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Sunnyside teenager is missing, NYPD needs help locating her

Adrika Hogue

Jan. 12, 2017 Staff Report

The police are looking to locate a Sunnyside teenager who was reported missing on Tuesday.

Adrika Hogue, a 17-year-old female who lives at 41-20 40th Street, was last seen on Tuesday at her residence.

She is described as 5’2”, 120 pounds and of Indian descent.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

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MOMD

can anybody who is close to this case and has reliable info update the story and the situation? Any new information about Adrika will be greatly appreciated.

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SandieLee Gallion

My name is SandieLee Gallion & I am the Northeast Regional Director with a Non-Profit Organization Bring our Missing Home, Inc. I am offering our assistance for free to help locate Adrika . Our organization consists of volunteers throughout the United States. Bring our Missing Home, Inc. has many tools we can use to help locate the missing, we have access to a 9+ million business database that allows us to fax your missing loved one’s face to anywhere in the US.

We also utilize Social Media, prepare Press Releases and more. If you are interested in our services for free, please visit our website http://www.bringourmissinghome.org and complete the Family Intake. We will not stop looking for Adrika until she is home safely. If you have any question, please feel free to contact me by Facebook or my Cell phone (484) 219-1433

Sincerely,
SandieLee Gallion
Northeast Regional Case Director
Bring our Missing Home

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Internet Child Protection Nationwide

Hello, If this is not allowed please delete! I am a parent who almost lost my child to internet predators. My child will forever be a victim. Anything posted on the internet has a possibility to be there forever.After my child was victimized by people that had been met online, I looked online for help. I found little that was updated. You can say your child does not have a phone. You can even say you know your child’s passwords. Did you know most teens have mulitpul pages on such sites? When we were young and our parents said “no”, we still found away. It is much worse now.
Any device can be used as a phone and have social media apps.A phone does not need service to it. The phone can be from anywhere! Everything can get deleted before you even know what they are up too. That was the case for me, I did not know what kik was. I regret everyday not being informed.
Between “Cyber bullying”, “child pornography” and human trafficking our children are available 24 hours a day. If they are getting bullied at school the safety of home is no longer there. I started this page to help other parents, caregivers and grandparents a sounding board. It is a non judgmental and informative page for anyone who cares about the young people in our lives. Education is the key. The internet is constantly changing and so are the threats. Lets help each other keep current.We cannot make the internet a safe place, we can make our kids more internet safe.https://www.facebook.com/ICPofWisconsin/

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Anonymous

thank you for posting this much appreciated now to get this information out to all and especially our queens counsel people –

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LP

Why would you put this girl’s exact address in the article. It puts her and her family at greater risk. Why not just post a vicinity? SMH I wanted to share this but I won’t. Too many sickos out there. I hope they find her safe and sound and hopefully she and her family will stay that way with their address all over the internet.

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Anonymous

I am taking about on TV too — and why would anybody press the dislike button very rude and not classy at all —

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Anonymous

Mods why are you not allowing my comments. This is not fair. Where is my freedom of speech. 8====D~~~ ( . Y . )

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Anonymous

Kids who can’t imagine this happening to them or their family members! I know it sucks but GOD BLESS AMERICA❣??

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Anonymous

People are messed up for for. Not liking this immature and plain stupid. May this post work to save this poor kid. I pray she is found!

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Anonymous

Why are so many people disliking that? She’s a good friend and she is missing . They just wanted to say they wish she is found.

I hope she is found too because I only knew her freshman and sophomore year, but she is really a great person.

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