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#1 Kathylene

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:56 AM

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CLEASHINDRA HALL

DOB: Mar 30, 1976
Missing: May 9, 1994
Height: 5'9" (175 cm)
Eyes: Brown
Race: Black
Sex: Female
Weight: 120 lbs (54 kg)
Hair: Black
Missing From:
PINE BLUFF
AR
United States

Cleashindra was last seen at approximately 8:30pm on May 9, 1994. She was wearing a two piece short set with navy blue stripes and polka dots, white cosk, and white tennis shoes. She has a surgical scar behind her right knee and one of her front teeth is slightly chipped.

ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT

Arkansas Missing Children Services Program
Office of the Attorney General 323 Center St., Ste. 200 Little Rock, AR 72201 501-682-1020 or 1-800-448-3014

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Pine Bluff Police Department 501-543-5100

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Family Website: http://www.arwar.org/Cleashindra_Hall.html

From the website:

"The circumstances of Clea's disappearance are suspicious. She was last seen by her employer, Dr.Larry Amos, who's office is located in his home at 5309 Faucet Road, Pine Bluff, AR. Clea called her mother at around 8pm too check in. She told her mom that she would call her when her shift was over so that her mother could pick her up. The call never came. Her mother phoned Larry Amos and was told that Clea left work at approximately 8:30pm when her ride arrived but he didn't see who she supposedly left with. She was not a troubled teen and all was well within the family. Clea was excited about her upcoming prom, graduation, and college. She was ranked number one in her class and was scheduled to give the commencement address at her graduation which was just a few weeks away. She is NOT a runaway.

It has been 10 years since her disappearance but her family has remained diligent in their search. Every month they publish her photograph in the local paper and plead for information. She is so loved and so very missed by her parents and brothers. It is so heart breaking that such a beautiful, intelligent, young woman is lost to us. It is not only a loss for this family but for the entire community. Clea deserves justice. Someone, some where knows where she is. Someone, somewhere has information that may help this grieving family. Someone, somewhere has the courage and the strength to come forward. Please contact us with ANY information, even if it seems trivial it could be a piece of the puzzle. Grant this family and community peace. We need your help."


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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:58 AM

Clea has been added to Project Jason's Adopt a Missing Person program. Please consider helping reunite her with her family by wearing her photo button and sharing her story with others. For more details on how you can make a difference, please see:

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#3 Kathylene

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:58 AM

From: 411Gina.org
www.411Gina.org - $2 Million in Rewards Offered for Missing Persons

NEWS FLASH: THE $2 Million Dollar Story

$2 MILLION DOLLARS IN REWARDS for information leading to the recovery of or the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for the disappearance of said missing person.

$100,000.00 REWARD EACH FOR 20 MISSING PERSONS FOR 20 DAYS, NOVEMBER 5th - 24th, 2006.

Twenty Missing Persons:

