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Top Ten Cities for arresting Americans


The top 10 cities where Americans were arrested and the number taken into custody:
1. Tijuana: 520
2. Guadalajara: 416
3. Nuevo Laredo: 359
4. London: 274
5. Mexico City: 208
6. Toronto: 183
7. Nassau, Bahamas: 108
8. Mérida, Mexico: 99
9. Nogales, Mexico: 96
10. Hong Kong: 90

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Wednesday, March 12

Investigators believe Jaleeza Lobdell, 14-year-old died of a drug overdose

Jaleeza Lobdell had a history of drug abuse. An autopsy revealed cocaine. Investigators believe the 14-year-old died of a drug overdose.
Lobdell's mother told police she'd gone out with her cousin and two men. The cousin was dropped off in Federal Way, but Jaleeza never showed up. Orchard workers found her charred remains a few months later. Detectives just identified the body using DNA from her mother, and now want to know who drove the teen's body so far away from where she was from to try to hide it.

8 comments:

DARA 22 March 2008 at 01:19  

SOMEONE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR TAKING OUR JALEEZA. SHE WAS MERELY A CHILD. SHE WASNT OLD ENOUGH TO BUY CIGARETTES LET ALONE DRUGS. WHO GAVE HER DRUGS???? WHAT SICK PERSON WENT AND TOOK OUR BEAUTIFUL GIRL, BOUGHT GASOLINE AND BURNT OUR LIL GIRL BEYOND RECOGNITION. THIS WASNT A THROW GAS ON AND LIGHT THE MATCH, OUR GIRL HAD TO BE SATURATED WITH GAS TO BURN EVEN ON THE GROUND SIDE WHERE SHE WAS THROWN. THIS SOUNDS LIKE THEY HAVE DONE THIS BEFORE. WHAT ABOUT THE LIL GIRL BURNT IN BREMERTON RECENTLY. DID THEY DO THAT TOO? THIS IS A COVER UP. A NORMAL PERSON WOULD CALL 911 OR DROP HER AT A HOSPITAL IF THEY WERENT GUILTY AND HIDING SOMETHING. WHAT DID SHE DO TO DESERVE THIS?
REMEMBER, SHE ISNT JUST A TEEN THAT DID DRUGS BEFORE. JALEEZA ANN LOBDELL IS A DAUGHTER, SISTER, NEICE, COUSIN, GRANDDAUGHTER, FRIEND AND A BEAUTIFUL CHEERFUL HAPPY GIRL.
PLEASE FIND WHO DID THIS TO HER. WE PRAY THAT GOD REVEALS THE TRUTH AND THAT THOSE RESPONSIBLE PAY. WE HAVE HAD A HARD TIME WITH THE WAY THE CASE WAS HANDLED. SHE WAS CLASSIFIED BY POLICE AS A "RUNAWAY" WELL THAT WAS 6 MONTHS AGO. ISNT IT THAT AFTER 30 DAYS THEY ARE CONSIDERED AS MISSING??? NO ONE EVEN INTERVIEWED THE "COUSIN" THAT WAS THE ONE THAT GAVE THE STORY, UNTIL AFTER OUR LIL GIRL WAS FOUND DEAD. AND THE POLICE DIDNT CONTACT HER. SHE ONLY SPOKE TO THE DETECTIVES FROM JALEEZA'S HOME THIS PAST WEEK AFTER WE WERE TOLD JALEEZA WAS DEAD. THE BALL WAS DROPPED. PLEASE FIND HER KILLER.
WE MISS HER SO MUCH. WE JUST DO NOT WANT THESE PEOPLE TO HURT ANY OTHER LITTLE GIRLS. IMAGINE HOW YOUNG 14YRS OLD IS. AS A MEDICAL PROFFESSIONAL I KNOW THAT A PERSON AT 14YRS OLD DOESNT HAVE THE CAPABILIES OF WISE DECISION MAKING, THEY ARE VULNERABLE.
PLEASE HELP...

ani 24 March 2008 at 05:53  

My prayers and thoughts are with your family. I too have a 14 year old daughter that just so happens to be one of Jaleeza's friend. It touched my heart in so many ways when i heard about what happened to Jaleeza. How could anyone try to hide the fact that what they did was wrong then try to burn a precious child like trash!! I am also furious with the police for one reason "Runaways" are people too. If a child is a runaway, shouldn't the police still be searching for that child? Remember Zina, the young teenager who was "missing" for the tacoma hill top area? The Tacoma Police had the parents asking for help on t.v. newspaper was asking for help, the neighbors and the whole community was involved with this awful situation. But I did not hear anything about Jaleeza on t.v. not one time until her death. I am so sorry for Jaleeza's case being treated like some "Jane Doe" off the streets. Like I said before, my daughter hangs around Jaleeza's cousin, and I can't even imagine anything like this happening to my child. I didn't know Jaleeza personally, but i still feel like she is my daughter! She was a very beautiful young lady that had a future that someone took away. I pray that they find whoever is responsible for Jaleeza's death.
Your family is in my prayer

