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Patricia Jordan Was Released From Jail & Hasn’t Been Heard From Since
The case involving Patricia Jordan strikes a chord. Almost a year after 24-year-old Mitrice Lavon Richardson disappeared, her skeletal remains were discovered in an isolated area in Malibu Canyon. Her last known whereabouts were at a nearby restaurant where she reportedly behaved erratically, and after refusing to pay for her bill, she was arrested. Authorities impounded her car and detained her for hours before setting her free. She had no purse, no mobile phone, and was reportedly having a mental episode. The Malibu police just released her into the dark of night before her mother could pick her up. Her family searched endlessly through the canyons and demanded answers from authorities. Mitrice’s remains were found seven miles from the police station.
The case of Patricia Jordan has eerie similarities to the tragedy that befell Mitrice, but I hope that her missing person case has a much better outcome. According to reports by Fox 5 News and 11Alive, Patricia was last seen being released from the Fulton County Jail in Georgia on January 10, 2020. The 22-year-old hasn’t been seen or heard from since. Police claim that she “has been diagnosed with diminished capacity, specifically a mania with paranoid depressive tendencies.” Her last known address was reportedly on the 900 block of Rice Street. She’s said to frequent areas around her home in Fairburn, Georgia, as well.
Patricia Jordan is described as being of a petite frame at 5 feet tall and 100 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a green tank top with black and white leggings.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Detectives J. Golphin or T. Fantauzzi at the Atlanta Police Department. Their contact number is 404-546-4235.
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