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xx Joanna Rogers - Has been found deceased
« Thread started on: Sep 10th, 2004, 1:37pm »

A nationwide missing persons bulletin was issued by the Lubbock County, Texas, Sheriff's Department on the evening of May 6th, 2004, two days after Joanna Rogers went missing from her home just outside the Lubbock city limits. Joanna, a junior at Lubbock High School, came home from her job at a sandwich shop about 12:20 a.m. on May 4th, and had a short conversation with her mother before apparently going to bed. At 7 a.m., there was no trace of Joanna Rogers. The teenager's belongings -- debit card, car keys, shoes, clothes and cell phone -- were still in her room. Her parents reported her missing immediately. Her mother said Joanna was looking forward to participating in a dance recital that night. She has no history of running away from home.

There was no sign of forced entry and the family's two dogs did not alert the household to an intruder. County authorities have analyzed the youngster's computer hard drive as well her mother's. They've interviewed co-workers, a boyfriend and others who might have seen Joanna before she disappeared. The Sheriff's Department has no substantial leads at this time, but believes foul play is involved.

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xx Amber Alert for Joanna Rogers 8-15-04
« Reply #1 on: Sep 18th, 2004, 6:42pm »

Team Amber Alert National News (Lubbock, Texas)-- Regional Amber Alert continues active in Lubbock County, Texas for Joanna Rogers. A reward of $15,000 is offered for information leading to the whereabouts of this child. Officer Carr said today," Until there is a significant lead established, physical search is ended in the areas surrounding her home. What I really need is the public's help in remembering that day and call us with a tip. Some one out there knows where Joanna is. Its now time to come forward with that information."

In addition a nationwide missing persons bulletin was issued by the Lubbock County, Texas, Sheriff's Department on the evening of May 6th, 2004, two days after Joanna Rogers went missing from her home just outside the Lubbock city limits.

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xx Update: Missing Child update lubbock Texas
« Reply #2 on: Oct 5th, 2004, 1:23pm »

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A nationwide missing persons bulletin was issued by the Lubbock County, Texas, Sheriff's Department on the evening of May 6th, 2004, two days after Joanna Rogers went missing from her home just outside the Lubbock city limits.

Joanna, a junior at Lubbock High School, came home from her job at a sandwich shop about 12:20 a.m. on May 4th, and had a short conversation with her mother before apparently going to bed.

At 7 a.m., there was no trace of Joanna Rogers. The teenager's belongings -- debit card, car keys, shoes, clothes and cell phone -- were still in her room.

Her parents reported her missing immediately. Her mother said Joanna was looking forward to participating in a dance recital that night. She has no history of running away from home.

There was no sign of forced entry and the family's two dogs did not alert the household to an intruder.

County authorities have analyzed the youngster's computer hard drive as well her mother's. They've interviewed co-workers, a boyfriend and others who might have seen Joanna before she disappeared.

The Sheriff's Department has no substantial leads at this time, but believes foul play is involved.

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If you have information regarding the whereabouts of Joanna Rogers, please contact the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office at 1-806-775-1601 or 1-806-775-1604

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xx Re: Joanna Rogers - May 6, 2004 - TX
« Reply #3 on: Nov 6th, 2004, 10:55am »

Saturday marks six months since an Amber Alert was issued for a Lubbock teenager.

Information about Joanna Rodgers continues to trickle into the Lubbock Sheriff's Department. So far, they say there are no legitimate leads. The now 17-year-old is 5-feet, 5-inches tall and has red hair and hazel eyes.

Deputies also have no leads in the July disappearance of Jennifer Wilkerson. The 26-year-old is 5-feet, 5-inches tall with brownish red hair, blue eyes and several tattoos.

Call the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office at (806) 775-1601 if you have any information on either disappearance.

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xx Update: Missing Child update lubbock Texas
« Reply #4 on: Nov 11th, 2004, 11:00am »

A nationwide missing persons bulletin was issued by the Lubbock County, Texas, Sheriff's Department on the evening of May 6th, 2004, two days after Joanna Rogers went missing from her home just outside the Lubbock city limits.

Joanna, a junior at Lubbock High School, came home from her job at a sandwich shop about 12:20 a.m. on May 4th, and had a short conversation with her mother before apparently going to bed.

At 7 a.m., there was no trace of Joanna Rogers. The teenager's belongings -- debit card, car keys, shoes, clothes and cell phone -- were still in her room.

Her parents reported her missing immediately. Her mother said Joanna was looking forward to participating in a dance recital that night. She has no history of running away from home.

There was no sign of forced entry and the family's two dogs did not alert the household to an intruder.

