The authorities arrested Lukasz Herba as a suspect in the horrific kidnapping of a 20-year-old model. He was busted for allegedly attempting to sell the girl in to sexual slavery but the cops say he didn’t act alone!
Ten years later, the case of missing British toddler Madeleine McCann still captivates the world. Maddie vanished from a resort in Portugal when she was three, without a trace. Learn more about the heartbreaking case here.
In an excerpt from Jaycee’s memoir ‘My Stolen Life,’ the brave mom of two describes her first night in captivity, the moment she discovered she was pregnant at 14 and going into labor while alone and locked away from the world.
Brave Jaycee Dugard, now 31, also explains how she survived the mental and physical torture of her EIGHTEEN YEARS in captivity and why she never tried to escape the clutches of evil Phillip and Nancy Garrido.
The saga continues in the case of kidnapped Carlina, who has agreed to go against her birth mother and testify on behalf of the woman who took her from a Harlem hospital in 1987. Unbelievable!
As if Joy White hasn’t been through enough pain within the last 23 years, now her biological daughter, Carlina White, who was finally reunited with her real parents this January after being kidnapped as an infant back in 1987, has decided to stand by the woman who snatched her from the hospital. What a shame.
How awful! The sex offender who has confessed to abducting Jaycee as an 11-year-old stuns the court by NOT admitting his guilt. Jaycee — and the daughters he fathered with her while she was held as a sex slave — now may have to testify!
Poor Jaycee Dugard! Court observers thought she wouldn’t ever have to again face the man who imprisoned her as a sex slave for 18 years. But now Philip Garrido, 60, who has admitted snatching her as a child from a school-bus stop and holding her captive until she was 29, has pulled a surprising switch!
The single, poor mother was in the process of setting up an adoption when the wealthy couple allegedly snatched her child!
Spanish-speaking Vilma Ramirez was finalizing the details of adoption for her newborn baby, Esperanza when she says a prospective couple kidnapped her from a babysitter—and now she’s suing for the baby’s return!
Although it’s been almost two months since her three little boys went missing, Tanya Skelton is confident that they will return home safe and sound.
Three young Michigan brothers, who vanished the day after Thanksgiving, are still missing. But Tanya Skelton, the mother of Andrew, 9, Alexander, 7 and Tanner, 5, has yet to give up hope that they will be found. “In my heart, I feel that they are still alive, and I just am waiting for the right clue or tip to come in, or for their father to finally decide to tell who he gave the children to,” Tanya, 44, says in an interview with People magazine. We can only pray that the three boys will be returned home to their heartbroken mother.
This is amazing! An infant snatched from a Harlem Hospital in 1987 is finally reunited with her biological mother.
Stories like this give so many parents hope. Carlina White, now 23, went missing from a Harlem Hospital, on Aug. 4, 1987. The 19-day-old baby had been admitted because of a 104 degree fever. The next morning, her mother Joy White, who was 16 at the time, discovered her baby was kidnapped by a woman disguised as a nurse. Over two decades later, Carlina, who was raised with the name Nejdra Nance, has been reunited with her elated mother, Joy.
Elizabeth Smart stormed out of the court room yesterday after an expert witness said that she had allegedly picked out a baby name just in case she got pregnant during her nine months of captivity.
Elizabeth Smart stormed out of a court hearing for her abductor, Brian David Mitchell, yesterday (Dec. 1) in Salt Lake City, UT, after a witness for the defense testified that she had chosen a baby name, thinking she would get pregnant sometime during her captivity after she was kidnapped from her home at the age of 14 in 2002. Elizabeth became visibly upset after Dr. Paul Whitehead, the clinical director of the forensic unit at Utah State Hospital, brought up information he had gathered from Mitchell’s wife Wanda Barzee‘s journal and various police reports — some of it detailing Mitchell’s desire for Elizabeth to become pregnant. “Mitchell was talking to Miss Smart about having babies to the point that Smart actually picked out a name if that happened,” Whitehead testified. It was then that Elizabeth reportedly shot him a cold glare and stormed out of the court room, followed by her mother Lois Smart. How awful!