GoFundMe | Help Support Southern New Mexico Unsolved Murders

Southern New Mexico Unsolved Murders was founded in April 2021 to highlight cold case homicides and disappearances in Grant County. This nonprofit organization is now seeking support in its mission of raising at least $10,000 to fund various resources and tools to reignite communities to “see something” and “say something.” 

For more information on how to support the cause and/or donate, please see the resources below.

Resources:

Southern New Mexico Unsolved Murders Website

GoFundMe Link

Anonymous Tip Prevents School Shooting at Granite Bay High School

Last week on Tuesday, May 31st, a Granite Bay High School “tipster” submitted an anonymous tip that made local headlines. A student at the high school who was suspected of planning a school shooting was stopped before any real threat or damage was able to take place. By anonymously submitting a tip, law enforcement was provided enough information to make an arrest. 

The ‘See Something, Say Something’ philosophy is so important. As a nation, as we continue making strides in our school safety efforts, we encourage anyone and everyone to use their voice whenever danger is imminent. What makes this an easier action to take? It’s all anonymous. Your privacy is still taken into account when you submit any tip. Students, teachers, staff members and even local community members can submit tips and help be a part of the solution.

For students, we hope that by providing a variety of reporting options, including call, text, QR code, or a hyperlink on their school websites, they feel comfortable submitting a report. We get it; retaliation is unsettling. WeTip makes it that much easier for students to lean into this retaliation-free anonymous reporting solution. 

Your anonymous tips matter.

 

Read more about these news reports here: 

The Sacramento Bee

ABC 10

 

For more information on WeTip or how to get your schools more promotional materials on campus, book here.

Victorville, CA: Help Get Justice for Joseph Cui and His Family

On Wednesday, October 28, 2020, at approximately 9:28 p.m., deputies from the Victorville Police Department responded to the area of Redondo Beach Dr. and La Cubre Dr. following the reports of shots heard. Upon arrival, deputies located the victim, 20-year-old Joseph Cui, lying on the roadway suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The first deputy on scene immediately began lifesaving measures on the victim. Emergency medical personnel arrived and transported the victim to a local area hospital where he was later pronouncced deceased. Someone knows who did this. Help this family get justice for Joseph!

If you have any info call Detective Edward Hernandez or Sgt. Gibilterra at (909) 357-3589 or report to WeTip to remain anonymous.

WeTip Celebrates 50 Years of Fighting Crime

Saving Lives With Anonymous Reporting Since 1972

This week WeTip, the national anonymous tip reporting system, celebrates its 50th anniversary. From frightened children to the hunt for infamous serial killers, WeTip enables anyone to call, click or text a tip about a crime or suspicious activity to our national hotline.

Because of the two million anonymous crime reports that WeTip has received:

  • More than 20,000 criminal arrests have been made
  • 400 murderers were arrested
  • 951 robbery/burglary suspects were arrested
  • $340 million in drugs and narcotics were seized by law enforcement
  • 902 wanted fugitives and 300 parole violators were captured
  • 168 violent gang members have been arrested and taken out of neighborhoods
  • 125 sex crime offenders went to prison

Helping Catch the Most Infamous Serial Killers 

Working with law enforcement and television stations across the country, WeTip answered the call by actively taking 24/7 tips on the Night Stalker serial killer, the Hillside strangler, Jeffrey Dahmer and the Green River Killer as well as thousands of other media calls to capture dangerous criminals.

Because of WeTip, thousands of parents are hugging children whose lives might have been lost. Just imagine the children who didn’t deal with the pain of abuse and the families who didn’t bury a loved one because anonymous crime reports poured into WeTip, alerting law enforcement of the predators in their communities.

Turning a Crime Fighting Vision into Reality

It all began in February 1972 when WeTip’s founders, Bill and Miriam Brownell, turned their vision for safer communities into a reality. They worked tirelessly to grow and expand this novel and innovative way to report a crime or incident without fear of reprisal. As the grandfather of all anonymous reporting hotline services, WeTip’s founders blazed a trail that enabled communities, schools and businesses to join forces with WeTip in the War on Crime.

