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6 Greeley Cold Cases That Remain a Mystery – Can They Be Solved?

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Each year, there always are one to two cases throughout the state of Colorado that remain unsolved. For the city of Greeley, there are still a handful of cases from the past few years that need your help!

Some of the cases have to do with missing persons, while others have to do with homicide investigations that still need information to lead officials to the capture of the guilty parties.

While these cases are still considered cold, that doesn’t mean they can’t be solved. That is why we are trying to get this information out in hopes we can close these cases for good with the Greeley Police Department.

If you want to check out cold cases throughout the rest of this state, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation has a full list from each department as well as the office of each County Sheriff.

 


Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation

 

The cold case for Zachary Lynn Flowers started with the incident on June 24th, 2014 and he is still considered missing to this day. If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Zachary, please call the Greeley Police Department.

 

Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation

 

On December 20, 1984, 12 year old, Jonelle Matthews was last seen when she was dropped off at her parents home by her friend’s family that evening. When her parents returned home later that night, they discovered that Jonelle was missing. Anyone with additional information is asked to contact the Greeley Police Department.

 

Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation

 

On August 27, 2005 at 9:57 A.M., Greeley Police Officers investigated a kidnapping that occurred in Greeley. Jorge Quinones-Martinez stated he had been granted an emergency full custody order for his four children on August 22, 2005, as the children’s biological mother Maria Rivera was being voluntarily deported. Quinones-Martinez stated on August 26, 2005, he met with Maria Rivera, and allowed the four children to stay the night with her. Quinones-Martinez expected Maria Rivera to return the children at 10:00 A.M. on August 27, 2005, however, the children were not returned. Quinones-Martinez believed Rivera was possibly en route to Mexico with the children. United States Customs agent at the El Paso and Mexico border detained Jaime Lopez and Maria De Jesus, relatvies of Maria Rivera, but both denied assisting Maria Rivera with traveling into Mexico with Quinones-Martinez’s children. An arrest warrant has been issued for Maria Rivera for kidnapping. The exact location of Quinones-Martinez’s children is unknown at this time. Anyone with information regarding this case, is asked to please contact the Greeley Police Department.

 

Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation

 

On August 27, 2005 at 9:57 A.M., Greeley Police Officers investigated a kidnapping that occurred in Greeley. Jorge Quinones-Martinez stated he had been granted an emergency full custody order for his four children on August 22, 2005, as the children’s biological mother Maria Rivera was being voluntarily deported. Quinones-Martinez stated on August 26, 2005, he met with Maria Rivera, and allowed the four children to stay the night with her. Quinones-Martinez expected Maria Rivera to return the children at 10:00 A.M. on August 27, 2005, however, the children were not returned. Quinones-Martinez believed Rivera was possibly en route to Mexico with the children. United States Customs agent at the El Paso and Mexico border detained Jaime Lopez and Maria De Jesus, relatives of Maria Rivera, but both denied assisting Maria Rivera with traveling into Mexico with Quinones-Martinez’s children. An arrest warrant has been issued for Maria Rivera for kidnapping. The exact location of Quinones-Martinez’s children is unknown at this time. Anyone with information regarding this case, is asked to please contact the Greeley Police Department.

 

Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation

 

On August 27, 2005 at 9:57 A.M., Greeley Police Officers investigated a kidnapping that occurred in Greeley. Jorge Quinones-Martinez stated he had been granted an emergency full custody order for his four children on August 22, 2005, as the children’s biological mother Maria Rivera was being voluntarily deported. Quinones-Martinez stated on August 26, 2005, he met with Maria Rivera, and allowed the four children to stay the night with her. Quinones-Martinez expected Maria Rivera to return the children at 10:00 A.M. on August 27, 2005, however, the children were not returned. Quinones-Martinez believed Rivera was possibly en route to Mexico with the children. United States Customs agent at the El Paso and Mexico border detained Jaime Lopez and Maria De Jesus, relatives of Maria Rivera, but both denied assisting Maria Rivera with traveling into Mexico with Quinones-Martinez’s children. An arrest warrant has been issued for Maria Rivera for kidnapping. The exact location of Quinones-Martinez’s children is unknown at this time. Anyone with information regarding this case, is asked to please contact the Greeley Police Department.

 

Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation

 

The case concerning Aubrey has been open since December 13th, 2009 and she is still considered missing. Aubrey was born on January 17th, 1987 and information concerning her disappearance can be given to the Greeley Police Department.

 

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