St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office is asking your help in solving these Missing Persons.
|NAME: Shannon Marie Hawkins
Reported missing July 31, 2010The Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking the whereabouts of Shannon Marie Hawkins, 35 years of age was reported missing July 31, 2010 from her residence in the 100 block of Nottingham Dr. East in St. Johns. Hawkins is a white female, 5’5″ tall, 135 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Hawkins has left the family residence for extended periods of time in the past, however there has been no contact with her since July 31st.
NAME: ERNEST SCHMIDT
NAME: SABRINA MARIE BRAZEL
NAME: JOHSHUA BRYAN SMITH
NAME: Dorothy Bell Stewart Cummings
Last seen at the Coral Landing Assisted Living Center in St. Augustine, Fl. She walked off from the property on 05/14/1995 and has not been seen since. She Was 81 years old at the time of her disappearance.
GENDER: Female RACE: White HEIGHT: 5’ 5”
NAME: Wilson Jay Mickler
Last seen on October 27, 1979 at the “Green Door” bar off State Road 16 in St. Augustine, Fl. Foul play is suspect in his disappearance.
GENDER: Male RACE: White DOB: 11/29/1956
NAME: Diane Richardson
Last seen in the area of Chapin Street in St. Augustine, Fl on 10/20/1995. Foul play is suspect in her disappearance.
GENDER: Female RACE: White DOB: 12/13/1947
NAME: MARTHA JEAN LAMBERT
Martha Jean Lambert was reported missing in 1985, but her family keeps hope. In November 1985, Martha Jean Lambert, a 12 year old student at Ketterlinus Junior High School in St. Augustine, Florida, disappeared from her mobile home on Kerri Lynn Road. After school Martha went to a friend’s house about 7:30 pm she went home alone. After eating with her brother, Martha told him she was going out. Martha has not been seen since that time. This case is being kept open as a runaway or possible homicide.
GENDER: Female RACE: White DOB: 03/26/1973
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