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AL BRENDA GREEN: Missing from Brookwood, AL - 2 July 1988 - Age 15

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    Akoya Bronze Member

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    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/2351/71/

    NamUs MP # 2351
    Brenda Green
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    Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
    15 year old white female

    Case Report - NamUs MP # 2351

    Case Information
    Status Missing
    First name Brenda
    Middle name Kay
    Last name Green
    Nickname/Alias
    NCMEC number 768065
    Date last seen July 02, 1988 00:00
    Date entered 06/17/2009
    Age last seen 15 to 15 years old
    Age now 44 years old
    Race White
    Ethnicity
    Sex Female
    Height (inches) 62.0
    Weight (pounds) 106.0

    Circumstances
    City Brookwood
    State Alabama
    Zip code 35444
    County Tuscaloosa
    Circumstances
    Brenda was last seen leaving her home with a male companion. She has not been seen since and is considered at risk as lost, injured, or otherwise missing.

    Physical
    Hair color Brown
    Head hair
    Brenda's hair may be dyed blonde.

    Left eye color Brown
    Right eye color Brown

    Scars and marks
    Brenda has a scar on her left eyebrow.

    Clothing
    White tank top, blue jeans that were signed with a marker
    Footwear
    white tennis shoes

    Dental
    Status: Dental information / charting is available and entered

    DNA
    Status: Sample submitted - Tests complete

    Fingerprint Information
    Status: Fingerprint information is available and entered

    Investigating Agency
    Title Commander
    First name Dale
    Last name Phillips
    Phone 205-752-0616
    Website
    Case number 92051583
    Date reported
    Jurisdiction County
    Agency Tuscaloosa County Sheriff Department
    Address 1 714 1/2 Greensboro Avenue
    Address 2
    City Tuscaloosa
    State Alabama
    Zip code 35401
     
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    www.doenetwork.org/cases/214dfal.html

    214DFAL - Brenda Kay Green
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    Right: Age-progressed by NCMEC to age 34 (circa 2006)

    Name: Brenda Kay Green
    Case Classification: Endangered Missing
    Missing Since: July 2, 1988
    Location Last Seen: Brookwood, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

    Physical Description
    Date of Birth: November 7, 1972
    Age: 15 years old
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Height: 5'2"
    Weight: 106 lbs.
    Hair Color: Brown, may have been dyed blonde.
    Eye Color: Brown
    Distinguishing Marks/Features: She has a scar on her left eyebrow.

    Identifiers
    Dentals: Available
    Fingerprints: Available
    DNA: Available

    Clothing & Personal Items
    Clothing: White tank top, blue jeans that were signed with a marker, and white tennis shoes.
    Jewelry: Unknown
    Additional Personal Items: Unknown

    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Brenda Kay Green was last seen at a residence across from Hosmer's Grocery on Highway 216 in the Abernant community. She told her mother she was going to visit friends in Abernant, about 10 miles northeast of Brookwood. She never came home. She was in the company of an unidentified male. Foul play is suspected.

    Investigating Agency(s)
    Agency Name: Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office
    Agency Contact Person: Missing Persons Unit
    Agency Phone Number: 205-752-0616

    Agency Case Number: 92051583

    Agency Name: Alabama Center for Missing and Exploited Children
    Agency Contact Person: N/A
    Agency Phone Number: 334-353-1172
    E-Mail
    Agency Case Number: Unknown

    NCIC Case Number: M129841655
    NamUs Case Number: 2351
    NCMEC Case Number: 768065

    Information Source(s)
    NamUs
    NCMEC
    Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office

    Admin Notes
    Added: Prior to 2011; Last Updated: 10/15/15
     
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    http://wvua23.com/remembering-americas-missing-children/

    REMEMBERING AMERICA’S MISSING CHILDREN
    BY WVUA 23 ON MAY 25, 2016

    It’s National Missing Children’s Day, which serves to remind U.S. residents of children who have gone missing and have not yet been found. At least one among the thousands of unsolved cases comes from Tuscaloosa County.

    It’s been nearly 30 years since anyone has seen or heard from Brenda Kay Green of Brookwood. She was just 15 when she went missing on July 2, 1988.

    That day, she left her home on what is now Milldale Road in Brookwood, wearing a white tank top, blue jeans and white tennis shoes. Her parents dropped her off at a residence across from Hosmer’s Grocery earlier in the day, and that same evening Brenda called her mother and said she was at her friend Susan’s house. But events got confusing from there. Susan told Brenda’s mother that Brenda never came to her house, and that the two hadn’t spoken in days.

    Over the years, there have been numerous leads, but nothing pinpointing what happened to Brenda. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children last released an age progression photo of her in 2007, but her family said they have a hard time believing she’s still alive.

    “The wondering and the unanswered questions are hard,” said sister Cindy Hall. “And it was really hard on my mother. The battled cancer, and it was something that I wish could have been resolved before her death.”

    If you have any information on this or any other missing child case, call the Tuscaloosa Metro Homicide Unit at 205-752-0616 or 1-800-THE-LOST (843-5678).
     
