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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 …

Links & Resources


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 – National Center for Missing & Exploited Children


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Timothy Canada was last seen at Southland Greyound Gaming and Racing, a greyhound dog racing track, in West Memphis, Arkansas at 3:00 p.m. on January 14, 2013. He has never been heard from again. Few details are available in his case.
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So much joy and thankfulness!"Our prayers have been answered and our precious Julia is safe. She showed up at a grocery store in Louisville, Kentucky this morning and asked an officer to call her mom and dad. We want to thank everyone who cared about Julia and shared her story. We appreciate the hard work of all the law enforcement agencies involved. We are so grateful to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, The National Child Protection Task Force, The Morgan Nick Foundation, and the media. Thank you all for your overwhelming support over these last several months. We kindly ask that our family be given the privacy we need at this time. "

- Terrie Clark & Mitchell Mann
Parents of Julia Mann
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