In honor of Houston’s Missing Persons Day on Feb 3rd, the month-long billboard campaign will broadcast Ali’s photo, as last seen, on digital billboards throughout Texas over 1,200 times per day. Ali’s case is the first of an ongoing media campaign that will feature a different missing person from the area and across the state. The goal of the campaign is to generate leads in these missing persons cases.
Danielle Sleeper was 33 years old in 2015. She is 5’7” with hazel eyes and brown hair. If you have any information about Danielle please contact the Montgomery County Crime Stoppers at (800) 392-7867. There is a $21,000 reward from Crime Stoppers for information of the whereabouts of Danielle
Kyle was last seen on March 4, 2015. He left home with his roommate and two male friends to go on a fishing trip to Lake Livingston, which was over 100 miles away from his home, and was last seen leaving the lake to go back home to his residence in Katy, Texas. Rugg left his own vehicle, a 2003 Silver Hyundai Elantra with the Texas license plate number CD4 Z207, behind at home when he left on the fishing trip. When his roommate returned home from the same trip, however, Kyle's vehicle was missing. He didn't have a bank account or any credit cards at the time of his disappearance, and his cellular phone has gone dead.
It's uncharacteristic of Kyle to leave without warning. His family stated he worked construction jobs, had plans to attend welding school and wanted to become self-sufficient. Foul play is suspected in his disappearance, which remains unsolved.
If you have information about Kyle please report it to:
Ryan Esparza / Pasadena TX.
After Ryan Jacob Esparza disappeared on what seemed like a typical Thursday, on June 14, 2007, his mother assumed he had stayed at his girlfriend's home. When he didn't show up the next morning, she panicked and reported him missing.
Esparza, who works in accounts receivable for Briggs Equipment, called the jail and "every hospital from Fort Bend to the Louisiana border."
Pasadena police Detective Chris MacGregor said two persons of interest did not pan out. One police theory is that Ryan stole some drugs, and the person he took them from sought revenge. But no one found evidence.
"We looked at every kind of direction, but it always came back to drugs and these two acquaintances who said he took them," his mother said.
Maria Jimenez-Rodriguez/Houston TX. Missing 6/21/18
If you know anything about the disappearance of Maria Jimenez-Rodriguez, please call Houston police at 713-308-3600.
Jimenez-Rodriguez was last seen Thursday morning around 8 a.m., when she left home for the law firm where she works as a paralegal. She dropped her 3-year-old daughter off at her next-door neighbor's house in the 6900 block of Texarkana, then came home to get her gym bag and purse.
Her brother watched as she left the house to drive to the office. But a short time later, Jimenez-Rodriguez apparently texted a co-worker saying she'd be late.
That didn't raise any red flags at first, according to the missing woman's sister, Gloria Jimenez.
A little bit later, the coworker received a text saying that Jimenez-Rodriguez was headed back to her neighbor's to pick up her daughter, who wasn't feeling well.
Today, Paltauf's family continues to investigate her disappearance, which is how Schultz ended up with her sister's phone records and noticed a handful of "unexplainable charges" that could "only be roaming charges" from the night of Paltauf's disappearance.