Mom begged to help find her son and left for 4 months
San Diego (Border report) — Monya Mitchell has not seen her son for four months.
On Wednesday, she was standing on the pedestrian bridge at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, looking south toward the city of Tijuana, wondering if her son was there.
Mitchell said that her son, Demand Mitchell, lives in Escondido, California, about 45 minutes north of the border. He traveled to Tijuana with a woman who had just met but never returned home. .
Monya Mitchell blamed the woman for luring her son to Mexico. She said that the woman had returned to the United States, but refused to say anything. She is nowhere to be found.
“It’s disturbing,” Monya Mitchell said. “One of the things I found is that there are a lot of missing people missing in Mexico…it seems to be a place where people can be tempted and hurt.”
She said that she had been receiving text messages from her son’s mobile phone, but she was sure that it was not Demand who sent the text messages.
“Some people say,’Get a Vanilla Visa gift card worth $300, I will receive it, and then I will go home,'” she said. “Whoever owns his mobile phone is not only blackmailing me, but also blackmailing his contacts for money.”
Mitchell, who lives in San Diego, said she has been in contact with the Tijuana police and the Escondido police station, but no progress has been made so far.
The border report contacted the Escondido police, who said they could not confirm whether Mitchell was in Mexico and had taken his mother to the US consulate in Tijuana because it had the ability to cooperate with investigators south of the border. Such cases of missing persons.
“I just want to know where it happened, and if it happened, if he was injured, if he was in Mexico, if he was injured. He was lured there and obviously I just need help,” she said. “This is a super call for help, I just pleaded with the public. This is unbearable, I know my son has not disappeared.”
Mitchell said she is hiring a private investigator in Mexico and plans to go to the forensic office in Tijuana to see if her son’s body has been brought in.