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#1 Denise

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Posted 19 May 2007 - 07:12 PM

Name: Kenny Manuel Naidas, Jr.

this is an image of what the Guam seal looks like - visual example of what Kenny Naidas' tattoo may look like

Classification: Endangered Missing Adult
Alias / Nickname: Kenny
Date of Birth: 1981-06-25
Date Missing: 2005-05-18
From City/State: Radcliff, KY
Missing From (Country): USA
Age at Time of Disappearance: 23
Gender: Male
Race: Bi-racial
Race (Other): Pacific Islander/White
Height: 69 inches
Weight: 180 pounds
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Complexion: Medium

Identifying Characteristics: Pierced ears, tattoo of the "Seal of Guam" on left shoulder blade, tattoo of the word "Chamorro Style" between shoulder blades, mole on right side of face, right eye retina was partially detached but corrected with laser surgery.

Clothing: Red shirt, blue jeans, red and white "Nike" atheltic shoes.

Circumstances of Disappearance: Unknown. Kenny called his fiancee stating he was on his way home after he was going to stop and pick up some items for his child. His vehicle, described as a maroon, four door, 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe, was later located on May 19, 2005 at the Dollar General Store parking lot in the vicinity of US Hwy 31 West in Radcliff, KY.

Investigative Agency: Radcliff Police Department
Phone: (270) 351-4477
Investigative Case #: 20050696


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Posted 19 May 2007 - 07:13 PM

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The Radcliff Police Department is looking for a local man reported missing Wednesday.

Friends and family reported Kenny M. Naidas Jr., 24, missing after he failed to return to the Radcliff home he shares with his fiancee at 1360 Bramblett Blvd. RPD spokeswoman Elaine Leach said Naidas' fiancee, who asked to remain unnamed, last spoke to him about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, and he has not returned home or reported to work since.

Police said Naidas had planned to stop at a store before returning home that afternoon.

"The circumstances are more unusual than suspicious," Leach said.

She also said Naidas' employer, United Parcel Service in Louisville, says it is unusual for Naidas not to show up for work without calling.

"From what we understand, he's a good employee with a good work ethic who is faithful and reliable," said Leach.

Leach said Naidas' car was discovered Thursday undisturbed at a parking lot that is shared by the Dollar General Store and Corbanos Italiana Restaurant on South Dixie Boulevard in Radcliff. Leach said the vehicle's location did not indicate which business Naidas might have been in, and there was nothing particularly suspicious about the way the car was left.

Leach said when an adult is missing, it is important to determine if the person is missing of his or her free will.

"We just need to know all is well with him," said Leach. Police encourage Naidas or anyone who might have seen Naidas to contact the detective section of the Radcliff Police Department at (270) 351-4477 or 351-4470.

Naidas was last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and red and white Nike Air Jordans. He is described as being of Asian desent with black hair, brown eyes, standing 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighing 180 pounds. Naidas also has a distinctive tattoo depicting the "Seal of Guam" on his left shoulder and a "Chamorro style art" tattoo on his neck.

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Posted 19 May 2007 - 07:13 PM

pictures

Website above has several pictures of Kenny.

The News-Enterprise - News

Family still perplexed by man's disappearance

June 4, 2005

Ken Naidas is still perplexed by his son's disappearance.

"This whole thing is baffling to me," he said. "We really don't know what happened."

Police have been searching for Kenny Jr. M. Naidas, 23, of Radcliff, since his car was found May 18 in the parking lot shared by Corbano's Italian restaurant and Dollar General Store on U.S. 31W.

Naidas said he got a call from his son's fianee around 4:30 p.m. that told him something wasn't right.

"She said he called around 1:30 and said he was heading home," he said, "but he never showed up, never answered his cell phone."

An initial investigation by the Radcliff Police Department indicated no evidence of foul play, but the last call made from his cell phone was the one calling to say he'd be home, which his father said just doesn't make sense.

"That day was really odd," he said. "If he was in trouble, he would have said something."

Naidas had just finished his 90-day probationary period as a computer technician at United Parcel Service in Louisville, and his dad said knowing how important that job is to him, he wouldn't just walk away.

