Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Randa spoke to a family member on the phone at approximately 11:30PM and indicated she was going to bed. When Randa did not answer the phone the following morning, a family member checked her residence in the vicinity of the 3400 block of Shiawassee Ave., approximately a 1/4 mile east of US 23. Clothes were still laid out untouched, her bed did not appear slept in, and Randa's personal belongings did not appear to be missing. There were no signs of a struggle or anything missing from the apartment. Jawhari customarily called her parents and siblings several times every day.
Jawhari had refused for three months to be driven to a clinic for the medication she was supposed to take every 15 days for bipolar disorder. Randa Jawhari doesn't have a car or a driver's license and also doesn't have a history of leaving without telling someone. She is believed to have no money. A nearly full pack of cigarettes was found next to Jawhari's favorite chair. Randa was a chain smoker who never would have left her cigarettes behind, much less her daughter, on whom she doted. There has been no activity on her Social Security account.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Fenton (MI) Police Department
Detective Ron Skarzynski