Christy Lynn Garrard
Missing from Boaz, AL
August 14, 1998

Jesse Florez
Missing from Phoenix, AZ
September 14, 2001

Cleashindra Denise Hall
Missing from Pine Bluff, AR
June 9, 1994

Lola Katherine Fry
Missing from Greenwood, IN
November 14, 1993

Harold Bradley Hensley
Missing from Plainfield, IN
January 11, 2006

Scott Michael Javins
Missing from Terre Haute, IN
May 24, 2002

Marilyn Renee McCown
Missing from Richmond, IN
July 22, 2001

Shannon Marie Sherrill
Missing from Thorntown, IN
October 5, 1986

Karen Jo Smith
Missing from Indianapolis, IN
December 27, 2000

Rayanne Turner
Missing from Indianapolis, IN
December 4, 1997

Heather Teague
Missing from Spottsville, KY
August 26, 1995

Reuben Bennett Blackwell II
Missing from Clinton, MD
May 6 1996

Kimberly Lawanda Carter
Missing from Kansas City, MO
July 5, 1984

Regina "Gina" Bos
Missing from Lincoln, NE
October 17, 2000

Jason Anthony Jolkowski
Missing from Omaha, NE
June 13, 2001

Danielle Nottingham
Missing from Princeton, NJ
January 11, 2003

Beatrice E. Elliott
Missing from Philadelphia, PA
March 14, 2005

William "Dean" Ponder
Missing from Spartan County, SC
August 28, 1993

Amos K. Mortier
Missing from Madison, WI
November 8, 2005

Alexis Patterson
Missing from Milwaukee, WI
May 3, 2002

#4 Kathylene

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:58 AM

Today's THV - KTHV Little Rock

$100K Reward In Pine Bluff Missing Woman Case


"I wonder all the time where she is and what she's doing,” says Laurell Hall as she looks at an old picture of her daughter Cleashindra Hall. She was 18 at the time she disappeared from Pine Bluff in 1994. This year her family hoped to celebrate her 30th birthday with her.

“[It’s] sad when we've had different occasions and she's missing. Frustrating because we don't know where she is and we haven't had any clues," says Laurell.

But thanks to a cash reward offered by a Philadelphia victim’s rights advocate, new clues may be coming in to police.

"It was a surprise because I don't know him and I'm sure he doesn't know me," says Laurell.

Cleashindra is one of 20 missing people featured on the reward website. (Click on the link to right to see the site.) There's a $100,000 prize for a tip leading investigators to her.

"There is no way we could have come up with that kind of money and I'm sure the parents couldn't either," says Pine Bluff Police Lieutenant Bob Rawlinson. He says his department's been all over the south following leads in the case. He hopes the reward money can help solve the case.

"We really would like to bring closure to this for the family," he says.

Click here to watch the video.


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#5 Kathylene

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 10:00 AM

Geraldo Rivera is featuring the 2 Million Dollar Story on his show, Geraldo at Large. you can watch a video about Beatrice's recovery in the archive. Click on the 11/9 link. The other 19 missing persons are shown briefly. Here's the link:

Geraldo At Large - Video Archive

#6 Kathylene

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 10:00 AM

Cleashindra Hall will be featured on the television program "Missing"  [/hr]Cleashindra Hall will be featured on the television program "Missing" Episode M-416.

Visit USA Missing Homepage

The show will air the week of November 13, 2006, and in most areas, is shown on the following weekend.

Please check out which station airs the program in your area by visiting the following link.

Links to TV Stations airing "Missing"

Then check out the station's site (provided in the above link) for the exact day and time the show airs.

All the following adults and children will be featured on this episode.

Anthony Luzio, Andrew Slinkard, Sydney Slinkard, Nathan Slikard, Kamelia Spencer, Sujey Alvarez, William Hogan, Erica Hernandez, Ara Johnson, Alicia Hazel, Laroya Bray, Christopher Abeyta, Beatriz Rivera-Carcamo, Jacqueline Rivera-Carcamo, Sofia Lazarides, David Bertrand, Cleashindra Hall, Jeremy Grice, Briana Miles, Michael Burckley, Timmy Thompson, Tanja Hook, Jamie Barela, Victoria Cotton, Erica Fraysure, Graciela Delacruz, Emma Peterson, Kaitlyn Peterson.

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Cleashindra Denise Hall


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Above Images: Hall, circa 1994


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: May 9, 1994 from Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: March 30, 1976
Age: 18 years old
Height and Weight: 5'8 - 5'9, 120 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: African-American female. Black hair, brown eyes. Hall has a surgical scar on the back of her right knee. One of her front teeth is slightly chipped. Her nickname is Clea. Hall's ears are pierced. She is right-handed and has a slender build.

Clothing/Jewelry Description:
A white two-piece short set imprinted with large navy blue polka dots on the shorts and stripes on the blouse, white socks, white tennis shoes, small stud earrings, and a white bow-type ponytail holder pulling back her hair.


Details of Disappearance

Hall called her mother from her after-school job in the 3300 or 5300 block of Faucett Road in Pine Bluff, Arkansas at approximately 8:00 p.m. on May 9, 1994. Hall was employed by Dr. Larry Amos at the time, and did clerical work out of his home at that location.

