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Find Missing Marilyn E Brinson!

Find Missing Marilyn E Brinson!

Find Missing Marilyn E Brinson!
She is missing from home.
When her husband got up in the morning.
Marilyn was gone.
That was sixteen years ago.
Where is Marilyn E. Brinson?

Find Missing Marilyn E Brinson!

Find Missing Marilyn E Brinson! Marilyn E Brinson has been missing since July 16, 2002. She is missing from Kansas City, Missouri. Marilyn E Brinson is classified as an endangered missing person. Her year of birth is 1954. At the time of her disappearance, Marilyn was 47 years old. Her current age is 63 years old. Marilyn E Brinson is an African-American female. She is described as 5’4″ tall and 185 pounds. Her hair is brown and her eyes are brown. When she was last seen, Marilyn was wearing a light pink nightgown.

Marilyn E Brinson has a scar or mark on her nose. Her ears are pierced. Her hair was braided at the time of her disappearance.

Find Missing Marilyn E Brinson!

Marilyn E Brinson had a husband of thirty years. His name is John L. Brinson. John said he last saw her on the night of July 16, 2002. He last saw her at their home. Their home was located in the 2000 block of northeast Russell Road Northland, Kansas. She went to bed as usual. When he woke up the next morning she was gone, and he assumed she went to work, but Marilyn’s wedding ring was left behind on the dresser and then her boss called to ask why she had not arrived.

Police located Marilyn’s car. It is described as a green four-door 1995 Ford Taurus. Police found the car in the middle of 24th Street near Topping Avenue. It had been burned. And a large amount of her blood was found inside the vehicle. It was spattered around and in pools on the dashboard and the passenger seat and floorboards. More of Marilyn’s blood was found in the parking lot of her apartment complex. There was so much blood that she could not have survived.

On August 14, less than a month after Marilyn’s disappearance, John was charged with her murder. Police found his handprint in Marilyn’s blood in the trunk of her car. They believe he injured her, possibly by shooting her, and she bled to death. He may have then disposed of her body in or near the Missouri River.

The couple’s adult sons said Marilyn and John were arguing the night before her disappearance. And John himself stated that shortly before his wife went missing, he had learned that she was having an affair. He maintains his innocence in her case. He was tried in June 2005, but in the middle of the proceedings the judge declared a mistrial.

John was retried in October 2006 and was convicted. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Marilyn worked at a Texaco Star Mart station at U.S. 169. It was located northeast 68th Street in Northland. She worked there at the time of her disappearance. Her husband was a heavy machinery operator. They have four children together.

Foul play is suspected in Marilyn E Brinson’s case due to the circumstances involved.

Find Missing Marilyn E Brinson!

Marilyn E Brinson has been missing for over sixteen years. She is he missing mom of four. It does not matter what she may have done, even if she was carrying on an affair at the time. Killing never solves problems. No one condones extramarital affairs. That may or may not be so. And Marilyn is missing and presumed deceased. Her husband is now behind bars for her murder. But her family need to still know her whereabouts, give her a proper burial, and gain answers. What does her husband know that he won’t reveal? Where is Marilyn E Brinson?

Do you have any information? You may contact the Kansas City Police Department at: (816) 234-5140. You may call 816-234-5136 or e-mail missingperson@kcpd.org. You may contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol Toll-Free Telephone Line at: (800) 877-3452. The Missing Persons Unit provides a toll-free hotline for parents, law enforcement agencies or others to provide information about missing and unidentified persons. You may email: missingpersons@mshp.dps.mo.gov
Agency Case Number: 02065819
NCIC Case Number: N/A
NamUs Case Number: MP#7837

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The above information is found on Marilyn E Brinson’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.

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