County authorities have analyzed the youngster's computer hard drive as well her mother's. They've interviewed co-workers, a boyfriend and others who might have seen Joanna before she disappeared.

The Sheriff's Department has no substantial leads at this time, but believes foul play is involved.

Note:

If you have information regarding the whereabouts of Joanna Rogers, please contact the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office at 1-806-775-1601 or 1-806-775-1604
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xx Amber Alert Helps Find Missing Children
« Reply #5 on: Nov 23rd, 2004, 06:22am »

More than 1,800,000 children are reported missing in the United States each year. Since it's nationwide launch in 2001, Amber Alert has helped find 174. 49 states use the Amber Alert system to alert authorities a child has been kidnapped or is missing.

Four criteria must be met before the alert is issued.

Law enforcement confirm the child has been abducted.
The child is at risk for seriously bodily harm or death.
Police must also have sufficient information to issue the alert, such as time of disappearance or a suspect car description.
The child must be 17-years-old or younger.
In Lubbock, an Amber Alert was issued for Joanna Rogers on May 6, 2004. The search continues more than six month's later. The then 16-year-old was last seen inside her home. While tips continue to come into the Lubbock Sheriff's Department, there is no sign of Joanna.

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xx Amber Alert Still Active For Missing Texas Girl
« Reply #6 on: Dec 7th, 2004, 05:15am »

this child may 4th 2004 but the child has yet to be found and police and family members still need your help in finding her.

Police are searching for 16 year old Joanna rogers she is a white female 125 pounds with red hair and hazel eyes.

Joanna was last seen at home on May 4, 2004. She may still be in the local area. Joanna's navel is pierced. She may go by the nickname Jo. Joanna is missing under suspicious circumstances.

if you have any information please contact the lubbock police at 886-775-1601

this child has been missing since may team amkber alert news ask that you please look at the photo and lets see if we cant get some new information that police can use.if you have any information please call police.

this is a team amber call to action missing child alert.
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« Reply #7 on: Dec 9th, 2004, 8:08pm »

Ten million viewers across the country will see 16-year-old Joanna Rogers on the television show "America's Most Wanted." Rogers was reported missing May 4th, 2004. The Lubbock County Sheriff's Department hasn't received any promising leads, but they hope the exposure will help.

Links to Joanna Rogers/Jennifer Lynn Wilkerson Websites

Get the latest news and information on the search for both Joanna Kathryn Rogers and Jennifer Lynn Wilkerson.


On Saturday, December 11th, Americas Most Wanted will air a short 15 to 20 second piece on Joanna. The show has had a large impact since it started in 1988. It's helped find 46 missing persons and 816 fugitives.

The Sheriff's Department also received a tip in the investigation of Jennifer Wilkerson, who's been missing since July. Her investigating officer received a call Tuesday, December 7th. Based on information from that call they'll do another search at a few locations in Lubbock. Thursday, December 9th was Jennifer's 27th birthday.

The sheriff's department wants you to call them at (806) 775-1601 if you have any information on either of these cases.
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xx Re: Joanna Rogers - May 6, 2004 - TX
« Reply #8 on: Dec 10th, 2004, 11:13pm »

Just a reminder for everyone to watch Joanna's profile that will air at 9 p.m. EST on America's Most Wanted.

Please check their website for the time in your area and proper channel.

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Hoping that this show gives them a break in this case!
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xx Update: Girl Remains Missing Amber Alert Still ...
« Reply #9 on: Dec 11th, 2004, 11:23pm »

Americas Amber Alert News Center(Lubbock TX USA)-- Police continue their search for new information on a missing 15 yr old girl from lubbock.

even after a amber alert was issued for the missing teen who was believed to have been abducted the girl was never located and police search for new information.

Police are searching for 16 year old Joanna rogers she is a white female 125 pounds with red hair and hazel eyes.Joanna was last seen at home on May 4, 2004. an amber alert was issued. Joanna's navel is pierced. She may go by the nickname Jo. Joanna is missing under suspicious circumstances.

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if you have any information please contact the lubbock police at 886-775-1601

Ten million viewers across the country will see 16-year-old Joanna Rogers on the television show "America's Most Wanted." Rogers was reported missing May 4th, 2004. The Lubbock County Sheriff's Department hasn't received any promising leads, but they hope the exposure will help.

A nationwide missing persons bulletin was issued by the Lubbock County, Texas, Sheriff's Department on the evening of May 6th, 2004, two days after Joanna Rogers went missing from her home just outside the Lubbock city limits.

Joanna, a junior at Lubbock High School, came home from her job at a sandwich shop about 12:20 a.m. on May 4th, and had a short conversation with her mother before apparently going to bed. At 7 a.m., there was no trace of Joanna Rogers. The teenager's belongings -- debit card, car keys, shoes, clothes and cell phone -- were still in her room.

