Ivory was just 17 years old when she vanished while on her way home in Utica, New York. Despite a slow start to the investigation, investigators have tried to make up for lost time, spending years putting together the pieces that point toward the people responsible — people who refuse to talk, even 19 years later.
If you know anything about the disappearance of Ivory Green on March 6, 2004, please call the Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers 866-730-TIPS(8477), or submit an anonymous tip online at p3tips.com. You can also call the Utica Police Department Criminal Investigations Division directly at 315-223-3510.
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Have you listened to THE DECK INVESTIGATES yet? In this first season, Ashley takes a deep dive into the cold case of Darlene Hulse, the 4 of Hearts from Indiana. Darlene Hulse was forcibly taken from her home in Argos, Indiana on August 17, 1984. Though Darlene’s body would be found a day later, just six miles from her home, her killer has evaded law enforcement for almost four decades and her case has remained cold…until now. Click HERE to sign the petition and demand justice for Darlene Hulse.
Episode Source Material
- Utica Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY): Cousin charged in shooting Faces attempted murder charges, by Rob Booth.
- Utica Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY): Victim testifies against cousin Utica shooting case forwarded to grand jury, by Rob Booth.
- Utica Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY): Dance in honor of missing girl’s birthday, by Staff.
- Utica Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY): Mother’s love: Missing woman to be subject of march, by Rocco LaDuca.
- Utica Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY): Billboard highlights missing teen, by Staff.
- Utica Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY): Ivory Green slain, informant tells FBI; Death seen as retaliation for cousin’s theft, by Rocco LaDuca.
- United States District Court: United States of America v. Raymond Garrett, Durrell Liggins, Ty Albrecht, Gregory Lee, Jr., Roger Patterson, Ali Shabazz, Jacques Yates, Richard Gilmore, Ann Marie Spina, Davon Patterson, Haikham Phimasone, Terence Hines, Juan Breton, and John W. Spratt. Filed April 8, 2006.