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This episode features the 2019 disappearance of 21 year old Christina Whittaker from Hannibal, Missouri.Whittaker's case has a connection to a Morgan County Most Wanted individual Glen "Glennie" Ledbetter, Jr. formerly of Louisiana, Missouri. Sources for the story of Whittaker's disappearance can be found at the following links:Movie Maker  and The Daily Mail UK - Documents the Relentless docuseries directed by Christina Fontana on Whittaker. Fontana did 11 years of investigation on the - Lays out the details of Whittaker's disappearance from multiple sourcesMy True Crime Stories, Las Vegas World NewsQuincy's KHQA - local TV Station who has followed the Whittaker Case from the beginningHelp Find Christina Whittaker's Facebook Page - This page is ran by Whittaker's Mother Cindy YoungAnother feature to this story is Morgan-Cass Most Wanted Individual Charles L. "Chaz" Story of Beardstown. Story is believed to be on the run under an alias in Missouri.Last but not least is our crime tip of the month, lost pet scams. WBGZ in Alton and RFD Illinois originally aired this story.
This episode features the unsolved murder of Tony Craigmiles in Kampsville from 1993, the ongoing case of Abigail L. Martin across 5 counties in West Central, Illinois and 3 theft incidents and 2 arsons in Jacksonville over the last two months. An interview with new Morgan-Scott-Cass Crimestoppers President Brad Fellhauer on the Jan. 8 Trivia Night and a recent pilot program with Crimestoppers USA and the U.S. Marshal's Service are also featured.Thank you to the Winchester and Beardstown communities for our recent community outreach events, our 2021 sponsors, and all of those who left tips in the past year. Our statistics were up in most all categories this year. 
This episode covers an out-of-state murder that is connected to a local family that remains unsolved one year later, a criminal social media craze sweeping across the nation that has visited Morgan County, car burglaries. We also have a special interview with Jessica Tharp, CEO of the Central IL Better Business Bureau discussing employment scams. We also wish to thank our sponsors the Jacksonville Journal-Courier and WLDS/WEAI. If you would like to be a $100 sponsor, contact us via Facebook or our website. 
This week we thank our sponsors the Jacksonville Journal-Courier and WLDS/WEAI. If you would like to be a $100 sponsor, contact us via Facebook or our website.This week we discuss one crime that was solved from last summer, several arrests of wanted subjects, a warrant out for arrest for a murder in Palmyra, Missouri, catalytic converter thefts, and two unsolved crimes in the Jacksonville area. Tune in to the chapters to learn more.
The cold cases of Andy Long and Maurice Cunningham are discussed. A recent rash of vehicle thefts have hit Jacksonville.  Parks arrested and 4 more Wanted individuals.
Hello everyone. Welcome to the Morgan, Scott, Cass Crime Stoppers webcast. For this inaugural episode, we'll introduce you to Crime Stoppers a little bit and their history.We'll talk about the procedure for leaving a tip in a variety of ways.We'll clear up some legal stuff. Sorry, we have to do it. We have to follow the law, too. Then, we'll get you to some local crimes that need solving and some criminals who may be in the area that are on the run, and local police need your help in getting them apprehended. 
This episode covers the following:1. Denise D. Phillips death investigation in Rushville from November 1st.2. Polaris side-by-side theft in Murrayville from the weekend of October 2nd.3. FBI & Carbondale Police investigation into the murder of Keeshanna Jackson.4. Disappearance of Norma Crutchfield in Decatur from November 1, 2020. Special Thanks to our sponsors WRMS in Beardstown and CassComm.
Thank you to our new sponsors Cass Communications and 94.3FM WRMS in Beardstown.This episode provides tips on a safe Halloween and doing Facebook Marketplace Transactions.It features an interview between WLDS-WEAI News Anchor Jeremy Coumbes and Crime Stoppers' Loren Hamilton about recent statistics and future developments, as well as Hamilton's recent visit to the national Crime Stoppers convention.Crimes and Cold Cases featured include the 2016 disappearance of Ronald Turner, a recent shots fired incident involving a Crime Stoppers fugitive on the 600 block of South Prairie Street in Jacksonville, and two recent burglaries.
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