Hall's family members normally gave her a ride home after her shift ended at 8:30 p.m. She told her mother that she would call again after she clocked out for the evening. Hall's mother fell asleep at their residence shortly after their conversation. She awoke at 1:00 a.m. and realized that her daughter had never called. Her mother telephoned Dr. Amos and was told that Hall departed at approximately 8:30 p.m. when her ride arrived. No one else had been scheduled to pick her up, however. Hall has never been heard from again. She did not have her purse, identification, any money, or access to a car when she vanished.

Authorities do not believe Hall left of her own accord. She got along well with her family, was ranked as the top student in her graduating high school class at Watson Chapel High School, and does not have a history of running away. Hall was also excited about her upcoming high school graduation ceremony, which took place two weeks after her disappearance. She was going to give the commencement address at her graduation a few weeks after her disappearance. She was planning to attend Memphis State University and dreamed of becoming a pediatrician.

Hall was active in school and church activities, including her school and church choirs and school band, at the time of her disappearance. She enjoys reading. Foul play is suspected in Hall's case; investigators believe she was probably murdered by someone she knew and trusted. Her case remains unsolved.

Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Pine Bluff Police Department
870-543-5111
OR
870-543-5112
OR
501-543-5100

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Posted 07 April 2009 - 09:21 AM

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Honors student leaves doctor's office, disappears

    * Story Highlights
    * Cleashindra Hall hoped to be a pediatrician
    * She disappeared after leaving doctor's office where she worked
    * Honor roll student was two weeks shy of high school graduation
    * Tip line: 870-543-5111. Reward exceeds $10,000

By Rupa Mikkilineni
Nancy Grace Producer

NEW YORK (CNN) -- Cleashindra Hall was 18 and in the most exciting time of her life when she disappeared in May 1994, a week after her senior prom.

She had spent hours preparing for the prom, choosing the perfect dress and getting her hair and nails done.

She was an honor roll student and would give the commencement speech at her high school graduation in two weeks.

Hall wanted to be a pediatrician and was looking forward to attending Tennessee State University to study pre-medicine.

But all that came to an abrupt halt after 8:30 p.m. May 9, 1994, when she left her after-school job at the home office of Dr. Larry Amos in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. It was the last time she was seen.

She usually called home when finished work, and one of her parents would pick her up. She spoke to her mother on the phone just after 8 p.m. Her mother expected her to call again soon for a ride home. She never did.

Laurell Hall fell asleep waiting for her daughter's call. She awoke abruptly at 1 a.m., realizing that her daughter had not called and had not come home.

Amos, Hall's employer, told police she had left his house at 8: 30 p.m., getting into a car with someone he assumed was giving her a ride.

The next day, Hall's parents reported her missing.

"It's been very frustrating for us. We feel that police didn't do everything they could have done at the beginning, when she first went missing," Laurell Hall said. "We had to wait 24 hours in those days before police would take a missing persons report."

It disturbs Laurell Hall that the home where her daughter was last seen was not searched for nearly two weeks after her daughter vanished.

"I don't understand why police could not search the home immediately to make sure there was no sign of a struggle there," Hall said. "Maybe they would have found her press-on nails or hair extensions there; who knows?"

Amos did not return CNN's phone call seeking comment. Police say the house was full of people the night Hall was working there.

Lt. Terry Hopson of the Pine Bluff Police Department said a search of the Amos home did not turn up any evidence that Hall was injured or attacked there.

"We do believe she left that house that night with someone she was acquainted with," Hopson said. He did not elaborate.

"We have spent many hours and manpower on this case over the years and continue to diligently investigate this case and developing leads," Hopson said.

He hinted that police have some idea of what happened to Hall that night but are seeking forensic evidence to support their theory.

Police said they obtained phone records from the Amos home for the hours when Hall was working there. But they won't say who, if anyone, may have spoken with Hall on the phone besides her mother.

Both family and police say Hall was not the type to go somewhere without telling anyone. She also had no reason to escape her life and was not a troubled teen.

Police consider the disappearance to be suspicious and believe that foul play is involved. However, they have no clues as to who might have abducted her.

There is no description of the vehicle that may have picked Hall up from the Amos home, though police believe that if she got into a car with someone, it would have been someone she knew.

According to family and friends, Hall did not have a boyfriend. Police did question and administer a polygraph to a boy in the community who Hall liked and was friendly with. The polygraph results are unclear, and police interrogation of the boy and their search of his vehicle did not provide any leads.

