KIMBERLY CHRISTINE MILEO: Case Summary MISSING FROM: CROOM, MARYLAND. FOUL PLAY IS SUSPECTED Kimberly Christine Mileo, born 12 June 1962, was last seen alive in Croom, Maryland on 9 June 1983. She was the daughter of Michael Mileo, and at the time lived with him and her step mother in Kettering (Largo), Maryland. She had previously lived in Croom through Middle School. She was white, 4 feet 11 inches tall, weighed 98 pounds, slender build, and had light brown shoulder length hair. She was last seen wearing a white tube top, black shorts, white sandals, and was carrying a white wind breaker jacket. Kim had spent Wednesday, 8 June 1983 at the home of her girl friend, Kim Easley, age 20. The two girls had known each other since early childhood. The Easley family had obtained tickets to the upcoming Beach Boys Concert scheduled for the fourth of July 1983, and they planned to give them to Kim Mileo as a 21st birthday present at a party which they were planning for the following weekend. With them that day was Kim Mileo's boy friend, Dana Hudson, age 24, who lived with his parents only a mile up the road. The three of them spent part of the day sitting around the Easley pool and later all three went for a drive in the rural setting of Croom, all arriving back at the Easley home later that afternoon. Croom is a small country village about 20 miles south of Washington, DC. Easley remembered that Kim "had been fighting with Dana a little, but it was nothing serious." At 11:00 PM, Kim left with Dana to go to his parents' house and horse farm at 16411 Mount Calvert Road, in Croom. Kim's last words to her friend Easley were, "Call me in the morning." When Easley called the Mileo home the next morning and asked for Kim, she was informed that Kim had not returned from her trip to Croom. Kim's father, Michael called the Hudson home and spoke with Dana Hudson. Dana claimed to have no knowledge of Kim's whereabouts, but did offer that she "seemed suicidal" to him the day before. Kim's parents reported her as missing to Prince Georges County Police later that same day (Thursday, 9 June 1983). All further word on Kim's whereabouts comes from members of the Hudson family. Kim was said to have been in their house with Dana that evening. They stated that she left for home at 2:30 AM, that being the time that Dana's father, Mr. Donald Hudson, said that he was awakened by the sound of her car's broken muffler. A search and investigation was begun. On Friday, 10 June, Dana Hudson was questioned by police. Later that day, Dana and a friend left town without telling anyone where they were going. When Dana returned two days later, he claimed to have driven to Ocean City, Maryland, "to look for Kim." Kim's car was a gray 1972 Chevrolet Vega with Maryland tags ADG-075. It was found abandoned near 16301 Croom Road on Saturday, 11 June by Dana Hudson's brother Greg and/or a friend. It's location was 9 miles south of the intersection of Croom Road and Mount Calvert Road - in the opposite direction that Kim would have taken to drive home. When police began to question why the car had gone unnoticed for two days before Greg Hudson found it, another friend of the Hudson family came forth to state that he had seen it at 3:15 AM Thursday in the same place where it was later found by Greg Hudson. The car, when checked by police, was found to be locked. Kim's purse was inside and there were no apparent signs of a struggle or injury. It was in a working condition. A large scale search for Kim was conducted in the area that the car was found, but it turned up no trace of Kim. On Sunday, 12 June 1983, Dana Hudson was given a lie detector test, which he failed. He was then aggressively interrogated, but would not admit any guilt or responsibility in Kim's disappearance. On 30 June 1983, Dana's younger brother, Todd was picked up by police and interrogated for several hours before being released at 4:00 AM on 1 July. Since that day, the Hudson family has refused any interviews or assistance in the case, and has referred all inquiries to their lawyer. Kimberly Christine Mileo's disappearance was officially classified as a Homicide, but without a body, or other physical evidence, no one was charged and the case remains unsolved.