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Missing Children Alabama


The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) show 23 missing children cases in Alabama. These cases include 18 females and 5 males. Their ages span decades but the reality is that these are very real children with families.

One boy, Daniel Barter, has been missing from Perdido Bay, Alabama, since June 18, 1959. He has been missing for 53 years. Daniel Barter is 58 years old now. He is the same age as my husband, born exactly 3 months later to the day on December 12, 1954. Information on the FBI website states “Daniel was camping with his family, siblings, and relatives.” According to the information provided by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, “he was last seen playing near the banks of Perdido Bay, wearing only shorts.” His photograph has been age-progressed to show what he may look like today.

Next, is a little girl, whose identity remains a mystery, she is known only as Jane Opelika Doe 2012. Her NCMEC poster includes a picture of what she may look like based on a facial reconstruction completed by an FBI forensic artist. She is 4 to 7 years old, had been deceased from 8 months to two years before being found. Her skeletal remains were discovered in a trailer park in Opelika, Alabama, on January 28, 2012. Her only identifiable physical feature is her black hair. Her eye color, weight and height are undetermined. The FBI lists Jane Opelika Doe’s cause of death as a possible homicide. Sadly, she may have been malnourished or abused in her short life.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) missing children cases in Alabama are listed below:

Kimberly Nicole Arrington Ncmc859404
Daniel Barter Ncmc600229
Tarasha Benjamin Ncmc1151013
Mary Jo Burnett Ncmc869473
Christina Lynn Carter Ncmc1084835
Carla Rebecca Corley Ncmc765111
Haleigh Breann Culwell Ncmc1074644
Jane Opelika Doe2012 Ncmu1197223
Maya Ellis Ncmc1207913
Brenda Kay Green Ncmc768065
Julian Tiberius Hernandez Ncmc943903
Walter Curtis Jackson Ncmc1189532
Jerica Nicole Magee Ncmc1202315
Sherry Lynn Marler Ncmc601811
Joel Patrick Mccarn Ncmc1206976
Eliud Maluyn Ochoa Ncmc1169056
Shanna Genelle Peoples Ncmc1198505
Kemberly Lorin Ramer Ncmc836649
Laquanta Riley Ncma1083814
Brittany Shante Robinson Ncmc1197561
Abrihet Patricia Wallace Ncmc1200768
Brittney Wood Ncma1199371
Fred Wright Ncmc872836


If you have any information regarding the missing children cases in Alabama please contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) at 1-800-843-5678 with any information. Thank you for looking at the faces of America's missing, abducted, runaway, murdered, and unidentified children.
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