A Chicago community is terrified after a fifth young woman disappeared and a second body was found. On March 16, 18-year-old Anna Stanislawczyk went missing and still has yet to be found. On April 25, 15-year-old Sadaria Davis couldn’t be found after leaving her East Garfield Park neighborhood in Chicago. Davis’ body was later found on six blocks away from East Garfield Park in a vacant apartment. On May 25 26-year-old Shantieya Smith vanished 26, and then, 15-year-old Victoria Garrett went missing on June 5. Now it is being reported that 13-year-old Yasminda Mitchell has been unaccounted for since May 31.
CBS Chicago reported that Yasminda Mitchell “was last seen on May 31, 2018 in the area of 100 W. 47th Street. According to Chicago police, she also frequents the area near 6000-6300 S. Damen and 6300 S. Winchester.”
The badly decomposed body of a Black female was found in a garage in the North Lawndale area of Chicago and, according to CBS Chicago, “The Cook County Medical Examiner’s office confirmed Tuesday the body was Shantieya Smith.”
Hello Beautiful reports Chicago Police Officer Jose Jara said there were pill bottles surrounding Shantieya’s body “but could not confirm if those bottles were empty and whether or not she ingested any pills prior to her death.”
Last week, WGN reported that the Chicago Police Department “has not determined the cases are related.”