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xx Thinking of Joanna on May 4, 2005
« Reply #15 on: May 4th, 2005, 09:58am »

Thinking of Joanna Rogers on this unfortunate anniversary since her disappearanc. Hoping for answers soon for her whereabouts. I know that she is loved and missed by many.

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xx For Joanna on 6-25-05
« Reply #16 on: Jun 25th, 2005, 07:39am »

Thinking of Jo today on her birthday. Hoping she can be found soon.

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xx Lubbock mother searches for missing daughter
« Reply #17 on: Nov 23rd, 2005, 9:37pm »

Teenager Joanna Rogers vanished from her family home in Lubbock more than one year ago.


At 2 p.m. today on the televsion show "Maury," her mother Kathy Rogers and psychic Jeffrey Wands will discuss the case in an effort to find the missing teenager, who is now 16.


The program, which is being aired in conjunction with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, is asking for the public's help in locating her.


On May 4, 2004, Joanna went to bed around 1 a.m. after speaking with her parents about their plans for the next day. At 7 a.m., her mother went to wake her up and she was gone. Her purse, shoes and cell phone were still in her room.


The Rogers contacted family and friends, but no one has since seen Joanna, stated a news release from the office of Paul Faulhaber, the program's executive producer.


During the show, host Maury Povich will post a number for the Lubbock County Sheriff's Department and the Center for Missing and Exploited Children for viewers to call with information regarding Joanna's whereabouts.

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xx A Mysterious Disappearance
« Reply #18 on: Nov 24th, 2005, 9:05pm »

Joanna Rogers, a junior at Lubbock High School in Tex. came home from her job at a sandwich shop about 12:20 a.m. on May 4, 2004. She had a short conversation with her mother before going to bed. That was the last time anyone saw Joanna.

At 7 a.m. the next morning there was no trace of Joanna . According to police, 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. However, police say they did notice Joanna's bedroom window was open and they found fresh tire tracks in the driveway the morning her parents reported her missing. The Sheriff's Department has no substantial leads, but they believe foul play is involved.
The community stuck by the Rogers family. Hundreds of volunteers searched the neighborhood looking for some sign of Joanna.Yellow ribbons hung on many doors in Lubbock, while inside the residents prayed for good news. But a year and half later police ars still baffled and her parents are fearing the worst

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xx Man charged with murder also suspect in teen's dis
« Reply #19 on: Dec 23rd, 2005, 7:15pm »

LUBBOCK, Texas - A 25-year-old man charged in the September murder of a pregnant woman is also a suspect in the unsolved disappearance of a Lubbock teenager, police said.
Rosendo Rodriguez III, a former Texas Tech student, was indicted in October on capital murder and aggravated sexual assault charges in the deaths of Summer Baldwin, 29, and her unborn child. Baldwin's body was found stuffed into a suitcase dumped in a landfill.
Investigators linked Rodriguez to the case through a bar code on the suitcase.
Lubbock County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Paul Scarborough said Rodriguez is also now a suspect in the disappearance of Joanna Rogers, 16, who vanished from her home in May 2004.
Authorities initially discounted any link between the cases, but Scarborough said investigators found Rogers' name on Rodriguez' e-mail list while searching his computer in the Baldwin murder investigation. His name was also on the teen's e-mail list, authorities said.
"With that connection and the current situation ... we believe that elevates him to the level of suspect," Scarborough said.
"We are doing some further investigation in that area," he said, adding that authorities were pursuing other possible connections between Rodriguez and the missing teen.
In the Baldwin murder case, a judge is expected to rule on a motion to dismiss Rodriguez' defense attorney.
Lubbock County Assistant District Attorney Tray Payne argued at a Thursday hearing that lawyer Albert Rodriguez could not defend the murder suspect because he had handled two knives being used as evidence.
But the defense attorney testified that the knives were never in his possession.

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xx More Remains Found In Yellowhouse Canyon
« Reply #20 on: Jan 1st, 2006, 12:34am »

The families of two missing Lubbock County women are waiting for answers after a body is found in Yellowhouse Canyon.
On Thursday, a skull was found on the property of the V-8 Ranch, located at FM 835 near the Slaton Highway. Friday morning, officials found what they believe to be the rest of the body in the same area.

"We have found substantial human remains and now comes the arduous task of identifying the individual," said Lubbock County Sheriff David Gutierrez.

A passer-by made the gruesome discovery of a skull on Thursday.

Just after 10:45 a.m. Friday, Lubbock County sheriff`s officials, along with several K-9 units and Texas Rangers, found what appears to be remains from the rest of the body, just feet away from where the skull was found.

"The remains were covered under natural brush and debris," said Gutierrez. "We also know that perhaps the natural elements may have taken a toll on the victim."

The medical examiner removed the remains and, along with an anthropologist, is beginning the arduous process of identifying the body.

With two women missing from Lubbock County, Joanna Rogers and Jennifer Wilkerson, both missing since 2004, the sheriff`s office is not ruling out any possibilities.

