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                              Renee M. LaManna - Missing Person Investigation - January 8, 1994

 The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office and the Ocean City Police Department are investigating the January 8, 1994 disappearance of Renee Martine LAMANNA.  Ms. LaManna is physically described as a white female, date of birth 05.02.58, 5’2”, 98 pounds with long brown hair and brown eyes. 

 At the time of her disappearance, Ms. LaManna was a resident of the Fresh Meadows section of Queens, New York studying nuclear medicine technology.  Ms. LaManna was diagnosed with anxiety disorder which caused her to suffer panic attacks and which sometimes left her agitated and paranoid. 

 LaManna was last seen at approximately 7:00pm at 2517 Wesley Avenue in Ocean City, the residence of her sister.  Earlier on the day of her disappearance, Ms. LaManna was released from a New York hospital where she was being treated for a mental health disorder.  Immediately prior to her disappearance, Ms. LaManna and her sister had dinner at her sister’s Wesley Avenue home.  Following dinner, Ms. LaManna abruptly left the home dressed only in pajama pants, a sweatshirt, bathrobe and socks.  The bathrobe was later discovered by police a short distance from her sister’s home.  A subsequent search by the Ocean City Police, the United States Coast Guard and the Cape May County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit failed to locate Ms. LaManna. No sightings of Ms. LaManna have been confirmed by authorities since leaving her sister’s home. 

Anyone with information about the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Renee LaManna or of her current whereabouts is requested to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit at 609-465-1135 or the tip line at 609-463-LEAD (5323).

 

 

   Brandon Keith Robbins-Missing Person Investigation- August 21, 1982

The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office and North Wildwood Police Department are investigating the August 21, 1982 disappearance of Brandon Keith Robbins.  Mr. Robbins was last seen at his residence located in the Anglesea Section on North Wildwood at 8:00 am on August 21, 1982.

At the time of the disappearance, Mr. Robbins was described as being a 20-year-old white male standing 5’11” and weighing 125 pounds and having brown hair and brown eyes.

On August 25, 1982, Brandon Keith Robbins was reported to the North Wildwood Police as a missing person.  After an extensive investigation it was learned that a friend of Mr. Robbins was operating Mr. Robbins’ vehicle, this being a 1978 black Chevrolet conversion van.  The vehicle was located and the operator was interviewed and advised the investigators that Mr. Robbins let him borrow the van while Mr. Robbins traveled to the Philadelphia area.  Mr. Robbins has not been seen or heard from since August 21, 1982. 

Anyone with information about the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Brandon Keith Robbins or his current whereabouts is requested to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit at 609-465-1135 or can leave anonymous information on the tip line at 609-463-LEAD (5323). 

   Allen Carl Warner- Missing Person Investigation- August 28, 1973 

The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating the August 28, 1973 disappearance of Allen Carl Warner.  Mr. Warner was last seen by members of the North Wildwood Police Department on August 27, 1973. 

At the time of the disappearance, Mr. Warner was described as being a 21-year-old white male standing 6’2” and weighing 185 pounds and having blonde hair and blue eyes. 

On August 28, 1973, a boat belonging to Mr. Warner’s father was found adrift two miles off the Atlantic coast of Cape May County.  Located within the boat were the personal effects and identification of Mr. Warner.  Several days prior to his disappearance Mr. Warner stated to family members that if he ever got into trouble with law enforcement he “would leave and not face it.”  Mr. Warner has not been seen or heard from since August 27, 1973 and his remains have never been found.           

Anyone with information about the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Allen Carl Warner or his current whereabouts is requested to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit at 609-465-1135 or can leave anonymous information on the tip line at 609-463-LEAD (5323).

 

           Carol Hill - HOMICIDE Investigation - June 8, 1970

The Cape May County Prosecutor's Office along with the Wildwood Police Department is investigating the death of Carol Hill.

On June 8, 1970, members of the Wildwood Police Department, while on routine patrol, discovered the body of Carol Hill a 20-year-old Caucasian female, 5'1, 135 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes. Hill was wearing a skirt, white short sleeve shirt and was discovered underneath the Wildwood boardwalk at approximately 12:20 a.m. The subsequent investigation revealed the deceased was a victim of homicide. Investigation also revealed the last known contact with Hill was with an unknown male at the Bolero Bar, located at 3320 Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood, NJ, at approximately 9:00 p.m. on June 7, 1970.

Anyone with any information about the death of Carol Hill is requested to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office Major Crimes Unit at (609)465-1135 or the tip-line at (609)463-LEAD (5323).

 

Mark Joseph Himebaugh - Missing Person - November 25, 1991

 

 

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

·  Missing Since: November 25, 1991 from Del Haven, New Jersey

·  Classification: Non-Family Abduction

·  Date Of Birth: May 23, 1980

·  Age: 11 years old

·  Height and Weight: 4'6, 85 pounds

·  Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian male. Red hair, blue eyes. Himebaugh has an average build and patches of freckles across his body. He has a blotchy, freckled complexion and some small brown marks on his abdomen. His nickname is Curious George. Himebaugh had the habit of biting his fingernails around the time he disappeared. He is right-handed.

·  Clothing/Jewelry Description: A blue sweatshirt, a gray jacket, gray Docker pants and red and white L.A. Gear sneakers.