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    https://app.alea.gov/community/wfAlertFlyer.aspx?ID=70cba473-3dc5-4954-be4e-1e3d6c2f4853


    Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
    Community Information Center


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    Category: Involuntary
    Status: Active
    Case Number: 92051583
    Date Issued: 07/02/1988
    Comments: On July 2, 1988, Brenda was last seen leaving her home with a male companion in Brookwood, Alabama. She has not been seen since. She is considered at risk as lost, injured, or otherwise missing. Her hair may be dyed blonde and she has a scar on her left eyebrow. ANYONE HAVING ANY INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT THE ALABAMA BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN UNIT.
    Contact Information
    Contact: Investigators
    Phone: (205) 752-0616
    Alternate Contact: ACMEC
    Alternate Phone: (800) 228-7688
    Person Information
    Status: Missing
    Name: Green ,Brenda Kay
    Gender: Female
    Race: White
    Eye Color: Brown
    Hair Color: Brown
    Height: 5'2
    Weight: 106 lbs.
    Current Age: 44 Year(s)
    Age Last Seen: 0
    Location Last Seen: Alabama
    NCIC Number: M129841655
    Comments: On July 2, 1988, Brenda was last seen leaving her home with a male companion in Brookwood, Alabama. She has not been seen since. She is considered at risk as lost, injured, or otherwise missing. Her hair may be dyed blonde and she has a scar on her left eyebrow. ANYONE HAVING ANY INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT THE ALABAMA BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN UNIT.
     
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    Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
    Missing Since: July 2, 1988 from Brookwood, Alabama
    Classification: Endangered Missing
    Date Of Birth: November 7, 1972
    Age: 15 years old
    Height and Weight: 5'2, 106 pounds
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Green may dye her hair blonde, as shown in one of the photographs above. She has a scar on her left eyebrow.

    Details of DisappearanceGreen departed from her family's residence in Brookwood, Alabama on July 2, 1988. She was accompanied by an unidentified male at the time. Green told her mother she was going to visit friends who lived in Abernant, Alabama, approximately ten miles northeast of her family's home. Green was last seen at a residence across the street from Hosmer's Grocery on Highway 216 in Abernant later during the day. She was dropped off by one of her friends at the house to visit other friends, but her friends weren't home and Green's driver left her standing on the doorstep. She has never been heard from again. Authorities believe she disappeared under suspicious circumstances. Her case remains unsolved.

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office
    205-752-0616


    http://charleyproject.org/case/brenda-kay-green

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    http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/article/DA/20020826/News/606113720/TL/

    Girl's disappearance haunts parents
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    By Stephanie Taylor

    One summer night in July 1988, Brenda Kay Green left her Brookwood home and never returned. Fourteen years later, hers is the only missing-person case from Tuscaloosa County that remains unsolved.

    Brenda's parents, Larry and Betty Green, say they have given up hope that their daughter will be found alive.

    "We thought she was alive for a long time; now we just assume she is dead," Betty Green said Friday.

    Fifteen-year-old Brenda left her home in Brookwood the afternoon of July 2, 1988. Her friend Wayne Dickey dropped her off at a home where some friends lived across from Hosmer's Grocery on Alabama Highway 216.

    Dickey later told police that the friends weren't home and that he left her waiting on the front steps.

    "Brenda called home around 9:30 p.m. and said she would be gone awhile longer. That's the last I heard from her, and she never returned," her mother wrote in a statement to The Tuscaloosa News.

    It is not believed that Brenda was kidnapped. She is listed as missing and endangered.

    "A lot of time has passed with no word from her. That in itself is not a good sign," said Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit commander Lt. Loyd Baker.

    He said there were no suspects in her disappearance.

    "[Investigators] interviewed everyone who was involved with her; there was no evidence to show that they were involved [in her disappearance]," he said.

    Betty Green said she and her husband were frustrated with the way the case was handled by authorities and the media.

    "I feel that the Sheriff's department and the Youth Aid department did not do an adequate job searching for her in the beginning," she said.

    She said officers treated the case as that of a runaway teenager, not a missing person.

    "Yes, she had a history of/srunning away as they classified it, but they did not know my daughter; they only went by the hearsay of other children," she said.

    "She wasn't a runaway. She got mad at us a couple of times and left when she did not get her way. She was never hard to find; a couple of calls and we knew where she was."

    Baker was working in the Sheriff's Office's juvenile division when the 10-year anniversary of Brenda's disappearance came up in 1998.

    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children released an age-progression photograph of Brenda that showed how she would look at age 26.

    The photograph was seen in millions of homes across the country when her image appeared on an "ADVO" card �mass-mailed postcards that feature missing children.

    The photograph generated hundreds of leads, but none that proved helpful. A file on Green at the Sheriff's office contains a 3-inch stack detailing every call that was received.

    A caller from Amarillo, Texas, said she saw Brenda working at an amusement park at a concession stand across from a log ride.

