MP of the week: Christina Burnett-Pitts

This week’s featured missing person is Christina Carol Burnett-Pitts. She was in her mid-twenties when she disappeared from the Poplar Bluff, Missouri area sometime between Christmastime in 1998 (which is when her family last saw her) and 2000.

She had a transient lifestyle and no fixed address, was involved with drugs including meth, and was reportedly a victim of domestic violence by her husband, who is now deceased. So the circumstances of her disappearance, while unclear, don’t look good.

She has two children who were living with her parents when she disappeared. If still alive, she’d be 46 today. I’m sure her children would like to learn what happened to her.

Thanks for all the lovely comments about my wedding pictures, they made me very happy!

Stay safe, everyone. Happy Thanksgiving.

3 thoughts on “MP of the week: Christina Burnett-Pitts

  1. Patrick Kerrigan November 26, 2020 / 8:52 pm

    I recently researched Brittany Cunningham, and found an address in Georgia. The investigator from Ohio, said the address had been checked.

    He added they lost her in Arizona, but none of the online directories showed an address in Arizona.

    He added she had a drug problem and wax transient. So, I wonder where she and others get the money to just stop and live somewhere, get their drug of choice and then up and move again

    If we could track them through the social service agencies that they might reach out to.

    I keep thinking about the Salvation Army has conducted searches for missing persons almost from the start of their organization.

    They use various social service agencies, government agencies, law enforcement to help them find people.

    One of these days, I am going to ask them what special tools they use. It might be an idea if law enforcement could have them work some of these cases.

  2. Patrick Kerrigan November 26, 2020 / 8:52 pm

    I recently researched Brittany Cunningham, and found an address in Georgia. The investigator from Ohio, said the address had been checked.

    He added they lost her in Arizona, but none of the online directories showed an address in Arizona.

    He added she had a drug problem and wax transient. So, I wonder where she and others get the money to just stop and live somewhere, get their drug of choice and then up and move again

    If we could track them through the social service agencies that they might reach out to.

    I keep thinking about the Salvation Army has conducted searches for missing persons almost from the start of their organization.

    They use various social service agencies, government agencies, law enforcement to help them find people.

    One of these days, I am going to ask them what special tools they use. It might be an idea if law enforcement could have them work some of these cases.

  3. l November 28, 2020 / 11:20 pm

    I appreciate the work you do, Patrick. And I appreciate your concern for others.

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