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Toronto / David Ward | 47 | Missing Toronto Man | September 18, 2014
« on: October 02, 2014, 04:04:55 PM », text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook. Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World.

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General Discussion / People Making a Difference in Finding Our Missing
« on: August 02, 2014, 06:02:17 PM »
I thought I would start this thread today to honor those people, innovators, or organizations that are making a difference in the search for our family members. I read this story about WestJet today, and thought it was worth the praise. Perhaps, if you are aware of anyone or any organization worthy of our praise for taking the initiative, you may want to share their story as well.

Missing Children Society of Canada

CODE SEARCH - Using technology to save a child
Video -

WestJet and the Missing Children Society of Canada are continuing the search for missing children.

Missing N.B. man found dead in Alberta, closing 19-year-old case
Donald Jean Belliveau last seen in 1995
CBC News Posted: Aug 02, 2014 8:40 AM AT Last Updated: Aug 02, 2014 1:34 PM AT

The RCMP in Jasper, Alta. say the discovery of human remains on the Athabasca Glacier ends a nearly two-decade old search for a missing New Brunswick man.
Missing 19 years ago, found deceased. Thoughts and prayers to the family and friends.

Hikers discovered a body in the Athabasca Glacier located in Jasper National Park on Thursday.

Alberta RCMP used a helicopter to recover the remains.

Police say the body is of a man who was 28 years old at the time of his disappearance in 1995.

CBC has learned the man is Donald Jean Belliveau.

"We're looking at a 19-year-old missing person case. Plus, even though up on the glacier the ice would have done a good preservation of the body, the clothing matched the exact clothing that the person had. A set of particular glasses that he was wearing at that point in time," said RCMP Sgt. Jeff Campbell.

The Mounties say the man's next of kin have been notified and are grateful to finally have answers to questions they've been asking for 19 years.

The RCMP and the Edmonton Medical examiners office will continue working to determine the cause of death, but investigators say foul play is not suspected.

Have you guys heard this story?  Emma, 25-year-old animal lover, stopped her car to help a group of ducklings cross the road, but unfortunately a guy on his motorcycle, 50, and his daughter, 16, didn't pay attention or something, and hit the rear end of the car. So Emma received two counts of criminal negligence causing death (maximum life sentence) and two counts of dangerous driving causing death (maximum of 14 years)? 

First, why two sets of charges? But, mostly how in the world - when we see so many horrific intentional deaths that don't get sentenced -  are we spending the time, money and sentence on a girl's act of humanity? Surely, isn't our time better spent on ensuring the criminals with intent get the sentences? I'm thinking, the doctor that stabbed his children over 50 times, the bus traveler that ate his passenger alive, the people responsible for the deaths of a beautiful teen who was in the woods partying with friends, and the son of the priest/ex-police officer that kills, then kills again and gets no sentence?  Do I have to list more?  What am I missing?

I'm not saying that the lives of the motorcyclists are not worth something, but isn't this a tragic accident not an intentional criminal act that caused death? No matter what the system does to Emma, she already has a life sentence of having witnessed the accident that killed two people. And, to what degree does the motorcyclist have in controlling his path and his ability to stop, and how far he should stay behind a moving vehicle? Did she actually cause the fatal crash, or did the motorist behind her have some responsibility in all this?

Source:  Canadian woman who stopped car to help ducks faces life in jail after causing fatal crash,

Canoeists find human remains on bank of North Saskatchewan river near Maidstone
CBC News Posted: May 22, 2014 8:30 PM CT Last Updated: May 22, 2014 8:30 PM CT

A group of canoeists paddling on the North Saskatchewan River near Maidstone came across human remains Thursday. RCMP say they hope an autopsy will allow them to positively identify the body.

Mounties from the Maidstone detachment of the RCMP were dispatched at 2:10 p.m. CST after getting a call about a body on the riverbank.

The human remains were found about 10 kilometres north of the Paynton Ferry crossing.

RCMP said their investigation will include members from the major crimes section as well as the provincial coroner's office.

They noted that while an autopsy may help them identify the body, they may need to do some follow up work to be absolutely certain.

Last seen in March, just recently reported as missing.

Wasaga Beach man missinglast seen by a neighbour at his Wasaga Beach residence on March 26.

Plewes is described as white with a fair complexion, straight brown medium length hair, a brown moustache and brown eyes. He is about six feet tall and 160 pounds.

