The mother of Lisa Irwin, the 11-month-old Missouri baby girl who went missing October 3, says she was drunk when her daughter went missing, even saying she had at least five glasses of wine.
If new allegations are true, Michaele Salahi apparently has been bragging about the “wild sex” she’s had with Neal Schon since as early as 2009. If this is true, her going missing Tuesday (running off with the Journey guitarist) was all a longtime coming. MORE
Real Housewives of D.C. cast member Michaele Salahi was never kidnapped as husband Tareq Salahi had reported to authorities on Tuesday, but she did run off with another man, leaving Tareq “devastated.” Who is the other man, you might ask? None other than Neil Schon, guitarist for Journey. Random, we know. MORE
Police have arrested a former friend of missing Northern California nursing student Michelle Le, who went missing in late May from a San Francisco-area hospital she was working at. The suspect, Giselle Diwag Esteban, was arrested by Hayward police on suspicion of murder.
Giselle Diwag Esteban and Michelle Le were friends at a San Diego high school, but had a falling out at some point since. Esteban was named as a person of interest in June after video surveillance showed her at the hospital parking garage, where Le was last seen, before and after Le’s disappearance. MORE
A man is in custody in Aruba in connection with the disappearance of an American woman, Robyn Gardner, 35, of Maryland, who went missing on the island earlier this month. The following video gives more information about the Aruba missing girl, including where she was last seen and the suspect they are currently holding. MORE
Before the prosecution against Casey Anthony rested its case early Wednesday, they presented the meaning behind the “Bella Vita” tattoo which Anthony reportedly got on July 2, 2008 while her daughter Caylee was missing. MORE
A representative for Human Rights Watch, Ali Dayan Hasan, told a newspaper in Pakistan on Monday that “credible sources” claimed Shahzad had been apprehended by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
Shahzad had on several occasions been warned by officials of the ISI over articles they deemed to be detrimental to Pakistan’s national interests or image. MORE
By 6:01pm on May 21, many were probably going throughout their day as planned—dinner, movies, or relaxing at home. It was a typical Saturday night except for the idea that a minute prior, it was supposed to be the beginning of the end. However, earth shattering earthquakes, the dead rising, and Harold Camping were all missing after the fact. MORE