NM NM - Esther Valdez, 17, Chama, 7 Sept 1984

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  1. Kat

    Kat Kind words do not cost much

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    The Doe Network:
    Case File 2430DFNM

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2430dfnm.html

    Esther Valdez
    Missing since September 7, 1984 from Chama, New Mexico
    Classification: Endangered Missing



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    Vital Statistics

    Date Of Birth: March 26, 1967
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 17 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 4'11"; 110 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Hispanic female. Brown hair; bown eyes.
    Marks, Scars: She has a scar. Ester only has one ear that is pierced.


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    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Esther Valdez was last seen by her friend on a Friday in September 7, 1984.
    Esther Valdez and an older man came to the friends home to invite her to go camping. She said no and they left.
    That's the last time she saw Esther.



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    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

    New Mexico State Police
    505-827-9126
    505-827-9300

    NCMEC #: NCMC1086978

    Source Information:
    My Space
    KRQE
    NCMEC

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/v/valdez_esther.html
    Much more details at Charley Project.

    http://www.myspace.com/esther_valdez

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kkJkRYJd4c

    This news story was broadcast in July 2005.

    Esther is *not* listed in NamUs at this time.

    No archived articles found for Esther at this time.

    Esther has been missing almost 26 years. Come home soon sweetie.
     

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  3. raine1212

    raine1212 Former Member

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  4. msmylov

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    I've been working hard to get the cold case detectives to keep up with my aunts case. When she went missing my grandmother called the sheriffs office for several weeks trying to file a missing persons report, and she was dismissed each time by the Rio Arriba County Sheriff. He would tell her "she's just a teenager, she'll be back." I got her listed with NCMEC, after years and years of being ignored. I have copies of several police reports with "statements" of people who say they were present when she was murdered, yet nothing was ever done with the information, (it also took me several years to get this information, they said in 2006 they had a suspect and didn't want me tipping him off.) At this point I feel like I've hit a brick wall and don't know what else to do.

    Marietta Valdez
     
  5. Laughing

    Laughing Well-Known Member

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    msmylove, consider contacting a moderator to become a verified insider on your aunt's case.

    This is a great site with super people. IF there is information, someone here will find it!

    Best wishes to you & your Aunt & your family,

    :seeya:
     
  6. CastlesBurning

    CastlesBurning New Member

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    I wonder what exactly is meant by "older man"? Esther was 17 - at that age, a 20-year-old is an "older man." Or, it could actually be someone in their thirties, forties or older, in which case, it begs the question as to why he would want to go camping with a teenager. Did Esther perhaps have an older boyfriend?

    Charley Project says that Esther was scheduled to be a witness in an upcoming trial. Sadly, I think this is most likely the cause of her disappearance. I'd like to think that she just ran off of her own volition, but I've read too many stories about people set to testify who mysteriously never made it to the stand.
     

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