When Hall disappeared in 1994, cell phone triangulation and other technologies commonly used in missing person cases today weren't available.

Police say they have no forensic evidence in this case. Their only hope is that someone comes forward with a tip after all these years.

Cleashindra Hall is black, stands 5'8" tall, weighs 120 pounds and has dark short hair, dark eyes and a surgical scar on her left knee. She was last seen with her hair in a ponytail, wearing a white shirt and short set with navy polka dots and stripes, white socks and small stud earrings.

Police urge anyone with more information regarding the whereabouts of Cleashindra Hall to call the tip line at 870-543-5111. More than $10,000 in reward money is offered.


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Posted 07 April 2009 - 02:41 PM

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By Rupa Mikkilineni
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NEW YORK (CNN) -- Cleashindra Hall was 18 and in the most exciting time of her life when she disappeared in May 1994, a week after her senior prom.


Cleashindra Hall was two weeks shy of her high school graduation when she disappeared.

She had spent hours preparing for the prom, choosing the perfect dress and getting her hair and nails done.

She was an honor roll student and would give the commencement speech at her high school graduation in two weeks.

Hall wanted to be a pediatrician and was looking forward to attending Tennessee State University to study pre-medicine.

But all that came to an abrupt halt after 8:30 p.m. May 9, 1994, when she left her after-school job at the home office of Dr. Larry Amos in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. It was the last time she was seen.

She usually called home when finished work, and one of her parents would pick her up. She spoke to her mother on the phone just after 8 p.m. Her mother expected her to call again soon for a ride home. She never did.  Watch how phone calls play a role in this case »

Laurell Hall fell asleep waiting for her daughter's call. She awoke abruptly at 1 a.m., realizing that her daughter had not called and had not come home.

Amos, Hall's employer, told police she had left his house at 8: 30 p.m., getting into a car with someone he assumed was giving her a ride.


The next day, Hall's parents reported her missing.

"It's been very frustrating for us. We feel that police didn't do everything they could have done at the beginning, when she first went missing," Laurell Hall said. "We had to wait 24 hours in those days before police would take a missing persons report."

It disturbs Laurell Hall that the home where her daughter was last seen was not searched for nearly two weeks after her daughter vanished.

"I don't understand why police could not search the home immediately to make sure there was no sign of a struggle there," Hall said. "Maybe they would have found her press-on nails or hair extensions there; who knows?"

Amos did not return CNN's phone call seeking comment. Police say the house was full of people the night Hall was working there.

Lt. Terry Hopson of the Pine Bluff Police Department said a search of the Amos home did not turn up any evidence that Hall was injured or attacked there.

"We do believe she left that house that night with someone she was acquainted with," Hopson said. He did not elaborate.

"We have spent many hours and manpower on this case over the years and continue to diligently investigate this case and developing leads," Hopson said. He hinted that police have some idea of what happened to Hall that night but are seeking forensic evidence to support their theory.

Police said they obtained phone records from the Amos home for the hours when Hall was working there. But they won't say who, if anyone, may have spoken with Hall on the phone besides her mother.

Both family and police say Hall was not the type to go somewhere without telling anyone. She also had no reason to escape her life and was not a troubled teen.

Police consider the disappearance to be suspicious and believe that foul play is involved. However, they have no clues as to who might have abducted her.

There is no description of the vehicle that may have picked Hall up from the Amos home, though police believe that if she got into a car with someone, it would have been someone she knew.

According to family and friends, Hall did not have a boyfriend. Police did question and administer a polygraph to a boy in the community who Hall liked and was friendly with. The polygraph results are unclear, and police interrogation of the boy and their search of his vehicle did not provide any leads.

When Hall disappeared in 1994, cell phone triangulation and other technologies commonly used in missing person cases today weren't available.

Police say they have no forensic evidence in this case. Their only hope is that someone comes forward with a tip after all these years.


Cleashindra Hall is black, stands 5'8" tall, weighs 120 pounds and has dark short hair, dark eyes and a surgical scar on her left knee. She was last seen with her hair in a ponytail, wearing a white shirt and short set with navy polka dots and stripes, white socks and small stud earrings.