Barrie / Human Remains Found on Christian Island | April 30, 2014
« on: May 05, 2014, 06:28:34 AM »
Human remains discovered on Christian Island

Christian Island could be that of missing pilot
Jennifer MtPleasant
News | Regional
May 3, 2014

BEAUSOLIEL FIRST NATION/CHRISTIAN ISLAND  - The skeletal remains found in an isolated area on the Beausoleil First Nation on Christian Island could possibly be that of an Owen Sound man who has been missing since November 2013 when his small airplane crashed into Georgian Bay near Wasaga Beach. Upon further investigation of the debris, the resident found partial adult human skeletal remains.

Can human remains wash up that far away from Wasaga Beach?

Human remains have been found by a couple walking alongside a road, at Thompson and Steen intersection in Ottawa.

Actually, this report says south of Ottawa:

CTV Ottawa
Published Friday, April 18, 2014 4:03PM EDT
Ontario Provincial Police say human remains have been discovered in the Winchester area, about an hour south of Ottawa.
Officers received a call Thursday evening about remains found on Steen Rd. near Thompson Rd. north of Winchester.
The preliminary police investigation has identifed the remains as human. The identity of the deceased person and the cause of death have yet to be determined.
An autopsy is scheduled in Oshawa on Tuesday.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Stormont Dundas and Glengarry OPP at 613-534-2223 or 1-888-310-1122.

I'm sorry, I have the date posted wrong on the subject heading. She was last seen March 10 at 8 a.m., not March 11.

Another story in the Barrie Examiner claims her licence plate number is BSAM 312.

March 10 at 8 a.m. when she left for work in Collingwood.

If you see Robinson, or have any information, you can reach Huronia West OPP at 705-429-3575 or 1-888-310-1122.

Barrie / Hal Gerrald Forrest | Missing February 28, 2005 | Barrie, ON
« on: February 01, 2014, 06:14:21 PM »
There is a drawing of Hal on the link.

Name: Hal Forrest
Missing Since: 2005
Occurrence Number: BA07035002

February 15th, 2013 - Missing Persons
Occurrence Type: Missing Person - Police seeking public assistance
Occurrence #: BA07035002
Date: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 - 11:55am


Hal Gerrald Raymond FORREST (28May1980) LAST DESCRIPTION: Caucasian Male, fair complexion, slim build, 170 cms, 63 kgs, brown wavy hair, brown eyes The Barrie Police Service (Barrie, Ontario, Canada) is asking for the help of the public in locating or determining the whereabouts of a missing Barrie resident, Hal Gerrald FORREST, who disappeared from his family home on February 28, 2005.

Since that time no member of his family, relatives or friends have heard or seen from him. Attached is an age enhanced forensic drawing of what Hal FORREST may appear like today.

Any person with information is asked to contact Detective Constable Chris Castonguay #3058, at the Barrie Police Service Criminal Investigations Division at 1.705.725.7025 x 2125, your local police detachment or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. Please Quote Barrie Police Occurrence BA07035002 to outside agencies.


During the beginning of February 2005, Hal FORREST returned home to Barrie, ON from the University of Waterloo after failing numerous courses and being unable to provide for himself financially. After approximately 3 weeks, Hal's parent noticed him to be lacking motivation and encouraged Hal to seek meaningful employment. Hal's parents, in conjunction with their son, attempted to create a personal plan on how Hal could positively contribute to the family/household. On the 27th of February 2005,

Hal and his parents became involved in a heated disagreement over his lack of motivation and it is still unknown if this argument triggered Hal's disappearance. On the 28th of February 2005, Hal drove his mother to her workplace and after dropping her off for the day advised he was going to be searching local business for employment. He advised his mother that he would return at the end of her shift but failed to show. Upon returning home his mother mother found a hand written note from Hal advising that he was leaving the house and was "going to find himself". The note also advised the mother's vehicle was parked in a nearby bookstore parking lot and that the keys were in the vehicle. He had also removed all personal belongings from his room but left behind his personal identification and credit cards. This day was the last anyone has seen Hal.

Since his going missing on the 28th of February 2005, no members of his family, friends, faculty and associates have heard from him. His family believes Hal may be living in the Vancouver, British Columbia area under a new identity but this information has not been confirmed.

Kentucky State Police, USA, are looking outside their borders to identify a woman found August 15, 2011 in a drainage ditch off the Cumberland Parkway/Interstate 65, near Glasgow.  "The most important indicator was her extensive modern dental work, root canals and alloy fillings. "

"Police are also still trying to determine how she got there. They believe she was dumped..."

She has not been found in the US database system.

Unfortunately investigators have run out of leads and are appealing to the public for more information as they await the results of a DNA test. Anyone with information about this crime is urged to call Kentucky State Police at 270-782-2010.


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