Mitrice Richardson Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband, Family, Net Worth

Mitrice Richardson Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Death of Mitrice Richardson was a 24-year-old African-American woman who went missing on September 17, 2009, after police claim she was released from a jail in Calabasas, California, where she had been taken after behaving erratically at a restaurant. She was missing for 11 months before being found deceased in August 2010 by park rangers.

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Mitrice Richardson Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth September 17, 2009
Birth Day September 17
Birth Years 2009
Age 36 years old
Birth Place California
Birth City
Birth Country United States of America
Nationality American
Famous As death of American woman
Also Known for death of American woman
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Occupation death of American woman

Famously known by the Family name Mitrice Lavon Richardson, is a great death of American woman. She was born on September 17, 2009, in California. is a beautiful and populous city located in California United States of America.

Death of Mitrice Richardson Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Mitrice Richardson was the daughter of Latice Sutton and Michael Richardson. She was raised by her mother and stepfather Larry Sutton in Covina, California.

Richardson obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology in 2008 from California State University, Fullerton, after graduating from South Hills High School in West Covina, California.

Richardson was an open lesbian, and at the time of her death, had been dating girlfriend Tessa Moon for about two years.She had also competed as a beauty pageant contestant, worked as an intern for a forensic psychologist and part-time as a dancer in an LGBT strip club.

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Mitrice Lavon Richardson Net Worth

Mitrice Lavon Richardson has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which she earned from her occupation as death of American woman. Popularly known as the death of American woman of United States of America. She is seen as one of the most successful death of American woman of all times. Mitrice Lavon Richardson Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful American death of American woman.

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Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Life Story & Timeline

2016

On December 30, 2016, the California Attorney General’s office concluded that there was insufficient evidence to support criminal prosecution of anyone involved in the handling of the case.

2015

Richardson’s family also asked the California Attorney General’s office to review the sheriff’s office’s handling of the case. In November 2015, after reviewing 500 pages of documents sent with the request, the office of California then-Attorney General Kamala Harris replied that it had not found any grounds for criminal charges against the sheriff or his deputies. The Attorney General’s office also found no evidence that the sheriff’s office had mishandled Richardson’s family’s complaint against it. However, in January 2016, the California Attorney General’s office reversed itself and announced it was beginning a criminal investigation of the case.

2012

Richardson’s disappearance was covered on an episode of Disappeared on the Investigation Discovery channel, entitled “Lost in the Dark”; it first aired on November 19, 2012, as the season 6 premiere.

2011

Richardson’s parents have maintained that their daughter should never have been released on her own by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, given her obviously disturbed condition. In 2011, the Richardson family settled the civil lawsuit with L.A. County privately for $900,000. In January 2017, the California Attorney General’s office concluded an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Richardson’s release from jail and decided not to bring charges against anyone involved in her release.

Richardson’s family has filed several lawsuits against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for releasing her from jail even though, they claim, she was experiencing severe bipolar disorder at the time. In 2011, her parents, who had sued separately, were awarded $450,000 each. Richardson’s girlfriend, Tessa Moon, refutes claims that Richardson had any mental illness.

2010

On January 9, 2010, four months after she was reported missing, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department conducted one of the largest-scale searches in the history of the department. Over 300 volunteers trained in search and rescue operations participated in the 18-square-mile (47 km²) search in the area of Malibu Canyon. The search included both air and ground searches of creeks, trails, and ridges. Richardson was not found during this search.

Maurice DuBois, father of slain Escondido, California, teen Amber Dubois, assisted Richardson’s family in a two-day search on June 5 and 6, 2010, in the Monte Nido area of Malibu Canyon. Over 100 private-citizen volunteers participated in the search of the area. Although Richardson’s remains were not discovered, searchers found racially and sexually offensive graffiti on the walls of a culvert in the canyon. The graffiti was freshly painted and paint cans, brushes and other potential evidence were left at the scene.

2009

On the evening of September 16, 2009, Richardson entered the parking lot of Geoffrey’s restaurant in Malibu. Due to what staff and patrons at the restaurant described as “bizarre” behavior and the fact that she was unable to pay her $89 bill, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department from the Malibu/Lost Hills Station was called to assess her condition. The officers on the scene purportedly administered a field sobriety test and determined that she was not intoxicated and not under the influence of any substance. She was arrested on charges of “suspicion of not paying for the meal” and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Although Richardson’s mother informed the station of concern for her daughter’s mental health, and despite promises from the station personnel that she would not be released until later in the morning, Richardson was released on September 17, 2009, at 12:28 AM with no belongings and no means of calling for assistance. Steve Whitmore, spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, said Richardson was released from jail because “She exhibited no signs of mental illness or intoxication. She was fine. She’s an adult.”

Mitrice appeared on the cover of People magazine in November 2009.

2008

Richardson obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology in 2008 from California State University, Fullerton, after graduating from South Hills High School in West Covina, California.

1985

Mitrice Lavon Richardson (born April 30, 1985 – remains found August 9, 2010) was a 24-year-old American woman who went missing on September 17, 2009, after being released from a jail in Calabasas, California, where she had been taken after behaving erratically at a restaurant. She was missing for 11 months before being found deceased in August 2010 by park rangers who were in the area to inspect a marijuana grow site.