Police urge anyone with more information regarding the whereabouts of Cleashindra Hall to call the tip line at 870-543-5111. More than $10,000 in reward money is offered.

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 07:28 PM

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NamUs profile for Cleashindra Hall

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Posted 03 July 2009 - 12:51 PM

Project Jason is pleased to announce an addition to the main page of our website. Along with the Featured Missing Adult and Featured Missing Child, we are adding a section called "Always Remembered". Just as with the other featured persons, those in "Always Remembered" will remain on the main page for one month. Clea Hall is the June 2009 Always Remembered featured missing person.

The new section was created to renew awareness for the long-term missing, and we encourage our readers to take another look at the case, and place posters where appropriate. It also reflects the Project Jason motto: "All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance."

Please see http://www.projectjason.org/ to view the Always Remembered case.

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Posted 09 July 2009 - 03:50 PM

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Cold Case At 10: 15 Years And Still No Sign Of Missing Teen
Posted By: Ashley Blackstone
July 9, 2009

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Fifteen years ago, a Pine Bluff honor student was at her part time job one minute and then gone the next. Cleashindra Hall, 18, left no trace, no trail, but Pine Bluff police firmly believe that someone she knew murdered her.

Despite never finding her body, the investigation is still open.

It was the most exciting time of her life. She was 18-years-old and had just been to senior prom. Graduation was in two weeks and college was just around the corner

"I am just wondering what would have been," says her mom Laurell Hall.

You see, Cleashindra Hall had a big dream. She wanted to be a pediatrician. Clea spoke with her mother often about those plans.

"Somebody's children were always hanging on her at church or something," explains Laurell. "She would babysit occasionally, so you know she liked children."

That dream though has faded.

"May 9, 1994 is the day Clea disappeared," says Laurell. "I am thinking she stayed out all night she is in trouble. So I stayed up all night thinking like any mom you're in trouble when you get home."

But 15 years later, there is still no trace. There have been billboards, newspaper ads, countless searches and prayer vigils.

"You know when I look at her picture, I see her as the little girl up there. I don't see her as being an adult, 33 years-old. I don't see that."

Clea's mom says her daughter was last seen at the home and office of Dr. Larry Amos. Clea worked as a part time clerk there and would always call her mom around 8:30 p.m. to ask for a ride home, but the night she disappeared, that call never came. Laurell called Dr. Amos around midnight.

"I said is she still there? And he said no, she left," explains Laurell. "And I was like well what time did she leave and when did she leave?"

There was also the thought that maybe Clea tried to walk home and was abducted. After all, she only lived half a mile from work.

Lt. Rowland Dorman says, "To be perfectly honest, I felt like we would have found her within weeks, if not sooner."

Dorman has worked the case since the beginning. A search at the home showed no sign of an attack. There is a person of interest, but it's not Dr. Amos. Still Lt. Dorman stresses no one has been ruled out. He believes Clea left work with someone she knew. They have a theory but are seeking forensic evidence to support it.

Lt. Dorman says, "There is only a few reasons why someone would not want someone living; greed, jealously, love to hold someone back. Envy."

Clea's family says she didn't have a boyfriend, although a male friend was questioned. Lt. Dorman has followed hundreds of leads and issued search warrants.

"We have done everything that we have known to do. A lot of times we didn't have a reason to search a certain area and we would just do it anyway," explains Dorman.

Laurell says, "They were looking for remains or for a body, but we still believe that she is out there somewhere. Even if she was out there and was on her own and she didn't want to come home, we just want to know she's ok."

Much has changed in 15 years. Both of Clea's grandmother's have died. She has two nieces and a nephew she's never met. Still, they wait for her return.

"We are hoping that we don't have to put up anymore pink bows," says Laurell.

The ribbons outside the family home are a symbol of years gone by and faded dreams of what would have been.

"We are stuck in time because she disappeared like in high school. I have always said if I give up the search on finding her, who is going to look? We want more than closure. We want the truth about what happened to Clea," cries Laurell.

Cleashindra Denise Hall was last seen at 5309 Faucett Road in Pine Bluff. She is 5'8' tall and weighs 120 pounds.

