Details of Disappearance Mohn was last seen leaving a corn roast at Lenny's Tap on north Broadway in Green Bay, Wisconsin at 2:00 a.m. on August 21, 2000. She was seen walking in the direction of her home, a few blocks away. She was very intoxicated and could not walk properly; she kept stumbling and losing her balance.
Mohn never arrived home and has never been heard from again. The day after her disappearance, her empty wallet was found in the 400 block of north Broadway, near Lenny's Tap.
Authorities do not believe Mohn accidentally fell in the river; her remains would probably have been recovered if she had. At the time of her disappearance, she had no job, car, driver's license, cash or credit cards.
She was living with her boyfriend and he supported her financially. Mohn's sister says the couple had a troubled relationship and that they had a verbal and physical argument at Lenny's Tap a few days before her disappearance. The boyfriend is considered a person of interest in Mohn's case, but there is insufficient evidence to charge him.
Mohn's family stated she kept in close contact with them prior to her disappearance and they do not believe she would have left without telling anyone. She lived on Mackinac Island in Michigan before moving to Wisconsin. Her hobbies include gambling and bingo. Mohn's family believes she was the victim of a homicide, but little evidence is available in her disappearance. Her case remains unsolved.
- Green Bay Police Department
Updated 3 times since October 12, 2004. Last updated December 12, 2008; height and weight added, distinguishing characteristics updated.