CUMULUS MEDIA NETWORKS syndicated property The MICHAEL BAISDEN Show has announced the recovery of 14-year-old DETAIJA JONES of BALTIMORE on MAY 25th. The recovery marks the 12th child found through The MICHAEL BAISDEN Show’s "Missing Child of the Week" segment. DETAIJA had been missing since FEBRUARY 8th.
It's only appropriate that one of the cases that helped launch National Missing Children's Day may be coming to a resolution after 33 years almost to the day. New York City Police announced Thursday that they arrested a New Jersey man who allegedly confessed to the murder of Etan Patz.
A surprisingly high percentage of the missing persons in the U.S. are black people. However, missing blacks don't often garner a great deal of media attention. It's something the black community has noticed, and is trying to change.
The gist of a report released yesterday regarding how authorities handled the case of Mitrice Richardson, a young woman found dead almost two years ago in a Malibu canyon, dealt with poor communication between agencies after her body was found, not with how her disappearance was handled or the decisions that led up to it.
Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas, is trying to raise awareness about the alarming number of missing black Americans with his new movie, "Woman Thou Art Loosed!: On the 7th Day."
Underscoring the importance of bringing our missing to national light, 16-year-old Mishell Green, who went missing over five months ago, was found just hours after her profile was featured on ABC's morning talk show, "The View."
ABC's "The View" (weekdays, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon, ET) and Black and Missing Foundation, Inc (BAM FI) announced today that missing teen Mishell Green has been found and reunited with her family – in a matter of hours after her profile was featured on "The View" on Friday, February 24.