#MISSING ADRIENNE SALINAS WAS LAST HEARD FROM AT 4:30 A.M. ON SATURDAY, JUNE 15TH, 2013 IN TEMPE, #ARIZONA
#Tempe Police are searching for a missing 19-year-old college student.
They said Adrienne Salinas was last heard from around 4:30 a.m. Saturday when she called a friend to say she was coming over.
She never arrived.
Salinas’ father found her car on Sunday two blocks from her apartment on Ash Avenue.
Detectives now have the car and are searching it for clues.
Salinas’ family told CBS 5 News, they knew something was very wrong when she never called her dad Sunday to wish him Happy Father’s Day.
If you have any information on Salinas’ whereabouts, call Tempe #Police at (480) 966-6211 or (480) 350-8311.
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Miguel Piñero (December 19, 1946 – June 16, 1988)
”Miguel Pinero was the first Puerto Rican to really break through and be accepted as a major writer for the stage,” Mr. Papp said yesterday. ”He was an extraordinarily original talent, and he became a mentor and a hero for people like Reinaldo Povod, who wrote ‘Cuba and His Teddy Bear.’ The fact that Miguel was successful made it possible for Ray to write. All over the Lower East Side, Miguel was considered someone who had broken through. But in addition to being a symbol, he was a first-class playwright.”
Mr. Pinero’s other works for the theater included ”Straight From the Ghetto,” ”Eulogy for a Small-Time Thief,” ”The Sun Always Shines for the Cool” and ”A Midnight Moon at the Greasy Spoon.” His Art Imitated His Life
Mr. Pinero, who also began performing while in prison, played the role of a Spanish-speaking drug dealer in the film ”Fort Apache, the Bronx,” and appeared in ”Breathless,” ”Alphabet City,” ”Exposed,” ”Deal of the Century,” ”Times Square,” ”Streets of L.A.” and ”Pick-Up Artist,” among other movies. His television appearances included roles in ”Baretta,” ”Kojak” and ”Miami Vice.” A published poet, Mr. Pinero was one of the founders of the so-called Nuyorican movement, a group of Puerto Rican New York poets, and he edited an anthology of their work called ”Nuyorican Poetry.” At the time of his death, he was working on a play for the Public Theater called ”Every Form of Refuge Has Its Price,” which was set in the intensive-care unit of a hospital.
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