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CASES : STATE BY STATE [ ALASKA ]

Posted by mja--inc--investigations on May 13, 2017 at 2:20 AM

4-25-17



Mja Inc Investigations



CASES STATE BY STATE



Welcome To Alaska



3 Missing Females & 1 Missing Male & 1 Jane Doe



Photo's concerning these cases can be found at our :



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Click on to : Cases State By State Photo Gallary



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Welcome To Alaska



 Alaska has 56 Missing Persons Cases listed on The Doe Network..



32 Males & 24 Females



The Doe Network has 5 Unidentified Doe's listed for Alaska..


 

4 Males & 1 Female



MISSING PERSONS CASE -- 1



Brother 13 Years Old & Sister 8 Years Old Vanished



On 9-5-1978 in Sterling, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska a Brother & Sister disappeared...



http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/26dmak.html



MISSING : 13 Year Old Scott Curtis Fandel



The disappearance of the Brother & Sister has been labled as :



The White Male's disappearance is considered a : Non-Family Abduction



MISSING : 8 year old Amy Lee Fandel



Amy Lee Fandel a White Female went Missing on 9-5-1978 from Sterling, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska...



http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/32dfak.html


 

The 8 year old Female went Missing along with her 13 Year Old Brother...



A MisUnderstanding Where The Children Were Sleeping..




 

The Childrens Mother & visiting Aunt thought the Children were spending the night over at Friends next door..



When the neighbor's children arrived at the Fandels' home after school & inquired as to Scott and Amy's whereabouts...


 

The aunt learned that neither child had attended classes that day nor had they spent the night at the neighbor's house...



She called the mother who immediately summoned the police...


 

The Childrens Abductor Had 24 Hour Head Start..



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Welcome To Alaska



UNIDENTIFIED : JANE DOE CASE -- 2



The Unidentified White Female Jane Doe was found on 7-21-1980 in Anchorage Alaska located in Anchorage County..



Estimated Age: 16-25 years old 



The Jane Doe whos age could be 16 to 25 years old was found buried along a power line outside Eklutna...



Jane Doe's cause of death is homicide...



Jane Doe had been stabbed in the back...



Jane Doe Victim Of Serial Killer Robert Hansen



Jane Doe's Death had occurred about a year before she was found..



Personal items of Jane Doe's were also recovered..


 

Jane Doe wore several pieces of of jewelry...



None of it is valuable or particularly distinctive..



But a silver cuff bracelet with polished stones may be handmade...


 

Jewelry Still Could Be The Key To I.D. Victim



 

Its still possible if some of the Jewelry is hand-made somebody would know the work & the Jewelry Artist..



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Welcome To Alaska



MISSING PERSON CASE -- 3



Missing : 17 Year Old Megan Siobhan Emerick



17 Year Old Vanishes With-Out A Trace on 7-7-1973 from Seward Alaska located on the Kenai Peninsula Borough...



http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/346dfak.html



The 17 year old Emerick a White Female was last seen walking away from her home in Seward Alaska on 7-7-1973...



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Welcome To Alaska



MISSING PERSON CASE -- 4



MISSING : 38 Year Old Sandra Lee Davis



The 38 Year Old White Female Disappeared With-Out A Trace..



Davis went Missing on 9-1-1974 from Chugiak Alaska located in the Anchorage Borough..



Davis went for an after dinner walk in her hometown of Chugiak Alaska on 9-1-1974...



 The 38 year old never returned home & has not been seen since...



Davis was a registered nurse..



The 38 year old Davis had been married for 15 years but was on the verge of divorce...



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