"He wouldn't jeopardize everything he's worked for," he said.

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Posted 19 May 2007 - 07:15 PM

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Kenny Manuel Naidas Jr.

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Above Images: Naidas, circa 2005

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: May 18, 2005 from Radcliff, Kentucky
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date of Birth: June 25, 1981
Age at time of disappearance: 23 years old
Height and Weight: 5'7 - 5'9, 180 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Biracial (Guamanian/Caucasian) male.
Black hair, brown eyes.

Naidas has a tattoo of the seal of Guam on his left shoulder blade, the words "Chamorro Style" tattooed on between his shoulder blades, and a mole on the right side of his face. His ears aer pierced. Naidas's right retina became partially detached prior to his disappearance and the defect was corrected with laser surgery.

Clothing/Jewelry Description: A red t-shirt, blue jeans and red and white
Nike Air Jordans sneakers.

Details of Disappearance
Naidas was last seen in Radcliff, Kentucky on May 18, 2005. His fiancee had sent him out that morning to buy diapers and baby formula. He called her at 1:30 p.m. to say he was on his way home, but he never arrived there and has never been heard from again. Naidas was reported missing after he failed to return to his residence in the 1300 block of Bramblett Road in Radcliff. His maroon four-door 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe was located the next day in the parking lot of the Dollar General store and Corbanos Italiana Restaurant on south Dixie Boulevard, in the vicinity of U. S. Highway 31 west. Authorities stated there was nothing suspicious at the scene. Naidas's father stated his son had not planned to visit either Dollar General or the Italian restaurant the day he disappeared. He normally drove his Honda, but chose for some reason to drive the Tahoe on May 18. He usually only drove that vehicle when he had his children with him.

Naidas was employed by United Parcel Service (UPS) in Louisville, Kentucky in 2005; he was a computer technician and had just completed his probationary period. He is described as a good employee with a good work ethic; it is uncharacteristic of him to be absent from work without informing. His loved ones stated Naidas was a good parent and close to this children and would not have willingly abandoned them. He planned to marry his fiancee on his birthday in June 2005.

Although investigators stated there was no evidence of foul play in Naidas's case, his family is concerned for his welfare, as his disappearance is unusual. His case remains unsolved.

Investigating Agency
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270-351-4477


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Posted 26 January 2008 - 06:40 PM

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Case has "twists and turns"
Police: Drug trafficking, attempted kidnapping, disappearance may be related

Thursday, May 17, 2007 9:04 PM CDT
By BOB WHITE

RADCLIFF - Two years have passed since Kenny M. Naidas Jr. vanished from his Radcliff home.

While leads into his whereabouts flowed steady for more than a year, new information into the disappearance seemed to dry up about two months ago, police said.

The lull in new leads prompted Radcliff Detective Lt. Ralph Craig to turn to the media this week in hopes of stirring interest, concern and even guilt among those who may know what happened to Naidas after May 18, 2005 -- when his SUV was located in a Dollar Store parking lot without him anywhere to be found.

"If these people have any compassion at all for his family, they should step up and talk," Craig said.

A father of two, Naidas was 23, newly employed at UPS and a month away from being married when he disappeared.

His father, Ken, described him as a loving dad and a son who was close-knit to the family, but Craig, hoping to shake loose new details of the disappearance, decided to release information this week that painted Naidas as someone entangled with a troublesome crowd.

One of Naidas' friends, Victor J. Brown, was charged with trafficking 57 pounds of marijuana and several grams of cocaine in Murray three days after Naidas' disappearance. Jeffrey Puckett, described as Naidas' closest friend by Naidas' father, later was convicted of the crime along with Brown.

After interviewing Puckett, Craig believes Naidas also was involved in the drug deal and suspects his disappearance is related.

Brown also nearly disappeared in May 2005, police said, when a group of Hispanic males allegedly tried to kidnap him while he was trafficking the drugs in Murray.

Murray Police Department Capt. Eddie Rollins said Brown's call to police reporting the abduction attempt paved the way for his own drug bust.

