Reported Missing Wisconsin Woman LaFave Back In Court For Drug Charge

Cassandra Eliane LaFave

25-year-old woman reported missing last week appeared in a Milwaukee County court to face a continuing case for misdemeanor cocaine  possession charge.

By H. Nelson Goodson
November 27, 2013

Milwaukee, WI - On Wednesday, Cassandra Eliane LaFave, 25, of Crafton who was reported missing last week by her family and had the West Allis Police Department issue an endangered person with foul play missing person alert appeared in a Milwaukee County court on a drug charge. A Milwaukee County bench warrant was issued on September 5, for LaFave after she failed to appear in court for a misdemeanor charge for possession of cocaine. She forfeited a $250.00 cash bond. LaFave's warrant was canceled and a new $500.00 cash bond was set. She is scheduled for a conference hearing on December 11.
LaFave also has a open warrant, since September 11, in Washington County for three misdemeanor counts for retail theft of $500 each and one misdemeanor count for resisting or obstructing an officer. She forfeited a $500 signature bond.
West Allis Police were investigating her disappearance, since last week Monday. She was last seen on N. 60 St. and N. Hampton at a gas station on November 18. Family members reported her missing on November 20, according to police.
Her family believed that LaFave was abducted and could have been taken to St. Louis or Kansas and sold for sex in human trafficking. Family reported that she had a drug addiction.
Police had reported that LaFave was endangered and foul play was considered in her disappearance.