Still, the girls` families are holding out hope of bringing their loved ones home safely.

"It`s a little bit difficult," said Joanna`s mother, Kathy Rogers on Friday. "I`m very skeptical ... I try to keep up some hope that it`s not the end of everything."

The sheriff has been in constant contact with the families, keeping them up to date on the investigation.

"A little before noon, the sheriff called and said that they believe that it was a male based on the clothing," said Rogers. "So I`m breathing a little easier now. But until they identify the body for sure, we never can say its over."

"We have several high priority cases, our missing girls, and this will be on top," said Gutierrez. "We need to work on this rapidly."

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xx Family of Missing Lubbock Teen Losing Faith In Inv
« Reply #21 on: Jan 6th, 2006, 7:09pm »

The family of missing Lubbock teen Joanna Rogers says they are losing faith in the Lubbock Sheriff`s Department`s investigation of the case.
It`s been 19 months since the 16-year-old went missing. Not until recently, though, has the Rogers family become frustrated with the sheriff`s department.

Kathy Rogers, Joanna`s mother, says it all started a few weeks ago when the connection of Rosendo Rodriguez III and her daughter came out before she was contacted by the sheriff`s department.

"I was perturbed to say the least," she says. "I lost a lot of confidence in the sheriff`s office`s communication (skills)."

Rogers says the same thing happened again last week.

"When human remains were found (last week out in Yellowhouse Canyon), we heard it on the news," she says. "Then the sheriff called."

Then just this week, Rogers says she received phone calls from sheriff`s investigators asking for Joanna`s DNA evidence and hard drive from her computer. Rogers says she gave that to the sheriff`s office over a year ago.

Even though it`s been two year since Rogers and another Lubbock woman, Jennifer Wilkerson, went missing, Sheriff Gutierrez assures the two cases are constantly being worked on.

"Those girls continue to be high priority," he says. "I`ve sent that message down to the chief, the captain and investigators.

Rogers questions that, especially since the lead investigator, Sgt. Greg Parrot, has been removed from the case. Parrot, says Rogers, was "very committed" to finding Joanna.

"I don`t get that same sense of dedication from the current administration," she says. "Sometimes, having new eyes brings a new perspective, some fresh information, and that`s not a bad thing."

Rogers says she is looking into a new set of eyes.

"I won`t be above asking the FBI to become involved," she says.

There is still no confirmation on whether the remains found last week in Yellowhouse Canyon are that of a male or a female. Sheriff Gutierrez says he hasn`t heard anything from the medical examiner`s office.

Sources tell KAMC-28 that the remains are neither Rogers nor Wilkerson.

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xx Information on Joanna from Jim Viola
« Reply #22 on: Apr 9th, 2006, 10:08am »

Everyone,
Here are some clips of Joanna Rogers, missing since May 24, 2004 from Lubbock, Texas.
For more information visit the families web site:
http://bringjohome.info

I do not think I ever send out the Maury Clip for Joanna. It went to Joanna's family first.
It took 6 months for The Maury Show to get back with us concerning the clip. We finally
got permission as long as everyone only "views" the clip from Pat's site, and
not download it. You CAN add the links to the clips below to your sites, again
as long as the clips are not downloaded.

We also have similar permission from Larry Dunn of the Missing Show to show these
clips on line from Pat's site. (e-mail available upon request)

http://patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com/Joanna_Rogers_on_USAMissing_Mar_4_2006.wmv

http://patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com/Joanna_Rogers_on_Maury_Show_Oct_25_2005.wmv

Please link to these from your sites and boards.

If your loved one has not been on the Missing Show (www.USAMissing.com), contact Mr. Larry Dunn at ldunn@telcoproductions.com.

I am continuing to work on many other clips that have been telecast. I usually tape them if I
remember since they air at 3 AM Saturday mornings on WCBS2 in my area. Once completed, the
clips will be added to my Pat's web site: http://www.patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com and
e-mails like these sent.

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xx For Joanna on 5-4-06
« Reply #23 on: May 4th, 2006, 5:23pm »

Thinking of Joanna on the 2nd anniversary of her disappearance. Hoping for answers soon.

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xx Two Years And Still No Sign Of Joanna Rogers
« Reply #24 on: May 5th, 2006, 07:04am »

It was two years ago today (Thursday), when a Lubbock teen vanished during the night. Her whereabouts are still a mystery today.

Joanna Rogers disappeared from her home on May 4th, 2004. Last December, the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office named Rosendo Rodriguez as the primary suspect in Rogers' disappearance. But, he has not been charged.

Rodriguez is also accused in the murder of Summer Baldwin. You'll remember her body was found at the city landfill, last summer.

Joanna was 5'5" tall and 125 pounds, at the time of her appearance. She also had red hair and hazel eyes.

The investigation is still wide open. If you have information that might help, contact Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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xx Final Autopsy Released In Baldwin Murder
« Reply #25 on: May 25th, 2006, 09:13am »

The Lubbock Medical Examiner has released the final autopsy report on Summer Baldwin. She's the woman whose body was found inside a suitcase at the city landfill, last September. Doctor Sridhar Natarajan ruled the cause of her death was blunt force trauma and asphyxiation. She was pregnant at the time of her death.

