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MailOnline Article Published 02/02/13, BRUNSWICK, GA  —

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A medical examiner has ruled that a Georgia county commissioner who drowned near a boat dock after suffering a gunshot to the head committed suicide, the county coroner said Friday.

Police found the body of 52-year-old Glynn County Commissioner Tom Sublett early on Dec. 11 in the water beside a docked boat on St. Simons Island. His wallet was in his back pocket and still contained his driver’s license and credit cards. An empty gun holster and a magazine loaded with 9mm bullets were found in Sublett’s car nearby, but no gun was recovered.

Glynn County Coroner Jimmy Durden said in a telephone interview that the manner of death according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation crime lab in Savannah is going to be suicide.

That conclusion is bound to prove contentious in the coastal community that was shocked by Sublett’s death two weeks before Christmas.

Authorities have spent nearly two months conducting a homicide investigation into Sublett’s death while offering a reward of $70,000 raised from fellow officials, friends and other private donors. And some evidence seems to contradict evidence that Sublett killed himself. Durden confirmed Friday that Sublett’s hands were bound in front of him when police found his body.

An attorney for Sublett’s family said his wife and other relatives ‘strongly disagree’ with any finding that he killed himself after leaving a poker game with friends.

‘There’s no history or even a notion of depression in Tom Sublett. There’s no alcohol abuse or drug abuse,’ Johnson said. ‘He was living his life in a normal way and proceeding with the normal daily activities and holiday season activities at the time this happened.’

GBI spokesman John Bankhead would not confirm that Sublett’s death had been ruled a suicide.

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Two drawing’s depicting pregnant Jane Doe discovered in Huron

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Sex: Female
Age: 30 – 40 years old
Height: 5′ 1″ – 5′ 6″
Weight: Unk pounds
Other: Pregnant

Remains Found: Date: 08/29/2002
Location: Wooded area Town of Huron, Wayne County, New York
Other:
Skeletal remains of an adult female and fetus were located in a wooded area north of a state fishing access and boat launch road in the Town of Huron, N.Y. This area is midway between Rochester and Syracuse, N.Y. There is access to Lake Ontario from this location.
The female was of mixed race (biracial) (black/hispanic/caucasian), approximately 5′ 1″ – 5′ 6″ tall, with reddish/brown hair that was possibly dyed.
DNA, dental records and partial fingerprints are available for those who may need it.

If you have any information regarding this case please contact: New York State Police (NYPD) – (585) 398-4100

You may also e-mail any information to:
nysvicap@troopers.ny.gov

Pictured: Kaylene Gallegos, Taken In 2006

This is the only photo of Kaylene Gallegos that I could find on the Internet. Using her first and last and last name and also her full name which is ”Kaylene Marie Gallegos”

Description → Kaylene is Hispanic/Caucasian, 5’0” – 5’3”, weighing approximately 110-pounds. She has brown, strait hair that was long at the time of her disappearance and brown eyes.

She was reportedly last seen wearing a grey tank-top with a brown jacket over it, dark-blue jeans and sandals.

Circumstances Of Disappearance → Kaylene was last seen on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at her father’s residence in Lakeside Arizona, getting into a vehicle with two male subjects. She stated that she was heading to the Phoenix Arizona area. It was later reported that Jacob Mata, 20, was one of the males that sopposely picked the missing woman up from her residence.
 
Jacob Mata had an interview and stated that she returned with him to the area on Friday, May 21, 2010, but they got lost on a forest service road where they spent the night. He reported that the next morning, Saturday, May 22, 2010 they got separated while trying to find a way out of the forest and he never saw her again. 

Jacob has not been truthful with information he provided Police with. Initially he said he was from Phoenix and Kaylene was his girlfriend. He later had a Jail interview stating he is not from Phoenix, but Show Low, and that he wasen’t in a relationship with Kaylene. He was in jail for seperate charges unrelated to Kaylene’s actual disappearance.

Other Information→ City: Show Low State: Arizona Zip: 85901 County: Navajo → There are four people, including Kaylene, who are currently missing from Navajo.

Many reports have inaccurate discription’s of Kaylene and her disappearance. Information posted by me is taking out of missing persons websites, mainly NAMPM and NCMEC, as media has published inaccuracies regarding this case on more then one occasion.

 

Law enforcement investigators are asking that anyone with information to please contact the Navajo County  Sheriff’s Office at (928) 524 – 4050.

