Help find missing Denise Jarvis – Denise Jarvis, a 44-year-old missing woman is yet to be located since her disappearance was reported to the officials since Wednesday, August 3rd, 2023. The officials are appealing to the community to search for missing Denis. She was last seen in the Southey Park neighborhood on the evening of Wednesday, August 3rd. Officers have conducted a comprehensive investigation, during which they have carried out more than 700 actions and spoken to more than 90 of Denise’s contacts in an effort to locate her.
Denise Jarvis missing since last year
Extensive searches of the area where she was last seen have also been carried out, in addition to additional intelligence-led and POLSA-led searches. Some of these searches have involved the use of police divers and a drone, and surveillance footage from the surrounding area has also been reviewed. After the last confirmed sighting of her, we have been unable to track down any surveillance film that includes her. The gray, sleeveless, thigh-length coat that Denise was wearing when she was last seen in the park is visible in surveillance photographs of Denise that were recorded the day before she went missing and were captured by CCTV cameras.
Please reach out to the officials on 999 and provide the reference number 5222186376, or call 101 with any other information you may have. If you know where Denise is or have seen or spoken with her since Wednesday, August 3, please call 999 and provide the reference number.
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A missing autistic 13 years old teen girl is being looked for by the Bristol Police Department in Virginia, which is asking the community for help. The Kennady Abigayle Branch case is being investigated by the police department at this time. According to the police, Kennady’s father, Dabian Branch, signed an arrangement with the Department of Children’s Services on Thursday to temporarily leave the child with members of the family while an investigation was carried out.
The Kennady was taken by Dabian Branch on Friday, according to the statements made by the family members to the police department. The youngster was taken into custody by Children’s Services, which also notified the authorities that she was missing. On Friday, the police were able to locate and apprehend Dabian Branch, but Kennady was not there during their interaction.
According to the police department, Kennady suffers from autism and is nonverbal. Dabian Branch was charged with cruelty to minors as well as possession of a category II substance by the police. At this time, there is no bond set for his release from the Southwest Virginia Regional Jail. The Bristol, Virginia Police Department has requested that anyone who may have information on her likely location contact them at (276) 645-7400.
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