Jennifer Kesse, a UCF graduate, was abducted from Orlando, Florida in 2006.
We, her family Drew, Joyce, and Logan, and friends believe she was taken the morning of Tuesday, January 24, 2006, from in or around her Orlando, Florida home. No one has seen or heard from her since.
After 18 long years, the Orlando Police Department and other state and federal law enforcement agencies were never able to crack the case. There is no named suspect. There is not one solid lead. Jennifer, 24, vanished without a trace.
In 2018 we filed a lawsuit against Orlando Police asking them to close Jennifer's case allowing the case files to be released to us and our private investigator. In March 2019, we settled with OPD and now have the rights to Jennifer's case.
After years in the hands of our private investigator who did incredible work, one woman at FDLE now handles the investigation and has essentially started from the beginning. We have never felt so hopeful and optimistic. We truly believe this is Jennifer's best chance at being found.
Over the 18 years since Jennifer disappeared, we spent every penny to our name trying to find her. From paying a PI to bringing awareness around the state, selling our house, the list goes on ... and simply put, we are broke.
We are humbly asking for your financial help so we can continue attacking Jennifer's case both on the legal and investigative sides. Your donation will pay the monstrous legal fees and PI bills that have accrued.
We will never give up on finding Jennifer and we truly believe with your help we can bring her home. We thank you all for joining our fight.
Drew, Joyce, and Logan and Katie Kesse