New York police are desperately looking for a mother of three who was reported missing on Tuesday after she stopped coming to work and began to write strange lyrics to her friends where they had to "get off" the police said.
37-year-old Jeanine Cammarata was last seen alive against 9 pm Saturday with her boyfriend in New Springville on Staten Island, police said. Cammarata's friend filed a missing personal report on Tuesday after she failed to work at Public School 29 and reported on her second job in a dollar store, ABC7NY.
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Cammarata's mysterious disappearance came to court shortly before her scheduled trial. It is expected that the mother of three – who is described as 4-11, 120 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes – should appear in court over her custody of her children with her ex-husband, her sister Christine Ross told CBS2 ,
"She should perform on Monday and she has never shown," said Ross. "The last thing I talked to her was Friday morning. We talked about coming to visit me. "
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Elizabeth Torres, Cammarata's co-worker at Lara said the teacher told her about her weekend plans on Friday.
"She let me know that she would pick up her children on Friday," Torres told ABC7NY.
Cammarata's best friend Jessica Pobega also said she received a strange text on Monday from someone who claimed to be the mother of three children. When Pobega said that she called the police, Cammarata replied, "I do not want that."
"I have the children … I apologize, I have to do that for the children", was the text. 19659005] EL CHAPOS WOMAN WILL INTRODUCE THE FASHION BRAND IN THE MEXICAN MOB BOSS NAME
. Another friend also received a text allegedly from Cammarata, "she just wanted to get away," the police told ABC7.
Pobega said she does not believe the text was sent by Cammarata and fears that her best friend is in danger.
"She did not see the kids this weekend, so I do not know who that was and what they were there for," Pobega said to ABC7. "She's my oldest friend, my mother is upset, something happens, something And I do not know what it is, and I really hope I'm wrong. "
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. Anyone with information will be asked to call the NYPD Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or 1-888-57-PISTA (74782) for Spanish or via the Crime Stoppers website ,