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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Welcome to Bizzaro World!

Remember the movie Victor/Victoria? Well the poor workers at the Dyersburg Jail are living it. But now it is called Ericka/Edward.

Suspect in child kidnapping actually a man

DYERSBURG, Tenn. A suspect in a child kidnapping in West Tennessee turned out to be a man instead of a woman as first thought.

Edward Sadowski was arrested in Dyersburg over the weekend and was listed as Erika Sadowski at the time.

A medical inspection at the jail revealed that Erika was actually Edward.

Sadowski was charged with two counts of aggravated kidnapping after taking two girls Friday evening for whom he had been a livein babysitter.

Sadowski was arrested Saturday morning after a college student recognized the girls from an Amber Alert.

Sarah Garner, the mother of one-year-old Meagan Smith and five-year-old Breanna Garner, said the news of Sadowski's gender surprised her despite the fact that Sadowski lived with the family for five years and cared for the children.

Sadowski's bond was set at 100-thousand dollars today.

For more information on this story click Here.

The Stivers family Missing For Over Two Weeks Is Found

Details are still coming in but it appears they are all alive.

Family Missing For Over Two Weeks Is Found

By Web Staff

MEDFORD, Ore. - A family who has been missing for over two weeks has been found alive in the hills north of Medford.

The Stivers family was last heard from on March 4 as they were leaving for an overnight trip on the Oregon coast.

The missing included Marlo Hill-Stivers and Peter Stivers (husband and wife), 10-year-old Sabastyan Stivers and 9-year-old Gabrayell Stivers (their children) and Becky Higgenbothum and her husband Elbert Higgenbothum (in-laws).

According to preliminary reports, the family took a wrong turn and got stuck in the snow, which would explain why none of the family's bank accounts had been used since they disappeared.

Two of the family members walked out and were found by a Bureau of Land Management employee, according to Josephine County Undersheriff Brian Anderson.

The area where the family got stuck is in southwestern Douglas County near the Curry County line.
The area is inaccessible by vehicle due to a heavy snow pack, but a search and rescue operation is under way to get to the family.

For updates on this amazing story click Here.

Jennifer and Adrianna Wix, Prayer Vigil March 25th

Two year prayer vigil

Jennifer and Adrianna have been missing for two years.

Please join their family, friends and community as we remember Jennifer and Adrianna with Love, Hope and Prayer.

Saturday, March 25, 2006 at 4:00 P.M. at Owens Chapel Methodist Church, in Cross Plains Tennessee, this is very near the last place that Jennifer and Adrianna were seen. We will gather for prayer and release balloons at the location of their disappearance.

Thank you to all who come and show their continued support in the search for Jennifer and Adrianna.

Their Homepage Link.

For more information please visit our Main Forum and Angels Missing.
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