Over 100 Bikers to Join Search for Missing 24-Year Old
Family to Demand Sheriff’s Release Video Tape of Mitrice Richardson
Rally and Biker Caravan in support of finding Mitrice Richardson, Family to Demand L.A. County Sheriff’s Department release video tape of Mitrice Richardson
The family and friends of Mitrice Richardson, community members, over 100 bikers from various South Los Angeles motorcycle clubs
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Intersection of 87th Street and Western Avenue in South Los Angeles (The location of this event has been changed from Malibu to the current location in South Los Angeles due to Malibu’s unwillingness to make allowances for the large groups of people expected to come out and support.)
(LOS ANGELES, CA) –Sunday, November 1, the family, friends, and supporters of Mitrice Richardson will hold a rally demanding the release of the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department’s video of Mitrice Richardson at the intersection of 87th Street and Western Avenue. In addition, with support from over 100 bikers from various South Los Angeles motorcycle clubs, the family will call on the public for help in finding Mitrice after claims from residents of South Los Angeles of seeing her over the past few nights. The reported sightings happened at Manchester Avenue and Denker Street, Manchester and Western avenues and Florence and Western avenues. After the rally and press conference, there will be a caravan to Malibu where Mitrice first went missing.
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.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to her safe return.