Administrator/True Crime Author
Donna G. Smith

Friday, May 29, 2009

Rosalio Garcia Dealba - Next of Kin info needed

Discovered in: Lincoln County, Nevada
Date of Death is: 10/01/2008
Cause of death was: Accident
DOB: 09/12/64 Age: 44

Case History: The decedent was a male Hispanic. His body was located on 10/01/2008.

If you have any information on this case, please contact:
Gary L. Davis, Captain
Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Off: 775-962-5151

All information may be submitted on an anonymous basis.
Please refer to this number when contacting us with information.
Clark County Case Number:# LC08-0501

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Becky Jane Williams Update: Still Missing

It has been two and a half years since Becky went missing. Her parents are no closer now to knowing her fate than the day she disappeared. They would be grateful for any help with her case. They have come to accept that she may be dead. So if you are a UID searcher please keep her in mind if you are reviewing Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma listings. She was reported missing from Midland County Texas.

Original Blog Post can be found HERE: It includes complete case history.

Here are her stats:
Name: Becky Jane Williams
AKA: Becky Kennedy, Becky Fotter
Case Type: Involuntary
Last Seen in: Midland (Midland County) Texas
Last Seen on: 10/1/2006
Height: 5' 04"
Weight: 130 lbs.
Age Missing: 31
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Date of Birth: 5/22/1975
Race: White
Sex: Female
State: Texas
Country: USA

Becky was last seen wearing a black hat with flames, a red Tommy Hilfiger brand zipper shirt, blue jeans, and gray and black tennis shoes.

Message from Becky's Step Mom Jenice:
As of yet still no trace. We call and the detectives tell us nothing. We are at the point that we feel Becky is no longer with us. We just want her back, a location so we can bring her home where she belongs. Becky needs and deserves a resting-place close to us.

It is not getting easier.
Thank you my friend.
Jenice Kennedy

Area of possible search:
Contact: Texas Department of Public Safety Missing Persons Clearinghouse at (512) 424-507

Friday, May 15, 2009

Allison Jackson Foy - Update - Homicide

Allison's family has been notified that their long two year search for Allison is finally over. Remains found off of Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington, NC, just about three miles from where she was last seen, were identified as Allison through DNA testing. The body of another woman was found with Allison’s body she was identified as Angela Rothen.

At first, police refused to connect the cases, but after two sets of female remains were found in the same area, investigators said they are confident one person killed both women. Police released a composite sketch of a man they want to question about skeletal remains that were found in April and that might belong to two missing women. Witnesses said they saw the man several times in the area along Carolina Beach Road, where human skeletal remains were found on April 26. Police said the man is not a suspect, but they want to interview him. The composite sketch shows a white man in his 50s, standing 6 feet to 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighing between 210 and 230 pounds. He has a medium build and fair complexion.

New Message from Allison’s Family:
There is someone out there somewhere who knows who and how Allison left Junction Pub and Billiards that night and eventually we will have all of the answers we so desperately seek. No one deserves to die in the horrific way that Allison and Angela did, and we must prevent this from happening again to others. It is still so hard to believe that Allison was missing and now she is a victim of homicide. My family and I will stand strong and continue to fight the good fight always persevering and never giving up. We will not stop until justice is served! Allison will never be forgotten and continues to live on in all who loved her, but most especially her two daughters.

If you have any information at all, no matter how insignificant it may seem please contact our family through the Allison Foy web site or call the Wilmington PD. 910-343-3600

Original Blog Post Can Be Found HERE

Angela Rothen:

Composite Sketch:

Benjamin William Bradley – Unsolved Murder

Benjamin had been on a snowboarding outing and had indicated he was hitchhiking from Tabernash, CO to his home in Jackson Hole, WY. He was last observed running across a parking lot toward US Hwy 191 as if he was getting a ride but never arrived at his destination. His remains were located on 10/1/06 near a rock formation known as Boars Tusk, approximately 25 miles north of Rock Springs. His custom-made "Never Summer" split snowboard is still missing. The snowboard splits into two short skis to climb slopes and can be reaasembled into a downhill snowboard. The bottom of the snowboard is black with the letters "NS" in red dripping lettering. The upper side is described as blue with a bald eagle grasping white ribbons and five lightning bolts along with the words "Denver" and "USA" in a white mountain scene. His death is being investigated as a homicide.

His Family and Friends are seeking any information about his death. If you have seen his snow board or know anything about his death please contact:
Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office (307) 352-3397 or (307) 872-6350

Design on Ben’s black custom-made "Never Summer" split snowboard shown below.

UPDATE: An autopsy determined the cause of death to be from multiple stab wounds to the chest. A skull fracture was also noted above the victim’s left ear. No defensive wounds were noted on the body.

UPDATE: March 2010 - Man Arrested In Snowboarder’s Murder: Eric John Conn, 41, was taken into custody on March 18 in St. Louis and charged in connection with the death of Ben Bradley. Conn, was living in Rock Springs at the time of Bradley’s disappearance. According to court documents, Conn admitted during a polygraph test with federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents that he kicked Bradley with steel-toe boots after two other men hit him with an ax handle and stabbed him. Other arrests expected.

UPDATE: October 8, 2010 - County Attorney Brett Johnson said in statement his office is requesting all charges against Eric John Conn, 41, and Tommy Joe Bowman, 38, be dismissed. Charges could be refiled, the statement said.

Unidentified White Female 4-24-81 Ohio

A young girl’s body was found in Miami County, Ohio on April 24, 1981. She had Brown eyes and Reddish-Brown hair, worn in two thick braids. Her complexion was freckled and ruddy. She also had a scar on her chin and high arched eyebrows. Her age was approximately late teens to early twenties. She was wearing a brown and orange pullover sweater, Wrangler brand jeans, size 32D bra, and a handmade suede jacket with a purple lining. The girl was in remarkably good physical condition. Her teeth were in excellent condition and she had a dental plate.

A resident in the vicinity of the 1200 block of Greenville Rd., thought he had seen clothing laying in a ditch near his residence approximately 4 miles west if I-75. As he approached the area he noticed it was a female laying face down.

She died of strangulation and there were indications of blunt force trauma to the head and neck. She was in good physical condition. Her teeth were in excellent condition. She was approximately 5'4"-5'6" and weighed around 130 lbs. Dental information, FingerPrints, and DNA is available. Blood type "O" Estimated Date of Death is April 22 or 23, 1981.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Miami County Sheriff's Office at (937) 332-6867 or Detective Steve Lord 937-440-3965 ext. 6633