Amanda Seaton is a 38 year old Content Creator from Wisconsin. She obtained her BS in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security from Herzing University in 2013 and her MS in Criminal Justice and Forensics from Capella University in 2014.
Wisconsin’s unsolved missing person cases.
Bilial Lamir Hammette 18-year-old, Bilial Lamir Hammette was last seen on the afternoon of August 6, 2011, in Beloit, Wisconsin. In the early phase of the investigation into Bilial’s disappearance, authorities found it difficult as Bilial had spent time in jail and therefore had no bank account, no cell phone, and no vehicle. It was reported that the young man started August 6 like any other day, he ran errands in town with his mother, Lorrie Hammette. When the two were down running errands, the two stood outside their home in Beloit and had a heartwarming conversation. During this conversation, Bilial told his mother, Lorrie, that he missed her and wanted to spend more time with her. Bilial suggested that they go to a movie together and mentioned that he wanted to go fishing with his friends, but no one seemed interested in going.
JonBenet Ramsey's father, John Ramsey, pushes for independent DNA testing in murdered child's case.
The Boulder Police Department, located in Boulder, Colorado, responded Sunday to John Ramsey, father of JonBenet Ramsey regarding his requests to allow DNA testing to be done by an independent agency to help solve the 25-year-old case. On Saturday, Ramsey announced that he was going to start a petition asking the Governor of Colorado, Jared Polis for permission to allow an independent agency to test the DNA involved in the murder case of his daughter, JonBenet Ramsey instead of the Bolder Police Department.
Liliana "Lily" Peter's 14-year-old Cousin Carson Peters-Berger held on a 1 million dollar bond.
It was unfathomable thirty years ago that a 14-year-old would commit murder. Nevertheless, it is 2022, and we would be well advised to keep in mind that children are more capable of murder than we might think. James Bulger's murder, Mary Bell's conviction, Joshua Phillips' conviction, and Lionel Tate's death have all occurred over the past few decades.
Naomi Judd, Matriarch of County Music, dies at 76.
Famous for nearly four decades, the matriarch of the county-music duo The Judds, Naomi Judd has passed away Saturday, April 30, 2022, at the young age of 76. Although no immediate cause of death was given, Naomi’s daughter Wynonna and Ashley Judd stated that they attribute “the disease of mental illness” to their mother’s death. According to the Associated Press, the sisters said of their mother “we lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness. We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory”. Naomi’s husband of 32-years, Larry Strickland said that he “will not be making any further statements. Naomi’s family requested privacy during this heartbreaking time. No additional information will be released at this time”.
Alabama Prison Official, Vicky White Missing.
Update: Alabama jail official, Vicky White spent 10 days on the lamb with Capital Murder suspect, Casey White. Vicky White helped Casey White escape from the Lauderdale County Jail 10 days prior to the duo's capture. unfortunately, Vicky died Monday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head according to the Indiana Coroner, Steven W. Locklear who said "Vicky White died at 7 p.m. at the Evansville Deaconess Midtown Hospital". Authorities have said that an autopsy was scheduled to take place today. Vicky and Casey White were located and captured in Evansville, Indiana approximately 5 hours away from where they escaped. The two were captured following a pursuit that led to a crash, according to Vanderburgh County Sheriff, Dave Wedding. As authorities approached the two, Vicky shot herself, subsequently, Casey White was taken into custody.
Four great hits of the 90s
1. H-Town Emotions (1993). H-Town is an American R&B band established in Houston, Texas. H-Town was founded in 1990 by twin brothers Keven “Dino” Conner and Solomon “Shazam” Conner, and their long-time friend Darryl “GI” Jackson. The boys grew up together in the notorious Yellowstone neighborhood located in southside Houston, Texas. During their high school years at Jack Yates Highschool in 1991 the Conner twins and Jackson decided that to start a band. It was then that they recorded their first album, “It’s no dream” under the name “The Gents” and was produced by Phil Blackman. Solomon Conner was chosen to be the lead singer of the band while recording It’s no dream, featuring a ballad titled “A Time for Us”. The album was released locally, but unfortunately, it wasn’t a great success.
It has been a year and a half since the convicted serial killer Anthony Sowell died behind bars in Ohio. Sowell was sentenced to death for killing 11 women and hiding their bodies around his house and on his property. It was reported that the 61-year-old Sowell was receiving end-of-life care at Franklin Medical Center, where he was diagnosed with a terminal illness. In October 2009, the Cleveland Police Department investigated Sowell in connection with a rape case. That was when they stumbled across two bodies, which eventually led them to discover the remains of 11 women.
Iliana "Lily" Peter's death was ruled a Homicide.
It all started with a frantic call to the police by the father of a 10-year-old girl, who failed to return home after a visit with a family member. Lily’s father, Alexander Peters reported his daughter missing on Sunday night after she failed to return home from visiting her aunt. Authorities began searching for Lilly immediately and stumbled upon a bicycle presumed to belong to the young girl near a walking trail not too far from her aunt’s home. On Monday morning, authorities located the lifeless body of the 10-year-old girl in a wooded area near that same walking trail. The news spread rapidly that Lily had been found deceased, and when the news released that her death was being ruled a homicide, it left the small town of 15,000 in shock. Authorities had warned the public to be vigilant of the surroundings, unknown to authorities at the time that the killer would be related to Lily.
What happened to 4-year-old Codi Bigsby?
The search for 4-year-old Codi Bigsby continues as authorities scratch their heads in confusion over what happened to the young boy, when he seemly vanished without a trace on the night of January 31, 2022. Codi’s father, Cory told authorities that Codi was not in the home when he woke up on Monday, furthermore, saying that he searched the house, but his son was nowhere to be found. At the time authorities were hesitant to believe that Codi was abducted, but rather believed that they would find him near his father’s home in Buckroe Beach, Hampton. Hampton Police Chief, Mark Talbot said “the investigation does not indicate that he was abducted. There’s just no reason to believe it. We certainly are open to that as a possibility. It is not likely”. Authorities have stated that there were other children located within the home at the time the child disappeared, but the police chief would not elaborate on how many children there were in the home.
Where is Relisha Rudd?
It is estimated that nearly 800,000 children are reported missing in the United States every year. On March 1, 2014, Relisha Rudd walked away from the homeless shelter in downtown Washington, D.C. with 51-year-old Khalil Tatum, never to be seen again. In the absence of information, there was grave concern about what had happened to Relisha. Many people have accused Shamika Young of murder in connection with the disappearance of her daughter, but why?
What happened to 5-year-old Summer Wells?
On June 15, 2021, Don Wells called the Hawkins County Sheriff’s office to report that their 5-year-old daughter, Summer had gone missing. Candus Bly and Don Wells described their daughter as being four-foot-tall, with blond hair, wearing a pink shirt and grey pants.
What happened to Christopher Enoch Abeyta?
On July 15, 1986, Christopher Enoch Abeyta, aged seven months, was discovered missing from his crib. After putting their baby to sleep around midnight, the parents discovered that Christopher's crib was empty a few hours later when they checked on him. Christopher's parents reported to authorities that their garage door opener was missing, their basement window was open, and the baby was nowhere to be found. Upon arrival, officers initially found no signs of forced entry, to which the parents said that they had left their front door unlocked the night their son disappeared. According to reports, Christopher's father was in the home the night his son disappeared. This was the first time he and Christopher's mother had separated. This was the first time he had stayed in the home since they had separated, but were in the process of reconciling.