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Missing Patrick Kennedy Alford Jr.
Patrick, circa 2010; Age progression forensics photo to age 16 (circa 2018); Jennifer Rodriguez, Patrick's mother
Missing Since 01/22/2010
Brooklyn, New York
Classification Endangered Missing
Biracial, Black, Hispanic
Date of Birth Used 11/28/2002 (18)
Age 7 years old
Height and Weight 4'8, 65 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A blue jacket, a red t-shirt, blue jeans and black and white Michael Jordan sneakers.
Distinguishing Characteristics Biracial (African-American/Hispanic) male. Black hair, brown eyes. Patrick has a scar on his left eyebrow and a birthmark on his abdomen. His nickname is Lil Pee. He is Puerto Rican descent.
Patrick told his foster mother, Librada Moran, that he planned to run away to rejoin his biological mother, Jennifer Rodriguez. A photo of Rodriguez is posted with case summary. Patrick was last seen assisting Moran with household chores; he took out the trash and never came back. He has never been heard from again.
Rodriguez, who lives in the New York City borough of Staten Island, lost custody of Patrick and his four-year-old sister for alleged neglect. She reportedly knew the address of his foster home, and her aunt claims she had threatened to kidnap Patrick.
A few days after Patrick's disappearance a judge ordered her to present her son at a family court hearing. Rodriguez didn't do so, stating she didn't have Patrick and didn't know his whereabouts. She was briefly jailed for contempt, then released after she passed a polygraph test.
She still maintains her innocence in her son's disappearance, stating she believed he ran away and is hiding somewhere. Various other members of Patrick's family, including people as far away as Maryland and Florida, have been investigated in his case. Several of Patrick's relatives have accused each other of hiding him.
A federal judge threw out the suit in March 2011, but ruled that Rodriguez could sue individual caseworkers and St. Vincent's Services, the child care agency in charge of Patrick's case. In 2013, Rodriguez amended her filing to include a claim for her son's wrongful death. She stated she filed the suit to get answers in her son's disappearance. The suit was settled for $6 million in August 2018. The money will be used to aid in the search for Patrick, and to benefit him if he is located alive.
Patrick may still be in the Brooklyn area. His case remains unsolved.
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