·  Medical Conditions: Himebaugh's left foot was healing from a fracture at the time of his disappearance. He was also taking the antidepressant Prozac for behavioral problems. Himebaugh is classified as emotionally disturbed and he may have obsessive-compulsive disorder. He frequently had tantrums and angry outbursts as a result of his conditions, but his behavior had been improving prior to his disappearance with the help of medication and talk therapy.

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Details of Disappearance

Himebaugh was last seen at approximately 4:00 p.m. near his family's home on Sunray Road in rural Del Haven, New Jersey on November 25, 1991. His mother allowed him to observe firefighters extinguishing a small brush fire a quarter of a mile from their house. Himebaugh has not been heard from again. He was reported missing at 5:00 p.m. that evening. The afternoon of his disappearance, traffic was re-routed from the fire scene past the Himebaugh residence.

Samuel D. Schmucker - Missing Person Investigation- January 5, 2011

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The Cape May County Prosecutor's Office and the Middle Township Police Department are investigating the January 5, 2011 disappearance of Samuel D. Schmucker. Mr. Schmucker was last seen at approximately 11PM on January 5, 2011 when he was reported to be involved in an argument with his friend/roommate on Bayshore Road in the vicinity of the Green Creek Fire Department. At the time Mr. Schmucker was the passenger of a vehicle that his roommate was operating. During the argument Mr. Schmucker allegedly got out of the vehicle and walked towards Route 47 on Bayshore Road.

At the time of his disappearance, Mr. Schmucker was described as a 25 year old white male standing 5'8" and weighting approximately 150 pounds. Mr. Schmucker was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans with a camouflage jumpsuit.

Mr. Schmucker has not been seen or heard from since January 5, 2011. Anyone with information concerning the disappearance of Mr. Schmucker is encouraged to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office at 609-465-1135 or can leave anonymous information on the tip line at 609-463-LEAD (5323).

There are unconfirmed witness reports that Himebaugh was seen at a local park entrance with an unidentified female child around 3:40 p.m. the day he vanished. The identity of the girl has never been determined.  She was nine or ten years old in 1991.  Authorities believe the girl could have important information about Himebaugh's disappearance.

Himebaugh lived with his mother and older brother at the time he disappeared, and was a sixth-grader at Cape May County Alternative Middle School.


Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office
609-465-(LEAD) 5323


 

          Susan M. Negersmith - HOMICIDE Investigation - May 26, 1990

The Cape May County Prosecutor's Office is investigating the homicide death of Susan M. Negersmith.  Negersmith, a resident of Carmel, NY was last seen alive on the evening of Saturday, May 26, 1990 (MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND) in Wildwood, New Jersey.  Ms. Negersmith is described as a 20 year-old white female with brown hair and eyes, 5'4" and 130 lbs.  She was wearing a faded blue dungaree jacket, black dungaree pants, a pink tee shirt and white sneakers.

Ms. Negersmith is known to have left her motel located in the 2700 block of Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood , New Jersey at approximately 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 26.  Her partially clothed body was discovered the following morning in an alley on Schellinger Avenue near the intersection of Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood, New Jersey.

Anyone with any information about the victim's death is requested to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office Major Crimes Unit at (609)465-1135 or the tip-line at (609)463-LEAD (5323).

   Isabella Pastrana - Missing Person Investigation - January 15, 2003

The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office along with the Ocean City Police Department is investigating the death of Holly Codario and the disappearance of Codario’s 15-month-old daughter, Isabella Pastrana.

On January 15, 2003, the Ocean City Police Department was alerted by the toll operator of an abandoned vehicle parked on the Ocean City-Longport Bridge.  Upon arrival of investigating officers, they observed a vehicle unlocked with the keys in the ignition on the southbound shoulder of the bridge.  Investigation revealed that the last known operator of the vehicle was Holly Codario, age 37, who had legal custody of Isabella Pastrana.   Isabella Pastrana was a passenger in the vehicle that was being operated by Ms. Codario.

On April 25, 2003, the body of Holly Codario was discovered along the south shore of the Great Egg Harbor Bay in the Beesley’s Point section of Upper Township, New Jersey.  To date, Isabella Pastrana has not been located since last being seen on January 14, 2003 at 11:00pm in the company of her mother, Holly Codario. 

Anyone with any information concerning the disappearance of Isabella Pastrana is requested to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office Major Crimes Unit at (609)465-1135 or the tip-line at (609)463-LEAD (5323).

 

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John Weisbecker - Missing Person Investigation - March 12, 2009

The Cape May County Prosecutor's Office along with the Ocean City Police Department is investigation the suspicious disappearance of John Weisbecker.  On March 11, 2009, at approximately 7:45 a.m., John Weisbecker was last seen by his mother at their residence in Ocean City, New Jersey.

On March 12, 2009, a thorough search of the residence was conducted, which revealed access into the residence was gained through a side door, which had been forced open and damaged. In addition, John Weisbecker had personal items removed from his bedroom while the rest of the residence was untouched.

At the time of his disappearance, John Weisbecker was described as being a 21 year old white male, standing approximately 6'01" in height, weighing approximately 220 pounds, and having blue eys and long brown hair with a beard.  John Weisbecker was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, a black T-shirt with "SEEDLESS" on the front and brown ES sneakers.

Anyone with information regarding the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of John Weisbecker is requested to contact the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office, Major Crimes Unit at 609-465-1134 or leave anonymous information on the tip line at 609-463-LEAD (5323).