HAVE YOU SEEN US: Kala Brown & Charlie Carver | Update 1

Updated 11:45 PM PDT 

COUPLE MISSING FROM SOUTH CAROLINA

Kala Brown and Charlie Carver were suppose to meet Kala’s friend for dinner so she could get to know Charlie a little better but they were no-shows. That was six weeks ago (August 31, 2016)

Charlie Carver, 32

EVIDENCE LEFT BEHIND

Friends and Family contacted the Police Department to report the couple missing.  The Couple’s dog was left inside the Kala’s apartment without any food or water.  Family and friends who know her, say she would never do that.  It appears nothing was stolen from either residence as keys, meds and other personal items were still inside.

MISSING VEHICLE

However, Charlie’s vehicle has been reported stolen.

CHARLIE’S FACEBOOK PAGE

Family and friends were startled when Charlie’s Facebook page came alive with random postings of missing people and other messages about things the family/friends say Charlie would never post on his Page.

MEDIA CRAZE

One news media story titled, “Could the Killer or his Ex be Posting on Charlie’s Facebook page?”

Here’s the story where the FB page was first reported:  http://breaking911.com/missing-couples-facebook-account-suddenly-comes-alive-terrifying-family/

WHAT POLICE HAVE SAID SO FAR

It was reported that Police have not tried to track down the couple through Social Media stating they would have to get a search warrant and they just have not done that yet.  Facebook reported through one news media source saying that if they were served a Search Warrant, they’d turn over all details needed to find out who the poster is, the IP address and location information.

Kala Brown, 30

THE SEARCH CONTINUES

Whatever the case, their families, friends and communities are searching for them.  At least to find out what happened and some answers to calm their unknown fears.

PLEASE SHARE THIS POST

We would appreciate if you would SHARE this post and flood Social Media. Someone knows something and maybe they are afraid to share with the Police or they have Tips about their Location.

This couple has been missing for six weeks and counting.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

NW Fire Blog:  We are using the following hashtags – #KalaBrown  #CharlieCarver #BringCharlieAndKalaHome

Social Media:  Social Media users are posting  hashtags – #FindKalaAndCharlie #MissingInSC #AndersonSC #AndersonPolice Department

OFFICIAL MISSING POSTER

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MISSING VEHICLE DESCRIPTION

The vehicle is a white 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix 4-door with South Carolina Plate HWY224.  It also has a LSU decal in the back window and a LSU vanity plate on the front bumper.  There is damage on the side passenger mirror.

If you see this vehicle, call 9-1-1. Do not approach the vehicle.  Police are also looking for this vehicle and need the Public’s assistance to locate it.

WHY ARE WE POSTING ABOUT A PD CASE?

Because someone’s daughter and son are missing.  Maybe they are choosing to be missing or maybe not. We also know the Police seem to be looking for them and there are many misconceptions about what they are / are not doing with their investigation. Let’s #BringKalaAndCharlieHome

We feel this is a unique case that demands some answers and besides, it’s a story and will have an unexpected ending.  We really want them to be found safe and well.

This is what we know so far (gleaning from Social Media):

  • They were suppose to be met by a friend for dinner on 8/31/2016 but were no-shows
  • Kala left her dog without food or water and she would never do that
  • Said that Charlie is in the middle of a divorce with one woman
  • Charlie left from work but was not heard from since
  • They have been missing now for 6 weeks
  • Friends and Family have asked those to share on Social Media
  • Someone is posting on Charlie’s page things he would not normally say or do and he rarely posted on his Facebook Page.
  • Kala know as a frequent Facebook Page user has not posted anything since her disappearance
  • A Good Fund Me has been created but someone indicated it was a fake page raising money for something not legit (Please check it out if you feel like donating).
  • Because we want them to be found safe and well

See Something? Say Something?

Call Anderson SC Police @ A 864-260-4444

 

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

HAVE YOU SEEN ME? #CarlieTrent Missing

We are asking our #NWFireBlog friends and family to please share this photo. We believe she is in imminent danger and asking you all to share on all of your Social Media platforms.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, her parents, friends, loved ones and Public Safety members looking for her.