During the attempted kidnapping investigation, police uncovered nearly $100,000 worth of drugs Brown and Puckett were trafficking in Murray. Puckett was not with Brown during the attempted abduction, but police caught up with him shortly after the drugs were found.

Rollins said the drugs, the attempted kidnapping and Naidas' disappearance likely were connected.

No arrests have been made in the attempted abduction, Rollins said. That case remains open.

Brown and Puckett were released from prison after their convictions for drug trafficking.

While still unsure of what happened to Naidas, Craig is pondering the possibility Naidas may have gone into hiding for fear of prosecution or, as Naidas' father believes, retaliation.

"He was never afraid to take his punishment," Ken Naidas said, "but he was the type of person who would go into hiding to protect his family."

The father said he truly believed his son was hiding and not dead.

With Brown and Puckett's recent releases from prison, Craig hopes people within Naidas' "inner circle" start to talk about events surrounding his disappearance.

Craig said he has no reason to believe Naidas fell victim to foul play.

Search dogs swept the Radcliff area shortly after his disappearance and cadaver dogs were brought into the city to search for a body.

Among the main reasons to believe Naidas still lives are numerous reports of sightings here and elsewhere from people who knew him well.

Craig would not release from what states those reports were made, but said the most recent one in 2006 was reported to him in January.

"I can rule anything out," Craig said. "And we won't. This case has a lot of twists and turns to it."

Naidas' son, Elijah, will be 3 in July. His former fiancee was married recently and is pregnant with twins, Naidas' father said.

Anyone with information about Naidas' disappearance is asked to call Radcliff police at (270) 351-4470.



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Posted 10 March 2008 - 04:07 PM

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Two Hardin Countians not seen for more than two years are labeled missing persons

By BOB WHITE
Thursday, January 17, 2008 8:33 PM CST

HARDIN COUNTY — A local radio personality who disappeared from Elizabethtown earlier this year is no longer considered missing, but the cases of two Hardin Countians missing for more than two years remain unsolved.

Police suspected early on that WAKY disc jockey Greg Laha might have vanished on purpose May 17 for personal reasons. Messages Laha later sent to family and friends backed up investigators’ suspicions.
“He sent some text messages to people here a few months ago and we believe he’s all right,” Elizabethtown police spokesman Virgil Willoughby said.

Police would not disclose Laha’s suspected whereabouts, but a Lexington friend of Laha’s told The News-Enterprise he’d been in contact with Laha numerous times since his May 17 disappearance.

While Laha’s case is closed, two additional missing-person investigations remain open and continue to stump police in the county’s north end more than two years after those involved first vanished.

VICKY DELAURIER

Vine Grove resident Vicky DeLaurier was last seen leaving her job at the Radcliff Sav-a-Lot store Dec. 17, 2005. She had left with thousands of dollars in cash and checks from the store to be deposited. The deposit was never made, police say. She has not been seen since.

Vine Grove Police Capt. Dale Riggs, who was police chief at the time the case opened, said DeLaurier’s car was found the next day parked on Ky. 313 near South Boundary Road.

The car was parked as though it had swung around from South Boundary Road, Riggs said. DeLaurier’s purse and makeup bag were found inside and investigators said in previous interviews that it appeared she may have left the vehicle in a hurry.

The vehicle’s hazard lights, running throughout the night, are thought to have drained the car’s battery.

“There were no obvious indicators of a struggle in the car,” Riggs said.

There are no leads in the case, he said.

Court records show DeLaurier filed a domestic violence complaint against her live-in boyfriend, Ray D. Hively Jr., a week before her disappearance. Hively allegedly threatened to kill DeLaurier. Police said Hively’s alibi checked out.

“He took a polygraph and that showed no deception,” Riggs said. “He was very forthcoming with any information.”

A year after her disappearance, DeLaurier’s son, Jason Mines, also took a polygraph test. Riggs said Mines also showed no evidence of deception during the test.

“We have nothing new,” Riggs said. “I continue to check in with her mother in West Virginia and I let her know that if I do hear anything, she’ll be the first to know.”

