Is it in the cards?
About 500 decks of playing cards featuring the face of a missing Orlando woman, Jennifer Kesse, 25, will be distributed to area jails in hopes of generating leads in the case, according to Local 6 News. She has been missing from Orlando since Jan. 24.
- Will it prove to be somewhat of a gamble or it could have a huge payout?
- Will they extend this to include missing children?
- Could these facilities display these same images on closed circuit television which could be easier to update and more cost effective long-term?
For an excellent article and 4 minute video with CBS Early Morning Show with Howard Smith about Jennifer Kesse’s Disappearance – Click Here
Note: Cold Case Playing Cards Help Solve Second Case; Riverview Man Arrested
The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday the arrest of Bryan Curry, 36, for the alleged murder of 34-year-old Ingrid Lugo on Dec. 13, 2004. Curry’s arrest comes as the second case to be solved as a result of the statewide Cold Case Playing Cards initiative. The initiative is a joint effort between the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Department of Corrections, Attorney General’s Office and the Florida Association of Crime Stoppers to help crack Florida’s unsolved homicide and missing person cases by distributing playing cards to inmates in the state’s prisons. Lugo’s card was the six of spades in the first edition deck.