December 9, 2021

The sheriff held a news conference about the missing 19-year-old

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department is set to hold a news conference Monday about a 19-year-old woman who has been missing since Friday. The event was originally scheduled for 1pm, but was rescheduled for 3pm in the video player above streaming WESH 2 Pressure family members say they hope WesH 2 Bob Hayes will have more information coming out soon. They said it had been three days since they were disappointed and that investigators had not released as much detail as they wanted. Over the weekend, a team searching for Mia Morgano found Orton Villa last Friday, September 24, at 5 p.m. Apartments in University Boulevard. On Sunday, Orange County representatives searched inside, outside and around the apartment where he lives. Morgano’s father told WESH 2 News that he worked in an apartment in the leasing office, where he was last seen. He spoke to his daughter Friday afternoon, but did not ask her when he went to work. He said Morgano had planned to catch a flight to his family home, but she did not board the plane. Marcano’s family traveled from Fort Lauderdale to Orlando to talk to detectives. Morgano is 19 years old and her family says she is 5 feet tall. “All we ask of you is to help bring Mia home,” said Joyce Thompson, Morgano’s grandmother. “Bring her home safely. Let us know where she is. We’ll pick her up – bring her home.” Neighbors said law enforcement was continuing around the neighborhood. “Everything was in the parking lot, and they were all marching,” said Matthew Knob, who lives near the Orton Villas apartments. I have to be honest on my back, because I do not know what they are looking for, the helicopter that was above us yesterday was circling five or six times now, “said Juan Castillo. , “Anyone with a small amount of information is requested to call us.” Anyone with information about his disappearance is encouraged to call the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. Are urged to call.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department is set to hold a news conference Monday morning of the missing 19-year-old woman.

The event was originally scheduled for 1pm, but was rescheduled for 3pm WESH 2 will stream the pressure in the video player above

Family members tell WESH 2 Bob Hayes that they hope more information will be released soon. They said it had been three days since they were disappointed and that investigators had not released as much detail as they wanted.

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The team searched for Mia Morgano over the weekend, and she was last seen Friday, Sept. 24, at 5 p.m., at the Orton Villas apartment near University Boulevard.

On Sunday, Orange County representatives searched inside, outside and around the apartment where he lives.

Morgano’s father told WESH 2 News that he worked in an apartment in a leased office, where he last saw her.

He said he spoke to his daughter Friday afternoon, but did not ask her when she went to work.

Morgano had planned to catch a night flight to her family home, but she did not board the plane.

Margano’s family has traveled from Fort Lauderdale to Orlando to talk to detectives.

Morgano is 19 years old and her family says she is 5 feet tall.

“All we ask of you is to help bring Mia home,” Morgano’s grandmother Joyce Thompson said. “Bring her home safely, drop her off, let us know where she is. We’ll pick her up – bring her home.”

Neighbors said law enforcement was continuing around the apartment complex.

“A crowd of sheriffs and everything was in this parking lot, and they were all marching,” said Matthew Knob, who lives near the Orton Villas apartments.

Knob said detectives were looking through the trees at the back of the apartment buildings and near the retention pool.

“It really chilled my spine because I had no idea what they were looking for, and the helicopter that was above us yesterday was circling five or six times now,” said Juan Castillo, who lives near the apartments.

Orange County officials said they did not want to release further details Sunday because of a series of inquiries into Morgano’s disappearance. A spokesman said: “Anyone with a small amount of information is requested to call us.”

Anyone who knows anything about her disappearance is encouraged to call the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

Anyone with information about Morgano’s whereabouts should contact the OCSO emergency number at 407-836-4357. If anyone sees Marcano they are urged to call 911.