Police renew request for tips in woman’s 2015 disappearance 

Police are once again asking for the public’s help and are offering a reward for information into solving the 2015 disappearance of Sharonda Morrison. 

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Morrison, whose last known address was in Dayton, was first reported missing in December 2015, after she was facing charges in Portsmouth, Ohio, Dayton police Detective Zachariah Hastings said in a press release issued Friday. Morrison’s mother said the last time she had contact with her daughter was in September 2015, a day before she was due in court on the drug charges. 

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“Ms. Morrison initially thought Sharonda was afraid and was running from law enforcement, but after time passed without hearing from her, she feared (Sharonda) may have been the victim of a violent crime to keep her testimony silent,” Hastings said. 

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“Dayton Police Detectives have received information that would indicate Sharonda Morrison may be in danger or may have been the victim of violence.” 

Sharonda, who is 21-years-old, was 19 when she was last seen by her family. She is described as a black female, five-foot four-inches tall, 150 pounds, with a large tattoo on her chest. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact Miami Valley Crime Stoppers at 937-222-STOP. 

Your identity will remain anonymous and you could receive a reward of $2,500 if your information leads law enforcement to Sharonda. 


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