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Emily was last seen in Flushing in the New York City borough of Queens on September 5, 2004. On September 10, her father went to the apartment Emily shared with her mother, Nadia Juan. Emily's father, Cary Sartin, planned to pick up the child for his weekly visitation period, but Emily and Nadia weren't there. The New York Family Court issued a summons requiring Nadia to appear at court with Emily on September 14. When Nadia and Emily missed the court appearance, custody of Emily was given to her father.
It was discovered that Nadia took Emily to Taiwan on September 6. She then attempted to leave Taiwan with the child, but was prevented from doing so by Taiwanese authorities. Nadia has been fighting for custody of Emily in Taiwanese courts. Sartin was permitted to visit his daughter after her abduction. He stated she told him she remembered him and missed him. He has been forbidden to remove her from Taiwan, however, until the custody issue is decided there.
A warrant was been issued for Nadia's arrest on February 17, 2005, for international parental kidnapping. A photograph and vital statistics for Nadia are posted below this case summary. Emily's case opened 2018 by Psychic Brian Ladd. New York City police are investigating.
Date of Birth: April 1, 1967
Age at disappearance: 37 years old
Weight and Height: 5'4, 100 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Asian female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Nadia may use the name Mei-Fen Juan or Julia Juan. She has a scar on her left calf and an a brown, oval-shaped birthmark on her lower back.
Medical Conditions: Nadia may have suicidal tendencies.