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PA KORTNE STOUFFER: Missing from Palmyra, PA - 29 July 2012 - Age 21

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    NamUs MP # 17800
    Kortne Stouffer
    Lebanon County, Pennsylvania
    21 year old white female

    Case Report - NamUs MP # 17800

    Case Information
    Status Missing
    First name Kortne
    Middle name Ciera
    Last name Stouffer
    Date last seen July 29, 2012 04:15
    Date entered 10/15/2012
    Age last seen 21 to 21 years old
    Age now 25 years old
    Race White
    Sex Female
    Height (inches) 68.0
    Weight (pounds) 110.0

    City Palmyra
    State Pennsylvania
    Zip code 17078
    County Lebanon
    Stouffer is missing under suspicious circumstances. She was last seen at her apartment in the early morning hours of July 29, 2012 after returning home after a night out with friends. Her purse, phone and keys were found inside her residence. Her vehicle was parked outside her home.


    Hair color Blond/Strawberry
    Left eye color Green
    Right eye color Green

    ONE LOVE R. Bicep. Stars L. Foot Pistol with flowers left abdomen to back of torso.
    pierced tongue, ears

    Dark colored shorts with bright floral print, yellow tank top

    Vehicle comments
    Vehicle left at residence and impounded by police.

    Status: Dental information / charting is available and entered

    Status: Sample submitted - Tests complete

    Fingerprint Information
    Status: Fingerprint information is available elsewhere

    Investigating Agency
    Title Detective
    First name Michael
    Last name Dipalo
    Phone 717-228-4408
    Case number 12-188
    Date reported July 30, 2012
    Jurisdiction County
    Agency Lebanon County Detective Bureau
    Address 1 400 South 8th Street
    Address 2 Room # 11
    City Lebanon
    State Pennsylvania
    Zip code 17042
    The family is offering an reward of up to $42,000 for information pertaining to Kortne's disappearance. Info can be provided through PA Crimestoppers or at Kortneinfo@gmail.com
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    Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers


    Kortne Ciera Stouffer, White/Female, DOB: 04/24/1991, Age: 22, Height: 5'8, Weight: 115 lbs., Hair: Blonde, Eyes: Green, Tattoos: "One Love" right bicep, three blue starts on top of left foot, and pistol and flowers on left abdomen and side.

    The Palmyra Borough Police Department and the Lebanon County Detective Bureau, continues their search for Kortne Ciera Stouffer. Kortne Ciera Stouffer was last seen at her residence located at 810 West Main Street, Palmyra, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, in the early morning hours of July 29, 2012. Kortne had returned home after a night out. She was determined missing by her family the following day. Her car, keys, cell phone, and purse were left at the residence.

    WHAT YOU CAN DO: If you have information on this crime, any serious crime, or wanted person, call Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Toll Free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS. All callers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a CASH REWARD.
    All information is accurate as of Release Date.
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    Pennsylvania Missing Persons
    and Unidentified Victims

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    Kortne Ciera Stouffer
    Missing July 29, 2012 from Palmyra, Lebanon County

    Vital Statistics
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 21
    Height: 5'8"
    Weight: 110 lbs
    Hair Color: Blonde
    Eye Color: Green
    Tattoos: One Love on right bicep, three stars on left foot, a pistol with flowers coming out of it on left abdomen to back of torso.
    Piercings: pierced tongue
    Clothing: dark colored shorts with a bright flora print and a yellow tank top.
    Dentals: Available
    Fingerprints: Available
    DNA: Initial inquiry underway

    Case Details
    Kortne was last seen in the early morning hours of Sunday, July 29, 2012 when a Palmyra police officer was dispatched to her home in response to a noise complaint. Police left her apartment at around 3:50 am only to be called back, within 1/2 hour, for another complaint. On their second visit, police reportedly got no response from Kortne or the neighbor who called them and left without making contact.
    Kortne had spent Saturday night at a bar, possibly two, in Harrisburg with friends. One of those friends spent the night at Kortne's. He told authorities that they had gone to sleep after the police had left the first time and had not heard a knock when the officer returned a second time. He further stated that when he woke up at around 7:30 am on Sunday, Kortne wasn't it the apartment, so he left.
    When Kortne didn't show up for work on Monday, July 30th, her mother went to her apartment. She found the door unlocked and Kortne's wallet, cell phone and dog all inside.
    Several searches have been conducted near Kortne's home and the surrounding area but she remains missing.
    A cash reward is being offered for information leading her whereabouts.

