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NE SUNNY SRAMEK: Missing from Trenton, NE - 20 April 2019 - Age 18

Discussion in 'Missing 2015 to Present' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Jun 18, 2019.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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    FBI Seeking information on Missing Trenton woman, Sunny Sramek

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    Sunny Sramek, age 18, was last seen on April 20, 2019 in Trenton, NE. Sramek was reported missing to the Hitchcock County Sheriff’s Office on April 21, 2019, by her mother. She was last seen riding in a 2004 White Ford Explorer bearing Iowa license plate HGJ-341. There have been no reported sightings of or contacts from Sramek since her disappearance.


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  2. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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  3. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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    Missing Monday for 58 days, 18-year old Sunny Sramek of Trenton

    The FBI has finally released an official missing poster of the 18-year old girl missing now for 58 days, 18-year old Sunny Sramek of Trenton left her home in April, and has not been heard from since.

    On April 20, 2019, Sunny Sramek left from Trenton, Nebraska, with a male individual, allegedly for a trip to Omaha, but has not been heard from since.

    Sramek was last seen wearing denim shorts and a black tank top and also had in her possession a pair of jeans and a hoodie.

    Sramek was last seen in a 2004 white Ford Explorer bearing Iowa license plate HGJ341.

    Sramek is described as follows:
    Race: Caucasian
    Sex: Female
    Age: 18
    Height: 5ft. 8 inches
    Weight: 183 lbs.
    Hair: Brown
    Eye Color: Blue

    Sramek has a tattoo on her left shoulder of a feather with the letters "FLY". She also has a tattoo on her right ankle of a tribal sun in red ink. Sramek has multiple scars on her body to include a rectangular scar on the back of her right shoulder; a small square-shaped scar in the middle of her upper forehead; scarring on one of her ankles and shin from a bike pedal; scars from the chicken pox on her face; a scar on her left hand at the bottom of her thumb and forefinger; and cuts on her arm.

    Individuals with information concerning the disappearance of Sunny Sramek should immediately contact the Omaha Division of the FBI at (402) 493-8688.

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    Sunny Sramek Missing: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

    1. Sramek Was Traveling with a 42-Year-Old Man Named Cliff Coates

    On April 20, Sramek left Trenton, Nebraska, with a man identified by her family as Cliff Coates, 42. The two were traveling in a 2004 white Ford Explorer with Iowa license plate HGJ 341. Coates has been described by authorities as an acquaintance however, it is unknown how Coates and Sramek knew one another. According to Sramek’s mother, she was accompanying Coates on a trip to pick up his niece in Omaha, approximately 300 miles away.

    On the afternoon of April 20, Sramek contacted her mother to say the trip was going fine. Johnson told authorities there was no indication of a problem. “Sunny’s mom last spoke with Sunny earlier that day around 1 pm – Sunny said they were in Holdrege, Nebraska and everything was good,” a post from family member Reni Blome on the Find Sunny Sramek Facebook page explained.

    According to Johnson, Coates called to say that between 9 p.m. and midnight he’d stopped at the Prairie Flower Casino, a gaming facility owned by the Ponca Tribe and on tribal land in Carter Lake, Iowa, right outside of Omaha. Coates claimed to have left Sramek in the vehicle. Sramek would not have been allowed in the casino since the minimum age for casino gambling in Iowa is 21. When Coates returned to the car he stated that Sramek was missing.

    2. Sramek’s Mother Notified Police the Next Morning

    3. Coates Has Told Two Very Different Versions of What Happened

    Coates initially told Sramek’s mother that he came out of the Prairie Flower Casino, briefly searched for Sramek and then left after he couldn’t find her.

    But Blome stated that Coates wound up having an altogether different recollection of events. “He later changes his story and claimed he was at a gas station, ran in to pay for gas and when he came out she was gone,” Blome said in a May 17 Facebook post. Coates could not recall the gas station.

    According to Sramek’s mother Paula Johnson, the only consistent aspect of his story was that he left both the casino and the gas station without finding her daughter.

    4. Coates Has a Lengthy Criminal History

    A records check shows that a Floyd Clifford Coates, Jr. has a record of criminal activity in Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska.

    In Kansas, he had seven convictions for offenses including the sale and possession of drugs, theft and an attempt to flee or elude police. He also had 25 disciplinary reports for incidents involving battery, lying and having sexually explicit material.

    In Nebraska Coates was convicted of false imprisonment, methamphetamine distribution, possession of a deadly weapon, carrying a concealed weapon, assault by a confined person, theft by receiving stolen property and marijuana possession.

    On June 10, Blome posted the following on the Find Sunny Sramek Facebook page: “I have a little info to share from my aunt. ‘Update: Coates was arrested recently but was bonded soon thereafter. I’m hoping they can learn something/ anything from him, at least he was found.’

    I’m sharing this so ya’ll are aware, but as far as what happened prior to this, or what he was arrested for, that is not being shared by family. Family knows very little regarding his arrest, so please respect the fact that this is all we are sharing at this time. Hopefully the Authorities were able to acquire some answers regarding what happened to Sunny, or her whereabouts.”

    Law enforcement has not publicly named Coates as a suspect in Sramek’s disappearance.

    5. A Go Fund Me Page Has Been Set up


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    State enlists public in battle against human trafficking

    Monday, June 24, 2019

    Despite the bloody American Civil War and centuries of efforts to end slavery, the practice is alive and well in 2019.

    Authorities don’t know that’s what’s involved with the disappearance of an 18-year-old Trenton, Neb., woman, but human trafficking is among the possibilities.

    Sunny Sramek was last seen and heard from in late April when she left with a 42-year-old man, according to reports, and the FBI is seeking any information anyone might have. Call Special Agent Michele Stevenson at the Omaha office, (402) 493-8688 if you know anything.

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