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Lashaunda Washington, 19: Went Missing From Phoenix In 2000

Lashaunda Washington, 19: Went Missing From Phoenix In 2000

There aren’t many details available in regards to Lashaunda Washington or her missing person case. What is known is that the 19-year-old vanished from Phoenix, Arizona on August 17, 2000. The last time anyone saw her was around the 200 block of West Madison Street 10:12 p.m. Why she was at that location at that time is unclear. It has been noted in her file that she’s known to frequent South 28th Street and East Illini Street.

Lashaunda Delavon Washington

It’s been 20 years since anyone has seen or heard from Lashaunda, and while it seems that the case has gone cold, she still deserves to be recognized.

One quick look at Lashaunda’s photos and you can tell that she has endured a few hardships in her life. However, there is just about nothing known about her, at least not shared publicly, and she seemingly vanished without a news report or update about her case.

Additionally, her familial and social relationships are unknown. It is unclear if she was dating anyone when she vanished or if she had children.

Lashaunda Delavon Washington

Lashaunda Delavon Washington
Age Progression Artist Rendering

At the time of her disappearance, Lashaunda Washington is described as being 5 feet 4 inches to 5 feet 6 inches tall and 95 to 105 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She has a few distinguishable marks including scars on her leg, right cheek, and back. One of Lashaunda’s middle fingers is bent from a gunshot wound. She also has a number of tattoos: “Lashaunda,” “Yoral,” and “Starr.” Her nickname was “Predator” and she also used the first name “Lashaundra” or the last name “Wilson.” Her middle name is

Lashaunda Delavon Washington“Delavon.”

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Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Phoenix Police Department at 602-262-6151 or their local authorities. The agency case number is 2000-01633950.

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