We Remember … Upcoming Cold Case Anniversaries

We remember upcoming cold case anniversaries and birthdays the victims would have celebrated.
 

Mohama Baba Mohama Baba, 22
Reported Missing to
Council Bluffs PD
December 3, 2005
Would be celebrating 38th birthday Sept. 19
johnita-clemons-165px Johnita Clemons, 34
1801 Francis Ave.
Des Moines, IA
Killed Dec. 24, 2013
Would have celebrated 42nd birthday Sept. 19
Dan Hieber Daniel Hieber
58 YOA
823 Main St.
Mapleton, Iowa
Monona County
September 20, 2015
Maureen Farley Maureen (Brubaker) Farley
17 YOA
Cedar Rapids, IA
Linn County
September 21, 1971
Martavious Robinson gravestone Double Homicide
Martavious Robinson, 20

408 Thompson Ave.
Waterloo, IA
Black Hawk County
September 21, 2002
Calvin Rash clipping Double Homicide
Calvin M. Rash, 29

408 Thompson Ave.
Waterloo, IA
Black Hawk County
September 21, 2002
Matthew J. Rice
17 YOA
310th St. / Cass Ave.
Sloan, IA
Woodbury County
September 21, 2002
Charles Englehart gravestone Charles Englehart
70 YOA
700 blk of Main St.
Davenport, IA
Scott County
September 22, 1935
Sandra Vanderhoef Sandra Vanderhoef
Age at Report: 42
Reported Missing to:
Webster County SO
Endangered/physical
September 22, 1986
Dung Kim Truong Dung Kim Truong, 37
Washta Access
Washta, IA
Ida County
Case # 97-12883
September 22, 1997
Aaron Marr Aaron Marr
37 YOA
210 S. Second St.
Ames, IA
Story County
September 22, 2007
Frank Goff Frank Goff
36 YOA
612 SE Jackson
Des Moines, IA
Case # 1977-35047
September 23, 1977

Iowa cold case bill gets full Iowa Senate support

April 14, 2021 — DES MOINES, Iowa (KWWL) – In a 46-0 vote, Senate File 561 passed in hopes of creating a dedicated cold case unit with the Iowa Department of Public Safety.

“A similar unit existed for three years up until a decade ago, and some cold cases, as far back as 40 years, were solved,” said sponsor Senator Jeff Taylor, a Republican from Sioux County.

The bill will create a dedicated cold case unit under the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation. It would consist of two special agents to pursue past killings regardless of when they occurred.

The bill will increase the cost to the DPS by an estimated $298,600 in FY 2023 and $138,400 in FY 2024.

Cedar Valley Crime Stoppers wholeheartedly supports any effort to fund the investigation of these unsolved cases. With the continuous advancements that are being made in the world of science we believe these cases should be revisited periodically in an effort to give the victim and their families the justice they deserve.

Cedar Valley Crime Stoppers

Full Story at KWWL.com

 

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