Missing woman’s family creates video pleading for information; reward upped to $50,000

The family of Khadijah Britton makes an impassioned plea for any information, in a new video posted on Facebook.


**Update 2/27/18 — The vigil is now planned for 3:30pm on Feb. 27 since the time of Fallis’s arraignment was changed to 4pm.

MENDOCINO Co., 2/25/18 — The family of missing woman Khadijah Britton, including here mother and aunt, make an impassioned plea for her return in a video posted on Facebook today, February 25. Britton has been missing since February 7 and there is a reward for any information leading to her discovery. The reward amount was increased to $50,000 today.

Her family has created a Facebook group as well as a GoFundMe site and an Amazon wishlist to raise funds for the search.

The most recent information about the search efforts for Britton can be found here. A vigil is planned for Tuesday, February 27 at 3:30pm* on the court house steps in Ukiah; the primary suspect in Britton’s disappearance, Negie Fallis, will be arraigned that day at 4pm.


The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office is the lead agency in the investigation and should be contacted with any information about her disappearance by calling (707) 234-2100 or emailing [email protected] Her family can also be contacted by calling Connie Hostler at (707) 621-2345, or Jerry Britton at (707) 354-2843.

The most recent flyer and current reward amount in Britton's case.
The most recent flyer and current reward amount in Britton’s case.

You can read more information about the search for Khadija Britton in our previous articles and updates:

Article about the current state of the investigation (2/24);

Article about courthouse vigil, (2/23);

Article about Fallis’s arrest and rewards offered,(2/20 with updates);

Article about her disappearance, (2/12 with updates).

Here's a screenshot of the Facebook post with the video.
Here’s a screenshot of the Facebook post with the video.


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