Family And Friends Of Missing MÖTLEY CRÜE Fan Looking For Answers

March 5, 2007

Jessica Kartalija of reports that the family and friends of Tracey Gardner-Tetso (photo) — a Baltimore County woman who has been missing since March 2005 when she failed to meet friends for a MÖTLEY CRÜE concert in Washington — commemorated the second anniversary of her disappearance Sunday (March 4) with a vigil in Pasadena. [Watch a report on the vigil at this location.]

The ceremony came two years after the disappearance of Tracey Gardner Tetso, whose car was found days later in Glen Burnie. Gardner-Tetso's story appeared on CBS's "Without a Trace" and on "America's Most Wanted", but she still has yet to be found.

"You sit there with no closure, and that's the hardest part," said Gardner-Tetso's friend Monika Barilla.

Sunday's remembrance service also called on state lawmakers to create a task force for people who have gone missing.

"We have task forces for stolen cars, stolen credit cards, drugs...we need a task force involving law enforcement to investigate missing adults and children in the state of Maryland," said Sam Bowerman.

"I would like to see the government of the state of Maryland appoint a task force that would connect law enforcement officers through the state," said Darlene Huntsman, sister of a missing woman.

MÖTLEY CRÜE in April 2005 announced that they would match the $10,000 reward fund being offered for information on the whereabouts of Gardner-Tetso, who was reported missing by her husband. The reward is being offered by the Victims' Rights Foundation of Gaithersburg, Metro Crime Stoppers and Aggregate Industries, which employed Gardner-Tetso as a dispatcher.

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