If you have any information about the disappearance of Cleashindra Hall, give Pine Bluff police a call. You can contact them on their tip line 870-543-5111. All calls will remain anonymous. There is a $10,000 reward being offered.

You can watch this cold case story coming up on tonight's "THV 10:00 Difference" and also right here on todaysthv.com.

"Cold Cases In Arkansas" is a series that THV airs every Thursday. Here at THV, it's our goal to reveal information and let you know what is being done by local and county agencies to make arrests in Arkansas countless unsolved missing persons and murder cases.

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 08:07 PM

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 04:02 PM

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Police search home for Ark. teen missing since '94
By JEANNIE NUSS - Associated Press
Published: Tuesday, Apr. 03, 2012 / Updated: Tuesday, Apr. 03, 2012 11:24 PM

PINE BLUFF, Ark. -- Police obtained a warrant to search an Arkansas man's home for clues into the 1994 disappearance of an 18-year-old woman after someone reported seeing blood at the house, according to court documents filed Tuesday.

Authorities seized four items when they searched Larry Amos' home in Pine Bluff for evidence related to Cleashindra Hall, who was working part-time for Amos doing clerical work and preparing for college. Amos, who hasn't been charged or named a suspect in the case, is the last known person to have seen her.

"We have no viable suspect, and what we're trying to do is narrow down the scope of the investigation," Police Lt. Bob Rawlinson said Tuesday, declining to comment on what police found. "Until we are able to identify a person of interest, everybody associated with the case is (a person of interest)."

According to the court documents, a man who said he did some construction work for Amos in the late 1990s told investigators in January that he spotted blood in the home "like it had been splattered on the insulation." Another man who was hired to fill a hole in Amos' backyard said that "when the wind would blow he could smell an odor unlike anything he has smelled before," according to a summary of a police interview included with the court documents.

The heavily redacted documents don't indicate whether any blood was found. The paperwork also doesn't say what items investigators took from the home when it was searched late last week. Rawlinson also wouldn't comment on what was found, or whether two cadaver dogs that searched the home found anything.

Amos declined to talk to reporters when authorities searched his home in Pine Bluff, a city just south of Little Rock. A man outside the home Tuesday refused to comment or identify himself to an Associated Press reporter, saying only: "I have no comment no matter what you ask."

Investigators believe that Hall went to work at Amos' house on May 9, 1994. She called home around 8 p.m. to see if someone had called for her. No one had, so she hung up, her mother Laurell Hall said.

"That was the last time we heard her voice," Laurell Hall said Tuesday.

Amos told investigators that he didn't know how she left his house. Police initially suspected someone else was involved with her disappearance, but no one was ever arrested in the case.

Authorities believe Hall is most likely dead and acknowledge they're now focused on finding new information that could lead to her body.

"Cleashindra wasn't the type of person just to run off," Rawlinson said. "She had her future ahead of her."

Her mother said her daughter was doing clerical work for Amos, who at the time was running a business that supported in-home daycares, to make some money before she set off for college in the fall. She hoped to someday become a pediatrician.

Laurell Hall said she still pictures her daughter as an 18-year-old, even though nearly two decades have passed. She and her husband keep pink bows on their porch as a sign of hope, a reminder that they're still searching. She holds out hope that her daughter is alive.

"I'm going to believe that until I find out differently," she said.

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Posted 16 May 2012 - 11:19 AM

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A Vigil Wednesday Will Mark 18 Years Since Cleashindra Hall Disappeared

By: KARK

Updated: May 8, 2012

A vigil is planned to mark the 18th anniversary since the disappearance of Pine Bluff native Cleashindra Hall.

The 18-year-old vanished on May 9th, 1994.

In April, her Missing Person's case was re-opened after a tip led investigators to the home of Dr. Larry Amos.

That tip was from a contracter who claimed there was a false wall in the home.

He allegedly witnessed dried blood on the sheetrock.

Evidence was taken from the home, but no further information has been released.

Tomorrow's vigil will be held in Pine Bluff at seven p.m. at St. Peter's Rock Missionary Baptist Church.

