Find Missing Phoenix Coldon!

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Find Missing Phoenix Coldon

Find missing missing Phoenix Coldon!
She is missing out of my state and city!
She was last seen over fives years ago.
Where can she be?

Find Missing Phoenix Coldon!

Find missing Phoenix Coldon! This young woman was last seen on December 11,2011. She vanished out of an unincorporated area of North St. Louis County, MO. (The mother of Phoenix shares that this is NOT part of Spanish Lake). Authorities classify her as Endangered Missing. Phoenix was born on May 23 and was 23 when she went missing. Coldon stands around 5’3 to 5’6″ tall and weighs 125 pounds. Phoenix is an African-American female. Her hair is black, her eyes brown. It is believed that she may be wearing glasses. This young woman has pierced ears.

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What was Phoenix wearing when last seen? She is reported to be wearing a black or dark blue hooded sweatshirt. This young woman was wearing gray sweatpants with the words “Lindenwood” or the letters “UMSL” on one leg. “UMSL” is an acronym for University of Missouri-St.Louis. Yes, it can be an acronym for other things. But Phoenix was a student at Missouri Baptist University. Phoenix was wearing black sneakers.

Find Missing Phoenix Coldon!

Find Missing Phoenix Coldon!

What was Phoenix doing upon her disappearance? Reports say that she was sitting in her car in her driveway. This was in the 12600 block of Countrybrook Drive. This was in an unincorporated area of North St. Louis County. Missouri. (Not in Spanish Lake). On December 18, 2011. Her dad had seen her drive away at 2:00 P.M. And this is the last time Phoenix has been seen. But at 5:30 P.M., her car was found abandoned. Coldon’s car is described as a black, four-door 1998 Chevrolet Blazer. The car has tinted windows and the Missouri License Plate number: KE256V. Phoenix’s car was found at an intersection. in the 900 block of St. Clair Avenue in East St. Louis, Illinois.

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What Happened?

In missing adult cases, their vehicles are often found abandoned. In Coldon’s case, when her car was found, it was still running. The driver’s side was open. No sign of this missing young woman could be discerned from this scene. Simply, she was never heard from again. Police, not realizing that this car was property of a missing person, had the car towed. Phoenix’s mom, according to her public page set up to find her daughter, believes that police should have treated Phoenix as abducted and not as simply missing.

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Family Description

How do phoenix’s loved ones describe her? According to them, she is responsible, intelligent and deeply religious as a young woman. Up until she graduated from high school, Phoenix had been home-schooled. Coldon was able to play multiple musical instruments. In her region, Phoenix was a fencing champion. When Phoenix had turned 18, her mother shares that she was still in high school. After she graduated from high school, she had enrolled in Missouri Baptist University for her freshman college year. Phoenix had lived in college dorms in that University.

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Before She Had Gone Missing

Phoenix has lived with her parents until her her disappearance. They supported her as she lived in dorms at Missouri Baptist University. Later, her parents supported Phoenix when she had moved into an off-campus apartment. This was during her sophomore year at the University. After living in these dorms, she had moved back with her parents. This was in approximately May 2011. It was after two years. However, the year of her disappearance, she did not take any fall semester classes. It seems that little information is available on this missing young women. Despite how her car was found, she is classified as missing under unknown circumstances.

It is believed that she may have traveled to Illinois or to San Francisco, California, after her disappearance. However, Phoenix’s mom shares that there is no evidence of this being true. There are unfounded sightings in not only those areas but in other parts of the U.S. These sightings have been of young women of Phoenix’s description.

Phoenix’s mom had posted on the Facebook page set up for her missing daughter. In it, she voices her wholly understandable frustration with how authorities had handled Phoenix’s case.

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During this same month, Phoenix’s mother also shared her frustration at the so called “missing white girl syndrome” that “afflicts the system. And how it disadvantages missing people of color.

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And Phoenix’s mom wants us all to know what she wants for Mother’s Day.

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Another Example of Unequal Missing Person Searches

It seems that most those missing out of Missouri get limited or no national attention. And if they have Charley Project pages set up for them, it is noted: “Limited information is available on this case.” I’m sure this is true of other states, but I notice it especially about Missouri. AS it is my state. Phoenix is missing out of Missouri. And she is a minority missing adult. Because she is getting inadequate attention, let’s share her posters and her story all the more. If you have seen Phoenix, call 9-1-1 right away! If you have any tips or leads that can help locate her, please contact the St. Louis County Police Department at: (314) 615-5317. Or contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol at: 800-877-3452.

Above information, taken from the Charley Project, has been corrected at request of the family of Phoenix Coldon.

The above information is based on Phoenix Coldon’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. Is is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 2.0 License

The top photo is provided courtesy of the family of Phoenix Coldon.

The second photo is provided courtesy of LostNMissing, Inc. I’m not a partner of or affiliated with LostNMissing, Inc.

I'm a Christian, meaning that I have a relationship with God, through trust in His Son Jesus. Through this website, which is currently the only website I have, It is a full-time job to give myself to this website, which includes updating cases. I seek to broadcast missing people, unidentified people, and crime victims. These include those of all ages, races, religions, and walks of life. If you see something on here that needs an update, please contact me. Thank you.

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