Ke'alya Robinson is a 13 year old female missing from the property of Centennial High School in NE Oklahoma City. In the custody of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) she was last seen leaving school in late September.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hackers-vs-Paedos/212370535490231 Ke'Alya was listed for the first time in the Black Chronicle published Friday, October 25th was released to the public on Saturday, October 26th.
Saturday, October 26th, a panel of photographs of JaRay Wilson is 16 who has been missing from Weatherford, Oklahoma since October 2013 posted at the old Rainbow Records at 23rd and North Classen in Oklahoma City's Uptown/Asian District. ( this is old Route 66). It is about the anniversary of her absence, and this summer there were sightings of her in Ecuador, the family thought. She is a suspected victim of human trafficking.https://www.facebook.com/BringJaRayWilsonHome
Ambriana Tygard, 14, the infamous trapped Classen Elevator Girl has been gone since October 18th, with virtually no new information released regarding her or from any friends in the last 72 hours, no FB page. http://www.examiner.com/article/classen-elevator-girl-is-listed-by-famil...
Random pages like this one really do promote informational spread. https://www.facebook.com/SaveTheNextGirl?filter=2
However it is remarkable that there is no publicly disclosed information resolving questions of 3 other girls who died in a series in OKC, and who were suspected to have known one another via school connections in North and West greater OKC.
Carina Saunders was found chopped to bits in a duffle bag in Bethany, that would be due West on 23rd street. Carina's suspected killers were routed to jail, but alleged bumbling of evidence collection or retention caused release. Her autopsy, a gruesome lot. As these suspected killers were in custody at the time of the death of Alina (next) the OKCPD had reported that the deaths were unrelated, and it couldn't be the same killer.
Alina Fitzpatrick was dropped off about 3 blocks EAST of 23rd and North Classen, and discovered about a month later nude, tossed in the yard of a vacant property in North Eastern OKC.
Kelsey Bransby's family posted a reward regarding her killer, who shot her in the face when she stood in the doorway of an apartment the family thought was hers, and they never discovered who shot her, or whose apartment it was. Kelsey died a few days later in the hospital from the facial wound.
More information about the missing HS male in the series of photographs that accompany this article has ever surfaced.
The last female in the series of photographs is an adult, who had called her family to report she had been abducted for sex trafficking.... and though gone for a period of time, may have been found and returned to safety.
This article is to highlight the missing again, and to note that even minute information can change an investigation from a cold case to a solved crime.
The national campaign for sex trafficking is "If you see something, say something" is the campaign from the Department of Homeland Security. ICE, Immigration and Naturalization services is responsible for dealing with issues of sex trafficking, child porn and the like.
I assure you, someone knows what happened to each of these people. More than one person knows.
Sex trafficking is serious. @MTVexit provides community education and funds resources for relief. As do many other groups locally, including the YWCA.
Parents need to understand about who befriends their kids. Both immediate friends and remote friends can network human trafficking disasters, and the young person ends up dead. People in sex trafficking roles live 3-7 years in those roles.
Yes. It's that serious.
The longer any missing person is gone, the more likely there is foul play, especially with an underage person in an 'unplanned absence". With all these people, there was some preceding distraction or distortion.
The person who is "lost" was 1.) under stress, 2.) some unusual circumstance or collection of circumstances or 3.) felt a strong need to distance themselves from others and ALL or any of those things put a person at risk for being absconded.
Family members need to actively seek support from professionals who deal with the issue of missing persons, including law enforcement and counseling.