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Parents of Missing Woman to Call on FBI to Aid in Search

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Mitrice Richardson
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It's been two weeks since Miltrice Richardson went missing. On September 16th when restaurant management at Geoffrey's Malibu called sheriff's deputies because she could not pay her $89 bill, officers found a small amount of marijuana in her car, impounded it and booked her at the Lost Hills station in Agoura Hills. Hours later at approximately 1:25 a.m. she was released, walking out with no car and no cell phone. Richardson's parents contend something was wrong with her and that sheriff's deputies shouldn't have let her go on her own, citing the bizarre appearance in her booking photo and the way reportedly spoke at the restaurant. Staff from the restaurant said "said she was from Mars and started speaking in a made-up language," according to the L.A. Times. "She did tell my valet at one point that she was here to avenge Michael Jackson's death."

Officers said Richardson passed a field sobriety test and did offer to let her stay overnight in the station's lobby. But she left and was apparently seen a couple times. At 6:30 a.m., a Malibu Canyon resident called police about a woman sleeping in their yard. Around 7:30 a.m., a driver saw a black woman walking on a Malibu Canyon road.