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  1. Searching for missing man. Jerome Barry Lowenstein, 66, 5'08",146lbs, brown hair...

    Searching for missing man. Jerome Barry Lowenstein, 66, 5'08",146lbs, brown hair & eyes. Clothing unknown. Last seen in Catonsville. NFI ^RM
    2014-11-23T04:04:21+00:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/posts/891422390867893
  2. The Baltimore County Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in loc...

    The Baltimore County Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a 26-year-old man missing from the Towson area.

    Antoine Deon Arrington is a black male, 5’11”, 178 pounds, with brown eyes and black braided hair. He has no fixed address and it is unknown what he might be wearing.

    The full release is available on our news blog: http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/iWatch/PoliceSearchingforManMissingSinceOctober23


    2014-11-21T18:15:14+00:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/photos/a.597717780238357.1073741828.583947594948709/890636967613102/?type=1
  3. One person taken to an area hospital for evaluation after report of a person wit...

    One person taken to an area hospital for evaluation after report of a person with a gun at CCBC Essex. http://ow.ly/EG7OQ ^JW
    2014-11-21T17:50:11+00:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/posts/890626847614114
  4. #BCoPD has confirmed that there was no shooter and no gun at CCBC Essex. Police...

    #BCoPD has confirmed that there was no shooter and no gun at CCBC Essex. Police are speaking with the complainant now.^JW
    2014-11-21T17:06:45+00:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/posts/890610920949040

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UPDATE (November 18 5:43 p.m.):

A federal criminal complaint has been filed against Victor Arroyo in the Federal District Court for the State of Maryland. The complaint charges him with transportation of a minor.

UPDATE (November 17 5:11 p.m.):

Police in North Carolina have charged 22-year-old Victor Arroyo of Raleigh in connection to the Jasmine Baker case.

Baltimore County Detectives have also obtained an arrest warrant for Victor Arroyo charging him with kidnapping in connection with what happened in Baltimore County in this case. He has not been served with the arrest warrant yet.

UPDATE: November 15, 10 a.m.

Jasmine Leighlin Baker was returned to Maryland this morning by FBI agents. She will be interviewed by BCoPD's Crimes Against Children Unit as part of this ongoing investigation, after which she will be returned to the care and custody of her family.

The suspect, a North Carolina man whose identity has not yet been released, is held in North Carolina by federal law enforcement agents, who continue to question him. Charges are pending.

"It took dedication and skill on the part of our detectives and our partners at the FBI's Baltimore office to find this young girl. I am proud of the work they have done on this case," Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson said.

Original post:

Jasmine Leighlin Baker, the 12-year-old White Marsh girl who disappeared Tuesday morning after she left for school, was located by federal officers in North Carolina this evening.

FBI agents, who have been assisting BCoPD with this case, found Jasmine at about 10:30 p.m. in a residence in the Raleigh area. She appears unharmed and is in North Carolina, in the care of our federal law enforcement partners. She has been taken to a hospital for a medical examination.

Jasmine was in the company of a North Carolina man, believed by police to be in his 30s. This man is being questioned by federal agents.

Detectives continue to investigate how Jasmine met this man and the nature of their interactions over the past few days. Jasmine has not yet been interviewed.

Digital forensics -- specifically, the clues provided by Jasmine's activity on her iPod and Xbox -- played a crucial role in detectives' ability to find her.

UPDATE (November 14, 12:15 p.m.)

BCoPD detectives, working with the FBI Baltimore Office and the Maryland State Police, continue to search for Jasmine Leighlin Baker, a 12-year-old White Marsh girl missing since Tuesday. They have investigated about 100 tips so far. Please continue to call police at 410-307-2020 with any information you believe may be relevant to this case.

UPDATE (November 13, 2:30 p.m.)

Detectives investigating the disappearance of Jasmine Leighlin Baker ask anyone who is a social media contact of the missing girl to contact police at 410-307-2020 as soon as possible; they believe her social media contacts may be helpful as they attempt to locate her.

Anyone with information about Jasmine should continue to call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020. The 12-year-old Perry Hall Middle student -- missing since 7:30 a.m. Tuesday --- has never been reported missing before.

Police are aware of reports of an unfamiliar blue pickup truck seen near Jasmine's home in the 4200 block of Soth Ave., 21236. Detectives are investigating these reports, as well as several reports of other unfamiliar vehicles in the area. Contrary to unconfirmed reports, detectives say they have no evidence that Jasmine has been abducted.

BCoPD detectives have confirmed that Jasmine has a history of communicating with men -- including men in other states -- using Xbox Live and an iPod Touch. However, police cannot confirm that she has had any such contact in the last few weeks. Detectives have not noted any social media activity by Jasmine Baker since she was reported missing.

Detectives say Jasmine engaged in texting and live chat through the Xbox, which she also used to play games. She is known to strike up conversations with people she meets while playing games, as well as with other people.

