Pregnant Mom Goes Missing After Dropping Her Daughter Off at School. Her Car was Found 3 Days Later!
An Illinois woman has been missing for weeks and her family fears that she may be the victim of a crime.
Cheretha Morrison, who is three months pregnant, was last seen when she dropped her daughter off at school on February 26. According to police, Morrison, 38, dropped her off at Earle Elementary School in the 2000-block of West 62nd Street.
She was driving her silver 2006 Porsche Cayenne with an Illinois license plate BZ12712 in the 6900 block of South Throop Street.
When Morrison didn't return to the school to pick up her daughter, and failed to answer calls or texts, her family filed a missing persons report.
Morrison's car was found three days later, on Monday March 1, in the 7400 block of South Winchester Avenue,
Morrison's family says that she wouldn't just disappear and they fear that she has been the victim of a crime.
Morrison also has an older son who says that he was supposed to meet up with his mother on the day that she went missing. He says that he called her repeatedly but his calls went straight to voicemail.
"My momma wouldn’t leave my sister,” he said. He also says that he went to his mother's home when she didn't answer his calls.“I drove over there she wasn't there the doors were open,” he explained. Her son, who asked not to be identified, made a plea to the public saying tearfully “Just find my mom please.”
Cheretha Morrison is described as being 4-foot-11, 140 pounds, with brown eyes, black hair and has a medium-brown complexion.
If you've seen Cheretha Morrison, or have any information on her whereabouts, we ask that you contact Area One Special Victims Unit detectives at (312) 747-8380.