North American Missing Persons Network
Anna Marie Scivetti

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Above Images: Scivetti, circa 1998

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: August 19, 1998 from Staten Island, Richmond County, New York
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Date Of Birth: September 20, 1963
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 5'2"
  • Weight: 115 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Brown
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Female
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Wears eyeglasses or
    contact lenses.
  • Medical Conditions: Manic depressive and requires
    medication to regulate her condition.
  • NCIC Number: M-148412634
  • Case Number: 98-6506

  • Details of Disappearance
    Ms. Scivetti was last seen on Aug. 19, 1998. After her workday as a receptionist in South Plainfield, N.J., she traversed the Outerbridge Crossing en route to dinner with a friend. She was also scheduled to place a deposit on an apartment in Tottenville. She never showed up for either appointment. Her vehicle is also missing and is described as a bluish gray, four door, 1988 Mazda with NY Lic# 420-5GT. (pictured below)

    Scivetti's phone records indicate the last call she made was to Charles Chorman, the man who she had an on and off relationship with for four years. Chorman had been arrested for abusing Scivetti in 1997. At 8 p.m., Chorman called her at home. She and Chorman were then spotted at a South Shore bar where they were regulars. Patrons there said they saw the two together until the early-morning hours, possibly until after 1 a.m. Chorman showed up at Edkins Auto sometime between 7 and 8 a.m. A witness said he was disheveled, with scratches on his face and hands. He said he had gotten into a bar fight.

    Chorman was rumored to be romantically involved with his sister-in-law, Elizabeth Bump, at the time of her disappearance in 1993. Chorman has refused to cooperate in the investigations of Bumps' and Scivetti's disappearances but has not been named as a suspect by Law Enforcement. Chorman has remained publicly silent, and his lawyer has repeatedly maintained Chorman's innocence in both Ms. Scivetti and Ms. Bump's disappearances.

    Anna's family said that she would never leave without saying goodbye, or leave her dog unattended, or leave with no money in her pocket.

    Above: Scivetti's vehicle

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    New York City Police Department
    (212) 473-2048

    Source Information
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