MP of the week: Laurel Rogers

This week’s featured missing person is Laurel Lea Rogers, a 28-year-old woman who disappeared from Port Orange, Florida on February 1, 2010. She’s described as white, with light brown hair, blue eyes, pierced ears, several moles on her back, scars on her wrists, and scars and bruising on her arms and legs. She’s tall, somewhere bweetn 5’7 and 5’10, and weighed somewhere between 150 and 166 pounds at the time of her disappearance. The Charley Project page has a detailed description of her clothes and a photo of her wearing said clothes.

Unfortunately Laurel had a lot of problems in her life, most notably health problems which caused chronic pain. She had to take ten different prescription medicines each day, and she doesn’t have her medicine with her; without it she will eventually die. She would sometimes buy drugs on the street if her legitimate prescriptions weren’t helping out her pain.

Given her state of health, I think it’s unlikely she’s still alive, unless she’s somehow getting her medicine under another name. Which is possible I suppose. Whenever illicit drugs are a factor in a case you have to consider foul play.

I hope everyone is doing well. I’ve been really tired lately and feeling down on myself. I think I’ve got a bit of seasonal depression; I think things will pick up when the weather gets warmer and sunnier. February is such a terrible month in the midwest.

6 thoughts on “MP of the week: Laurel Rogers

  1. James Christ February 21, 2023 / 8:43 pm

    I live in LaLa land California, and anytime it gets cloudy for like two days, the blues hits me. I see it happening over and over and I just wade through it, knowing that brighter days are on the horizon.

  2. Susanne February 22, 2023 / 7:06 am

    I noticed the January updates are gone. When you click them the February updates appear.

  3. Doris P February 27, 2023 / 12:12 am

    I have seasonal disorder also. Even though I live near Houston we have lots of rain and it was cool earlier this month. I need sunshine. I pray you get better.

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