  • Issued for: Tennessee
  • AMBER Alert: 11978

Carlie Trent

No photo available

Vehicle Information

    • Make:
    • Dodge
    • Model:
    • Conversion Van
    • Year:
    • 2002
    • Color:
    • White
    • Description:
    • Dark stripe down the middle with light gold running boards and paint is chipping off of the hood.
    • License plate:
    • 173GPS
    • License state:
    • TN

A Middle and East Tennessee AMBER Alert has been issued for 9 year-old Carlie Marie Trent. Carlie was removed from school yesterday by her uncle by marriage, Gary Simpson under false pretenses. He has no custodial rights to Carlie. Currently their whereabouts are unknown. Carlie is 4’8″ tall, weighs 75lbs with blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a black and grey tank top and blue jeans. Simpson is a 57 year-old white male, 5’10” tall, weighing 157lbs. He is balding and has brown hair and eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown cap, a dark colored shirt and jeans. He was last seen driving a white 2002 Dodge Conversion Van with TN registration 173GPS. The van has a dark stripe down the middle with light gold running boards and paint is chipping off of the hood. Warrants have been issued for Simpson for Kidnapping. If you have seen the child, subject or vehicle, please call the Rogersville Police Department at 423-272-7555 or TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

Suspect Description

 

No photo available
    • Gary Simpson
    • Age Now
    • 57

  • ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT
  • Rogersville Police Department 423-272-7555

 

Source:  http://www.missingkids.org/poster/AMBER/11978/9205

 

2016 The #NWFireBlog

Have You Seen Us? Missing from Everett

SOCIAL MEDIA & DESIGNATORS

#EmmaLyons

#FlorenceLyons

#EverettTwinsMissing

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Washington’s Most Wanted and the Renton Police Department Need Your Help

Renton, Washington | Washington’s Most Wanted has been airing many cases on the Seattle-based KCPQ Channel 13 that need our assistance. This one is much more upsetting than some of the others, though all of them are really serious and committed by the worst of the worst.

Why?

Every day, people like you and me work very hard to earn an honest day’s living.  What you make, you work so hard to save and use to support your families.  What is so upsetting about this story are the criminals that take what you have worked so hard to keep from creating fraud by stealing your Identity. Thieves steal hundreds to thousands to millions from unsuspecting consumers every day.

Let this case show you how these criminals need to be stopped in their tracks helping Law Enforcement make the necessary arrests and to save you from undue stress and financial ruins.

Fianancial institutions and businesses are paying the ultimate price from lost revenue generated from fraud.

And, all of us eventually suffer the consequences of what thieves attempt to do – ruining our financial future.  We know, because we have experienced fraud a time or two in our lives.

Be a Good Witness

The Renton Police has the perfect suspect in mind.  Take a good look at his photo and call Police if you know him, have information on his whereabouts or can help the Detective on this case.  NOTE:  Call 9-1-1. Do not approach or converse with this person for safety precautions. Let the professionals handle it.

Have you seen this man?

If you know this man or have any information, please email the Renton Police Department’s Criminal Investigator @ tjarratt@rentonwa.gov. They would be interested in speaking with you.

OR

Call 9-1-1 to report this suspect to Law Enforcement.

Information can also be found on the website http://www.CanYouID.me.

Refer to Renton PD’s Case #14-14654.

ABOUT  Washington’s Most Wanted

News Reporters David Rose and  Parella Lewis with Seattle, Washington’s KCPQ13 TV station share stories and highlight their partnerships with local, state and federal law enforcement, along with the community bringing fugitives to justice.

[c] 2015 The NW Fire Blog

HAVE YOU SEEN ME? I am a Killer Wanted by the FBI

$10,000 REWARD

San Bernandino, CA – The FBI and the City of San Bernardino Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Edly Albert Atherley II (DOB: 11/14/1984).

Atherley, a convicted felon, is wanted for the murder of his wife on or about November 30, 2013, in San Bernardino, California. The couple has two children together. The San Bernardino District Attorney’s Office issued a warrant for the arrest of Atherley on December 3, 2013.

Atherley was last seen on November 30, 2013, at about 10:30 pm in the area near his apartment. He had a large, gash-type wound that was bleeding heavily on the web of his right hand, and an abrasion to his right forearm. It is believed he may still be in the San Bernardino area. He is 5’9″ tall, 170 lbs., has black hair, brown eyes and a tattoo on his right shoulder.