By 1982, this small Ontario, CA grassroots program, exploded into a nationwide program and launched a major network television show. Presidents, congressmen and senators, governors, police chiefs and sheriffs have praised and lauded the WeTip Program for its innovation and impact on crime in America and the lives that have been saved. WeTip programs began simply, with anonymous tips on drug deals.

The 1970s and 1980s began a new era of community action and safety awareness. WeTip was at the forefront of the movement, leading the charge for safer neighborhoods. This quickly expanded anonymous reporting on all major crimes.

Agencies throughout America have partnered with WeTip to launch anonymous reporting on Arson, Human Trafficking, Bullying, Fraud, Bank Robbery, and Sexual Abuse. President Ronald Reagan lauded WeTip as a “shining example of true community involvement.”

The Future of Anonymous Reporting  

As we enter the next decade of growth, WeTip is now WeTip 2.0, powered by CatapultEMS. Our new solution provides interactive capabilities for law enforcement agencies to search and see tip data in their cities and counties. WeTip’s new processes, hardware and software will empower the new WeTip website to receive tips for decades to come.

WeTip invites all communities, schools and businesses to join together for safer neighborhoods for us all.

Please Help Find Daniel

Contact – David Robinson II P: (803) 873-6988 E: [email protected]

“Please Help Find Daniel.”  WeTip 2.0 & CatapultK12 have partnered with David Robinson II, Daniel’s father to assist in locating his missing son. We have operators standing by to receive any tips or information that can lead to finding Daniel. 

After graduating college in 2019, David’s son, Daniel Robinson, landed a field geologist career and moved to Phoenix, AZ.  Daniel was last seen the morning of June 23, 2021, leaving his worksite in the desert of Buckeye, AZ. He was driving his 2017 blue/grey Jeep Renegade and is believed to have headed west into desert terrain. He oversees many sites located in remote desert locations, often working in extreme conditions and traveling long distances to work on projects.

Daniel has an innate passion for adventure and is known to travel during inopportune moments. However, he always communicates with friends and family about his travel plans. It has been several months with no leads or evidence towards Daniel’s disappearance. Initially, a missing person report was filed the same evening on the day he was last seen. Approximately one month after his disappearance, Daniel’s Jeep Renegade was discovered by a rancher in a remote part of the desert not too far from the well site where Daniel was last seen. Though the vehicle has now been recovered, Daniel remains missing.

If you have any information on Daniel or may suspect someone else does, please submit an anonymous tip to WeTip using the dedicated phone line, custom form link, or reach out to your local authorities. You can also help by spreading the message and providing awareness on this search effort.

Organization’s Dedicated Line: (844)-602-0660

Custom Form Link To Submit Tips

 

For additional resources on this case, please see below:

Website – Please Help Find Daniel – Missing Person, Personal Website

Petition page – Petition · Justice for Daniel Robinson · Change.org

Go Fund Me page – Fundraiser by David Robinson: Please Help Find Daniel! (gofundme.com)

Put a Stop to Welfare Fraud in Los Angeles County

Call WeTip 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to report Welfare Fraud, CalFresh (EBT) Trafficking, and Child or Elderly Abuse anonymously! You may be eligible for a reward of up to $100.

For over three decades WeTip has provided ANONYMOUS Welfare Fraud tips to Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services to help supplement welfare fraud related investigations.  Since 1998, over 100,000 anonymous welfare fraud tips have aided the county in saving tax payers over $18,000,000 in fraudulent payments.  As a result, over 500 rewards have been paid.

