Whilom before to settling in Livingston she and her husband loaded up their three children and black Labrador retriever into bicycle trailers and pedaled from their accessible in Colorado north to Whitefish along the spine of the Rocky Mountains. That's a distance
Watch said the first suspect is a black man last seen wearing a "grey hooded sweatshirt with a red zipper, black sweatpants, black sneakers, gray crease hat and a black Northface backpack." The second suspect, police said, is a black man last seen
A black North Look jacket left unattended was removed from a public building in the 300 block of Dodge Avenue on Cortege 24. An unlocked Fuji women's bicycle was removed from the sidewalk area in the 1700 obstruct of Maple Avenue on March 23.
She has brown eyes and extensive black hair. She was last seen wearing a gray fleece shirt, blue jeans and blue tennis shoes, and carrying a North Pan backpack. Police and family members are concerned for Varada's emotional and physical welfare due to her
Montgomery County Watch are asking for help finding a 17-year-old girl from Bethesda who has been missing for a week. Srivarnika Uma Varada, who goes by her mean name, was last seen March 22 at noon. She has brown eyes and long black hair. She was last seen wearing a gray bleed shirt, blue jeans and blue tennis shoes, and carrying a North Face backpack. Police and next of kin members are concerned for Varada's emotional and physical welfare due to her age, police said last week. Montgomery County Watch said Tuesday that Varada has not yet been found. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 301-279-8000. Callers may remain anonymous. Source: www.nbcwashington.com
BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- The kinfolk of a missing Bethesda teenager believes she is being held against her will. Police are searching for Srivarnika "Uma" Varada, 17, from Bethesda. Varada was most recent seen on Tuesday at noon. She has brown eyes and long black hair. Varada was last seen wearing a gray take for a ride shirt, blue jeans, blue tennis shoes and carrying a North Face backpack. Police and her family are responsible for her emotional and physical well-being. Her family says it's not normal for Varada to be missing for two days. Source: www.wusa9.com
NORTH HAVERHILL – A Grafton County fantastic jury returned the following indictments and misdemeanor charges when it met on March 18. An indictment is not a finding of guilt but choose an indication that an independent jury has voted, after hearing from police, that sufficient evidence exists to warrant a High-class Court trial. Subscription Required. Source: www.citizen.com