Nefertiri Trader, 33, of New Castle, Delaware was last seen on Monday, June 30th outside her home.
Eye witness and neighbor Joe Robinson told New Castle police that he saw Trader being forced from her home around 4:00 a.m.
Robinson said that he heard a loud shriek prompting him to look out of his window, where he claims to have witnessed Trader being carried from her home and forced into her silver 2000 Acura RL. New Castle police have not confirmed whether or not Trader was driving the car when she left the Saddlebrook neighborhood. The vehicle has a Delaware license plate number 404893.
Trader is 5’6” with brown hair and brown eyes. She lives with her three children and cousin who saw her just hours before she disappeared.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Nefertiri Trader, call the Delaware Crime Stoppers at 800-TIP-3333 or send tips to www.nccpd.com.
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Nefertiri Trader, 33, of New Castle, Delaware was last seen on Monday, June 30th outside her home.

Eye witness and neighbor Joe Robinson told New Castle police that he saw Trader being forced from her home around 4:00 a.m.

Robinson said that he heard a loud shriek prompting him to look out of his window, where he claims to have witnessed Trader being carried from her home and forced into her silver 2000 Acura RL. New Castle police have not confirmed whether or not Trader was driving the car when she left the Saddlebrook neighborhood. The vehicle has a Delaware license plate number 404893.

Trader is 5’6” with brown hair and brown eyes. She lives with her three children and cousin who saw her just hours before she disappeared.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Nefertiri Trader, call the Delaware Crime Stoppers at 800-TIP-3333 or send tips to www.nccpd.com.

Share to get the word out. MORE INFO: http://datl.in/1qxfoUy


A Reporter’s Notebook: Family Business 
It really is no wonder that the story of Cain and Abel is placed so close to the start of the Bible’s take on the history of mankind. Or that a story about a stolen birthright is used as the plot point on which the history of a people turns. Family troubles, with their building blocks of jealousy, resentment and intrigues, have been with us forever.
And this story is about all of that.





Even the principals involved, Peter and Paul, have biblical names. And what happened - to them and by them - in the heart of California’s great agricultural valley could be a tale straight from the Old Testament.
It was producer Vince Sturla who told me about it…asked me if I’d read Steinbeck’s East of Eden. And, sure enough, we discovered, it’s something like that classic novel, too - even shares the same grand stage.
There were victims, of course. The trusted farm manager, Roberto (Think Joseph, whose services were so useful to the Pharaoh) was killed, his family left to struggle without him.
And there are the Moores, the generations-long farming family, at the heart of the tragic tale.
We felt for both families. One, a widow and her children - short of money, but with a bumper crop of love for each other. And the other family, in possession of land of great value, but struggling to find peace with each other.

A Reporter’s Notebook: Family Business

It really is no wonder that the story of Cain and Abel is placed so close to the start of the Bible’s take on the history of mankind. Or that a story about a stolen birthright is used as the plot point on which the history of a people turns. Family troubles, with their building blocks of jealousy, resentment and intrigues, have been with us forever.

And this story is about all of that.

Even the principals involved, Peter and Paul, have biblical names. And what happened - to them and by them - in the heart of California’s great agricultural valley could be a tale straight from the Old Testament.

It was producer Vince Sturla who told me about it…asked me if I’d read Steinbeck’s East of Eden. And, sure enough, we discovered, it’s something like that classic novel, too - even shares the same grand stage.

There were victims, of course. The trusted farm manager, Roberto (Think Joseph, whose services were so useful to the Pharaoh) was killed, his family left to struggle without him.

And there are the Moores, the generations-long farming family, at the heart of the tragic tale.

We felt for both families. One, a widow and her children - short of money, but with a bumper crop of love for each other. And the other family, in possession of land of great value, but struggling to find peace with each other.

Two families, torn apart by money and good. On Friday, Keith Morrison tells their story.

Friday, 8/7c.

On March 27th, 26-year-old Iraq veteran Chase Massner disappeared.
Massner served a year in Iraq before returning home three years ago. According to his wife Amanda, he struggled after his discharge.





"Since he got back, he’s had ups and downs with struggling with his mental stability," his wife told local NBC affiliate 11 Alive.
Massner was last seen at his friend’s house on Farmbrook Lane in Kennesaw, GA, wearing a red sweatshirt and khaki pants. He is 6’2” and weighs about 175 pounds. He has several identifying tattoos, including ones on his arm of a treasure chest, an angel and his last name, and two roses on his right pectoral muscle.
"No matter what it is that he is going through right now, his family loves him," Amanda told 11 Alive. "We are here for him and we just want peace of mind that he is okay and that he is safe and we want to help him and we went to be with him and we want to get through this together."
If you have seen him, or have information on his whereabouts, please contact the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office at (678) 493-4200.
 You can also find this story on our site: http://datl.in/1rmgWhc

On March 27th, 26-year-old Iraq veteran Chase Massner disappeared.

Massner served a year in Iraq before returning home three years ago. According to his wife Amanda, he struggled after his discharge.

"Since he got back, he’s had ups and downs with struggling with his mental stability," his wife told local NBC affiliate 11 Alive.

Massner was last seen at his friend’s house on Farmbrook Lane in Kennesaw, GA, wearing a red sweatshirt and khaki pants. He is 6’2” and weighs about 175 pounds. He has several identifying tattoos, including ones on his arm of a treasure chest, an angel and his last name, and two roses on his right pectoral muscle.

"No matter what it is that he is going through right now, his family loves him," Amanda told 11 Alive. "We are here for him and we just want peace of mind that he is okay and that he is safe and we want to help him and we went to be with him and we want to get through this together."

If you have seen him, or have information on his whereabouts, please contact the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office at (678) 493-4200.

You can also find this story on our site: http://datl.in/1rmgWhc