15 Days and Counting in the Disappearance of Mitrice Richardson

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It’s been 15 days since the disappearance of Mitrice Richardson.

A Cal State Fullerton graduate who was living with her great-grandmother in South Los Angeles, Mitrice Richardson mysteriously disappeared following her September 17 predawn release from a sheriff’s substation near Malibu where she was booked
for allegedly failing to pay a restaurant bill.

The family and attorney Leo Terrerll are asking for the community to call the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department in Malibu to demand more be done to help find her and for accountability from the Sheriff’s Department in Mitrice’s disappearance.

I’m going to take it a step further and apologize in advance to Captain Martin, but this isn’t about personal relationships, this is about professional accountability and finding Mitrice.

Call to Action

Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department
Station Phone: 818-878-1808

Email Cap. Thomas G. Martin directly at tgmartin@lasd.org.

The family of Mitrice is requesting volunteers to go out to the Agoura Hills area to assist in resident flier handout in that area.
Please contact Ronda Hampton if you can help any day this week and she will coordinate. Thank you in advance.

Contact Dr. Ronda Hampton at drrondahampton@yahoo.com.

The Court of Public Opinion