At the time of her disappearance, DeLaurier was married to Steven Ray DeLaurier, but Riggs said he was outside Hardin County when his wife disappeared. As with her boyfriend, court records show DeLaurier had filed a domestic violence complaint against her husband a year before n claiming he’d threatened her after she told him she wanted a divorce.

“He told me that me and whoever I was with are living on borrowed time,” her complaint to the courts stated.

Steven DeLaurier remarried five months after Vicky DeLaurier’s disappearance. Riggs said he never was considered a suspect.

Radcliff police also have a file on Vicky DeLaurier’s case. Police there charged her with theft after her disappearance, since the bank deposit for Sav-a-Lot was never made.

DeLaurier now would be 47 years old. At the time of her disappearance, she was 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighed approximately 170 pounds. She had blonde hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information about DeLaurier’s disappearance should contact Vine Grove police at 877-2262. Anonymous tips also can be phoned in to Hardin County CrimeStoppers at (800) 597-8123.

KENNY M. NAIDAS JR.

Six months before Vicky DeLaurier went missing, 23-year-old Kenny M. Naidas Jr.’s locked SUV was found in the parking lot of a Dollar General Store on South Dixie Boulevard in Radcliff.

He’d last spoken to his fiancé while running afternoon errands May 18, 2005. Naidas’ family described him as a man with close family ties. His disappearance was a mystery to them as was what led his SUV to be abandoned.

While relatives described Naidas as a family man, investigators say he also was tied to a troublesome crowd.

Busted for a conspiracy to traffic 57 pounds of marijuana and a small amount of cocaine, Naidas’ friends, Victor Brown and Jeffrey Puckett, were jailed within days of Naidas’ disappearance.

“We know he had some involvement in that,” Radcliff Detective Ralph Craig said.

Speculation as to what may have happened to Naidas is compounded by other events relating to the marijuana deal.

A phone call from Brown to police in Murray ultimately led to the drug charges.

Murray Police Capt. Eddie Rollins said police there received a call from Brown who reported that several people had attempted to kidnap him.

Brown’s report led to his arrest on the drug charges, Rollins said. Puckett later was tied to the case.

Rollins said he believes the botched drug deal, worth more than $100,000 by police estimates, is tied to Brown’s attempted kidnapping and to Naidas’ disappearance.

The alleged kidnappers, however, were not the buyers in the drug deal, Craig said.

“Other than that being where Brown went to school, there’s no tie to Murray,” he said.

The drug deal has police thinking Naidas may be hiding from prosecution, drug dealers or may be dead. But without a body, and with reports of Naidas being sighted both in and outside Kentucky, Craig said he could not rule out that Naidas is alive.

One such sighting came from sources in Fort Stewart, Ga., but Craig said none of the reported sightings could be confirmed.

“There are others around here who know something about this,” Craig said. “They need not fear us.”

Up to this point, those who have information relating to Naidas’ disappearance have given police nothing more than rumor, Craig said. Police have no new information to go on.

In May, Craig released the information about Naidas’ alleged drug involvement in hopes it would get people talking about the disappearance again. Unfortunately, nothing new came about, Craig said.

Naidas now would be 25.

Naidas is described as 5 feet, 9 inches tall and weighed 180 pounds in 2005. He has olive-toned skin and dark hair. A tattoo of the seal of Guam is on his left shoulder blade and the words “Chamorro style” are tattooed between his shoulders.

Anyone with information about Naidas’ disappearance may contact Radcliff police at 351-4470. Anonymous tips also can be phoned in to Hardin County CrimeStoppers at (800) 597-8123. CrimeStoppers pays cash rewards for information leading to arrests and convictions.

Bob White can be reached at 505-1750 or

bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com.

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Skeletal remains could belong missing woman
Medical Examiner to ID remains found in woods


GRAYSON COUNTY – Skeletal remains found late Wednesday in a remote gully near Tar Hill have state and local investigators hopeful one of several area missing person cases could soon come to a close.

According to Kentucky State Police Post 4 Sgt. Jeremy Thompson, a mushroom-gathering hiker found a human skull Wednesday evening in a thicket past the end of Coy Drane Road.

