National Hispanic Heritage Month: Suzie Ruiz

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month I’m featuring a Hispanic missing person every day from September 15 to October 15. Today’s case is Suzie Felan Ruiz, a 36-year-old woman who disappeared from San Antonio, Texas on December 16, 2006.

She told her family she was going out to a party, but the police think she was actually going out to buy drugs when she disappeared. Her car turned up abandoned in a field, with its plates removed, which doesn’t sound good at all.

2 thoughts on “National Hispanic Heritage Month: Suzie Ruiz

  1. JustinChristoph September 18, 2018 / 1:21 am

    I remember watching this TV news program many years ago before “The First 48” ever aired that was showing a police investigation. I can’t remember which State it was, but it was in the Southwest. They had found scattered skeletal remains in a vacant lot and were commenting that it could be a natural death or death by misadventure. Then they found duct tape that had been wrapped around itself multiple times like they were securing someones limbs and their comments changed to “Oh, this is not good at all”. They eventually identified the remains through dental records as a woman who disappeared after she was kidnapped by her ex-boyfriend, who later committed suicide.

  2. Patrick Kerrigan September 18, 2018 / 7:54 pm

    It was nice of them to quickly change their mind after seeing the duct tape. LE quite often has a mindset.

    A number of years ago, an 11 year old boy disappeared from his home in a suburb of Chicago. The police quickly decided that he ran away. Also, the family was actually moving from Illinois to either Kentucky or Tennessee.

    However, someone found the boy deceased and he had been stabbed at least 23 times. It appears that some local thugs had broken into the house to burglarize and stumbled upon the boy. So one of them decided to eliminate him.

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