US News Air Force Captain Found 35 Years After Disappearing

15:55  11 june  2018
15:55  11 june  2018 Source:   newsweek.com

Parents of 13-year-old boy accused of killing Ana break down in tears

  Parents of 13-year-old boy accused of killing Ana break down in tears The devastated parents of a 13-year-old accused of the murder of Anastasia Kriegel broke down in tears as they left the courtroom following a short hearing. The boy was remanded further in custody, with gardaí instructing the court that they are awaiting formal directions from the Director of Public Prosecutions.A short in-camera hearing at Dublin Children's Court took place yesterday, following the initial charging of the boy last week.Garda Inspector Mark O'Neill told Judge Brendan Toale that it was "a complicated case" and requested that the teenager be remanded in continuing custody to appear again on June 25.

The Air Force Office of Special Investigations has said that a fugitive captain has been apprehended in California after being declared a deserter almost 35 years ago. Capt . William Howard Hughes, Jr. was apprehended at his home in California without incident and is now awaiting pre-trial confinement

A Kirtland Air Force Base officer with top security clearance who disappeared 35 years ago has been found in California. Hughes, a captain , was 33 years old and single when he vanished, according to news reports from the time of his disappearance .

  Air Force Captain Found 35 Years After Disappearing The Air Force Office of Special Investigations has said that a fugitive captain has been apprehended in California after being declared a deserter almost 35 years ago.

Capt. William Howard Hughes, Jr. was apprehended at his home in California without incident and is now awaiting pre-trial confinement, the OSI said.

According to a news release, Hughes admitted his identity during an interview with the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service as part of a passport fraud investigation. Hughes had been claiming to be an individual named Barry O’Beirne but admitted that he was actually named William Howard Hughes, Jr. and that he had deserted the air force, the OSI said.

Police bill of £7.5m after Salisbury poisoning

  Police bill of £7.5m after Salisbury poisoning The investigation into the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury is expected to cost Wiltshire Police £7.5m, the force area's police and crime commissioner has said. Angus Macpherson said he would be asking the Home Office to cover all costs incurred since 4 March.Former Russian spy Mr Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, were found unconscious from the effects of the military nerve agent Novichok on a bench in the cathedral city.They were both admitted to Salisbury District Hospital along with Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey. All three have since been discharged.

Dyczkowski's aircraft was number two in a flight of three and disappeared after pulling off the target. Remains found in Vietnam identified as Buffalo-area pilot. TONAWANDA, N.Y. - Air Force Captain Robert Dyczkowski will be given a place in Arlington National Cemetery on April 6, 35 years after his

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A high-ranking Kirtland Air Force Base officer with top security clearance who disappeared 35 years ago has been found in California. He was 33 years old and single when he vanished, according to news reports from the time of his disappearance .

Hughes was last seen the New Mexico area withdrawing $28,500 from 19 separate banks. In July 1983, Hughes had been assigned to temporary duty in the Netherlands to work with NATO officers “on the operations of Airborne Warning and Control electronic surveillance aircraft” but never resurfaced after leaving for Europe.

He had been scheduled to return to the Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico on August 1. He was officially declared a deserter by the Air Force on December 9 of that year.

According to the OSI, Hughes had "Top Secret / Single Scope Background Investigation clearance" at the time of his disappearance with access with U.S. Secret and NATO Secret information.

The Albuquerque Journal reported that in 1984, the Pentagon had said that though he had top secret clearance, he did not have clearance that could “compromise national security.” An OSI spokesperson told the newspaper that there was no indication Hughes had given away any classified information.

Checks with law enforcement around the U.S. and abroad, alongside interviews with those who knew Hughes, did not provide enough information for the Air Force to find him at the time.

Hughes has claimed that he was depressed about his time in the Air Force and so decided to leave. Hughes was single when he disappeared and said he had lived in California as O’Beirne since.

His family did not appear to know about his disappearance with the Albuquerque Journal reporting that his sisters said at the time that they thought he might have been abducted. The family have now been notified.

Three arrested after drunken passengers force Ryanair flight from Dublin to Ibiza to divert to Paris .
The budget airline re-iterated its call for a pre-10am booze ban at airports following the incidentUp to 20 holiday makers were involved in the unruly drink-fuelled disturbance, with three passengers removed and detained by French police when the plane arrived at Paris Beauvais yesterday.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!