Wyoming Has 5 Intriguing Old Missing Person & Homicide Cases
Nothing stirs the mind quite like a mystery.
Ask any detective or law enforcement officer faced with few clues in a murder or the loss of time in a missing persons case, especially if the missing is a kid.
These men and women have dedicated their lives to protect and serve. Be assured the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigations will work with local agencies all over Wyoming to help close out cases.
Sometimes the best efforts of the best trained minds get stumped. Evidence is what these officers of the law need to arrest the guilty party or parties. Law Enforcement Officials depend on the public for assistance.
We've come up with a few cases that take your mind on that 'trip' of what happened to these people? If you have information you're encouraged to contact your local law enforcement office or WDCI.
Shannon Nicole McIntyre McClure went missing June 15th, 2013. She was the mother of a 14 month old son at the time. She was last seen in Sheridan, Wyoming. If you have any information on this case contact the Campbell County Sheriff's Office at (307) 682-7271 or the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation at (307) 777-7181.
Moises Gonzales, was a Mexican National found dead in the small camp trailer in which he resided.
Gonzales was 39 years of age on the evening of August 30th, 2004, when it was discovered he had been shot.
Gonzales was holding down two jobs at the time of his death.
If you have information on this case, please contact Russ Petek or Tim Robinson with the Rock Springs Police Department at 307.352.1588. All information is given under an anonymous basis.
Clifford Haux went missing on November 28, 2003 in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County Wyoming but has not been seen since.
At the time of his dissaperance,Haux was approximately 6'1" tall, 185 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black leather jacket, ball cap, and glasses. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office at (307) 922-8296 or the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigations at (307) 777-7181.
The next victim is classified as a Jane Doe. The death is being called suspicious circumstances.
Jane Doe was found in a wooded area near Fox Park, Albany County, Wyoming. There were a couple of rings found with the remains.
Here's a description of the rings:
. One ring had two clear tear drop inserts. The second ring was a silver band with the initials "MSS" engraved on it.
The final case comes from Sweetwater County too,
May 8th,1999 Davida Peterson was working at the V-1 Convenience store when an unknown suspect or suspects entered during an apparent robbery and shot the forty-year old clerk.
This shooting took place on the Saturday before Mother's Day. Peterson survived for one week short of a year and died on April 29th, 2000 as a result of a gunshot wound to the head.
Similar robberies were committed in Utah and Idaho around the same time between March of 1999 and July of 1999.
Suspects in the Utah and Idaho were believed to be driving an an early ‘70’s model, two-toned Chevrolet pickup truck.
Information has been received that one of the Utah suspects had ties to Rock Springs and was known to frequent the area during the same time period as the V-1 Robbery.
If you have information you're urged to contact the Rock Springs Police Department at 307.352.1588.