"Larondra" was the possible name used by a teenage or young adult female who was discovered on a street in East Orange, New Jersey. She additionally may have used the names "Laranda" and/or "L.A." with surnames "Anderson" and a second pronounced similarly to "Sharpcheck."
The woman's body was discovered near a residence on Eppirt Street in East Orange, New Jersey. No cause or manner of death has been released.
No photographs were taken of her clothing or jewelry. Her DNA also remains unavailable.
- Black, curly hair.
- Brown eyes.
- She bit her nails.
- Dental fillings.
- Various scars:
- Various horizontal scars on both undersides of the forearms (implied to have been self-inflicted)
- A half-inch scar below her left eye
- A 3-inch scar extending from the center to the left side of her neck
- A scar above her right eyebrow
- A "long" scar on her left upper leg
- Gray sweater
- White bra
- Multiple rings:
- White-metal, depicting the letter "Y"
- Yellow-metal, containing 21 transparent/white stones
- Yellow-metal band with no setting or design
- Black, made of rubber
- Laronda Bronson
- Law enforcement has compared the two subjects and ruled Bronson out. This has yet to appear on NamUs.