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Morgan’s Story


On the evening of June 9, 1995, Morgan Chauntel Nick was kidnapped while playing with friends just yards away from her mother during a little league game in Alma, Arkansas. A massive investigation ensued, and continues, but Morgan Nick remains missing. After Morgan’s kidnapping it became apparent there was a need for an organization which could …
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Links & Resources

Arkansas

Never Forgotten Missing Persons Search – Created to support families in Arkansas in search of missing loved ones.

Hub Of Hope – Healing and opportunities for victims of human trafficking. Prevention and education for the community.

PATH – PATH advocates for those victimized by the sex-industry by providing a safe environment where healing can occur, making success possible and dreams achievable.

Into The Light – Into the Light exists to provide refuge and restoration for minor survivors of sexual exploitation and to bring awareness and education to the issue of human sex trafficking.

ACIC Sex Offender Registry – The Arkansas Crime Information Center Sex Offender Registry Search for the citizens of Arkansas.

National

MissingKids.org – National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

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Newton County Sheriff Glenn Wheeler is asking for the public's help in locating a missing person. Jonathan Barrett Brantley, aged 20 of Mt. Judea was last seen Thursday night. He was supposed to show up for work on Friday morning but did not arrive. After work he was scheduled to travel to Pangburn, Arkansas. Brantley did not arrive there either.

Brantley drives a 2003 silver Toyota Tacoma pickup with temporary tags.

If you have any information on Brantley's whereabouts, call the Newton County Sheriff's Office at (870) 446-5124, option 1.
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UPDATE: Found Safe ♥️♥️♥️

Aidan is 20 and has Aspergers as well as some other difficulties. Aidan is missing from Little Rock Arkansas and considered to be at risk and in need of immediate intervention and assistance. Please take a moment to step outside and look around wherever you are, check sheds, buildings, cars, and any ponds or creeks near you. It only takes a couple of minutes to check those things and you could be a hero for Aidan and his family.

FROM AIDANS DAD:
“Please help us find my son Aidan Ivers. He is 20 years old and lives on Woodlawn in Hillcrest neighborhood . He has asperges’s and mental illness. He did not take his medication yesterday. He went for a walk around 9:00 last night and has not returned. We have checked all the hospitals and MEMS. And have made a missing person report with the LRPD. He worked at Kroger’s in Hillcrest for a couple of years so many people may recognize him. He does not have his phone. Probably wearing a tank top and shorts. He has a tattoo of a bee and pocket watch on his upper left arm and a Chinese symbol on his left chest. If you see him- please call us or LRPD. call me at 501-519-2072 or his Poppy 501-831-5555. We need as many people looking out for him as possible.”
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UPDATE: Found Safe ♥️

Summer Bishop, age 13. If you see her please let the police know. She’s way too young to be away from home.
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Carvas Harrison age 38, missing since May 2019.
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