Friday, July 13, 2007

Girl Missing In Montura

LABELLE, FL. -- The Hendry County Sheriff's Office would like your assistance in attempting to locate a missing Juvenile. A juvenile female has been reported missing from the Montura area of Hendry County.

Natasha Ivette Perez, an Hispanic Female, Age 14, 5 ft. 2 in. tall, 200 lbs., Long Black Hair/Possibly in a Pony Tail, Brown Eyes.

She has been missing since May 30, 2007. Anyone with information as to her location, please contact the Hendry County Sheriff's Office at 863-674-4060 or 863-983-1440.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:27 PM

    Well lets see,
    First of all our hearts go out to the family of this girl.
    That being said:
    It does not take an investigator to be a rocket scientist to know that he probably needs to look no further than the yellow Hummmer household and take the other girl's story with a grain of salt. If the other girl that eventully "returned home" is indeed the doughter of the yellow Hummer lady then there is likely more to this story.
    The problem is that no one actually investigates anything of importance unless a citizen has already obtained actual evidence and even then it can not conflict with the drug dealers, money skimmers, or even the people that benefit from these scumbags in Montura.
    Montura is absolutely lawless. It is PROTECTED. It is defended by an army of ignorant misfits benefiting from the local drug dealing, racketeering, land fraud, and corruption. Everyone including the Law knows who the criminals are, but yet no one touches them.