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MURDER VICTIM’S LOVING DAUGHTER SOLVES COLD CASE NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly praised Joselyn Martinez for her assistance in solving the cold case murder of her father, Jose, who died 26 years ago. Joselyn was 9 when her beloved father was murdered in New York City. Ms. Martinez, through her own detective work, located Justo Santos, the alleged murderer, in Miami. Read More:

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The mystery of Bobby Dunbar is one that is almost more terrifying than a murder mystery. It is the story of a child lost and another likely taken from his mother and guardian to replace a lost boy. In that way, it is the story of two boys lost, on

SPRINGBORO, Police, family and friends are searching for a missing Springboro teen. Josh Johnson, 16, was last seen on Friday around noon. Johnson has been described as 5'6", weighing 115 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. Johnson is believed to be driving a 2013 black Honda 4-door Civic. The vehicle has temporary Ohio tags X710519. Anyone with information on Johnson's whereabouts is asked to contact the Springboro Police Department at 937-748-0611.

Sabine Dardenne was kidnapped by Marc Dutroux in 1996 at the age of 12 while cycling to school. She was drugged and held for 87 days in a soundproof concrete dungeon in the basement. During her capture he sexually abused her on an almost daily basis. She was given nothing but moldy bread, biscuits and milk to eat. She was eventually found when Dutroux decided to get her a ‘friend’: Laetitia. Luckily Laetitia’s kidnap was witnessed and Belgian police found the two girls six days later.