Thursday, November 13, 2008

Use YouTube and Email

It's been a long time since anything has been posted on this blog. Hopefully, everyone has been clicking on the links I've put on the right for current news.

However, here is a tip I received today in the comment section for this missing child: Jewel Mahavia Strong - Missing Since 5/28/07.

The comment gives some tips on using YouTube as a way to help in a missing person search.

I came across your story from an email forward I received. I have a suggestion that might help locate your daughter. If you have video of her you should post it to you tube. That is another way of getting her more visible. If you dont' have video, make one of the family holding her pictures and begin an email chain - this might help. Thank you.
And thanks to the anonymous commenter who sent it. I hope this helps someone.


Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Miami, FL: Safety Awareness Community gathering & Candlelight Vigil in honor of Lucely “Lilly” Aramburo


On June 1, 2007, almost one year ago, Lucely “Lilly” Aramburo allegedly walked out of her fiance’s home with nothing on her feet, in her pajamas, with 2 bungee cords. She has not been seen or heard from since.

Lilly’s story is one that is not unique. There are families all over the Miami area who are searching for their loved ones and are seeking answers. We hope that all families of missing persons will join us in an effort to bring resolution to finding our loved family members and friends.

In honor of missing Miami mother, Lilly Aramburo, Justice in Miami will be hosting a free Safety Awareness Community gathering & Candlelight Vigil to increase public awareness of missing person cases.

Bring the whole family for a worthy cause, candlelight vigil, butterfly release, free safety I.D. kits and balloons for the little ones plus much more.

The Power 96 Street Team will be there, spinning live music & giving away prizes.

Sunday, June 1st at 6PM, Peacock Park, 2820 McFarlane Rd- Coconut Grove in Miami

For more details visit the Justice in Miami website at


Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Update: Stepha Henry Case

Suspect arrested in student's Miami disappearance


Tuesday, January 15th 2008, 11:46 AM
Stepha Henry, 22, (center) has been missing since May, when she vanished on a trip to Miami to visit relatives.

Stepha Henry, 22, (center) has been missing since May, when she vanished on a trip to Miami to visit relatives.

Detectives arrested a Brooklyn man suspected of killing a woman who vanished last year while visiting relatives in Miami, police said today.

Kendrick Williams, 32, was nabbed this morning after forensic tests of his car linked him to the victim, police said.

NYPD officers and detectives from Miami took Williams into custody about 8 a.m. at the Canarsie Pier in Brooklyn where he had been living out of a car. He was charged with murdering 22-year-old Stepha Henry, an aspiring lawyer who was last seen May 29 at Peppers Cafe Nightclub in Ford Lauderdale.

Henry and her 16-year-old sister had traveled to Florida just before Memorial Day to celebrate her sister’s birthday. They were staying with relatives, who last saw Henry getting into a black sedan driven by a man.

Florida police said Williams drove Henry to the club in an Acura Integra. He had initially told detectives he left the venue without Henry, police said.

Investigators impounded the car last September, and a forensic analysis found substantial evidence linking him to the victim, police said.

The two were believed to have been romantically involved, police said.

Henry, a graduate of Manhattan’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice, had been preparing to take the entrance exams for law school when she vanished, her relatives said.

Her body has not been recovered. Police have not said how she was killed.

Source: NY Daily News

Of course it was buried underneath plenty of other news.