Atherley has ties to California, Florida and Belize. He is known to frequent gyms and exercises regularly. He also enjoys hiking, and has been known to hike in the vicinity of Highway 38 and Glass Road, near the San Gorgonio Wilderness. Atherley has previously worked in the banking industry and in a warehouse distribution center.

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that leads directly to the arrest of Edly Albert Atherley II.

Anyone with information about Edly Atherley’s whereabouts should dial 911 immediately.

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To assist with Amber Alerts, missing person cases and wanted fugitives through flyer and picture sharing on Facebook please “Like” Missingcases.com on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/missingcases and follow on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/MissingCases

SOURCE: http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/seeking-info/edly-albert-atherly-ii/view

[Editor’s Note: We don’t normally post these types of things on our blog but when it is so close to home and so heinous, we are working with Law Enforcement to help get the word out so this Murderer can be taken offf the streets and so that Justice may prevail.  Please share this and let’s help the Police catch this killer. Thanks – NWFB]

2013 The NW Fire Blog

NEW MEXICO – HOLIDAY INCIDENT – Missing Firefighter Update #7

Photo of missing firefighter Token Adams

Missing Firefighter, Engine Captain Token Adams, Wildland Firefighter (Photo Credit: inciweb.org)

SAR MISSION:

(Santa Fe National Forest)

Missing Firefighter, Engine Capt. Token Adams

 

9/5/13 – Post #7 (PM Update)

MISSING PERSON

Santa Fe National Forest requests your assistance in locating this person.

Search Subject: Token Adams

Commanders Join Forces to Search for Missing Firefighter in a Unified Command

 

Missing Person Poster

Last seen wearing long sleeve yellow nomex shirt, green nomex pants, and lace up brown leather wildland fire boots. Last seen in the area of Holiday Mesa off Forest Service road 608 on Friday, 8/30/13. Mr. Adams was seen riding a red Polaris 400 ATV while investigating a possible fire start when he disappeared.

If you were in the area of Holiday Mesa and Stable Mesa on or after August 30th and may have seen this individual, please contact the Forest Service at 505-438-5600.

 

9/5/13 – Post #6 (Update)

A press conference is cheduled today, September 5, at 1:00pm at the Incident Base Camp.

 

9/5/13 – Post #5 (AM Update)

Yesterday at 6:00 am the Joe Reinarz Type 1 Southwest Incident Management Team joined forces with Dave Denali’s New Mexico State Police Search and Rescue Team to assist in search efforts for missing firefighter Token Adams. Under a unified command structure the Type I team and the New Mexico team will be able to combine local resources with national resources to aid in the search for Token Adams.

A Firewatch “Cobra” helicopter is schedule to arrive today to provide additional support for the search team. This specialized helicopter has cameras as well as infrared and low-light sensors. Its low-light sensors and transmission equipment can transmit images to search crews up to 30 miles away. Search teams use a gridding technique to ensure that all areas are covered thoroughly before eliminating and moving to a different area. Air and ground search areas overlap.

The mother of Token Adams, Ietake Anderson, visited the Incident Base Camp this morning. She spoke to search crews and thanked them for their hard work.

A 25 square-mile section of the Santa Fe National Forest is being searched. Approximately 25 percent of the area has been covered on foot and 70 percent by air.

Please direct all information requests to the Holiday Incident Information Center at the Jemez Ranger District (575) 829-3535. Holiday Incident information is also being posted to http://www.inciweb.orgor follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/T1SWIMT.

9/4/13 – Post #4 (AM Update)

Wednesday, September 4, 2013 – The search for Jemez Ranger District engine captain, Token Adams continues today. Token, who has been missing since Friday, August 30, has been the focus of an intense search effort by numerous Federal, State, County and local agency personnel as well as many volunteers throughout the holiday weekend.

The family, fellow employees and the entire community of Jemez Springs have anxiously waited for the past five days in hopes that Token would be quickly found. Token’s wife Heidi has released the following statement: “We would like to express the heartfelt gratitude we feel for all the men and women that are out there searching for Token. We are thankful for all the support we have received from the community and our Forest Service Family. Words cannot express how grateful we are to everyone involved. Please continue to respect our privacy during this difficult time. Thank You!”