    If you have any information about this case, please contact:

    Palmyra Police Department
    Lebanon County District Attorney's Office


    NamUs MP # 17800

    Sources and Additional Information

    Bring Korte Home
    Lebanon Daily News
    Patriot News
    Huffington Post
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    Kortne Stouffer: Missing Person Pennsylvania

    Kortne Stouffer, 21, from Palmyra, Pennsylvania has been missing since last Sunday, July 29, 2012.

    Kortne was last seen at her home on the 800 block of West Main Street around 3:15 a.m. Police responded to her West Main Street apartment at 3:15 a.m. on July 29 after receiving noise complaints by Kortne’s dog, Shelby. Police made everyone go back to their own apartments and then left at 3:49 a.m.

    That was the last time a credible source saw Stouffer, Scott said.

    Kortne had just come home from dancing at a club in Harrisburg. She was wearing a yellow tank top and black shorts splattered with bright colors.

    The police were called back to the apartment again, about “banging and stomping” from the apartment around 4 in the morning, but this time no one answered the door.

    The Lebanon County District Attorney is calling Kortne’s disappearance as suspicious.

    “We don’t know if it’s criminal or not, but we’re investigating it like it’s criminal,” said District Attorney David Arnold, reports pennlive.com.

    Kortney’s boyfriend was away for the weekend. Kortne and he were saving money to buy a house.


    Kortne Stouffer, a graduate of Northern Lebanon High School, worked three jobs, as a hairstylist, a dog groomer and in the office at her father’s company, Stouffer Equipment Co., Grantville. She did not show up for work on Monday, he said.

    Police described her as white, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing about 115 pounds, with blond hair worn in dreadlocks and green eyes.
    She had a tattoo with the words “one love” on her right bicep, another one with stars on her left foot and a third one of flowers and a pistol on her left hip.

    There is a $24,000 reward for information on the whereabouts of Kortne.

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    Woman claims Kortne Stouffer's body was dumped in Memorial Lake

    By Eric Veronikis
    on March 21, 2014

    EAST HANOVER TOWNSHIP – It’s a lake where you could easily picture someone dumping a body.

    And Scott Stouffer went there in a cold drizzle Wednesday to meet a stranger who claims she knows what happened to his daughter, Kortne, who disappeared nearly two years ago and is presumed dead.

    After listening to Amanda Ballester for nearly three hours, Stouffer was convinced: Police must search that lake, which is about 12 miles away from the place she disappeared after an evening partying with friends.

    Lebanon County District Attorney David Arnold, who said Ballester's account has changed, isn’t convinced. Arnold said there are "a lot" of bodies of water in the area, and there isn’t enough evidence for him to call for a search of the 85-acre lake in Memorial State Park, which is adjacent to Fort Indiantown Gap.

    Maybe Kortne’s body isn’t in Memorial Lake, where the deepest waters measure about 22 feet near its dam area. But if there is even a slight chance that it is, every effort should be made to find out, Stouffer said.

    Like the district attorney, Stouffer has heard dozens of stories on the whereabouts of his daughter during the 20 months she has been missing. But this one is different, said Stouffer, whose office happens to be adjacent to the lake.

    The explanation includes a motive that Stouffer believes is plausible, an accurate timeline and people who he said had been with his daughter the evening she disappeared. Ballester also knew details that Stouffer believes were only known to family and investigators.

    “She is the most credible individual I have talked to in the past 20 months,” Stouffer said, holding back tears. “Her information seems to fit the theories of the case, the characteristics and the suspects. This girl made the past 20 months seem like two days ago.”


    Kortne Stouffer disappeared from her apartment in the 800 block of West Main Street in Palmyra during the early hours of July 29, 2012. A search ensued in the following weeks and months. And her disappearance has made national headlines.

    The 21-year-old had been partying with friends at the apartment earlier in the evening, before they headed out to a Harrisburg bar.

    Prior to leaving, her boyfriend, Brad Herr, was arrested at the apartment they shared, by a probation officer. Herr was on house arrest and probation for driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs while underage, according to published accounts.

    Herr spent about a week behind bars in Lebanon County, according to court records. And Kortne blamed her neighbors for the arrest, thinking they had called the cops to complain about the party, Stouffer said.

    It’s still unclear who placed the call to police that led to Herr’s arrest. And police have been unwilling to say who called them.

    When Kortne came home from Harrisburg later that night, she saw her neighbors as she climbed the steps to her second-floor apartment. She started screaming at them, thinking her boyfriend would face a long jail sentence because of the call she believed they had made, Stouffer said.