    Another caller from Florida had seen her at a convention for Mary Kay cosmetics consultants. A woman in Ohio said she had cut Brenda's hair, and a caller from San Diego thought he had seen her on the "Jerry Springer" show.

    A few callers reported seeing Brenda on airline flights. Investigators subpoenaed airline records, but none indicated Brenda had traveled on the planes.

    Brenda's picture appears on the Center for Missing and Exploited Children's Web site and ADVO cards that are mailed across the country.

    Leads occasionally come in, Baker said. The most recent call was about a month ago from someone who thought they recognized her.

    Baker said that Tuscaloosa investigators who receive those calls contact law enforcement officials in that area who check out the lead. Brenda's dental records are on file and shared with other agencies when unidentified women matching her description are found dead.

    The Greens say they still hope they will one day know what happened to their daughter.

    "I do not think my child just vanished off the face of the earth," Betty Green said. "We have no closure, only assumption. If anyone has any information, please contact the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office or Tuscaloosa County Youth Aid. We greatly appreciate any help available."

    Reach Stephanie Taylor at 345-0505, Ext. 258, or stephanie.taylor@tuscaloosanews.com.
     
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    https://www.tcsoal.org/help-solve-crime/cold-cases

    Sheriff Ron Abernathy

    Cold Cases

    MISSING PERSON - Brookwood 1988 - Brenda Kay Green

    Brenda Kay Green, at 15 at the time of her disappearance, has been missing from Brookwood Alabama since July 1988. She was dropped off at a friend's house in a rural part of Tuscaloosa County (Brookwood) on July 2, 1988. The friend was not at home so she stayed at the house to wait. He mother received a telephone call from her later that day but never saw her again. If you have any information that may help in this case, call Tuscaloosa Metro Homicide Unit at 205-464-8691 or email at Homicide@tuscco.com
     
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    http://blog.al.com/tuscaloosa/2013/05/tuscaloosa_county_missing_pers.html

    Several west Alabama residents reported missing over the years still sought
    May 10, 2013

    TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- With the recent rescue in Cleveland of three woman held captive for a decade after being reported missing, local disappearances are getting another look.

    The Department of Justice's National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, or NamUs, has 133 Alabama missing person cases listed in its nationwide registry.

    The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office this week posted on its social media accounts links to information about two people who went missing in the county and have not yet been located. Sheriff's Office spokesman Lt. Andy Norris said that the attention on the case in Cleveland could lead to increased interest from citizens in local missing person cases.

    "It's our opportunity to remind them of people who are missing, and hopefully jog their memory," Norris said Wednesday. "If they see something, no matter how minute or how inconsequential they may think it is, they may call us and give us a tip. Maybe that tip will be the one that brings that person back."

    Brenda Kay Green was 15 when she disappeared after leaving her home with a male acquaintance in the Abernant area on July 2, 1988.

    She is 5-foot, 2-inches tall and 106 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Her hair may be dyed blonde and she has a scar on her left eyebrow.

    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has provided an age-progressed photo simulation for Green, who would be 40 now.



     
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    http://z10.invisionfree.com/usedtobedoe/ar/t8907.htm

    http://www.tcsoal.org/missing.php?id=7&start=0

    Sex: F
    Race: White
    Height: 5' 2"
    Weight: 106
    Hair: Brn
    Eyes: Brn
    Date of Birth: 11/7/1972
    Missing Date: 7/2/1988
    Comments:
    Brenda Kay Green was last seen on July 2, 1988 in the Abernant area of Tuscaloosa County. She was 15 years old. She was supposedly dropped off at a residence on Hwy 216 in the Abernant community by a male acquaintance . She has not been seen or heard from since. If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Brenda Green. Please call the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office at 205-752-0616
     
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    That day, she left her home on what is now Milldale Road in Brookwood, wearing a white tank top, blue jeans and white tennis shoes.

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    Milldale Rd, Brookwood, AL 35444
     
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    Brenda Kay Green was last seen at a residence across from Hosmer's Grocery on Highway 216 in the Abernant community, where her parents dropped her off.

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    I wonder what's up with her Parents dropping her off at a House and nothing to come of that. I would think the Police would find out who the Owner or Renter is and Persue them.
     
  18. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Gone without a trace? Misery, mystery linger in these Alabama missing child cases

    The agency lists more than 40 teens and children as active missing persons cases in Alabama, many dating back decades. Many of them are believed to be victims of foul play. Here is a look at some of them:


    Brenda Kay Green disappeared on July 2, 1988, at 15. She left her family’s home in Brookwood with a male friend and told her mother she was going to visit friends in Abernant, about 10 miles away. She was last seen that day at a home on Highway 216. Her friend dropped her off there. Though the people she was going to visit weren’t home, she wanted to wait for them and was last seen standing at the front door. She called her mother to say she wouldn’t be home until later. She was never heard from again. She had run away previously but didn’t stay gone long. Police believe foul play was involved in her disappearance.

    https://www.al.com/news/birmingham/...ger-in-these-alabama-missing-child-cases.html
     

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