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Sharon Baldeagle

Kidnapped/AbductedCold Case

Missing Persons Details

Missing Person
Sharon Baldeagle
Last Seen
September 18, 1984
Case Status
Intake Date
August 12, 2021
Source of Record



Physical Description

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Last Seen Wearing
Sharon Baldeagle was last seen wearing a black/yellowish tiger striped top, black shoes and red purse. 

Details of Disappearance

According to open source information, Sharon Baldeagle  and a friend were hitchhiking near Casper, WY. The two were picked up by a Royal Russell Long. Long reportedly took the girls to his home in Evansville, WY, where he tied the girls up at gunpoint.

Baldeagle's friend reportedly escaped and went for help. However, by the time police arrived, Long and Baldeagle were gone. Long was later arrested in Albuquerque, NM. Baldeagle wasn’t with him as Long denied knowing her whereabouts. Long plead guilty to kidnapping and was sentenced to two life terms in prison. He died in prison in 1993.

Baldeagle's whereabouts and/or physical remains have never been identified nor found. 

Case Numbers

Verified with Law Enforcement

Police Contact Information

Fall River County Sheriff's Office
Bob Evans, Sheriff
Local Police Case Number
(605) 745-4444

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