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xx Purvis Parker & Quadrevion Henning Found Deceased
« Thread started on: Apr 8th, 2006, 10:23am »

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Quadrevion Henning, 12, and Purvis Virginia Parker, 11, were last seen at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 19th, 2006 when they told Henning's grandfather that they were going out to play basketball in the area around North 53rd Street and West Hampton Avenue.



Anyone having any information concerning the two boys should call the national toll free line 877.628.3804

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xx Family of Missing Boys Get New Information
« Reply #1 on: Apr 14th, 2006, 1:19pm »

By Tracy Stokes


Posted April 14, 2006 – The families of two Milwaukee boys who vanished nearly a month ago learned something this week they had not heard before.

They discovered that the day 11-year-old Purvis Parker and 12-year-old Quadrevion Henning went missing, two of Purvis' friends came over to visit and said they had seen them at the Hampton Street School playground. The playground is near their homes. It marks the first account of anyone seeing the boys the day they disappeared.


Police are now questioning every child in the neighborhood.

"Obviously, there were other kids there,” said Quentin Henning, Quadrevion’s father. “We need those parents to sit down and talk to those children and ask them what happened Sunday. If the parents can get it from the children, give us that information. Give us something to go on because the two boys were not there at that park by themselves."

Purvis and Quadrevion have been missing since March 19.

The reward for their safe return is now at $75,000.

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xx Milwaukee Boys' Deaths Likely Accidental
« Reply #2 on: Apr 15th, 2006, 4:17pm »

By COLIN FLY

MILWAUKEE Apr 15, 2006 (AP)— Two boys missing for almost a month apparently drowned in a park lagoon near where they were last seen, and police said Saturday foul play was not suspected.

Purvis Virginia Parker, 11, and Quadrevion Henning, 12, disappeared the afternoon of March 19 after they asked Quadrevion's grandfather whether they could play basketball at the nearby park.

The bodies were found in the park lagoon on Friday, Police Chief Nan Hegerty said.

She said the first body was recovered Friday night by a man and his son walking through the park.

A medical examiner said autopsy results indicated that the deaths were consistent with an accidental drowning, and there was no evidence of injury or foul play.

Dennis Frazier, Quadrevion's uncle, earlier said he did not believe there was any foul play. "That makes it kind of nice for the family that they weren't held against their own will," he said.

After the boys' disappearance, police and volunteers searched the neighborhood, posted leaflets around the city and made repeated appeals for information anyone might have.

Divers had waded through the lagoon's icy water, but because of the muddy bottom, it was possible the bodies could have been missed in a search, Hegerty said.

The boys' families said the two had no history of running away and had good school attendance records, and police fielded hundreds of calls on a tip line offering possible leads.

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