Pavement for the road leads to gravel, then dirt before ending near a tributary to Rough River.

Confirming the mushroom hunter’s morbid find and getting to the scene just before dark Wednesday, Thompson said police were posted to guard the scene through daybreak Thursday morning. That's when a thorough search of the scene with forensic pathologist Dr. Emily Craig of the State Medical Examiner’s Office could begin.

Under daylight, Thompson said investigators scouring the rough ground found parts of the skeleton and clothing scattered by time, watershed and weather about a two-acre area now cordoned off by caution tape.

Evidence at the site was still being gathered by investigators Thursday afternoon.

What exactly investigators are dealing with is left unknown, but some people in the vicinity have begun to speculate, according to Thompson.

While mentioning to reporters the 2005 disappearance of Radcliff resident Kenny Naidas and the 2001 disappearance of Big Clifty resident Edna “Rea” Miller, Thompson said Kentucky State Police would rely on Craig to positively identify the gender, age and race of the skeleton rather than draw conclusions from circumstances.

Hardin County Sheriff Charlie Williams and his detectives, John Meadors and Tim Marcum, joined KSP, Grayson County Coroner Joe Brad Hudson, Hardin Chief Deputy Coroner Kenneth “Spanky” Spangenberger and Craig in recovery of the remains.

Meadors and Marcum lead the investigation into Miller’s disappearance.

Meadors told The News-Enterprise in a 2006 interview that a suspect in Miller’s disappearance had been identified by his department.

Lack of a body, however, has been a key element missing from any criminal case against the suspect.

Williams said it’s still too soon to connect the skeletal remains to Miller or any crime, even though preliminary findings might support such a conclusion.

While law enforcement authorities hesitate to identify the bones as those of Miller, Spangenberger said he’s confident the remains found are those of an elderly woman. He also said the bones obviously had been outside for a long time.

“This has created a lot of excitement around here,” Spangenburger said, alluding to a potential close to Miller's case. “We’ve been working this case for years.”

Personnel from state and local agencies now await information from Craig to continue their investigation.

KSP detective Matt Johnson said forensics could provide investigators all information needed, or just bits.

“It could show the cause of death, gender or biographical information like her age,” Johnson said.

It is unclear how long it will take before forensics can produce the information investigators need.

It could take weeks, months or even up to a year, depending on who is answering the question.

Craig could not be reached for comment as police prohibited access to the scene.

According to Thompson, the area around Coy Drane Road was searched for clues after Miller’s disappearance in 2001. Numerous searches were conducted throughout the area, according to both Marcum and Meadors.

Bob White can be reached at (270) 505-1750.

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Posted 26 April 2009 - 05:35 PM

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Sheriff ties faith to discovery
Prayer noted as factor to new find in old case


By BOB WHITE
4/25/09

HARDIN COUNTY - With several missing persons cases in the greater Hardin County area, the find of remains Wednesday night has, in the words of a Chief Deputy Coroner, "brought excitement" to the area.

Hopes of providing closure for the family of missing 81-year-old Edna 'Rea'Miller and bringing a close to an aging case has lawmen anxious for results.

The find also has one official thanking more than just a mushroom hunter for the discovery.

When asked at the end of an interview if there was anything important to add, Hardin County Sheriff Charlie Williams didn't hesitate to mention the prayers said since Miller vanished.

"The family has prayed over this for eight years," Williams said. "I prayed yesterday when I left the scene for the strength and knowledge we needed."

Williams also said his lead detective had prayed to bring closure to the case and an end for a family left wondering for so long.

"Down there yesterday, you could see all the dogwoods in bloom," Williams said. "There was a little dogwood right down by where we found her. But it hadn't bloomed."

The sheriff didn't say point-blank that divine intervention had occurred, but he implied that other forces were at work in the case Miller's disappearance.

For some reason the dogwood at the remains hadn't bloomed.

A lot of prayer had been done and Williams noted that as something that needed mentioning in any story.

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Posted 09 August 2009 - 10:34 AM

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