Danielle Marie Nuttall-Ravert
Case #: 08184456
Danielle Nuttall was 31 years old when she was last seen on September 7, 2008. A coworker dropped her off at her home, a third floor apartment in the 200 block of Hamilton Avenue in Trenton, New Jersey. Danielle is a white female, date of birth is 08/21/1977. Standing at 5’3” and 180 lbs. She had brown hair and blue eyes. She has several tattoos, “Danielle” on her right shoulder, the name “George” and a dolphin on her back, and the name “Mikey” or “Mike” with a heart on her left ankle. Her ears are double pierced. She may either be referred to as Danielle Nuttall or Danielle Ravert. She grew up in Conshohocken, New Jersey and was on the swim team and the marching band at Plymouth-Whitemarsh Highschool. She has a prior history of heroin addiction and depression, however she had been around 15 months clean at the time of her disappearance.
Sometime after her coworker dropped her off, it became apparent that a cab driver dropped Danielle off at the Walter Rand Transportation Center in Camden, New Jersey at 12:30 a.m. on September 7. She told him she did not have enough money to get back to Trenton. She has not been heard from since. She had an upcoming court date and had mistakenly believed that she might be jailed. She had a history of prostitution and drug abuse along with a criminal record for related offenses. It is possible she started using heroin again.
Danielle’s family reported her missing on September 22, they stated she had been going through emotional stress before she went missing. She was having problems with her roommate and her boyfriend was allegedly physically and mentally abusive to her and had been incarcerated at the time, as he had been many times before. Danielle was trying to end the relationship with him.
Foul play is suspected in her disappearance, as it was uncharacteristic of her to leave without warning and for her to abandon her pet pit bull, whom she cherished like a child. Authorities found what they believe is blood on the walls and carpet in her apartment.
Danielle’s roommate has cooperated with the investigation and he is not being called a suspect in her case. Her credit cards have not been used since the disappearance, and her cell phone was turned off a half an hour after she was last seen. She left behind two uncashed paychecks.
Danielle’s disappearance remains unsolved.
If you have any further information, please contact the Trenton Police Department at 609-989-4170 or 609-989-3663.