Latasha Nevitt, a 30 year old mother of three, was last seen walking to a convenience store five blocks from her home near 107th and Loomis in South Side Chicago. She never returned. Her husband Isaac is the last person believed to have seen her before she disappeared. Police found no sign of foul play in the couple’s home.
Latasha’s family does not believe that she would just walk away from her life and children. Latasha was dental hygienist student at Everest University before she was reported missing October 14th.
Her mother, Brenda Morgan, is not giving up hope. “I do believe I’m going to get my baby back. But if she’s out there listening, and if she’s not hurt, please, we need you to come home. Your baby needs you.”
Police say there has been no activity on Nevitt’s cell phone since she disappeared.
Latasha is described as a black woman with medium complexion. She stands 5’4″ tall and weighs about 118 pounds. Anyone with information on her whereabouts should contact the Calumet Area Special Victims Unit at 312-747-8274.
Latasha needs your help. Since she went missing, there have been only four news articles about her (from a Google news search). Latasha deserves more attention than that. And she deserves better news articles. Where is the news on what a wonderful mother she is and the children she loves? She has so much love to pour on her 10-year-old Ariel and her 2-year-old twins, Brian and Ryan.
Tears streamed down Ariel’s cheeks as she talked about her mother. “I just want to see her and I miss her a lot,” she said. Her husband told a reporter that no matter what is going on, they would still talk to each other. Latasha’s family is worried about her. They did what they can to get the word out, but we need to push it a step further. Help us get the word out about Latasha today. Post her story on your blogs, websites, Twitter, Facebook, etc. Put her story out there until she is found.