PHILADELPHIA — Danielle Imbo, then 34,  had known Richard Petrone, then 35, since she was fifteen years old. Though they had gone to different high schools in New Jersey (she attended Cherry Hill High School East while he was at Bishop Eustace Prep in nearby Pennsauken) Danielle was good friends with Richard’s sister, Christine. Danielle had a ”crush” on Richard, but he had been so consumed with playing ice hockey at the time, he hadn’t picked up on her interest. It wasn’t until much later that they rediscovered one another and became a couple, but by this time, Danielle had been married and divorced once. The man’s name was ”Joe Imbo” who had threatened Richard a few times over the phone but isn’t a suspect as of now.

It was a chilly night, February 19th 2005, when Richard Petrone and Danielle Imbo vanished, along with the pick-up truck they were driving. The disappearance was truly a mystery and still is. No phone calls to friends or family members, no ransom notes, no wreckage, no remains. After years of searching for the missing couple, the police say they have “zero physical evidence.” Despite extensive searches, Richard’s 2001 four-door Dodge Dakota pickup has not been located. Richard’s and Danielle’s credit cards and ATM cards have not been used since they walked out of Abilene’s that night. There has been no activity on either of their cellphones. Surveillance cameras that routinely record transactions at ATM machines showed no signs of either of them. Video cameras at highway toll plazas and river crossings have no record of Richard’s truck passing through that night. It’s as if they vanished into thin air.

“Not a lipstick, not a bag, not a shoe, not a car, not an eyewitness, not a tip, not anything,” Danielle’s brother, John Ottobre said.

They were last seen at Abilene’s bar and restaurant on South Street in Philadelphia, and Richard’s best friend Rick Bellezzi stated that the couple “left the club happy at about 11:45pm.”.. Many who knew the two of them stated they were NOT the type to up and leave without an explanation. They were very happy with there lives and all they had left behind and just wouldn’t walk away from friends and family like that.

 A reward of $100,000 is being offered for any information that will lead to the whereabouts of Danielle and Richard, and police in Philadelphia and New Jersey as well as the FBI continue to search for the couple. But so far they’ve come up empty.

 Danielle Imbo is an attractive brunette with hazel eyes and an infectious smile. Her friends agree that she’s “very smart” with a great ”personality and sense of humor.” One friend described her as a “very blunt” person, “a tell-it-like-it-is type of girl.” A few years before her disappearance, she sang in a rock band called the ”School Boys”, following in the footsteps of her late father, Johnny Ottobre, who in the 1950s had been the lead singer in a well-known doo-wop group called the ”Four Dates”. She has a tattoo on her lower back, a symbol of her astrological sign (Leo) inside a horseshoe of flowers.

Richard Petrone has two tattoos. One is of a clown which is located on his right arm, the other is his daughter’s name (Angela) tattooed on his left arm. He is described as being ”good natured and jovial” He has a stocky, solid build. He has brown hair, blue eyes and usually wears a goatee or a sculpted full beard. Richard is also described as layed back type of guy who liked occasionally drinking beer with friends and relaxing after a long week, a good personality, someone who loved his family and friends too much to ever leave on his own accord.

Richard and Danielle’s family miss them and want answers. Some fear the worst while others try to remain hopeful that one day they will get there loved ones back.

According to Sergeant Tim Cooney of the Philadelphia Police, “No one is a suspect and everyone is a subject of this investigation.”

The Mystery Remains as of 2012

For more information on this unsolved case and  for additional photos, please visit: http://www.danielleimbo.com Any further information, please contact either Mount Laurel Twp Police Department at #856-234-1414, Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office at #609-265-7105, NJSP Missing Persons Unit at #800-709-7090, or Philadelphia Police Department at #215-686-3013/3014.  or  NJSP Missing Persons Unit at #800-709-7090.

Photo of Jeremy Alex (on left) playing the guitar

Jeremy Alex, then 28, disappeared from Northport (ME) on April 30th, 2004 and hasn’t been seen since. Jeremy was seen running down a rural road in Northport, Maine in a delusional state.

His father missing him dearly and has started the Jeremy Alex Fund with the purpose of helping at-risk kids. The Alex family has also offered a reward regarding Jeremy’s case.

Jeremy’s Disappearance has also been featured on a TV show called ”Disappeared” – Below is an article written and published by Bangordailynews about Jeremy’s Disappearance and the Tv show that was aired and can be watched on the internet website ‘YouTube’

NORTHPORT, Maine — Almost seven years ago, Jeremy Alex disappeared in the woods of Northport under mysterious circumstances.