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Posted 16 May 2012 - 11:21 AM

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Missing girl's mother demands justice from Pine Bluff Police

Posted: May 08, 2012 12:19 AM MDT
Updated: May 14, 2012 10:32 AM MDT

By Matt Johnson

PINE BLUFF – Cleashindra Hall's mother passionately pleaded for the Pine Bluff Police Department to put politics aside and make progress in the search for her daughter.

The City Council failed to reach a vote of "no confidence" for Police Chief Brenda Davis-Jones, however, Laurell Hall spoke at the end of Monday's council meeting to criticize the department's recent efforts to crack the cold case.

Cleashindra Hall has been missing for 18 years. Now, after Pine Bluff Police re-opened her case on March 29, her family is demanding action.

"We are willing to go the next step to expose possible corruption in this city," said Hall, at the podium. "We want justice for ‘Clea' and are at the point where we are willing to do whatever means necessary."

Hall says she has not spoken to anyone from the department in over a month.

Chief Davis-Jones spoke directly to Hall after the meeting, promising results.

"There's nothing we can do until [forensic results] come back," she said. "We call the Crime Lab at least once a week, and they have not gotten to it yet. Once they get those results back we'll be more than happy to go forward with the results."

Until then, Chief Davis-Jones touting a 63% drop in overtime pay for police officers. She suggests her critics may be officers with a smaller paycheck.

"The only people that like change are babies because they want their diaper changed," she said, before the council.

A memorial is being held for Cleashindra Hall Wednesday May 9 at 7pm.

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Posted 16 May 2012 - 11:22 AM

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40 day wait for crime lab to receive cold case evidence

Published: 5/09 10:34 pm
Updated: 5/10 9:57 am

PINE BLUFF, AR – 40 days after Pine Bluff Police raided the home of Dr. Larry Amos, looking for clues in the disappearance of Cleashindra Hall, the state crime lab is finally receiving the evidence.

The revelation comes as friends and family members gathered on the 18th anniversary of her disappearance.

The raid of Amos’ home took place on March 29th. Officials at the state crime lab say they received the evidence from the raid on May 8th.

At the Pine Bluff City Council on May 7th, Pine Bluff Police Chief Brenda Davis-Jones was asked by Laurell Hall, Cleashindra’s mother, for an update on the investigation.

“We call the crime lab once a week," Davis-Jones replied. "Once they come back, we will be happy to come back and give you the results of the report.”

Unbeknownst to the Hall family at the time the police chief made those comments, the evidence collected by the police never even made it to crime lab. A spokesperson for the police department said that chief just assumed the evidence had been sent.

"There's some miscommunication and we're checking into it at this time,” said Captain Greg Shapiro.

The news did not sit well with the Hall family.

"What kind of chief is that that doesn't know, she's assuming. You know why happens when you assume," Hall said. "They're not making asses out of the Hall’s anymore.”

Cleashindra’s mother says she trusted Chief Davis until this moment. Now, she’s lost faith in her and the department altogether.

"Because I went to the city Council meeting on Monday, now the evidence goes to the crime lab on Tuesday?" Hall said. "C'mon."

Hall says the delay prompts her to seek outside help, to bring closure and justice for her daughter. “There's some type of cover up going on and I'm not going to have my daughter's life be the cost."

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Posted 16 May 2012 - 11:45 AM

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PB police investigate delay in missing teen's case

Posted: May 10, 2012 6:10 AM MDT
Updated: May 10, 2012 6:10 AM MDT

PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) - Pine Bluff police say an internal investigation is under way to determine why evidence gathered more than a month ago in a missing persons case was sent to the crime lab just this week.

Authorities searched a home March 28 in connection with the 1994 disappearance of 18-year-old Cleashindra Hall. Little Rock television station KATV reports that Hall's family thought the evidence was awaiting analysis at the State Crime Laboratory.

Instead, Hall's mother says, the evidence has been sitting at the Pine Bluff Police Department until this week.

Pine Bluff Police Chief Brenda Davis-Jones did not return messages seeking comment, but a police spokeswoman says an investigation into the delay is under way.

On Wednesday, friends and family held a vigil to mark the 18th anniversary of Hall's disappearance.

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