 

A TikTok Trend That’s Wreaking Havoc on Campuses

Recently, a TikTok trend called “Devious Licks” made its debut on the social media platform that has roughly 1 billion monthly active users. And get this, a third of these users are age 14 or younger according to The New York Times. The “Devious Licks” trend is encouraging students primarily in middle schools and high schools to destroy and vandalize their campuses for views. Students are going into bathrooms and stealing soap dispensers, paper towel machines and even entire urinals after-hours. Facilities, storage areas and classrooms are not off-limits either.  As a result of this trend, schools are shutting down areas on campus for repairs and paying the price in damage control. Teachers, staff, administrators and parents are overwhelmed as the power of social media strikes again in a harmful way.

How can we combat something like this from happening in the future and take charge in the now?

First and foremost, we encourage teachers and staff to address these issues at a school level, acknowledging the outcomes of a trend like this. We also encourage parents to have healthy discussions with their children surrounding social media and the impacts it has on behavior.

At a district level, Ensure your schools have an anonymous reporting system in place that addresses the concerns you see happening right on your campuses. Empower your students to be a part of the solution without fear of retaliation through anonymously reporting if and when reckless or suspicious events take place.

WeTip is a nationwide anonymous reporting resource available to all districts. Within the last week, WeTip has taken close to 5 school vandalism tips related to this trend alone. Download this Vandalism Flyer and distribute it around your campuses to help deter unwanted behavior and put a stop to this trend. Use the QR code or visit www.wetip.com to easily submit tips free of charge.

For more information on this trend click here

LA County Welfare Fraud Tip Leads to Reward

Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National Crime Hotline has aided Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services in the fight against welfare fraud.  Caller # 621721 reported a recipient was fraudulently receiving welfare benefits.  After investigating, the information reported to WeTip resulted in the suspect signing a repayment agreement.  The combined loss to be repaid was over $17,000.   Thanks to caller 621721 taking the time to call WeTip, the suspect will no longer continue to receive assistance she was not eligible for.

Caller 621721 may now contact WeTip to arrange for the pickup of their $100 reward payment.

For over three decades WeTip has provided ANONYMOUS Welfare Fraud tips to Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services to help supplement welfare fraud related investigations.  Since 1998, over 100,000 anonymous welfare fraud tips have aided the county in saving tax payers over $18,000,000 in fraudulent payments.  As a result, over 500 rewards have been paid.

Reward Payment Notification

Los Angeles County, CA….  Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National Crime Hotline has aided Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services in the fight against welfare fraud. Callers # 630104, 638007, 654259, 656240, 656294, 657164, 657471, 659356, and 662516 reported welfare fraud. After investigating, the information reported to WeTip resulted in positive fraudulent findings. Thanks to the anonymous callers taking the time to call WeTip, the suspects will no longer continue to receive assistance they were not eligible for.

The callers may now contact WeTip to arrange for the anonymous facilitation of their $100 reward payment.
For over three decades WeTip has provided ANONYMOUS Welfare Fraud tips to Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services to help supplement welfare fraud related investigations. Over 18,000 cases are investigated annually and nearly 500 cases are sent to the District Attorney for potential prosecution each year. In 2019, anonymous welfare fraud tips have aided the County in saving tax payers over $4 million in fraudulent over payments.
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Help Stop Soledad City Graffiti

Soledad, CA… Since March 19th 2020, The Soledad Police Department has responded to numerous locations throughout the City of Soledad regarding graffiti vandalism to city parks, mailboxes, sound walls, stop signs, public restrooms etc… In all cases, the suspect has spray painted the letters, “LSD” accompanied by a unique symbol (attached photo) throughout town in various colors causing thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. During one of the incidents, a witness was able to describe an individual seen vandalizing city property as follows:

Light complected Hispanic male adult or white male adult, approximately late teens to early 20’s, approximately 5’10”, thin build wearing all black clothing (hoodie, pants, shoes, hat)

Suspect vehicle was described as a red with black roof
newer model mid-size KIA SUV with black roof
newer model mid-size KIA SUV with California license plates (Unknown plate #)

If you have any information regarding the person(s) involved in this crime, you are encouraged to call WeTip immediately at 1-800-782-7463. You may be eligible for a reward if your information leads to an arrest and conviction. No one will ever know who made the call!