Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Farrika was last seen on February 14, 1995. He left his home by foot. He was expected back later that day, but never returned. The family began to worry when Brown didn’t call to let them know if he was all right. Not contacting anyone was out of character for him. He also left behind clothing he would have needed if he was going to be gone for an extended period of time, and none of his personal belongings were gone. His wallet and driver’s license were left at his home. Six days after his disappearance, his family reported him missing to the Lancaster Police Department.
A couple of his friends drove his gray Dodge Colt back to his home and dropped the keys off with family members. Brown’s friends told family he had left the car at a body shop to get some work done. Brown was known to stay with friends overnight, though he’d always call home to let his grandmother know where he was. Brown, originally from New Jersey, moved to Lancaster in 1990. He worked at Applebee’s at the time.
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Lancaster Police Department
The Lancaster News