Monthly Archive:: December 2012
12/31/12 — We have wonderful news to report. Natalia Ershova has been found safe — what a wonderful way for Texas EquuSearch to end the year! We would like to thank all of our dedicated volunteers who came out on a holiday to assist in the search. We are very grateful and proud of all
01/04/12 — We are very happy to report that David Kuykendall has been found safe and been in contact with his family. We would like to thank the volunteers who worked on this case. 12/30/12 — 31 year-old David Kuykendall was last seen in the Pleasanton, Texas area in Mid-November of 2012. David might be
01/07/12 — We are very sad to report that Maria Arrocha was found deceased. Please keep Maria’s family and friends in your prayers during their time of grief. 12/30/12 — Tim Miller, Founder and Director of Texas EquuSearch, is en route to Arlington, TX to meet with authorities and assist in the search for Ms.
12/29/12 — We are very happy to report that Star has been found safe, and is receiving medical care at this time. Please continue to keep Star and her family and friends in your prayers. Thank you so much. 12/29/12 — Star (Estrella) Valdez, age 34, was last seen on Thursday, December 27, 2012 around
Follow the link below to read Texas EquuSearch’s December 2012 Newsletter. As stated previously, Texas EquuSearch will be putting out newsletters to keep our members more informed of what is happening in the organization, along with everyone that follows our website. Each newsletter will contain a Search Tip, case summary of a few of our
12/19/12 — We have some great news! Tim Miller and our GPR operator, Glenn Zebrowski, have located the two childrens’ graves. With our contacts, we have located a monument company that will have the headstones prepared before Christmas. Tim plans to pick up the headstones and bring them back to Lytle for placement before Christmas.
12/19/12 — On the afternoon of December 18th 2012, Texas EquuSearch received a call for help unlike any other request for help that we had received before. 82 year-old Korean War veteran Robert Rudasill contacted Texas EquuSearch and asked if we use Ground Penetrating Radar in our searches for missing people. He was told that we do,