Posts Tagged ‘Missing Teenager’

chartier-judithJudith Ann Chartier was 17 when she vanished in Billerica, Massachusetts. on June 5, 1982 along with her vehicle, a 1970’s Black Dodge Dart Swinger.

Earlier that night she had attended a party with her then boyfriend. Sometime during the party she had an argument with him and dropped him off at his home before returning back to the party and leaving alone at approximately 2AM. She never made it to her home in Chelmsford, MA.

The town of Chelmsford is approximately 4 miles from the city of Lowell, and is located on Interstate 495 of the Boston metro outer beltway.

Chartier was employed at a fast food restaurant in Chelmsford at the time and those closest to the missing teen alleged she was being harassed by a male co-worker. In fact, it is believed she was afraid of this individual however, he was never entered in as a suspect.

According to Most Wanted Hoes the United States Secret Service notified Chelmsford Police Department that the infamous counterfeiter and sexual sadist, James Mitchell DeBardeleben had been in the town the day prior to Judith Chartier’s disappearance. DeBardeleben is alleged to have murdered several brunette women over an eighteen-year span. Arrested on May 25, 1983, in Knoxville, Tennessee, Secret Service Agents searched DeBardeleben’s 1971 Chrysler seizing evidence including a receipt from a motel in Chelmsford dated June 4, 1982.

DeBardeleben denies having ever met Judith Chartier. Nonetheless, DeBardeleben was in the area the day before Judith’s disappearance and she fit his victim profile. DeBardeleben may have first spotted Judith at the fast food restaurant where she worked. Furthermore, DeBardeleben somewhat varied his motive of operation, he could have stalked Judith, then while impersonating a police officer abducted her. However, DeBardeleben as to date is not known to move or hide his victims. So, if DeBardeleben had abducted and murdered Judith Chartier, her remains, or at least her vehicle should have been discovered by now. Unfortunately, neither Judith nor her Dodge Swinger has been found, and that is because both are hidden. Therefore, the possibility exists that DeBardeleben was not involved in Judith Chartier disappearance.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Judith Ann Chartier please contact the Chelmsford Police Department in Chelmsford, Massachusetts at 978-256-2521.

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Domonique Holley-Grisham - 2009 Disappearance - NY

Domonique Tyshawn Holley-Grisham

Missing Since: February 12, 2009 from Rochester, New York
Classification: Endangered Runaway
Date Of Birth: January 15, 1993
Age: 16
Height: 5’9″
Weight: 160 lbs
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Race: Black
Gender: Male
Distinguishing Characteristics: Pierced ears
AKA: Dom
Details of Disappearance
Domonique was last seen at home on February 12, 2009.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact – Rochester Police Department(585) 428-6720 or National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST)

It was February 12th, 2009. Mozell Jones-Grisham had no idea her life was about to change for the worse. “Somebody called him on his cell phone. He went out the door and that was the last time that we seen him.” Jones-Grisham says. (more…)

brianna_maitlandBrianna Maitland, then 18, was last seen Friday, March 19, 2004 at approximately 11:30PM, leaving the Black Lantern Inn in Montgomery, VT where she worked as a waitress. She was supposed to drive to a friend’s home but never arrived.

The following day at approximately 1:30PM, her vehicle, a green 1985 Oldsmobile was discovered backed into an abandoned, run-down house about a mile away from where she was last seen. Authorities, along with cadaver dogs and helicopters searched the abandoned home and the area surrounding it.  They noticed her car keys were missing but her two paychecks were sitting on the passenger side of her car.

In the weeks after Brianna’s disappearance, the Vermont National Guard, police, and hundreds of volunteers searched threw out Franklin County but no trace of Brianna was ever located.

Her family and loved ones don’t believe Brianna is a runaway, and her make-up, clothes, credit card, contact lenses, etc, were still at her friends house. Something she would have taken with her if she was planning to leave.

According to reports, four years after Brianna disappeared an anonymous tipster contacted Vermont State Police, telling them he seen her at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel Casino on January 17, 2006, gambling at a table for nearly an hour with an unknown adult man. After viewing surveillance cameras, it was hard to determine if the young woman was in fact, Brianna Maitland.

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Photo of Brianna’s vehicle the day it was found abandoned.

Family say that Brianna would have attempted to contact them. It is possible that she is being held against her will, possible in a human sex-trafficking ring, which would explain the callers random tip and the fact that authorities in Vermont couldn’t find a trace of her. It is unclear why, if the called seen her in January, 2006, he held off contacting police with his claim.

Police believe that she is victim of foul play. She is described as a Caucasian female, standing 5’4” tall, weighing approximately 110 pounds (thin frame) with medium-brown hair and hazel eyes.

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Birthdate: 10/08/86 DOD: 03/19/04
Age Then: 17 Age Now: 26
Gender: Female Race: White
Height: 5’5” Weight: 118 lbs
Hair Color: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Location: East Franklin, Montgomery County, VT, United States
NCMEC Case Number: NCMC985167

There is a $10,000 reward for anyone who can identify the exact location where Brianna may be buried. Another $10,000 for anyone with information leading to the arrest of the individual(s) that may be responsible for her disappearance. Vermont State Police are offering a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible.

If you have any information about this case you are urged to contact – Captain Glenn Hall at the Vermont State Police Headquarters at 802-244-8781. Callers can remain anonymous.