KELLY

Houma, LA

#1 Nov 9, 2010
Has anyone heard any news of a missing 14yr old girl in Norco? Her name's Brook, 5'3, 105 lbs, long blonde hair last seen wearing a grey Miss. college sweatshirt and blue basketball shorts no shoes. Her mother has posted her missing on Facebook and her picture is circulating there. I haven't seen any other notices on any other sites for St. Charles Parish. Please pass this message on. She's been missing since Sunday at 4:15. Her name is Brooke Gorrodona, mother's name is Jennifer Gorrodona. Thank you.
Thankful

New Orleans, LA

#2 Nov 9, 2010
I just read a post on facebook saying she was home. No other information was given.

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