Jasmine used the social messenger app "Kik." That is the only social media platform that detectives have been able to confirm Jasmine used, though they believe there are others.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has conducted a review of Jasmine's social media profile to see if she had additional social media user names. The Center did not find any additional user names for Jasmine.

The FBI's Baltimore office is extending the publicity regarding this case to other states along the East Coast, particularly in the mid-Atlantic. Police do not have any indication that Jasmine has left Maryland; however, as a precaution detectives are broadening the reach of this search.

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Baltimore County Police, along with the Baltimore office of the FBI and the Maryland State Police Child Recovery Unit, continue an exhaustive search for Jasmine Leighlin Baker, a 12-year-old White Marsh girl who has been missing since Tuesday morning.

BCoPD has received more than 50 tips and has followed up each one. None of these tips has led police to the missing girl, but detectives continue to pursue the most substantial leads. Anyone with information about Jasmine Baker should call police at 410-307-2020.

Police have conducted exhaustive searches, some with bloodhounds, in the area around Jasmine's home in the 4200 block of Soth Avenue, 21236; around the Perry Hall Middle school, which she attended and where she told her mother she was going when she left home around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday; around her father's home in Baltimore City; and around all the sites mentioned by tipsters. Police have checked all the hotels in the White Marsh area and have reviewed camera footage from area businesses.

The FBI and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children have assisted with publicity for this case; the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children will assist with analysis of the girl's social media activity.

BCoPD detectives have confirmed that Jasmine has a history of communicating with men -- including men in other states -- through the email, texting and certain apps using an Xbox and WiFi or an iPod Touch. However, police cannot confirm that she has had any such contact in the last few weeks. Detectives have not noted any social media activity by Jasmine Baker since she was reported missing.

This is the first time Jasmine has been reported missing. She left without taking a phone or charger and without extra clothing.

Jasmine Leighlin Baker is a white female, 5’5”, 175 pounds, blue eyes, and has long brown hair with blond and red streaks in it. She is believed to be wearing a brown jacket. Her photo is included with this post.

Previous news articles on this case are included here:

UPDATE (November 12 3:31 p.m.):

The FBI is now assisting the Baltimore County Police Department with this investigation.

Anyone with information on Jasmine Leighlin Baker is asked to call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020 or the Baltimore office of the FBI at 410-265-8080.

Original release (November 12 9:27 a.m.):

The Baltimore County Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing 12-year-old White Marsh girl.

Jasmine Leighlin Baker is a white female, 5’5”, 175 pounds, blue eyes, and has long brown hair with blond and red streaks in it. She is believed to be wearing a brown jacket.

Jasmine Leighlin Baker was last seen at 7:30 a.m. yesterday morning. At that time, she was leaving her home in the 4200 block of Soth Avenue 21236 to walk to Perry Hall Middle School where she is in sixth grade. When she did not return home in the afternoon, her mother called the school and was advised that Jasmine had been absent.

This incident is being investigated by the Baltimore County Police Crimes Against Children Unit. Detectives know that Jasmine is very active on social media sites.

Anyone with information on Jasmine Leighlin Baker is asked to call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020.

Photos of Jasmine Leighlin Baker

Photo of Jasmine Baker, missing 12 year old.

Photo of Jasmine Leighlin Baker, missing 12 year old.

The FBI Baltimore Violent Crime Task Force is now assisting BCoPD with the search for a suspect in Wednesday's non-fatal stabbing in Lansdowne and his girlfriend. This is a copy of the FBI's release, issued late this afternoon:

 Lansdowne, MD  The FBI Baltimore Violent Crime Task Force and Baltimore County Police Department are asking for the public’s help in finding a man wanted for stabbing another man, and the disappearance of his girlfriend in the Lansdowne community in Baltimore County, MD on August 28. The United States Attorney’s Office in Maryland has issued a warrant for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution for Rony Leonel Deleon, who is charged in Baltimore County with first and second degree assault and use of a dangerous weapon with intent to injure.  

Investigators say they found a man who had been stabbed outside an apartment in the 3000 block of Bero Road. The victim told police that Deleon had stabbed him and then ran into an apartment Deleon shared with a woman named Damaris Noemi Chavez-Calderon. Chavez-Calderon has not been seen since, and detectives are concerned for her safety. The victim was treated for his injuries and is expected to recover.  

Chavez-Calderon is 24-years-old, Hispanic, about 5’5” and 140 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes.  

 Investigators believe Deleon is no longer in the Baltimore area and likely fled the state. If you have any information about Deleon or Chavez-Calderon you are asked to call the FBI Baltimore Division at 410-265-8080, or the Baltimore County Police Department at 410-887-2222. You could receive a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of Deleon.

 The Baltimore FBI Violent Crimes Task Force is made up of FBI Agents, Baltimore City Police Detectives, Baltimore County Police Detectives and Anne Arundel County Police Detectives. They investigate significant violent crimes, including kidnappings, robberies of commercial institutions, armored car and bank robberies, extortions and fugitive felons.

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