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  • You Ask. We Investigate. ® Missing Couple's Last Messages

    You Ask. We Investigate. ® Missing Couple's Last Messages

    If you know something that might help, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department wants to hear from you and you can remain anonymous. This is the phone number set up just to field tips and information about this case: (760) 393-3544. There is a reward $10,000 reward that was raised by the families with the help of the community. 

    If you know something that might help, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department wants to hear from you and you can remain anonymous. This is the phone number set up just to field tips and information about this case: (760) 393-3544. There is a reward $10,000 reward that was raised by the families with the help of the community. 

  • You Ask. We Investigate. Mothers of Missing Couple Demand Answers

    You Ask. We Investigate. Mothers of Missing Couple Demand Answers

    The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is now in charge of the investigation, they ask anyone who has any information to call the special tip line set up just for this case: (760) 393-3544.

  • Babara Sinatra's Legacy of Helping Children Lives On

    Babara Sinatra's Legacy of Helping Children Lives On

    There's a place in the valley that's a refuge for children who've suffered the unthinkable. 

    "Here is where children who have allegations of sexual abuse or physical abuse will see a Barbara Sinatra forensic examiner," says Denise Rodriguez Bowman, a forensic interviewer at the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center, as she points to a room where children are examined, that looks far from a medical office. It's brightly colored and decorated.

    There's a place in the valley that's a refuge for children who've suffered the unthinkable. 

    "Here is where children who have allegations of sexual abuse or physical abuse will see a Barbara Sinatra forensic examiner," says Denise Rodriguez Bowman, a forensic interviewer at the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center, as she points to a room where children are examined, that looks far from a medical office. It's brightly colored and decorated.

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