Patricia Kopta has been missing for close to 30 years now. She was reportedly located in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Thursday, according to local police in Ross Township. It is now common knowledge that she exists.
Robert submitted a report on her behalf as a missing person from North Hills in the year 1992. They had been searching for Kopta for more than a year, and they thought they had found him living in a retirement home almost 1,700 miles away, where he was apparently doing well. Patricia was reportedly found to be in need of assistance and sent to an adult home care facility in June of 1999, according to the individuals who phoned the police.
It would appear that Patricia Kopta’s mental health was a significant challenge for the entirety of her life
Patricia reportedly did not want to talk to investigators about her personal life in Ross Township, according to the police. At this time, there is no evidence to imply that she is currently present in Europe.
He indicated that they were able to piece together sufficient information about her identification. Evidence-based DNA analysis identified the lady as Patricia Kopta. Her family members and friends can speak to the fact that she is a devoted spouse and sibling. On the other hand, she just up and left one day.
Gloria Smith, Kopta’s sister, exhibited amazement at the news. I didn’t buy it. That came completely out of the blue for me. For all of those years, we simply presumed that she had passed away,” Gloria went on to say.
Even though she has dementia, they are still trying to see her after 31 years. Patricia Kopta, nicknamed “The Sparrow” for her little stature, would stand in parking lots and on major highways in the primarily residential community of roughly 31,000 people north of Pittsburgh and preach doom and gloom to passing motorists and visitors.
They were surprised by unexpected news more than 30 years later
Patricia Kopta, or “Patty” as she was more commonly known inside the family, was a well-known city street preacher. Even though she has dementia, they are still trying to see her after 31 years.
Patricia Kopta, nicknamed “The Sparrow” for her little stature, would stand in parking lots and on major highways in the primarily residential community of roughly 31,000 people north of Pittsburgh and preach doom and gloom to passing motorists and visitors.
Kopta Early Life
Kopta worked as a model and a dance instructor before entering the church. Moreover, according to relatives, after graduating from high school, she worked in finance at a Pittsburgh plate glass company and attended ballroom dance events on a regular basis.
Kopta began preaching soon after, and doctors diagnosed her with “delusions of grandeur” and schizophrenic symptoms, leading to a temporary hospitalization. However, she resumed her preaching after her release until her disappearance in 1992.
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