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1st Priority Search & Recovery

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1st Priority has been established to help find Missing and Abducted Children and Adults

1st Priority's

only goals and incentives are to find missing persons...and bring them home.

We are available 24 hours daily and can be reached

 @ (936) 894-3238 or (281) 339-0587 or (979) 645-1177

finding and bringing home Missing persons is... 1st Priority
1st Priority Search & Recovery is a Houston, Galveston, Grimes County based, non-profit organization that searches for missing or abducted persons. Our team is made up of dedicated volunteers who assist law enforcement agencies, families and friends in locating and recovering missing or abducted persons. although missing children are our hihest prioirty, we also search for missing adults that are mentally challenged, or Alzheimer's patients ... or someone that may suffer from some other type of mental illness. or any person that have disappeared under suspicious circumstances. We respond to ANY call where a person is missing or has disappeared, regardless of their age, sex, race, religious believes, political views or social status. 1stPriority Search & Recovery is also an important and useful resource for law enforcement agencies because while our volunteers are searching for a missing person, law enforcement investigators can concentrate on their investigation. 1st Priority Search & Recovery does not charge any fees for our service, but we do accept donations.

1st Priority is seeking volunteers and Members

1st Priority Search & Recovery is a non-profit, all volunteer search team formed in April 2003 to search for missing and abducted persons in Texas, And surrounding Counties. The Greater Houston area is at or near the top of the list when it comes to missing person, which gives us a tremendous concern for our citizens especially the children in our community. For the last 14 months, we have been very concerned about the disappearance of Laura Ayala. She vanished on March 10, 2001 from Broadway @ South 610 Loop area. As far as we know, there have been no large, active searches for her in the last 6yrs, 10 months. 1st Priority Search & Recovery would like people that are interested in helping look for missing and abducted children and Adults. With this goal in mind join our organization. We would appreciate any and all volunteers that can come out and participate in future searches. We do regret though, that all volunteer searchers must be at least 18 years of age. If you know of any person that would like to come and assist us, they will be very welcome.

" Bringing Families back together is 1st Priority "

1st Priority Past Searches

Added Sept, 11, 2010

 Missing Adult

Please help this family with any information on their missing loved one.

 You Can print and view her flyer on link below. Distribute to all your mailing list

Help Find Julie Ann Gonzalez

Missing Adult

Jacob (Jake) Zahn

Recovered Safely on 05/12/07

Active Search For Missing Juvenile

out of Pasadena TX,

was found safe on 9/21/03

Felicia Quintero

Date Missing: 9/17/2003

Age: 14 ** Hispanic Female

Height: 5' 2'' ** Weight: 118

Eyes: Brown ** Hair: Brown

M/J was Last seen about 4:00pm on the 200 block of Center St. in Pasadena TX, She was wearing a White T-Shirt and Blue Jeans with Tennis shoes.

If Seen Please contact

Pasadena Police @ (713) 477-1221


1st Priority Search & Recovery

@ (936) 894-3238 or (281) 339-0587

1st Priority Search & Recovery is seeking Volunteers for a Search

Location of command post

12751 N. Eldridge

Callegari Equine Technologies

an Equine Club

for Mark R. Alcala

22 yr old ** Asian Male

Height 5' 9'' ** Weight 140 pounds

Black Shaved Hair

Dark Brown Eyes

Last seen: 8/28/03

Driving a Silver 1985 Mercedes 280 SEL

Texas License plate # S67-LHC

M/A was last seen wearing a dark blue or black T-shirt, Blue Jeans and black shoes

If Seen Please contact Harris County Sheriff Department

@ (713) 967-5710


1st Priority Search & Recovery

@ (936) 894-3238 or (281) 339-0587

Laura Ayala


The desire in locating Laura Ayala has not weaned. This endeavor will take Volunteers.

If you have any information, contact the Houston Police department or 1st Priority Search & Recovery, or the

National Center For Missing An Exploited Children.

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September 11, 2001

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