    Kortne continued yelling at them, until finally, the neighbors did call the cops, who visited the apartment for a second time. They got there about an hour after Kortne came home from the bar, Stouffer said. The police knocked, but there was no answer. Instead of going into the apartment, they left, Stouffer said.

    Amanda Ballester, friend of Kortne StoufferAmanda Ballester says that she was told by a few acquaintances that Kortne Stouffer was killed, rolled up in a rug and dumped into Memorial Lake in Grantville.


    Ballester, 26, of South Lebanon Township, said she knows who called the cops the first time on the night Kortne went missing. She contends that they were the same people responsible for Kortne's disappearance.

    Close acquaintances of the men in question, one of whom is connected to the incident, told her the story, she said. And Ballester claims she even overheard those responsible brag about the crime and reveal details.
    They called the cops because they wanted to make sure Herr was gone while they searched the apartment for a large amount of money and marijuana, Ballester said. Kortne died shortly before or after the marijuana and cash were stolen, she said.

    Stouffer said he also believes there were money and drugs in the apartment the night his daughter disappeared.
    Ballester shared her story with PennLive, which reached out to Stouffer for comment and set up their meeting. Ballester said she didn't do it to get the $50,000 reward offered for information leading to Kortne's location. And Ballester said she promised to refuse the money if her story leads to Kortne or her body.

    "I don't want the money," Ballester said. "I would have the family use [the $50,000] to build a memorial for Kortne."

    Ballester met Kortne in 2010. The two weren't close friends, but they had chatted on Facebook and hung out together at several parties. She even considered joining Kortne and other friends at the bar in Harrisburg that night, but didn't because it was her daughter's birthday.
    Ballester said that she was told that Kortne died in the apartment, the men rolled Kortne’s body up in a carpet, weighted her down with chains and cinderblocks and drove to Memorial Lake, where they dumped her body.
    Stouffer said Ballester's story contained details that aren't public knowledge. For example, Ballester described the color of the carpet she said was used to conceal Kortne's body. Stouffer said he believes a carpet matching the description was missing from the apartment the next day.
    Ballester also said that in addition to the drugs and cash, there was a money-counting machine in the apartment that wasn't stolen, which Stouffer also confirmed.
    Ballester said she called the Palmyra Police Department after she heard the story. She first called on Aug. 10. After contacting the department several times, police encouraged her to share her account with Arnold, whose office is leading the investigation.

    Ballester said she called Arnold’s office on several occasions. And she sent an email on Aug. 13, detailing to investigators what she believed happened to Kortne.

    Scott Stouffer discusses the disappearance of his daughter, KortneScott Stouffer said Amanda Ballester provided the most credible account of the disappearance of his daughter, Kortne, who went missing from her apartment during the early hours of July 29, 2012.

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    Arnold confirmed that Ballester contacted his office several times. But he said her story changed three times, which raised “red flags.” Ballester denied the accusation. She said her story never changed, and that the district attorney and his investigators never took her seriously.

    Each of Ballester’s claims was investigated “to a certain extent,” Arnold said. But Lebanon County doesn’t have a scuba diving team to send into the water, and he needs something more concrete to go on before he asks an outside agency to put its resources behind a search of the lake.

    Arnold said, “It would require some hint that there is credibility to the statement."

    “Detectives have kept a log over a year and a half. [Ballester] called on three occasions providing information. And I don’t want to get into what she said specifically. There were varied accounts of what happened. I know for a fact that every single call on this chart has been investigated at one point or another,” Arnold said. “We’ve checked every place that there could be reason to check.”

    Arnold said the number of calls his office receives regarding the Stouffer case has waned. He said that his office is no closer to finding Kortne than it was at the start of the investigation.

    A recent theory suggested by a private investigator in Florida – who said an unknown serial killer traveling the country likely abducted Kortne because she fits the profile – is baseless, Arnold said.

    Arnold would not disclose specific areas his office searched, but he said at least one body of water has been investigated. And he acknowledged that the longer Kortne is missing, the more likely it is that she is dead.


    Stouffer is critical of the investigation, and he wants state police to take over the case.

    State police assisted the district attorney’s office with the investigation early on, said Trooper David Beohm, a spokesman for the agency.

    State police interviews anyone that comes to them about the case, but then the person and the results of the initial investigation are forwarded to the lead investigating agency, he said. If the district attorney’s office reaches out again for help, the state police would again assist the investigation, he said.

    “We don’t like to jump ahead and say, ‘No, this is what you are going to do.' We don’t generally, unless [the agency] would request us to do so,” Beohm said.

