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MISSING: Rico Harris

Crime Junkie

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True Crime

4.7352.7K Ratings

🗓️ 20 July 2020

⏱️ 42 minutes

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Summary

In 2014 Rico Harris left Los Angeles to drive north for a new life in Seattle, only to vanish somewhere along the way.

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0:00.0

Hi, Crime Junkies.

0:04.0

I'm Ashley Flowers and I'm Britt.

0:06.4

But today I am actually not your host.

0:10.0

It's been a little while, but we have gotten a lot of requests people want to hear you Britt.

0:15.8

Yeah.

0:16.8

And today I want to tell you about a man who went from the very edge of basketball super

0:21.8

stardom to the depths of rock bottom and back again.

0:25.9

A man who from the outside looked like he was finally on a solid path towards a happy

0:31.2

future when suddenly in the blink of an eye, everything fell apart.

0:37.4

This is a story of Rico Harris.

1:07.4

In October of 2014, Jennifer Song is right in the middle of making some big changes in

1:17.2

her life.

1:18.5

After a couple years of doing a long distance relationship thing, her fiancé Rico Harris

1:23.0

is finally moving from his hometown of Alhambra in Los Angeles County up to Seattle to live

1:28.2

with her.

1:29.2

Jennifer and Rico fell in love a couple of years ago back in 2012 during a vacation

1:33.9

in Southern California, but they've never lived in the same place.

1:38.4

So she's excited that they're finally going to start building their future together

1:41.6

in the same city.

1:42.8

Plus, on top of it all, Rico has an interview coming up for a job with a real estate company

1:47.4

and it's just the opportunity that he's been waiting for.

1:51.1

So Rico is a big guy.

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