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On the Road to Remember Tour Connecticut Event

 

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To date, NamUs, The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, lists approximately 164 registered missing from Connecticut.  Other sources are claiming 300+.  The true number may be somewhere in between.

ALL families in Connecticut that have a missing person or unsolved homicide are invited to attend. The event is FREE and open to the public.

Please bring pictures, posters, or any mementoes of your loved one to share with the public and the media.

Cue Center for Missing Persons registered cases from Connecticut include:

  • Bernadine Paul, from Waterbury, age 38. Missing since year 2000. Circumstances – She went missing at a retail store after making a bank withdrawal.
  • Evelyn Frisco, from New Haven, age 42. Missing since 2004. Circumstances – Following a court appearance she was never seen again. (The nature of the court appearance is unknown to this writer.)
  • Mary Badarraco, from Sherman, age 53. Missing since 1984. Circumstances – Former husband, Dominic Badarraco, is a person of interest in this case and was also more recently charged with bribing a judge on unrelated charges.
  • William P. Smolinski, Jr.  from Waterbury, age 31. Missing since 2004. Circumstances – Last Seen at his home in the vicinity of the 100 block of Holly St. in Waterbury, CT. All of his personal belongings were left behind.

 Location Sponsor:

Amid the backdrop of tradition, respect, proud history of service, and numerous collectible keepsakes, we hold our On the Road to Remember event on the grounds of the Connecticut State Police Museum (The oldest State Police force in the country!)

Museum Promo

Connecticut State Police Museum

 

Details:

Connecticut State Police Museum

294 Colony Street Meriden, CT – (Leo J. Mulcahy Complex)

Director: Jerry Longo

Event with the Cue Center Staff and Families begins at 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

Museum Tours available beginning at 9:30 a.m. to approximately 2:00 p.m.

Museum Phone: Call 203.440.3858 for appointments and tour information.

Contact On-Line Form: http://www.cspmuseum.org/contact/onlineform.asp

Media has been invited to interview family members and bring more awareness to all missing person’s cases from our area.

Join us to remember ALL of Connecticut’s MISSING!

 

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