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Bethany Decker is a pregnant 21-year-old senior at George Mason University, married to a soldier serving in Afghanistan. Investigators say she’s been missing since Jan. 29 and was formally reported missing by her family on Feb. 19.
Bethany has been married to her husband Emil Decker for almost two years, and has a 17-month-old son named Kai. Authorities say just before she vanished, Bethany went on a vacation to Hawaii with her husband who has since re-deployed to Afghanistan. Bethany, who is known to have an easygoing personality, was last seen at an apartment building in Ashburn, Va. Authorities are keeping an eye on her credit cards, Facebook and phone activity, but so far, it’s all quiet.
Bethany is a white female, stands about 4’11” and weighs about 130 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes.
If you have any information, please contact authorities: (703) 777-0475
Great story out of the Washington Post yesterday on a husband/wife crimefighting team. It was the middle of the night on September 24 when Kari and Derek Fisher were sound asleep in their Adelphi, Maryland home. A slick thief ducked into their quiet home by slitting a hole in the screen and squeezing his way inside. The suspect crept around while the family, who never heard a peep, slept
When the Fisher’s awoke in the morning, the wife noticed that a video camera, radio, digital cameras and Derek’s wallet and cell phone were missing. Barely out the front door, and unbeknownst to the homeowners, the suspect started making phone calls through their Sprint carrier.
While scurrying to cut off credit cards and track missing electronics, the Fisher’s had a choice to cut off the cell phone. Instead of shutting it down, they decided to take action. The Sprint representative offered a free 15-day trial of Sprint Family Locator service. This is a service mainly targeted for parents to keep track of children, but many couples use it to track cheating spouses (awesome idea).
Mary Badaracco vanished a quarter of a century ago, but her family and friends are still holding out hope that answers will be uncovered. Investigators say Mary was at her house in Sherman, Conn. on August 20, 1984 when she mysteriously disappeared. The windshield of her vehicle was smashed, and her husband was the last person to see her alive. There are reports he gave inconsistent information.
There is a $50,000 reward being offered by the state of Connecticut for information.
The CUE Center for Missing Persons is also helping with this case. If you have any information, please contact the State Police: 800-376-1554
Police in Xenia, Ohio are searching for a mom who went missing over the weekend. She was supposed to attend a cookout around 3:30 p.m. on Saturday with her husband, daughter and friends. Tiffany’s husband, David Tehan, called police around 9 p.m. when she didn’t come home. Police say Tiffany left her home early Saturday morning to attend garage and consignment sales, and at some point she got off course. She was last seen at The Greene Shopping Center in Beavercreek around 11 a.m. Police say Tiffany’s Ford Explorer was found early Sunday morning at a skate park off Stroop Road in Xenia. The vehicle had a flat tire, and her keys were locked inside. Tiffany’s dad, Chuck Tabor, told me, “This is one giant jigsaw puzzle, and every piece, every little piece counts, I think it is important to keep that going too.”
Where is Marion McCleneghan?
That is the question her husband, friends, and investigators are hoping to answer. It was a frigid night in the Park Slope neighborhood where Marion was attending a party on February 7, 2010. Because she was mere blocks from her home, Marion had chosen to walk. After speaking to a detective of the Brooklyn 78 Precinct, it has come to light that Marion was last seen leaving that party. Marion and her husband are currently separated, but had a good relationship and remained in touch daily.
At 5’10, Marion is fairly tall, and weighs about 150 pounds. She has brown hair and blue eyes.
If you have any information, please call Detective Gibbons: (718) 535-6483 and use #109 as a case reference.
A candlelight vigil is scheduled tonight for missing mom Susan Powell. Her family, friends, and anyone from the public is welcome to attend the vigil held at the Ridgecrest building in Puyallup, Washington at 7 p.m. Tomorrow marks the two week anniversary since Susan Powell went missing. I cannot help to take notice just how much this case reminds me of two mom’s who are still missing in Illinois, and both of their husbands are “persons of interest.” Lisa Stebic went missing on April 30, 2007 from Plainfield, Illinois. She worked in a local elementary school, and her husband was the last person to see her. Lisa’s family has done an amazing job at keeping her story and picture in the public. Her husband Craig Stebic is named a “person of interest” in her disappearance. Stacy Peterson was only 23-years-old went she went missing on October 28, 2007. Her husband, Drew Peterson, who was a police officer at the time, and claims he heard from his wife last the Sunday before she went missing around 9 p.m. Since that time, Drew Peterson has been named a “person of interest” in her disappearance as well. Drew Peterton’s third wife, Kathleen Savio, died in 2004. Soon after Stacy disappeared, Kathleen’s body was exhumed from the ground, and her initial death ruling was changed from “accidental” to “homicide.” Lisa and Stacy are still missing, just like Susan. Although Susan’s husband, Josh Powell, is considered a “person of interest” – I hope her case doesn’t grow cold like the other two mom’s. Please keep in mind, a “person of interest” can mean that a person could graduate to becoming a suspect, or ruled out completely as an investigation moves forward. I hope and pray all three families are giving answers to where their loved one may be.
SUSAN POWELL MISSING
West Valley City police say Susan Powell was last seen on Sunday, December 6, 2009. She did not show up for work as a stockbroker the next day, and the circumstances surrounding her disappearance is mysterious. Police say her husband has offered a statement, and at this time, they do not consider him a suspect in her disappearance. Susan’s cell phone, purse, and other items were left at home. In an attempt to generate leads for Susan, let’s not forget two other missing moms who have not been located, Lisa Stebic and Stacy Peterson.
Investigators need your help, please contact police with any information.