Hmm… I wonder…

So Adolfo Orozco-Razo, age 16, disappeared from North Augusta, South Carolina on February 24, 2017. He’s classified as a runaway. Then two months later on April 27, and only about seventeen miles away in Aiken, thirteen-year-old Irma Orozco-Razo disappears; she’s also listed as a runaway.

It’s hard to tell from the photos, as Adolfo’s is not of the greatest quality, but I’m guessing these two are siblings.

And in other news, I found yet another person listed as missing on the NCMEC who was found quite awhile go. I’m not sure when she was located, but she was killed in a hit-and-run accident in March.

Sigh. They haven’t removed one of the previous ones I pointed out wasn’t missing anymore; I don’t see the point of calling this in.

6 thoughts on “Hmm… I wonder…

  1. Christie September 26, 2018 / 4:04 pm

    Nuts, I know it happens to us all the time it’s so crazy. We should do a pod cast on all the errors we find. Remember wasn’t it Virginia I had that huge problem with as of late?

  2. marsyao September 26, 2018 / 4:29 pm

    I am reading Edward Ashton Stubbs’s case file: a 15 year old child, travel alone from Texas to North Dakota, working on a construction site, I wonder how could this happened, was he a runaway from his home in Texas, or does the construction job was run by his relative?

  3. marsyao September 26, 2018 / 4:32 pm

    “Jolene Stubbs had put her son on a bus from El Paso to Fargo in early June. He was to work for a construction company with his cousin, who lived in Fargo. The construction company sent the two to Dickinson. Neither Jolene Stubbs nor her sister-in-law, Julie Stubbs, knew the name of the construction company.”

    His mother gave some insight of his case, but still wonder whether it is legal to hire a 15 year old child to work on a construction site

  4. Patrick Kerrigan September 26, 2018 / 9:39 pm

    His mother allows her 15 year old son, with possible mental health issues to travel to Fargo to work on a construction job. She should be charged with something. She trusts him to a cousin who is not identified. We don’t even know his age ir background.

    Also, was this construction company aware of the background of this kid, or his age. They could get in trouble with local labor laws. Also I’m if he gets injured they would really be in deep trouble.

    He gets upset with something and takes off. His mother goes there to report him missing. What about the cousin, he apparently does nothing or take respnsibilty for his cousin.

    What a mess. No one has a clue. Also, there is no mention of his father. Maybe, they are divorced. Maybe he should have had some say on this construction job.

  5. Jessica R. October 3, 2018 / 3:23 pm

    Irma Adolfo Orozco Razo and Adolfo Orozco Razo do not appear to be related. They just have the same last name. Surnames in English hyphenate multiple surnames. In Latinx culture, Orozco is the father’s first surname and Razo is the mother’s first surname – you inherit both of them. The hypen isn’t a thing in Spanish.

    Orozco is a common surname in Spanish.

    Also Irma was pregnant at the time of her disappearance and ran off with her 18 year old boyfriend. They think they may have taken off together for Mexico or Guatemala.

    • Meaghan October 3, 2018 / 4:07 pm

      Thanks for the info! Where’d you get the info for Irma from? I’d like to list them both.

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