North American Missing Persons Network
Allean E. Logan

Above: Logan, circa 1999

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: September 15, 1999 from Washington DC
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 5'7-5'8"
  • Weight: 110-120 lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Race: Black
  • Gender: Female
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: She has a light complexion.
  • Clothing: Black pants, T-shirt.
  • Case Number: 99-528-122

  • Details of Disappearance
    Allean Logan was last seen on September 15, 1999, in the 4400 block of South Capitol Street, SW. When her mother went to check on her, she found her infant son alone in the apartment. No one has seen or heard from Allean since. Allean’s family says she never would have left her son alone. They say she would have taken personal items such as her cigarettes, her keys and her shoes if she planned to leave and never return. She left behind another son, as well as her mother, and eight siblings.

    At the time of her disappearance, Allean was unemployed and having personal problems that many of her loved ones say may have contributed to her disappearance. Relatives say she fell in with the wrong crowd and began using drugs. She was scheduled to enter an 18-month drug rehab program before she vanished.

    Police officials are examining whether Logan was a victim of foul play and whether a connection with criminal activity may have led to her disappearance. Detectives went to her apartment complex hours before she was reported missing to investigate a homicide. Her next-door neighbor, a suspected drug dealer, was found dead inside his apartment with a pillow covering his face and a bullet through his head. Initially, investigators did not think the two cases were related, but now they believe otherwise. Logan, who relatives say knew the neighbor, may have seen something that put her in danger. Police are still looking for the neighbor’s killer.

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Metropolitan Police Department's Seventh District
    (202) 698-1447
    Crime Solvers
    (800) 673-2777

    Source Information
    Charley Project
    The Washington Post