Despite a $20,000 reward for information on his whereabouts, his family is still left with many questions, no answers — and no Jeremy.

They hope that a television program about him that airs Monday night on the Investigation Discovery channel’s series “Disappeared” will change that.

“There’s not too many things left to do that will spark an interest again,” his father, Ted Alex, said Friday from Portsmouth, N.H. where he lives. “We’re optimistic … Hopefully, somebody will call and give us some information.”

Jeremy, a landscape who was in the process of moving to Northport from Islesboro, was 28 when he last was seen running into the woods off Pound Hill Road the evening of April 24, 2004. Although the disappearance was treated initially as a missing-person case, his family believes that the man they describe as kind and a free spirit may have been murdered.

Deputies found Jeremy’s car nearby, but were unable to locate him. A search was mounted immediately, but nothing was found. After the public was notified that Jeremy was missing, a second witness recalled seeing a man who matched his description run across Route 1 near Northport Marine at about the same time. That area also was searched extensively, but nothing was found.

For years, there were no more reliable clues, Ted Alex said last week. But about 2½ years ago, Jeremy’s driver’s license surfaced at a home on the shore in Northport along with a story of missed opportunity.

In 2004, a Northport couple was building a house on the ocean, and about a month after Jeremy disappeared, money started washing up onshore. Workers found about $30 in all, according to Alex.

About two weeks after that, Jeremy’s driver’s license washed up, too.

The couple had a bowl on their coffee table that was filled with everything that had floated in on the tides, and they put the license and the money in that. They never made the connection to the missing man. After the husband died, friends came to a get-together after his funeral. A retired highway patrol officer saw the driver’s license in the bowl and remembered hearing about Jeremy Alex.

“He called the police,” Ted Alex said. “He ended up e-mailing me about it, saying ‘I have $30 of Jeremy’s money and his license,’ which was obviously really bizarre.”

The $20,000 reward, too, has led to nothing more tangible than rumors, he said.

He remembered his son as a nice guy who struggled with addiction but loved snowboarding, chess, music, gardening and Maine.

Anyone with information about Jeremy Alex should call Trundy at the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office at 338-2040.

For more information, visit http://www.jeremyalex.com.
Link – http://new.bangordailynews.com/2011/02/06/lifestyle/tv-show-to-air-about-maine-man-who-disappeared-in-2004/

Numerous leads and interviews have been conducted over the years with no resolution. The State Police continue their investigation. The case is considered a suspicious missing persons case.

Jeremy Alex was born April, 1976 (some reports claim he was born on April 8, while others claim April 24, 1976 as his birthdate) he would be turning 36 years old in 2012. He is described as a Caucasian male with brown hair, brown eyes, 5’7” tall and weighing approximately 155 pounds prior to his disappearance.

Alex smoked hand-rolled ciggerettes at the time of his disappearance and was last seen wearing an olive-green Timberland ‘hoodie, blue or brown jeans and sneakers.’

He also had a substance abuse problem in the years leading up to 2004 and may have been on some type of drug and disoriented on the day he went missing.

If you have any information regarding this cold case, please contact: Maine State Police, CID II, 36 Hospital Street, Augusta, Maine 04330, telephone (207) 624-7143.

You can also contact: Criminal Investigation Division with information regarding this murder. You may also report information about this crime using the online Report a Crime form.

On November 4, 2010, the body of an unidentified male was found by hunters on Thursday about a mile from Route 11 in Staceyville, Maine. He is believed to be a caucasion male in his fifties that weighed approx 150 pounds and around 5’9. When found he was found wearing a blue and white plaid, button-down, long-sleeve shirt. The shirt was a “Vineyard Vines” whale shirt. The shirt comes from a company based out of Martha’s Vineyard, Mass. He also was wearing St. John’s Bay khaki pants. The pants had a 33-inch waist and a 30-inch inseam. The deceased male also had a medium St. John’s Bay dark brown canvas jacket a pair of New Balance sneakers that were model 811, size 10EE.

The deceased also wore a blue and white cap with the name ‘Chris’ on it. Possibly hinting his first name. It is believed that he may have died a month prior to his body’s discovery.

If you have any information about this deceased person, please contact the Maine State Police located in Houlton at (207) 532-5400.