Her parents reported her missing immediately. Her mother said Joanna was looking forward to participating in a dance recital that night. She has no history of running away from home.

There was no sign of forced entry and the family's two dogs did not alert the household to an intruder. County authorities have analyzed the youngster's computer hard drive as well her mother's. They've interviewed co-workers, a boyfriend and others who might have seen Joanna before she disappeared
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xx 15 year old still missing - update
« Reply #10 on: Dec 28th, 2004, 07:02am »

Americas Amber Alert News Center(Lubbock TX USA) TAA--Police are still looking for information on a now 16 year old girl who went missing out of the blue even after a amber alert remains missing.

a nationwide missing persons bulletin was issued by the Lubbock County, Texas, Sheriff's Department on the evening of May 6th, 2004, two days after Joanna Rogers went missing from her home just outside the Lubbock city limits.

Joanna, a junior at Lubbock High School, came home from her job at a sandwich shop about 12:20 a.m. on May 4th, and had a short conversation with her mother before apparently going to bed. At 7 a.m., there was no trace of Joanna Rogers.

Click here to visit her web site for more information.

The teenager's belongings debit card, car keys, shoes, clothes and cell phone were still in her room. Her parents reported her missing immediately. Her mother said Joanna was looking forward to participating in a dance recital that night. She has no history of running away from home.

County authorities have analyzed the youngster's computer hard drive as well her mother's. They've interviewed co-workers, a boyfriend and others who might have seen Joanna before she disappeared. The Sheriff's Department has no substantial leads at this time, but believes foul play is involved.

Police are searching for 16 year old Joanna rogers she is a white female 125 pounds with red hair and hazel eyes.Joanna was last seen at home on May 4, 2004.

an amber alert was issued. Joanna's navel is pierced. She may go by the nickname Jo. Joanna is missing under suspicious circumstances.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Joanna Rogers can call the Lubbock TX police at 806-775-1601 and refer to Case Number: NCMC988018
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xx Update on Joanna Rogers from Her Website
« Reply #11 on: Feb 1st, 2005, 09:06am »

Sunday, January 30th - Kathy Rogers was recently put in touch with the senior producer for the Montel Williams show. Word is that they are considering shooting another segment on missing persons, and so the family is speaking with the producer to see if they will consider airing Joanna's case.

Kathy was also contacted this week by Wade Smith from the National Center for Missing Adults. NCMA want to include Joanna's picture and contact information in their "Racing for the Missing" program. This is were they put pictures of missing people on the hoods of race cars, along with contact information, and the cars will race in various races in the southwest.

Joanna has been missing for 271 days.
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« Reply #12 on: Feb 24th, 2005, 10:37am »

Two Amber Alerts have been issued in the state of Texas since Sunday. One alert was issued out of Fort Worth after Lisa Underwood and her 7-year old son Jaden were reported missing. They were later found murdered.

Another was issued out of Tyler Tuesday night after 16 year-old Jessica Hart disappeared, she still remains missing as of Wednesday, February 23rd.

Before the public can even see the face of a missing child on a poster, law enforcement agencies have a list of requirements each case must meet. The Lubbock County Sheriff's Office found out about the requirements firsthand after 17 year-old Joanna Rogers disappeared nine months ago.

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Get the latest news and information on the search for Joanna Kathryn Rogers.


It's been well over a year since President Bush signed legislation making the Amber Alert system a national program. Since then, out of over 250 cases reported on codeamber.org, 12 children are still missing, including Joanna Rogers.

"There's not magic, there's no book that says this is how you find a missing person. There are steps you take, steps law enforcement takes and you keep going through the steps," said Joanna's mother, Cathy Rogers.

In may 2004, Joanna disappeared. Two days later, thousands of people across West Texas saw her picture. Lubbock County Sheriff's Office Investigators issued a local Amber Alert, a small form of comfort for Joanna's family.

"There's a sense of immediate action when an Amber Alert is issued and I think that's very important in trying to find missing persons," said Rogers.

However, to qualify for "Amber Alert" status, the victim must be 17 or under, and law enforcement must believe the child was "abducted" and is in immediate danger. The governor's office is then alterted, they relay the alert to the National Weather Service, DPS offices, and TXDOT. Those groups post pictures on the internet and highway signs if needed. All of which must happen as quickly as possible.

Read more about missing children in the state of Texas. Also learn more about what you can teach your children about abductions.


"Within a three hour time period, the likelihood of a child surviving diminish greatly," said Lubbock County Sheriff's Office Investigator, Lt. Cody Scott.

When an Amber Alert is issued for our area, NewsChannel 11 receives e-mail alerts and faxes. It's then up to the station to decide if it's broadcast over the air.

