Gladys Perez Sanchez Wiki
Gladys Perez Sanchez Biography
Who is Gladys Perez Sanchez?
Gladys Pérez Sánchez is a native of Texas and was visiting her relatives in Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo León in Mexico. She was accompanied by her 16-year-old son, John Carlos González, and her 9-year-old daughter, Michelle Christina Duran. The trio was last seen after her family’s visit to Nuevo León. They were reportedly returning in a yellow 2014 Chevrolet Sonic.
The FBI issued a missing persons notice seeking the family. Anyone with information on his whereabouts should call the FBI San Antonio at 210-225-6741.
BREAKING: Laredo’s mother, Gladys Pérez Sánchez, 39, and her two children were last seen on June 13 after visiting relatives in Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo León. Please call #FBI at 210-225-6741 with any information.
Gladys Perez Sanchez Age
The age of Gladys Pérez Sánchez is unknown.
Missing – Searching
The FBI is seeking help from the public in finding a missing Laredo mother and her two children. According to a press release, the family was last seen on June 13 while visiting relatives in Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo León, approximately 136 kilometers south of Laredo.
The family left at approximately 3:40 p.m. in a yellow 2014 Chevrolet Sonic with Texas license plates NBX-4740 bound for Laredo. Investigators believe the family likely disappeared on the Monterrey-Nuevo Laredo highway at kilometer 100 in Vallecillo.
The mother, Gladys Cristina Pérez Sánchez, a 39-year-old employee of a Laredo school district, has brown eyes, long black hair, is approximately 5 feet tall and weighs approximately 150 pounds. She was last seen in a green polo shirt and blue jeans.
Her son, John Carlos González, 16, has brown eyes, short red hair, is approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs approximately 180 pounds. He was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt. Pérez Sánchez’s daughter, Michelle Cristina Durán, 9, has brown eyes, long curly black hair, is approximately 4 feet 10 inches tall, and weighs approximately 130 pounds. She was last seen in a striped t-shirt.
Of the 50 people who disappeared in the past six months, only six men have reappeared. According to their accounts, they were stopped by armed men along the road who beat them and stole their cars. Many assume that the people who are still missing could have had encounters with similar groups of armed men, possibly belonging to drug cartels.
Mexican activists and concerned family members have expressed similarities between the current disappearances and the worst phase of Mexico’s drug war (2006-2012), when innocent people in the public were often targeted. “He is no longer among the cartels; they are attacking the public. “How can this be happening? Now we were supposed to have more (law enforcement) resources,” said Angélica Orozco, a member of the civic organization United Forces for Our Disappeared.
A shocking report has revealed that nearly 50 people, including six US citizens, have mysteriously disappeared in the past 6 months while traveling from the city of Monterrey in Mexico to the border city of Nuevo Laredo. The people reportedly disappeared while traveling the three-hour distance between the two cities. In fact, the route has been unofficially dubbed the “Highway of Death” due to the surprisingly high number of disappearances.
Currently, the search teams have been made up of volunteers and relatives of the missing persons. According to The Sun, most of the missing persons come from Monterrey in Nuevo León, while their destination city, Nuevo Laredo, is known for drug cartel activities. Among the missing US citizens are a 39-year-old mother from Texas and his, hers, her two children, ages 9 and 16.