Federal Investigation Requested In Mitrice Richardson's Disappearance From Lost Hills, Ca. Jail
Mitrice Richardson is a college graduate from California State University of Fullerton, in Psychology, with a 4.00 GPA. Mitrice Richardson has begun the process of acceptance into the Psychology Professional College, Alliant, to pursue her Ph.D. as a Clinical Psychologist, she also happens to be African American and openly gay.
On September 16, 2009, Mitrice Richardson was booked into custody after 10:00 pm, and then released shortly after 12:38am.
Mitrice Richardson had no money, food, water, identification or cell phone and was released to wander in a desolate area of canyons and wildlife which were foreign to her, she was obviously in a depressed state of mind. Mitrice is an African American female and is openly gay, she is loved and supported by her family and friends. Mitrice Richardson is in a crisis and is in danger, support is needed to find her. We are asking for a federal investigation into the whereabouts of Mitrice Richardson to bring her home as well as, to ensure that this does not happen to additional persons.
On September 16, 2009, Mitrice sat at a table with complete strangers whom she allegedly told that she was from Mars and spoke gibberish according to Geoffry's restaurant staff. (Please note the sheriff department determined that she WAS NOT intoxicated.)
Before the arrest was made, Mitrice Richardson's family insisted they would pay the bill and had payment in hand in the form of a debit card, or credit card, whichever the manager, preferred. Payment was declined unless it was done via facsimile, which was not immediately available to Richardson’s 91 year old great-grand mother or, her mother. Subsequently, her car was towed, and she was taken to the Lost Hills division of the Los Angeles Sheriff Department, where she was originally booked for DUI. The charge has been downgraded to failure to pay tab.
Mitrice Richardson was booked into custody after 10:00 pm, and then released shortly after 12:38am. The officer in charge initially told her mother that she would be released at 4:30am. He later told her mother that she was released at 1:30am. (There are many inconsistencies in the police report). The officers were aware Mitrice Richardson was not from the area. The deputy acknowledged that Mitrice Richardson left alone, walking up Agoura Road. The deputy has recanted that statement. The police report has been altered, white out has been used to cover names on the report. Male officers searched Richardson without a female officer being present. Recorded conversations with officers altered, erased, & recording numbers missing. The family was told that Richardson was released due to the overcrowded jail when it was later determined that the population of the jail was, one inmate.
Mitrice Richardson had no money, food, water, identification or cell phone, and was released to wander in a desolate area of canyons and wildlife foreign to her, while obviously in a depressed state of mind. Mitrice Richardson is loved and supported by her family and friends. Mitrice Richardson is in a crisis and is in danger, support is needed to find her. We are asking for a federal investigation into the whereabouts of Mitrice Richardson.