Cousin 7 April 2008 at 09:04  

Who killed my cousin Jaleeza Lobdell? Why isn't anything being done about her death? Does anyone care? She was a bright smiling young girl who loved life. She made a mistake that cost her, her life. What will happen from here on out? Will the guy's who did this to her be caught? Will they be punished? Will they keep disposing of bodies and getting away with it? How could they do such a thing to my cousin? Don't they know they were taking a loved one away for ever? I'm sad and frusterated that nothing has came about this whole mess. I pray that who ever did this will be caught and sent to prision for many years to rott.

Cousin 7 April 2008 at 09:18  

What will be done now? Will they find my cousins killers? Will they rot in prison? Will they be found and prosecuted? Will anything ever be done? Will my cousin be forgotten by the justice that we are all meant to have had and deserve? Why is it taking so long? What is really going on? How long does a case like this take to be solved? A child makes a mistake and dies? She gets burned and thrown away? Ask yourself "What if this were your child"? What would be done? I'm frustrated and saddened about my little young cousin Jaleeza's death and believe more should be done.

vicki 14 April 2008 at 01:49  

someone is responisble for jaleezaa death. iam her mother and
i beleive in my heart that she was forced to do what was told. and i
will make sure who ever took my
little girl away will no matter
what it takes. they have no right
to hurt no one. my daughter was only14 years old. she will never see her future on earth, or what
she maybe whanted to do with her
life, and have her own family if
her own. but i will make sure that
justice is brought to . and i dont
care what it takes she is and will
be my little girl. love always your mom and dad
and tamera and all of everybody thatloves you momma will handle this no matter what my little angle.
you will have justice, love momma
kimberly
and your dad joseph

investigating 16 April 2008 at 15:17  

Has anyone talked to her cousin? How about the guys she was with? The police know who these men are but aren't "actively" looking for them. In other words, if they get pulled over for a traffic stop and the officer or deputy recognizes him as the men that they want to question in jaleeza's death, that's the only time they'll talk to them. Or if the men turn themselves in. Yakima doesn't have the resources to go looking on the west side and until they can prove she died elsewhere, it's their case. The problem is that she's from Tacoma, possibly died in Pierce County, and was dumped and burned in Yakima and so no police or sheriff's office wants to claim the case as their own. Especially since their work may not result in any serious charges, because if she did die of an overdose then there was no murder, and law enforcement may only be able to charge these guys with concealing a body, a gross misdemeanor.

If there is someone out there, her parents, friends, the cousin she was with the day she disappeared, who could talk to me about this I think I can help. I'm a reporter trying to follow up on this story so we can all find out what really happened to Jaleeza.

Rod Antone
Yakima Herald-Republic
509 577 7628
509 969 1770

jazziemama 17 September 2008 at 19:19  

man my cousin jaleeza was a wonderful soul she love to smile and have a good time i miss her so much and it make me mad that no one has been brought to justice for this crime man she was a child and you are not doing anything to help her soul rest and it hurts me like hell to know in will never hug her are even her her laugh again whay are they not gettin off there asses and helping are family find some type of closer for are cousin it make me think about the ramesy case why anit they doin that for my cousin haven't she been throught enough and you just put her case on the back bunner like she doesn't even matter but she does matter and you are sending a message saying if this was a little white girl it would be all over the news and it would be a full investion for what happen but snice my cousin was a black you just say fuck it that is not right she need justic just like the rest so get off you asses and find the men that did this to my poor little cousin because i know she did overdose for a fact cause how do you overdose and set yourself on fire and get that badly burnt there is no way in hell and if u believe that you are stupid ass hell she was to smart for that shit my cousin was killed and that is all there is to to and you need to do your job Jaleeza I LOVE YOU SO MUCH AND I MISS YOU AND I AM SO SORRY THAT I WAS NOT THERE TO HELP YOU WHEN YOU NEED ME THE MOST I AM SO SORRY TELL JOHN I SAID HI AND GRANDMA LILLIE

Lacey Lobdell 8 August 2014 at 01:41  

We love you little cousin.you were a smart girl. May the people involved, site of the pain you went through. Jaleeza wasn't on drugs! I love you cousin...Keep watching over our family..RIP

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