Season 2, Episode 50: For There is Nothing Hidden That Will Not Be Disclosed: Help Find Lopaz Richardson, Allyson Dalton, and Donald Westfall, Jr.
According to the FBI, at the end of 2020, the National Crime Information Center had almost 90,000 active missing persons cases entered into its data bank. That number absolutely blows my mind, and I hope it does yours too. Today, we are continuing our 12 Cases of Christmas series by looking at the disappearances of three people, Lopaz Richardson, Allyson Dalton, and Donald Westfall, Jr, whose families desperately want to know what happened to them.
The Bible tells us in Luke 8:17, “For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open.” Of course, the frustrating part is that that promise isn’t always fulfilled in the time frame we want. These families, and so many others, deserve to know what happened to their loved ones, so let’s do everything we can to help them. As believers, we all have a calling to be a PI - a person of impact. Let’s see how each one of us can do simple acts that make a significant difference in the true crime world.
If you’ve seen Lopaz or have any information about his disappearance, please call the Rosenberg Police Department at 832-595-3700, or call Texas EquuSearch at 281- 309-9500.
If you have any information about Allyson’s whereabouts or her mother Sylena’s murder, please call the Virginia State Police toll-free at 1-888-300-0156 or dial #77 on a cell phone, or email [email protected]. You can also contact the Virginia Bureau of Criminal Investigation at 800-572-2260 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 800-THE-LOST.
If you have any information about Donald’s case, please contact Indiana State Police’s Jasper District at 812-482-1441 or 800-742-7475. You can also call NamUs at 817-304-0893 or email [email protected].