"I don't think it's mandatory, I think it's a moral obligation. What news agency would want to say they did not put that information out," said Scott.

"The Amber Alert is a comfort, but it's not necessarily the only solution," said Rogers.

The immediate action of the Amber Alert didn't bring Joanna home, but Rogers believes in the system, and she believes Joanna is still out there.

In Joanna's case, the Sheriff's Office issued a local Amber Alert. In order for it to go statewide, officers must have information on a suspect as well as vehicle identification information. Officers had neither piece of information in her case.

Cathy Rogers has spoken with a producer for a television show on missing kids, which is still in the works. She also receives constant ideas from missing persons agencies.
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« Reply #13 on: Apr 5th, 2005, 09:23am »

Lubbock PD searching for kidnapping suspect

by Travis Cram
March 30, 2005


A local 15-year-old girl is the most recent victim of an attempted kidnapping in Lubbock last week.



Lubbock Police said the girl was taken near the 3100 block of Avenue U in what the victim described as a burgundy Ford Explorer.



According to the police report, the victim was walking southbound along the street at around 4:45 p.m. on Avenue U when a Hispanic male in the Explorer approached her and offered her a ride. After she refused the offer, the car came back for another pass, stopped and the man confronted the girl, telling her to get in.



The victim reportedly was then forced into the suspect's vehicle and driven north to the alley of 1900 on 34th street where he fondled her, according to the police report. The victim then escaped through the side passenger door of the vehicle and ran away.



According to the Lubbock Police Department, the victim described the suspect as an older Hispanic male, about 5'9" and approximately between the ages of 28 and 35.



Police officials have not excluded the idea that this incident could be related to another kidnapping that was reported in December, involving a 10-year-old boy and a Hispanic man presumably driving a Chevrolet Blazer, similar to the Ford Explorer in size.



Maj. Gordon Hoffman of the Texas Tech Police Department said Tech Police have not received any reports involving this type of activity on campus.



"We had one report of a pickup following a student on campus but that turned out to be nothing," he said.



Upon investigation, the attempt was revealed to be nothing more than a fraternity prank, Hoffman said.



This most recent kidnapping incident comes almost one year after the disappearance of two Lubbock women. Joanna Kathryn Rogers, 17, who went missing on May 4, 2004, and Jennifer Wilkerson, 26, who was last seen on July 13, 2004.



Rogers, a Lubbock High School student, went missing after her parents awoke the next morning and could not find her.



Wilkerson left her boyfriend's residence at 11 a.m. on July 13, but never showed up to work the following day.



Lubbock residents and Tech students coordinated a search for the two young women last summer but no traces of either missing person were found.



Anyone with information concerning any kidnapping may contact the Lubbock Police Department at (806) 775-2817.
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« Reply #14 on: May 4th, 2005, 06:56am »

One year ago teenager Joanna Rogers vanished from her Lubbock County home and law enforcement has been stumped ever since. That does not mean they've given up though. In fact, a new collaborative effort to find Joanna is underway.

The U.S. Postal Service and the national center for missing and exploited children form the "Deliver Me Home Network." It is being used for the first time in Texas to bring Joanna Rogers home. As part of the program, local post offices distributed 52,000 flyers on Tuesday. At a press conference announcing the effort, Kathy Rogers, Joanna's mother said, "This past year has been extremely difficult for us. This is an experience I hope no one would ever have to go through."

Kathy and Joanna's father Joe Rogers expressed how grateful they are the Deliver Me Home Network will be utilized to find their daughter. The Lubbock Postal Service and the sheriff's department announced 52,000 flyers containing Joanna Rogers' identifying information are awaiting citizens in select areas of Lubbock County.

Ted Tyler, Postmaster of the Lubbock Post Office says, "The carriers will just take this full sheet and lay it on top of the mail. My heart goes out to that family. When we had the opportunity to do this, we were elated." Joe Rogers says, "It's as important to them as it is to Kathy and I. They want it also. They want to find her and that's very important." Sheriff Gutierrez says, "To lose a teenager and not be able to locate her has become not only part of our responsibility, it's personal now."

With thousand of flyers in mailboxes across the South Plains, law enforcement is hoping it'll lead to the one break they so desperately need. Gutierrez explains, "Somebody knows something and this is another effort to spark somebody's memory." Kathy Rogers says, "To be honest, it takes a big burden off us to think we don't have to do everything for ourselves. We need the support. We feel overwhelmed sometimes. There have been birthdays and there have been Christmases, Easter... May is hard."

The Rogers family appreciates all the support they've gotten from the community here in Lubbock over the past year. They ask you to keep Joanna in your prayers.

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