Missing: Fidel Malik Williams, 28, Woodlawn, MD

Police Need Help Finding Missing Woodlawn Man
Jan 06, 2014 11:40:00 AM EST
Posted by: Elise Armacost

Police need the public’s help locating a 28-year-old Woodlawn man missing since December 27.

Fidel Malik Williams was last seen on December 27 leaving a friend’s house on Glenmore Avenue in northeast Baltimore City. He is believed to have been heading toward the MTA bus stop at Harford Road and Glenmore Avenue.

Williams is black, 6’1″ and 180 pounds; he is bald with brown eyes and a tattoo on his right arm. He was last seen wearing a black coat, blue jeans, black knit hat, black tennis shoes and a dark-colored sweatshirt.

Williams lives in the 1500 block of Kirkwood Road, 21207. He has never gone missing before. He is not carrying a cell phone or ATM card.

If you have seen Williams or can provide information about his whereabouts, contact Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020.



Missing: Terrell Maurice Holloway,9, Little Rock, Ark.

Morgan Nick Amber Alert issued for 9-year-old Little Rock boy Terrell Maurice Holloway

Little Rock News:
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – According to Arkansas State Police, Little Rock police have requested a Level 2 Morgan Nick Amber Alert for a missing 9-year-old boy.
State police said the alert is for Terrell Maurice Holloway, who, according to LRPD, came home after school on Monday, took off his jacket and has not been seen since around 5:40 p.m that evening.  Authorities said his father was the last person to see him.
According to State Police, he is alone.
THV11’s Marlisa Goldsmith is following this story, and said that search and rescue dogs are now on scene of the search, and officers are going door-to-door with flyers.
She spoke with the boy’s father, who adopted him about a year ago.  He said that when the two walked into their home together Monday, he hung up his scarf and hat, turned around, and the boy was no longer behind him. The adopted father and  biological father told THV’s Marlisa Goldsmith that this behavior is unusual for Terrell.
The boy, who was originally considered a runaway child by Little Rock police, was reportedly last seen wearing a red shirt, red jacket, khaki pants, red hat with “Chicago” in black letters on it, and red and white shoes. He was last known to be at a home on the 1900 block of Spring Street.
Terrell stands 3’10” tall with medium complexion, weighs between 47 and 50 pounds, and has black, short hair.
If you have any information about Terrell Holloway’s whereabouts, please contact police at (501) 371-4829.
Pictured: Spring St. in Little Rock

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Sherman Educates on the Difference Between Persona and Self

Too Much Black

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By Angriest Black Man In America, Black In America Series, Jan. 24 2014

The Story

So…suffice it to say I have a new hero: Richard Sherman. I am actually not a football fan. Honestly, I dislike the sport for its aggressive barbaric nature and some other ideological crap most people don’t care about. However, I don’t think anyone could have missed the media storm that was caused by Richard Sherman’s post-game interview on the field after his team’s win against the 49ers.

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Missing: Laquita Graham, 15, Detroit

Detroit police search for missing teen last seen on Friday Posted: Jan 21, 2014 12:30 PM CST Updated: Jan 21, 2014 12:30 PM CST By myFOXDetroit.com Staff – email DETROIT (WJBK) — Detroit police are asking for the public’s help to locate a missing 15-year-old girl.
Laquita Graham was last seen by her mother in the 8000 block of Westwood on Friday. She was on her way to a friend’s house but never arrived.
She’s described as 4′-7″, 90 pounds with brown eyes and a medium brown complexion.
Police say she has a good mental and physical condition.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Detroit Police Department’s Criminal Investigations at 313-596-5240.

According to her brother’s twitter she was last seen at a high school basketball game Friday night.

My Fanning over Lupita Nyong’o

Unless you have been living under a rock, there is no way you have not heard of the amazing and gorgeous Lupita Nyong’o. She was in the movie 12 Years a Slave and has been winning awards left and right for her portrayal of Patsey a female slave. While I’m not ecstatic about the slavery movie, I am ecstatic about the pouring of support this young woman is getting.

Intelligent, stunning, graceful, and a down to earth chic, also the daughter of a Senator :), she is a breath of fresh air in Hollywood. To be honest I feel she is too good for Hollywood, which continues to churn out basic movies and remake of decade long movies. However, I want to focus on her.

As an African I am glad to see her on the scene, why? Because she represents what Hollywood needs: diversity. In Hollywood there are not many African actors and actresses, due to close mindedness, ignorance, racism, and because Africans produce their own movies and are known around the world for them. While there are some African actors they are usually male: Idris Elba, Chiwetel Ejiofor, David Oyelowo, and so on. While I am glad for the representation, I am more pleased to see a woman.

Seeing Lupita just makes me insanely happy, in fact, I have watched at least three of her interviews, will be watching more, and have looked at countless pictures of her. I feel as though in a world where certain standards are pushed and pressed its striking to see those that can break those barriers. Every woman before has helped to make the door a little wider for the next woman, especially when the woman has melanin. In this world not only do we need an exceptional and beautiful first lady, but we need, Octavia Spencers, Angela Bassestts, Oprah Winfey’s and more. I am ecstatic to see Lupita being on the list of the type of women we need to see to inspire young girls and grown women alike that you can succeed on your own merits without bowing down to other people’s standards.

Missing: Willis James Hughes, 45, Davenport, Iowa

Willis James Hughes, age 45 (dob: 09/25/1968), was last seen in DAVENPORT, IOWA on December 21st, 2013. He was wearing a T-shirt, jeans, white gym shoes and a dark coat. Willis is 6’4” tall, weighs 320 lbs, is bald, has brown eyes and a 3 inch scar on the back of his neck.

His wife passed away recently and he has been depressed.

Anyone with information concerning his whereabouts, please contact the Davenport, IA Police Department at (563) 326-7979 or (563) 326-7778 or the Iowa DCI at 1-800-346-5507. For more info please visit Find Willis J Hughes on Facebook.     

Missing: Destinee William, 14, New Orleans

New Orleans police are searching for a missing teen last seen at her 7th Ward home on Friday (Jan. 3).
Destinee Williams, 14, was last seen leaving her home in the 2600 block of New Orleans Street near Hardin Park on Friday at approximately 3 p.m.
Williams is 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weighs 152 pounds. She has medium brown hair and brown eyes. Police said Williams has never run away before.
Anyone with information about Williams’ whereabouts is encouraged to notify 5th District Detective Brian Baye at 504-658-6050, bbaye@nola.gov, or 911 or 504-821-2222.