http://www.lasvegastribune.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1198:heriberto-nony-herrera-another-missing-person-&catid=124:local-news&Itemid=244Heriberto “Nony” Herrera Another Missing Person
Saturday, 11 September 2010 00:00
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 September 2010 09:56
Written by Perly Viasmensky
The old saying that what happens in Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas can no longer be accepted when so many young people are disappearing from Las Vegas. Nobody disappears without a trace.
There are many sites on the Internet providing help to families of lost ones, but that is never enough. When a young person disappears without any reason whatsoever, law enforcement agents should immediately request the assistance of other jurisdictions.
It is normal to hear a police detective say, “People vanish. People who do not want to be found will never be found.”
That was the opinion of many in the case of young and beautiful Ginger Rios, a 20-year-old dancer with a band that played regularly at a hotel in Las Vegas, who disappeared on April 4, 1997 from the Spy Craft store on Maryland Parkway. The owner of the store killed her and her body was later found in Arizona.
Jessie Foster disappeared from the home she was sharing with her pimp, Peter Todd, on March 28, 2006. North Las Vegas Police believes Jessie “just wanted to vanish.” They never bothered to conduct a detailed investigation on Peter Todd, a pimp well-known by local authorities, maybe because his brother was a teacher with the School District and they didn't want to tarnish his brother's reputation?
Thirty-year-old Trevor Morse moved to Las Vegas from El Paso, Texas, in 2006 to work as an electrician for a major contractor.
On May 6, 2007, a taxi driver claimed he dropped Trevor off in the 3800 block of South Town Center Drive, a supposed affluent, upscale neighborhood located on the west side of Las Vegas. Surveillance footage from a “high class” nearby shopping center showed Trevor pacing outside the building, eventually walking southwest, out of the camera's view, and disappeared.
How can that be possible that young people just disappeared from Las Vegas without a clue?
On May 14, 2010, another man disappeared from Las Vegas: Heriberto Herrera, known by his family and all his friends by the nickname “Nony.”
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