    Like the district attorney’s office, the state police doesn’t have an in-house dive team for water investigations, he said. It depends on outside agencies – such as the Harrisburg River Rescue – to assist, he said.

    If the district attorney's office doesn’t request help from an outside agency with water investigation experts, Stouffer said he is praying a team will volunteer to search Memorial Lake – and other adjacent bodies of water – to help find Kortne, who would be 23 years old on April 24.

    “And I also would like to reach out to any agencies that we might ask for help that have resources that could help us in some search of a couple bodies of water. Please get in touch with [PennLive] to help us with a search ... in a couple targeted areas,” Stouffer said.

    “I sincerely hope that we can come to some resolution on the whereabouts of my daughter before we get to her birthday," he said. "That would be an answered prayer for her family and friends.”


    • Kortne Stouffer is 5 foot, 8 inches tall and weighs 115 pounds. She has blonde hair and green eyes, but her eye color could have changed with contacts. She has a mole on her right cheek, and has tattoos on her upper right arm, left foot and left hip.
    • Anyone with information on the Kortne Stouffer case should call 717-228-4403 or 800-472-8477. Information also can be shared at www.pacrimestoppers.org.
    • There is a $50,000 reward for information leading to Stouffer’s location.
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    February 26, 2016 by Crime Feed Staff


    It was sometime in the middle of a warm summer night in 2012 when an eccentric 21-year-old named Kortne Stouffer vanished. Stouffer, described by her loved ones as a “flower child,” had spent the July night out on the town with friends and returned to her Palmyra, PA apartment on Main Street.

    CrimeFeed spoke with the District Attorney of Lebanon County, David J. Arnold, who said that although he believes Kortne made it back inside her home, she then disappeared within a short window of time. Kortne was never seen leaving her apartment again, and it looks like she went missing before the sun came up.

    According to the FBI, the last known contact with Kortne was around 3:30 a.m. from the local Palmyra Police, who were called to Kortne’s place for a disturbance involving Kortne and her neighbors.

    Penn Live dug deeply into Kortne’s case, and Scott Stouffer, Kortne’s father, told them he believes his daughter vanished under “volatile circumstances.”

    Related: Human Remains Found In Fire Pit Belong To Missing Teen

    When Kortne went missing, reports say she was living with her boyfriend who was on house arrest and probation for drugs and driving under the influence, Penn Live reports. In the hours prior to Kortne’s disappearance, the boyfriend’s probation officer showed up at their home and he was arrested on the spot. After the arrest, Kortne’s boyfriend was behind bars for a week, reports note.

    It was after Kortne’s boyfriend was hauled in to the police station that she decided to continue her night out with friends. After partying at a local bar, Kortne and a male friend returned to her apartment, Penn Live said.

    It was when Kortne arrived home, according to the published report, when Kortne and her neighbors began to have it out. Penn Live said it was so intense, it almost became a physical altercation. Police were called back out to the apartment not once, but twice. Police eventually left, and the report says no one was arrested.

    The friend who was inside with Kortne claims they each headed to bed. Around 7 a.m. the friend woke up and did not see Kortne, so he left. Penn Live says a surveillance camera captured him on a nearby convenience-store camera buying food and a drink. During that time, he was reportedly texting Kortne, telling her he was leaving and would catch up with her later.

    It was in the window between 3:30 a.m. – 7 a.m. Kortne vanished. Her father told Penn Live she left behind two dogs, one belonging to her and the other to her boyfriend, and her wallet.

    Some speculate that the neighbors may have had something to do with Kortne’s disappearance, but one of them told authorities that was incorrect, and that they’d cooperated with investigators. Dozens of searches have been conducted and Kortne’s father spoke out to say people still contact him with leads.

    DA Arnold, he told Crime Feed they aren’t giving up and they do not consider Kortne’s case cold: “We have discussions about it a couple times a week. We have active conversations.”

    Arnold went on to say no persons of interests or suspects have ever been named in Kortne’s case. She was last seen alive at her home on July 29, 2012 and reportedly many search warrants have been executed. Arnold added she was not seen on any surveillance leaving the area. The FBI says foul play is suspected.

    You can track updates at the public Facebook page created for Kortne. Kortne was last known to have blonde hair in dreadlocks, green eyes and she stands 5 feet 8 inches tall. She has three tattoos.

