In Wetumpka, AL.
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Copyright 2003 Edit October 25, 2014
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Since this page was posted skeletal remains confirmed to be Richardson were found near the last confirmed sighting of her.
She had wandered into a forested area.
No cause of death was revealed in the news stories.
Vanished after 1 am, September 17, 2009 she was pursuing a doctorate degree in clinical psychology and was a recent graduate from California State with a 4.0 GPA. The night of her disappearance she behaved strangely joining people she did not know and having a discussion they thought bizarre. Her father had said she may have been speaking gibberish, even claiming she was from another planet. When she could not pay for a Kobe Beef meal she was arrested.
There is video of her in the jail cell on line. Her mug shot shows flat affect. Police released her over the objections of her family. They had offered to pay the restaurant bill by phone with a credit card and asked the sheriff's station to hold her. The sheriff's office said she was offered transportation or over night stay but insisted on release.
Although she meets the template for a Subliminal Distraction episode, a highly intelligent college student with high performance, there is nothing available to show she had exposure as a college student. Emails to her family site are unanswered.
There was no cause of death. An inquest decided that sheriff's officers had acted within their discretion to release her.
Typically when family are trying to get police investigations to find a killer, the do not want information that might stop the investigations.