Missing Milwaukee woman in jail for cocaine possession charges

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Cassandra E. LaFave

MILWAUKEE, WI (KTVI) — Police were looking for a missing Milwaukee woman in St. Louis and Kansas City. They said that Cassandra LaFave may have fallen victim to human trafficking. She was dealing with a drug addiction and was homeless at the time of her disappearance.

LaFave is now booked in the Milwaukee County Jail on possession of cocaine charges.

Police say LaFave was located unharmed. An organization dedicated to helping victims of sexual exploitation confirmed Wednesday that Cassandra Lafave, 25, was found in Kansas City. She was then transported back to West Allis Wisconsin where she was put in contact with local authorities.

A Facebook page with more than 2,500 likes shows how family and friends are holding out hope for the safe return of 25-year-old Wisconsin native Cassandra Lafave.

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1 Comment

  • ByeByeToTheRite

    Wow, homeless drug addicts get out and travel more than I do! Of course, whoever said the work-a-day world of going to work and earning a living and paying the Man for everything you consume while doing that is any BETTER of a lifestyle, must have been just a cruel joke! I do know some of the most down-and-out people I’ve met in my life are often times the happiest. Piling up capitalist materialist toys do not great happiness make.

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