Judith Brown – April 6, 1977 – Queens, NY

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Missing:  Judith Anne Brown

Case:  Missing  

Nickname:  None

Missing From:  Queens, New York

Missing Date:  April 6, 1977

Race:  Caucasian         Sex:  Female

Age at Time Missing:  19 years

Age in 2014:  
56 years

Height:  5’4″ (per family)

Weight:  125 lbs. (per family)

Hair Color:  Sandy blonde hair (Medium to shoulder-length)

Eye Color:  Green

Other:  Extra tooth on bottom front row facing back toward tongue; right-handed

Police Agency: NYS ViCAP, Detective Kim Law @ 518-464-7144

Case Number: NYV201300023,      NamUs MP #:  3070

Circumstance: At the time of her disappearance, Judith was an out patient at Hillside Medical Center and was staying with her aunt who lived in Queens. She met Richard E. Reisenberg during a visit to Creedmoor Psychiatric Center. Richard was there for the murder of his wife and son in 1971. Judith went missing with Richard on April 6, 1977. The New York Times, November 1, 1977, “Creedmoor’s Open Gates at Center of Controversy” talks about how Reisenberg was able to escape the institution.

 

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Richard E. Reisenberg

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