Sunday, August 20, 2017

Dawn Mohn - Green Bay Missing Person - Cold Case



Cold Case - Endangered Missing - Dawn Mohn

Picture courtesy of The Charley Project

Green Bay, WI - Seventeen years ago today (8/21/2000), 41-year-old Dawn Mohn of Green Bay disappeared after spending the evening at the Lenny’s Tap 25th Annual Corn Roast on N. Broadway.

Dawn was last seen at 2 am, wearing blue jeans and a black and silver blouse, walking southbound on Broadway. She was very intoxicated, could not walk properly, and kept stumbling and losing her balance. According to authorities, she never made it home.

Police do not believe that Mohn accidentally fell into the Fox river as her remains most likely would have been recovered by now. Her family stated that she always kept in close contact and do not believe she would have just left without telling anyone.

Authorities confirmed she was living with her boyfriend at the time, who supported her financially. She had no job, vehicle, driver’s license, cash or credit cards. According to Mohn’s sister, Dawn and her boyfriend had a troubled relationship and had an argument at Lenny’s Tap a few days prior to her disappearance. The boyfriend was never named a suspect, but was considered a person of interest in the case.

Shortly after she went missing, authorities interviewed individuals close to her. The boyfriend and others she associated with were talked to, warrants were issued, and a property outside of Green Bay was also searched. No trace of Mohn was ever found.

Detectives in Brown County continue to review the now seventeen-year-old cold case, in hopes of obtaining information that would lead to her whereabouts. 

Today Dawn would be 58-years-old. She stood 5’1” tall, weighs approximately 118 pounds with hazel eyes and naturally blonde hair, dyed red at the time.

If you have any information regarding Mohn’s disappearance, please contact the Green Bay Police Department at 920-448-3200 or submit an anonymous online tip through Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers, or call at 920-432-STOP (7867).