    If you know anything about Kortne’s disappearance, please contact the PA Crimestoppers directly: 800.472.8477 or send in your leads to kortneinfo@gmail.com.
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    Missing Person Profile as of July 10th, 2016: (based on Charley Project website)

    Full Name: Kortne Cierra Stouffer
    Missing Since: July 28, 2012 from Palmyra, Pennsylvania
    Date of Birth: April 24, 1991
    Age (at time of disappearance): 21 years old
    Height Weight: 5'8, 110 pounds
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian female. Blonde hair, green eyes. Stouffer has a tattoo on the left side of her abdomen of a handgun with flowers growing out of the barrel, a tattoo of three stars on top of her right foot, and a tattoo of the words "One Love" on her right bicep, with the O in "One" drawn as a peace symbol in the O in "Love" drawn as a heart. Photos of the tattoos are posted below this case summary. Stouffer's ears and tongue are pierced and she has a mole on her right cheek. Her hair was in dreadlocks at the time of her disappearance.
    Clothing/Jewelry Description: A yellow tank top, black floral-print or fluorescent paint-splattered shorts, a silver class ring and a diamond wedding ring. A photo of Stouffer in those clothes is posted below this case summary.
    TIPS: Anyone having information should call the Lebanon County Detective Bureau (Pennsylvania) at 717-228-4408

    From the Charley Project:

    Stouffer was last seen in Palmyra, Pennsylvania on July 28, 2012. She spent the evening out with friends in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and got into an argument with someone at the <i>Hardware Bar</i>. She returned to her top-floor apartment in the 800 block of west Main Street. She lived with her boyfriend, who was under house arrest driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs while underage. There was a party at the apartment where alcohol was served, then the police arrived to break it up and arrested Stouffer's boyfriend for probation violation. (He ultimately spent a week in custody.)

    Stouffer thought it was her downstairs neighbors who called the police on their party, and she believed her boyfriend might spend an extended time behind bars as a result of his arrest. She and a male friend got into an argument with the neighbors at 3:00 a.m. and the police responded to it. They left at 3:50 a.m. with the disputing parties back in their respective apartments, but came back at 4:12 a.m. because the same neighbors complained Stouffer was stomping on the floor of her apartment. The police knocked on the door of Stouffer's apartment and no one answered; her friend later claimed the were both inside but didn't hear the knocking. No one answered knocks at the complaining neighbor's door either, so the authorities left again.

    Stouffer's friend stated he went to sleep and when he woke up later that day, she was gone and all her belongings were left behind, including her wallet, keys, shoes, cellular phone, dog and vehicle, a 2002 Ford Focus. At first her friend thought she was just sleeping in another room. She has never been heard from again and there were no indications that any violence or a struggle had occurred at her apartment.

    At the time of her disappearance, Stouffer worked off and on as a hairstylist at Elle Salon in Palmyra and also worked as a dog groomer and for her father's business, Stouffer Equipment. She is one of five siblings. Authorities stated they hadn't ruled out anyone as a suspect in her disappearance. Foul play is suspected in her case, which remains unsolved.


    Thoughts? Just a note that the aforementioned "case summary" photos can be seen at the Charley Project link above (it would have been cumbersome and time consuming to add them to this thread).

    Kortne's disappearance has been aired on a national crime show twice. First on the August 17th, 2012 episode of America's Most Wanted on Lifetime. The following is the link although it's from the brief post-Fox period when AMW stopped doing detailed stories on the website and just did summaries: web.archive.org/web/20130228171555/http://www.amw.com/missing_persons/case.cfm?id=80544

    Kortne's disappearance was then profiled this year on the April 25th, 2016 episode of the syndicated crime series "Crime Watch Daily." The following is a link the story and segment which does go into more detail: crimewatchdaily.com/2016/04/25/woman-21-vanishes-from-apartment-after-3-police-visits-in-one-night/

    Read more: http://amwfans.com/thread/3726/kortne-stouffer-pennsylvania-2012#ixzz4OZoJdiHn
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    Wendy Stouffer, mother of Kortne Stouffer

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    Wendy Stouffer Hammel, mother of Kortne Stouffer, marks the third anniversary of her disappearance, in front of the Palmyra, Pa. apartment she lived in

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    West Main Street, Palmyra, Pa.

    A sign seeking information about missing 21-year-old Kortne Stouffer is taped to a telephone pole outside of her apartment at 810 W. Main St. in Palmyra


    Police tape blocks the steps leading to the second-floor Palmyra apartment of missing 21-year-old Kortne Stouffer. She was last seen early Sunday morning.


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    Lebanon County Detective Richard Radwanski, right, and a tow-truck operator on Wednesday prepare to impound the car of missing 21-year-old Kortne Stouffer



    Investigator believes Kortne Stouffer disappearance linked to other cases
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