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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.

UPDATE: Unidentified Murder Victim Found In 2011 Was Scalped (KY)

Police in Kentucky are still investigating the unsolved homicide of A unidentified female.

The woman was found on August 15th, 2011 and is believed to be Native-American descent and was found scalped and shot to death in a wooded area in Barren County, Kentucky. Her skull was found in a drainage ditch off of Cumberland Parkway near Glasgow. Her bones were later found by investigators near Interstate 65, scattered over a 100-120-foot area.

Authorities are still trying to figure out how she ended up there and who murdered her. Police 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, no matter how insignificant you think it might be, is urged to call the Kentucky State Police at 207-782-2010 Or contact your local police.


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Allow A DNA-Test For Kristen Blaise Lobato

Duran Bailey died a gruesome death. The homeless man met his end on July 8, 2001. His killer didn’t stop with the fatal blow to the back of his head. The perpetrator stabbed him, slashed his throat, knocked out his teeth and severed his penis. The medical examiner counted 30 injuries to his genitals and upper body. Between the bruising and the blood, Bailey wasn’t just killed, he was brutalized beyond almost all recognition.

Bailey’s indignities didn’t end with his death. After the killer finished with his body, that person buried him in garbage, the refuse from the Flamingo Road dumpster where the bloody crime occurred.

His killer fled from there. But to where? Police say Panaca. That’s where they arrested 18-year-old Kirstin Blaise Lobato more than 10 days after the crime.

Others aren’t so sure. Lobato’s supporters, who have followed the case from day one, say prosecutors got the wrong person. While Lobato languished in jail, they said, Bailey’s killer remained at large. And they think the only way to free their friend may be to find the real murderer.

To that end, they recruited the Innocence Project, an organization that has freed hundreds of wrongly convicted prisoners. The group has offered to underwrite DNA testing in the Lobato case. Kirstin’s supporters hope some piece of cellular detritus, a scrap of a genetic fingerprint, will blow the old case wide open again.

There’s just one problem. So far, the district attorney’s office, District Court and state Supreme Court have blocked efforts to test the evidence. A petition on urging the DA to allow testing has garnered more than 125,000 virtual signatures. But the office hasn’t budged. – Click Link To Read Full Story:

To sign the petition to allow Kristen Lobato to take a DNA-test, click the photo of Kristen shown.

A video posted on youtube which describes the unsolved disappearance of Madeleine McCann, 3. Video also provides photos of the young girl and her family.

Unsolved Cold Case - Jimmie Sue Smith - Texas

It is 11.30 on the morning of June 23, 1981. The plains of Lubbock, Texas, are already at 104 degrees. Around the world all minds are on a bombing in Iran, while President Ronald Reagan is jousting with their leaders. McEnroe is being fined for his tennis court manners, and it is the last day in the life of 19 year old Jimmie Sue Smith. She is dressed in a yellow top and yellow slacks. The wind is blowing her hair back and frames her face as if to give her Mother one final living glimpse of her.

Nineteen years later, when we interview her mother, she will recall that look. Two hours pass while mother and daughter eat lunch, shop, and finally wave goodbye. In a last-minute attempt to perhaps protect her in some way, her mother asks Jimmie Sue to stay with her and go back with her to work at the church. Jimmie Sue wants to get home and lie in the sun. Sun bathing was a rare pleasure for the girl that held down two jobs and attended Texas Tech University.

Jimmie Sue enters the small bungalow-style house in an area close to the university. She telephones a friend and asks her to come over and lie in the sun with her. It is now 2:30 in the afternoon. The girlfriend arrives at 3:30, but there is no answer at the door. She looks in the window and sees Jimmie’s purse on the bed. She is not in the backyard, so the girl leaves. It is around 3:35 in the afternoon.

To view the composite of the suspect
from 6-23-81 click here

The hammock is hanging loose, and Jimmie Sue’s bathing suit top is lying underneath. The suntan oil is close by with the lid off. A phone sits in the window so she can hear any calls that might come in. On the kitchen counter is a roll of tape and an open Band-Aid box with Band-Aids scattered about. We will later learn that Jimmie Sue has a cut on her elbow. “It felt strange for the door to be locked,” says her mother, who arrived home at five o’clock. There is no sign of a struggle, and in the girls room are her purse, watch and her diamond ring. In the bathroom adjacent to the master bedroom is an un flushed toilet with feces in it but no paper. (We have seen this at crime scenes many times before. Police and profilers all say it is a killer leaving his mark). At the edge of the bed, which is turned back, with the pillow missing, is the bottom to her bathing suit. When her mother picks it up, she notices that it is wet (with urine) and rolled in an unusual manner. She immediately knows something is wrong. On the bed is a pair of Jimmie’s stepfather’s slacks with the belt pulled out and lying on top of them. Her mother thinks this also is unusual. In the walk-in closet is Jimmie Sue’s body, nude, with a necktie around her throat. Her feet and hands are bound with neckties. A pillow is placed over her chest.

The killer had fired a twenty-two pistol six times through a towel and a pillow. The necktie around her throat would indicate a possible strangling but could have been a gag that slipped down. Newspapers all reported that she was strangled, but we can’t be sure of this because the 19-year-old autopsy needs to be located and reviewed. (more…)

An Alleged Trip to the Mall Ends in a Disappearance

Bianca Lebron The suspect in the van On November 7th, 2001 10 year old Bianca Lebron was about to start her day at Elias Howe Elementary school in Bridgeport when she got into a beat up older model brown and tan van driven by a hispanic male estimated to be in his mid-twenties. Since then her family has not seen the fifth grader. She was last seen wearing beige pants, a brown and green camouflage shirt and a jean jacket. That day, Bianca had told friends that she was going to the mall with her uncle. According to her family, she has no Uncle. Bridgeport Police want to talk to the man that owned the van that Bianca entered. He may be responsible for abduction, know what happened to her or have some important clues. He is described as a hispanic male in his mid-twenties, average height and build. Black kinky hair with sideburns and a large nose. Below is a picture of the type of van he might have driven. Bianca is hispanic and is described as being 4’11, 115 pounds, black hair with hazel eyes. She has a mole/birthmark on her forehead. Her picture is shown at the left. Police do have a strong suspect and for additional information about this case and suspect please click here. If you have any information on the disappearance of Bianca LeBron please contact the Bridgeport Police Department at (203)332-5533.

What the van might look like