This could include any child who may have run away, been taken involuntary, may be in need of assistance, or a child taken, detained, concealed, enticed away or retained by a parent or non-parent family member in violation of law. (See California Penal Code Sections 277-280).
There is NO waiting period for reporting a person missing. All California police and sheriffs' departments must accept any report, including a report by telephone, of a missing person, including runaways, without delay and will give priority to the handling of the report. If your child is missing, immediately contact your nearest law enforcement agency.
Talesha Falls - 16 years old - At Risk
Missing Date: 10/04/2022
Weight: 150-160 lbs
Talesha Falls has beed reported missing to the Hayward Police Department by her parents. She was last seen in Hayward on Tuesday, Oct. 4 and may have been seen in San Lorenzo near Village Baptist Church with a 15-year-old girl on the evening of Thursday, Oct. 6. Falls is considered at risk and may be the target of human traffickers.
Anyone with information on Falls’ whereabouts is asked to call the Hayward Police Department at (510) 293-7272.
On November 19, 1988, Michaela Joy Garecht was abducted while trying to retrieve her scooter from the parking lot of the Rainbow Market on Mission Boulevard in Hayward, California.
In December 2020, David Emery Misch was arrested for the murder of Michaela with a special circumstance of kidnapping through the match of evidence from the crime scene. Michaela has not been located.
Last seen wearing: black/brown leather coat, black boots, blue slacks, red, white, and blue pinstriped tunic, and a bluish-gold scarf.
Chris was last seen on January 18, 1971 in Hayward, California. The car that she was driving was found with the doors locked at a car wash. Articles from inside the car were found on the pavement outside the car. Foul-play is suspected.