Cooperators from various agencies continue their search using multiple methods including ATV, UTV, search dogs, horseback, foot travel, fixed wing aircraft and Blackhawk helicopters. An additional Fire Watch Airplane has been ordered that has infrared capability to detect heat sources. Search teams are using a gridding technique to ensure that all areas are covered thoroughly before eliminating and moving to a different area.

A check in system has been established to track searchers every half hour. As new crews continue arriving, they are being plugged into the system and providing the added benefit of fresh eyes on the ground. Weather may once again become an issue today with as there continues to be a chance of wetting rains in the area.

Joe Reinarz’s Southwest Incident Management Team assumed command of search efforts as part of a unified command this morning and will oversee the organization of search efforts in coordination with New Mexico State Police.

Please direct all information requests to the Holiday Incident Information Center at the Jemez Ranger District (575) 829-3535. Holiday Incident information is also being posted to http://www.inciweb.orgor follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/T1SWIMT.

 

9/4/13 – Post #3 (PM Briefing)

The search for Jemez Ranger District (Santa Fe National Forest) wildland firefighter, Token Adams, continued today with local, state and Federal agency personnel, volunteers and equipment involved. The steep, rugged, terrain continues to challenge search efforts. Search teams remain optimistic.

Firefighter Adams, engine captain on a Jemez Ranger District engine, has been missing for five days. The last communication from him was received on Friday afternoon from Holiday Mesa. He and other firefighters from the Ranger District were responding to a smoke report and searching for the 25-acre Schoolhouse Fire located on Schoolhouse Mesa.

The Labor Day weekend allowed numerous groups of volunteers to help with the search effort. Some have been replaced by new volunteers. The Santa Fe National Forest and the Jemez Ranger District thank everyone for their help.

The Southwest Incident Management Type 1 Team, Incident Commander Joe Reinarz, will assume command of search efforts as part of a unified command on Wednesday morning at 6:00 a.m.

The family asks for privacy during this difficult time.

Please direct all information requests to the Holiday Incident Information Center at the Jemez Ranger District (575) 829-3535. Holiday Incident information is also being posted to http://www.inciweb.org/

 

9/3/13 – Post #2

Tuesday, September 3, 2013 – The search for Jemez Ranger District (Santa Fe National Forest) wildland firefighter, Token Adams, was hampered again yesterday by heavy afternoon rains. The steep, rugged, dense terrain has also challenged efforts despite the over 250 personnel involved in the search. The terrain in the vicinity of the search is described as extreme topography with steep uphill and downhill trails and sheer cliffs.

Token, the engine captain on a Jemez Ranger District engine has been missing for four days. The last communication from Token was received on Friday afternoon from Holiday Mesa. He and other firefighters from the Ranger District were responding to a smoke report and searching for the 25-acre School House Fire located near School House Mesa.

Despite the NM Search and Rescue grid pattern being used by the professional and dedicated personnel on the incident, search efforts have not been successful. Personnel are using GPS as part of this grid pattern and are being asked to report their locations hourly. Searchers will focus today on determining that certain areas have been fully searched.

Weather predictions for today and tonight are for a 60% chance of showers and thunderstorms which will once again affect both air and ground operations.

The Southwest Incident Management Type 1 Team, Incident Commander Joe Reinarz, will assume command of search efforts as part of a unified command along with multiple Federal, State, County and local agencies, on Wednesday morning at 6:00 a.m.

The family continues to ask that their privacy be respected during this difficult time.

Please direct all information requests to the Holiday Incident Information Center at the Jemez Ranger District (575) 829-3535. Holiday Incident information is also being posted to http://www.inciweb.org/

 

9/2/13 – Post #1 (original)

Monday, September 2, 2013, 6 pm: The search for Jemez Ranger District (Santa Fe National Forest) wildland firefighter, Token Adams, continued today after rain storms caused an overnight delay. Over 250 individuals from the Carson National Forest, Santa Fe National Forest, NM National Guard, NM State Police, NM Search and Rescue and various other agencies are actively looking for Token. NM State Police are also providing a helicopter to assist in the search.

 

The Southwest Incident Management Type 1 Team, Incident Commander Joe Reinarz, will take over command of search efforts Wednesday morning at 6:00 a.m. The Team will begin in-briefing starting 12 noon Tuesday, September 3.

 

Please direct all information requests at this time to the Jemez Ranger District – (575) 829-3535.

 

2013  The NW Fire Blog