Director of NamUs Joins Me Live on LI News Radio

Director of NamUsDirector of Case Management Todd Matthews

Todd Matthews, the Director of Case Management for The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) will join me and host Jay Oliver, on LI News Radio.

Mr. Matthews will be discussing the importance for family members of missing persons to submit DNA, fingerprints, dental records, etc. He will also be discussing the latest identification of “Peaches” in the Long Island Serial Killer Case. In 1997, a jogger discovered the torso of a woman in a plastic bin inside of Hempstead Lake State Park. The only identifying mark was a tattoo of peaches. While searching for Shannan Gilbert in the Spring of 2011, investigators discovered additional human remains, including those of an infant.

In December 2016, investigators linked Peaches to remains found near Jones Beach in 2011. The infant found in 2011 near Gilgo is the child of Peaches. This development has been the most in the previous 6 years and had much to do with A&E’s The Killing Season. By highlighting the case and partnering with WebSeuths, a crowdsourcing site, the Long Island Serial Killer case received a much needed push.

Additional Guests:

7:35AM – Tricia Griffith of the crowdsourcing intel website, Websleuths
8:05AM – Thomas Hargrove, founder and Chairman of The Murder Accountability Project
8:35AM – Timothy Bolger, Editor of the Long Island Press

Anyone can listen live to the broadcast over the Internet at LI News Radio

By | 2017-01-17T17:56:44+00:00 January 17th, 2017|LI News Radio, Missing Persons, NamUs, Unidentified|

About the Author:

Joe Giacalone is a retired NYPD Sergeant, current Adjunct Professor, media contributor and internationally recognized policing expert. Joe has been on CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, Fox Business News, CBS, NBC, ABC, The Today Show, Good Morning America and many more.