducted a search as part of the missing person investigation, according to Pueblo Police.

The canines searched various areas of Pueblo during the investigation. Pueblo police said the search will continue as needed and additional information comes in.

Any information on this case can be reported to police or to Crime Stoppers at 542-STOP.


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Kelsie Jean Schelling's family says missing woman may have been pregnant


Posted: 04/29/2013
Kelsie Jean Schelling, 22, Missing

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DENVER - The family of a woman who disappeared in February says they are now worried that Kelsie Jean Schelling was pregnant when she disappeared.

"Whatever happened to her that night, also involved her unborn child," said Kelsie's mother Laura Saxton. "My first grandchild as well. We are doing everything in our power to find our missing loved one."

Schelling, 22, left Denver and went to Pueblo on the night of Feb. 4 to meet her boyfriend.

Police said according to cell phone records, Schelling made it to Pueblo. Video surveillance from Walmart shows Schelling’s vehicle parked in front of the store on Feb. 5 around 12:05 p.m. The car was left there overnight.

Police said the video showed an unidentified man getting into the car on Feb. 6 at 7:20 a.m. and driving off.

That video won't be released to the public, police said. It is sealed as part of the investigation.

The car was found February 14 at St. Mary Corwin Hospital. Surveillance video showed that the vehicle was parked there about 24 hours after it was picked up at Walmart.

Schelling's family said after Kelsie disappeared her credit card was used once -- they say by her boyfriend, Donthe Lucas.

Lucas was arrested on charges of identity theft. The case is sealed, but police said Lucas posted bond and was released from jail.

Schelling's family suspect Lucas is the father of the child.

Schelling turned 22 just after she disappeared. She's 5 foot 4 inches tall and weighs about 120 pounds. She has three tattoos -- a Chinese symbol on the back of her neck, cursive writing on the inside of her left arm and a fleur-de-lis on her right rib cage.



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Colorado issues statewide alert for missing 21-year-old girl last seen more than 100 miles away from home

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Gone: Kelsie Schelling, 21, went missing on February 4 after being last seen in Pueblo, Colorado
A statewide alert has been issued Tuesday for a missing 21-year-old Denver student who was last seen a week ago more than 100 miles away from home. 

Kelsie Jean Schelling lives in Larimer Square in Denver, but according to police, the 21-year-old was last spotted in Pueblo, Colorado, on February 4. 

Denver police spokesman Sonny Jackson called Schelling's disappearance 'out of character,' but added that police do not suspect foul play at this point. 

According to investigators, Schelling's car also has gone missing, and they believe that locating the vehicle would bring them closer to finding the student, Fox 31 reported.

Officials are now searching for the black 2011 Chevy Cruze LTZ with the license plate 023-WRL.

Schelling, who will turn 22 next week, is described as being 5 foot 4 inches and weighing about 120lbs with dark brown hair and hazel eyes. 

Police say the woman has a trio of tattoos on her body, including a fleur-de-lis on her rib cage, a Chinese symbol on her neck and a cursive scrawl on her left arm. 

Schelling's parents launched a Facebook page called Help Find Kelsie to spread the word about their missing daughter.
Concerns: Police say they do not believe foul play played a role in Schelling's disappearance, but some friends on Facebook mentioned that she and her boyfriend have been having problems
Ride: Police are also searching for Schelling car, a 2011 Chevy Cruze LTZ with the license plate number 023-WRL
Several commenters wrote that Schelling and her boyfriend, a man identified as Dante, have had a rocky relationship lately. 

'She always complained about them fighting,' wrote friend Micah Brandon Gagnon. 'She also told me she had to buy a new phone because he broke her old one...'

However, another friend Mellisa Houghtelling said that the 21-year-old's boyfriend told her that he is just as worried as the rest of her loved ones about Schelling.

Houghtelling added that Dante has been communicating with Schelling's family and police about her disappearance.