If you know something, speak up: missing people still need to be found

Alyssa Duff ’19, Website Editor-in-Chief

Missing people cases can point to either wrongdoing or not, but in both instances the individuals have the right to be found. Their families are begging for help in finding them. Even in Michigan, there are hundreds of missing people reports and here are a few of them:

Harper

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Name: Rashia Beasley

Age: 17

Hair color: Black

Eye color: Brown

Height: 5’4”

Weight: 188

Last seen: Nov. 16 in Harper Woods

If you know something: call Harper Woods Police Department at (313) 343-2530

McClinton

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Name: Tycionna McClinton

Age: 16

Hair color: Black

Eye color: Brown

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 220 pounds

Last seen: Nov. 30, 2018, on her way to school in Wayne, Michigan

If you know something: call Wayne Police at (734) 721-1414

Brandon.jpg

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Name: Brandon Vasquez

Age: 24

Hair color: Black

Eye color: Brown

Height: 5’2”

Weight: 150 pounds

Last seen: Dec. 10, 2018, on Roosevelt Street, Detroit, Michigan
If you know something: call the Detroit Police Department’s Fourth Precinct at (313) 596-5440 or

(313) 596-5385

Mayfiel

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Name: Amariona Mayfield

Age: 15

Hair color: Black and blonde

Eye color: Brown

Height: 5’6”

Weight: 180 pounds

Last seen: Dec. 7, 2018, at a gas station located at 1400 East Otter Drive, Detroit, Michigan

If you know something: call the Detroit Police Department’s 11th Precinct at (313) 596-1100

 

Name: Miranda Ward

Age: 15

Hair color: Black

Eye color: Brown

Height: 5’6”

Weight: 125 pounds

Last seen: March 6, 2018, in Rochester Hills, Michigan

If you know something: call the Oakland County Sheriff Police Department at (248) 537-3530

 

Ranging from children to adults, all missing people deserve the chance to be found. Speaking up about possible information in missing people cases is vital to make it possible for the individuals to return home safe and sound.

 

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