Missing: 14-year-old Rikaya Walker of Temple Hill MD

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. (WUSA) — Police are looking for 14-year-old girl who went missing on Tuesday.

Prince George’s County Police Department said Rikaya Walker of Temple Hill was last seen in the 4900 block of Brinkley Road around 3:40 p.m., Tuesday.

Walker is 4’9” and 125 pounds. She was last seen wearing khaki pants, a red polo shirt, a blue jean jacket and red Chuck Taylor shoes.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Regional Investigation Division Southern Region at 301-749-5064.



Missing: Latoya Galloway,25,Upper Marlboro, MD *Found*

ByVYCVBIYAA4LlcLaToya Galloway

Case Type: Endangered
Date of Birth: March 11, 1989
Missing Date: September 20, 2014
Age Now: 25
Missing City: Upper Marlboro
Missing State: Maryland
Case Number: 14-266-1648
Gender: Female
Race: Black
Complexion: Dark
Height: 5’1″
Weight: 150
Hair Color: Black
Hair Length: Shoulder Length
Eye Color: Brown
Wear Glasses or Contacts: No

Location Last Seen: At the Wawa on Crain Highway. Her vehicle is a white 4-door 2005 Hyundai with Virginia plates: VAC8660.

Circumstances of Disappearance: According to Galloway’s mother, Valarie Bowden, of Fredericksburg, Va., the last time she heard from her daughter was on the afternoon of  Saturday, Sept. 20th, after she had been away from home for a couple of days. Bowden said her daughter told another relative Thursday evening that she would be home Friday after spending the night out with friends.

Friday came and went and Galloway didn’t show up to pick up a relative.

The family had tried earlier and unsuccessfully to file a missing persons report, but were told they had to file in the proper jurisdiction. Bowden says she was recovering from a recent hospitalization and illness and her children didn’t want to worry her.

And then came the call Saturday from a blocked number.

“She didn’t sound like herself. She’s normally chipper and outgoing, but she sounded sluggish and scared,” Bowden told NewsOne in an interview. “She said she would be home the next day, but it didn’t sound like how she normally sounds. It sounded like someone was telling her what to say.”

When it became clear that her daughter wasn’t coming home, Bowden began going through her cell phone calls and texts since they share a phone plan. She called some of the last numbers listed and found a man who says he last saw Galloway at the Wawa on Thursday, Sept. 18th.

The man claims he had given Galloway money for gas but that he left when he noticed two men approach Galloway whom appeared to know her.

“He thought they were friends of hers so he says he just left,” said Bowden who says she doesn’t know why her daughter, who worked for a contractor in Fairfax, Va., was in Upper Marlboro.

Bowden says her daughter normally calls if she’s going to stay out overnight with friends and she certainly wouldn’t leave her 4-year-old daughter behind whom she doted on. Her boyfriend is also baffled by her disappearance.

“She would have called and said, ‘I’m not coming home. Here’s the number where I’m at.’ She didn’t do any of that,” said Bowden. “She was very responsible with her daughter.”

Galloway was missing at the family’s weekly Sunday dinner gathering. “The heartbreak her family is feeling is insurmountable. I can’t take pleasure in anything in my life. Every bite of food, every drink of water, I’m thinking, Does she have these things,” said Bowden.

But she is trying to stay strong for her 4-year-old granddaughter who keeps asking when her mother will return. So far, the family has just told the girl that her mother is out and will be back the next day. But they know that can only work for so long.

“Every night she’s asking for her mother. Now, she’s started singing songs about her mother. She knows something is wrong,” said Bowden.

Bowden says her daughter, the youngest of three girls, grew up as a military brat and may be used to the more insular atmosphere on military bases.

“Sometimes she can be too trusting of others. The world is not like the closed environment on a military base. My fear is she may have trusted the wrong individuals,” Bowden said.

