SOLVED: Underwater Recovery 19-years Later [Ep 3] James Amabile

Episode 3… Now that we’ve found 38-year-old James “Jimmy” Amabile at the bottom of Darby Creek in his 2002 Green Ford Explorer, it’s time for the long and meticulous recovery of Jimmy before the SUV can be pulled from 24′ below the Ridley Township Municipal Marina.

This 4 part series documents Adventures With Purpose’s search for James Amabile, following the clues left behind, from a cell phone ping, last phone call, information from his family about insulin levels, and knowing that James woke up in a panic that he was late picking up his daughters from the babysitters, all playing a role in leading to the discovery of where James Amabile and his SUV had gone missing in the river 19-years earlier.

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Episode 1: The Case of James Amabile Begins

Episode 2: Missing 19-years Underwater | James “Jimmy” Amabile Found in SUV

Episode 3: James Amabile – Dangerous Underwater Recovery

Episode 4: Closure for James Amabile’s Family | SUV Recovered from River

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CASE DETAILS
Amabile, 38, vanished on the afternoon of Dec. 4, 2003, after leaving his home in Folsom, PA to go pick up his two daughters from a babysitter in his 2002 green Ford Explorer.

Jimmy had overslept and called the babysitter at 5:13 p.m. to say that he was running a few minutes late.

The call was routed through a cellphone tower at Morton Avenue and MacDade Boulevard.

The babysitter’s home was a short distance away, near Bullens Lane, but Amabile never arrived.

In the intervening years, investigators chased down any and all leads, though there was not much to go on.

Jimmy’s credit cards, bank accounts, and cell phone remained unused.

Though he was an insulin-dependent diabetic, no prescriptions were ever filled in his name.

The Pennsylvania State Police conducted helicopter searches, looked into reports of sightings and unidentified bodies found in New York and New Jersey, even going to the Poconos after a Ford Explorer was found torched there.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jimmy’s family during this difficult time.

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24 thoughts on “SOLVED: Underwater Recovery 19-years Later [Ep 3] James Amabile

  1. So if the company who put the pylons there just checked first before drilling through, he would’ve been discovered about 15 years ago.

  2. Jimmy’s family at least have some answers as to where Jimmy had been all those years.AWP thank God for such stand up men. You treat the person
    (s) along with the family with dignity and respect..Bless You Guys

  3. This case is unbelievable. Doug's expertise, communication, professionalism, and compassion is absolutely stellar. An impressive individual who commands respect equal to the respect he shows to all. Outstanding job by the whole team. Such important work you are doing and clearly a service that has been needed for quite some time.

  4. I hope all you guys have wonderful wives or girlfriends, because you guys are pure selfless. You are dedicated to your field of expertise and spend so much time helping others while being away from your own families. Many blessings to you all.

  5. When you were explaining how you would secure the window it made me think. Maybe you could have mesh material like the bags and have strong magnets sewn in all around the edges to secure it to the metal of the vehicle. There could be different sizes depending on the window. There may be reasons this would not work but is is just a thought.

  6. A pylon…a bloody pylon! The company that put those in, that built the dock, failed their jobs. Completely failed. I'm so glad you guys were able to give closure to the family and help his girls get the closure they need. Continuous prayers for his family and friends

  7. Doug you and the team did great work
    But don't forget this is about the family and not you
    Saying that you're the best in the world is a little over the top and the way you're considering you're self in this episode make it look like you are the king of what you do it doesn't represent yourself in the right way its look like when Jared is around you have a different attitude so for the future just watch how attitude is please and don't forget that you have a team's behind you so stay professional
    Keep up the great work and thanks for what you do for those people in need

  8. Absolutely amazing, Guys. What a blessing Adventures With Purpose is to these families who are desperately in search of answers. It's wonderful to watch you guys work in conjunction with professional law enforcement officers where the respect goes both ways.

  9. To think, if the company would have surveyed before drilling, James would've been found 15 years ago. Negligence imo.
    You boys are absolutely incredible, devoted, caring and very respectable to the families and the departments of police etc that you work with. A tip of the hat to the whole team … BRAVO

  10. Doug, you are excellent in these situations. You NEVER interject yourself or make any part of it about you and the team, you’re solely focused on helping. Extremely professional and well done πŸ‘πŸ»

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