Case Update: Gwinnett County Jane Doe Identified

June 28, 2019 The Gwinnett County Police Department has announced they’ve successfully uncovered the identity of the Gwinnett County Jane Doe, whose body was found in a suitcase along I-985 on July 26, 2016. A construction worker came across the skeletal remains of a female who remained unidentified until this year. Jane Doe has been

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The Disappearance of Natasha Marie Shanes

EARLY LIFE: Natasha Marie Shanes was born on January 23, 1979. She lived in Jackson, Michigan with her mother, Susan Shanes, and Susan’s live-in boyfriend, Robert F. Forbes. At the time, Robert was a drug dealer who had previously served time in prison for trafficking heroin. Growing up, Natasha was said to cry often and

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The Death of Alannah Jamima Cardinal

EARLY LIFE: Alannah Jamima Cardinal was one of nine children born to her parents. Her family, which included her grandmother Noreen Cardinal, were members of the Whitefish (Goodfish) Lake First Nation, a Cree community located about 185km northeast of Edmonton, Alberta. Growing up, Alannah was said to be an outgoing and smart girl, who was very

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The Disappearance of Martha Jean Lambert

EARLY LIFE: Martha Jean Lambert was born on March 26, 1973 to parents Margaret and Howard Lambert. The youngest of three children, she lived in a trailer on Kerri Lynn Road in Elkton, St. Johns County, Florida with her parents and two brothers, David and Raymond. Growing up, Martha’s home life was troubled. Howard was

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The Disappearance of Caitlin Potts

EARLY LIFE: Caitlin Potts was from Samson Cree First Nation in Maskwacis, Alberta. She was the daughter of Priscilla Potts and sister to Ashley, Codi and Jeremiah Potts. Up until age 11, Caitlin lived in foster care, despite efforts by Priscilla to try to have her and her siblings returned to her care. While in

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