Bowden is doing all she can to help find her daughter. The family recently went to Upper Marlboro to post missing persons fliers and talk to people in the area for clues. Bowden has also turned the cell phone records and other information over to Prince George’s County Police who are investigating the case.

So far, there aren’t many leads. There’s been no activity on Galloway’s bank card or social media accounts. Her phone now just goes to voice mail.

“With each hour she is missing my fears increase for her safety. I feel helpless and powerless,” said Bowden. “If anyone has her, please let her come home. She is a good girl with a family that loves her. If they have any compassion in their heart, they will let her come home and be a Mother to her daughter.”

Last Seen Wearing: Unknown.

Identifying Marks or Characteristics: Tattoos: “Kenny” on wrist; “Princess” lower back.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts or circumstances surrounding the disappearance of LaToya Galloway, please contact Prince George’s County Police at 301-352-1200 or theBlack and Missing Foundation’s confidential Tip Line.


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Missing: 15-year-od Zodie Campbell & 16-years-old Dymond Asia Smith, Takoma,MD

Zodie Campbell

TAKOMA PARK, Md. (WUSA9) — Takoma Park police are looking for two teenage girls who have been missing since Monday.

Police say 15-year-old Zodie Campbell and 16-year-old Dyamond Asia Smith were last seen in the 700 block of Hudson Avenue in Takoma Park. They believe the two girls are still together.

Zodie Campbell is described as a black female, 5 feet 2 inches tall, 123 pounds, with brown eyes, black hair, medium skin and a thin build. She was last seen wearing a black shirt, pink pants and black shoes.

Dyamond Asia Smith is described as a black female, 5 feet 9 inches tall, 178 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing a black shirt and black yoga pants. Police did not have a photo for Smith.

Anyone who has information about Campbell and Smith’s whereabouts is asked to call the Takoma Park Police Department at 301-270-1100 and refer to case#14038687 or #14038691 .



Missing: Mya Latonya Farrar, 12, Fort Washington, MD

FORT WASHINGTON, Md. (WUSA 9) — Prince George’s County Police are looking for 12-year-old Mya Latonya Farrar, who was last seen in the 2900 block of Mills Crossing Drive in Fort Washington on Saturday at 8:00 p.m.

Police said she is a 5-foot tall, 115 pound African American female, last seen wearing a light blue and white shirt with dark blue pants.

Anyone with information about her location can contact the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Regional Investigation Division – Southern Region at (301) 749-5064.



Missing: Stella Jawara, 65, Silverspring, MD

SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA9) — Prince George’s County Police are looking for a 65-year-old critical missing woman from Silver Spring, who was last seen near her home Saturday.

Police said Stella Jawara was last seen around 11 a.m. on Greenwich Woods Drive. Jawara suffers from Alzheimer’s and may be in need of medication.

Jawara is described as a black woman, 5’5″ and weighs around 185 pounds, police said.
She wears glasses and was last seen wearing a brown sweater with brown pants.

If anyone has information on her whereabouts, please call the Regional Investigation Division – Northern Region at 301-699-2601. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call CRIME SOLVERS at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), text “PGPD plus your message” to CRIMES (274637) on your cell phone or go to www.pgcrimesolvers.c  om and submit a tip online.

Missing: Shaina Webb, 30, Upper Marlboro, MD

Shaina Webb is missing from Upper Marlboro.(Photo: Prince George’s County Police Department)

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA9) — Prince George’s County police need your help finding a critical missing woman last seen on March 11.

Police say 30-year-old Shaina Webb of the 13000 block of King Frederick Way in Upper Marlboro was last seen in the Marlton community.

Several witnesses report seeing Webb at a Marlton shopping center appearing disoriented, according to police.

Webb is described as a black female, 5’7″, 145 pounds, with brown hair.  She is possibly wearing an orange or pink jacket, gray sweat pants and running shoes.

If anyone has information on her whereabouts, please call the Regional Investigation Division – Central Region at 301-390-2160.


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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.