Rosendo Rodriguez III remains in the Lubbock County Jail charged with capital murder in this case. Investigators traced debit transactions to a suitcase Rodriguez purchased the night before Baldwin was found. Police then tracked him to San Antonio where he was arrested. Later, evidence led police to the Holiday Inn at 8th and Avenue Q. That's where investigators believe Baldwin was killed and then stuffed into that suitcase.

Rodriguez is also the same man authorities are calling the prime suspect in the disappearance of Joanna Rogers. She vanished during the night more than two years ago.

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xx Rogers Family Keeping Hope Alive for Missing Daugh
« Reply #26 on: May 26th, 2006, 07:16am »

There are nearly eight-thousand missing person cases in the state of Texas alone. On Thursday, supporters met on the capital steps in Austin to commemorate the first-ever Texas Missing children's day.

NewsChannel 11's Jennifer Vogel spoke with one family who knows all too well about missing children, as Kathy and Joe Bill Rogers talk about the two year anniversary of their missing teen, Joanna Rogers.

"Some days are good, some days are bad. Over a period of time it gets easier, but it's never easy, there's always a missing spot in your life." A father speaks about the pain only the parent of a missing child could understand. His daughter, Joanna Rogers, has now been missing for two years.

"Little things set it off. As much as we try to go on living, it gets hard." Kathy and Joe Bill say even sitting at a restaurant in California brings back happy memories.

Kathy remembers, "Sitting there at a spot she was at, lets us share something she shared."

The investigation continues to find Joanna, and learn the truth about her disappearance but until that day comes, the Rogers say they are thankful for the support of law enforcement and the community, and hope someday everyone can share in their joy when the case closes.

Kathy has this message for her daughter, "If Joanna is out there, we love her and we miss her. If we could send a message to Joanna, everybody hurts cause she's not here. If you know where she is please tell us. "

If you have any information on Joanna Rogers, you can call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000. To get Abmer Alerts on your cellphone (click here).

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xx Confession Leads To Break In Joanna Rogers Case
« Reply #27 on: Jun 9th, 2006, 09:55am »

On Wednesday, KAMC-28 was the first to report that Rosendo Rodriguez III confessed to murdering 16-year-old Joanna Rogers.
Rodriguez is already in jail, charged with the murder of Summer Baldwin.

Sources tell KAMC-28 that Rodriguez has told authorities that Joanna`s remains are at the Lubbock landfill, the same place Baldwin`s body was found in September of last year.

Rodriguez was arrested and charged with Baldwin`s murder two days later.

Sources also tell KAMC-28 that Rodriguez claims to have killed Joanna in a similar way as Baldwin, by stuffing her body in one suitcase and her clothes in another.

KAMC-28 has learned that because of a plea bargain, Rodriguez will escape the death penalty. The deal may be life in prison, but eligible for parole after 30 years. The deal is also contingent upon finding physical evidence, such as Joanna`s body or DNA.

Neither Lubbock County District Attorney Matt Powell nor defense attorney Jeff Blackburn can comment on these new details because of a gag order in effect.

Investigators were at the Lubbock landfill on Thursday.

"Finding one little item in a volume of garbage is pretty much like looking for a needle in a haystack," says Curtis Bartlett, the foreman of the Lubbock landfill.

With hundreds of thousands of square feet of garbage at the landfill, it would be a daunting task for investigators to find a body, even though the daily placement of garbage in the landfill is organized and documented. The size problem gets compounded as each piece of garbage is compacted before being buried. Each cell on the landfill grid is 60-feet deep and 300-feet wide, with six-feet of dirt on top of a filled cell.

Similar landfill searches have dragged on for months without any success.


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xx Joanna Rogers' 19th Birthday Passes Without Her Pr
« Reply #28 on: Jun 28th, 2006, 1:25pm »

It's been just over two years since Joanna Rogers has been seen or heard from. She would've celebrated her 19th birthday on Sunday.

Rogers went missing when she was 16-years-old from her Lubbock County home on May 6, 2004. The latest developments in the case came about two weeks ago when sources told NewsChannel 11 that Rosendo Rodriguez, the man suspected in the murder of Summer Baldwin, confessed to murdering Joanna. Investigators are still trying to find out if the confession is legitimate.

NewsChannel 11 spoke with Joanna's parents on Sunday, they tell us they love and miss Joanna and still hope that she will come home.
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xx Search for Joanna Rogers Continues at Lubbock Land
« Reply #29 on: Sep 28th, 2006, 3:16pm »

Getting closer every day. That's the message from investigators in the search for missing Lubbock teen Joanna Rogers at the city landfill.

Investigators will begin hand-sifting through debris again Sunday morning. They have found newspaper articles dating back to May 10th, 2004. That's just four days after Rogers went missing.

Investigators believe they are digging in the right area, and could find Joanna's remains any day now.

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