Police Seek Assistance in Unsolved Murders in Orlando, Florida

According to the Orlando Police Department’s Website these murders listed are unsolved and need your help to give closure to the victims families.

Lana Stansbury of Orlando, Florida was found on February 13, 2004 inside of an apartment at the One Thousand Oaks Condominiums murdered. No other information regarding Stansbury’s death has been released due to the fact that no suspects or motives are known at this time. Police are urging anyone with any information regarding the death of Lana Stansbury to please contact the Orlando Police Department at 407-246-2470 or Crime Line at 407-423-8477. You can take a look at Lana Stansbury’s photo HERE.

Theodore Simmons was shot and killed during a confrontation after he and a promoter named Sista Dee had gotten into an argument while watching a rapping duel at the Rose Garden Restaurant located at 4459 North Pine Hills Road in Orlando, Florida on August 20, 1995. Police have no other information regarding the shooting and have not arrested any suspects as to date. Police are urging anyone that was at the Rose Garden Restaurant or who has knowledge of the incident to please come forward and contact the Orlando Police Department at 407-246-2470. You can take a look at Theodore Simmons’ photo HERE.

Cassandra Wright had been driving at the intersection of Colonial Drive and John young Parkway in Orlando on June 26, 2003, when the light changed to red. Wright stopped and had been waiting to resume driving when Wright was killed in the process. Authorities state that a shooting had occurred at the gas station at the intersection where Wright had to stop, however no other details were given and no suspects or motives have been found since her death. If you have any information regarding the death of Wright or the incident that happened at the gas station that night, please call the Orlando Police Department at 407-246-2470. You can take a look at Cassandra Wright’s photo HERE.

See also  Serial Killer Pleads Guilty to Five More in Missouri

Allen Bookman was shot and killed while celebrating New Years on 2006 at the 900 West Anderson Street in Orlando. According to police, Bookman was standing around a group of people at 12:15 a.m. who had been firing guns. During that time, Bookman was shot and killed. No suspects or motives in Bookman’s death has been made as of today. If you or anyone you know was at this party and knows anything about the murder that occurred please contact the Orlando Police Department at 407-246-2470. You can take a look at Allen Bookman’s photo HERE.

Jennifer Kesse has been missing from Orlando, Florida since January 23, 2006. Her last known residence is located at the Mosaic Condos at 3735 Conroy Road. Employees informed police that Kesse had not shown up for work on January 24th and her black, 2004 Chevy Malibu license plate number “H90KYC” was found at the Huntington Green Condos located between Texas Avenue and Conroy Road on January 26th. Kesse has not been heard from by anyone since then, police have no suspects or motives in her disappearance. If you know anything about Jennifer Kesse disappearance or happen to know where she is, please contact the Orlando Police Department at 407-246-2470. You can take a look at Jennifer Kesse’s photo HERE.

Xavier Stinson was shot and killed in the parking lot of the Citgo gas station located at 4751 Raleigh Street in Orlando, Florida on January 19, 2006 at around 8:20. Police have no leads, suspects or motives in the death of Stinson to this day. They are urging anyone to come forward that might have been at the Citgo gas station or around the area that night to please come forward. Contact the Orlando Police Department at 407-246-2470 if you have any information. You can see Xavier Stinson’s photo HERE.

See also  A History of Sodomy in America

Please take the time to look at each picture I have posted on this article today. The people missing or that have been murdered are not the only one’s that are suffering from these tragic losses. Family members and friends need closure and some peace of mind. Just one glance of any of the victims above could bring that closure that is so desperately needed to one of the families of the victims above.

SOURCE – Orlando Police Department Website – Unsolved/Cold Cases and Missing/Endangered Adults