Update: According to the Buffalo Police, Nyasia has been found safely.
Buffalo Police are asking for help locating a 15-year-old girl who has gone missing. They posted a notice on Facebook. The teen, Nyasia Rodriguez, was last seen yesterday, October 2, 2021, in the area of the 900 block of Tonawanda St in Buffalo. She is described as 5 feet, 4 inches tall, and weighs 180 pounds. She has brown hair with green hair coloring in it. Her nose is pierced. She was wearing a black hoodie with a blue shirt underneath it and black leggings. If you have seen Nyasia, please call 911.
Here Are the Buffalo Zip Codes Where Most Sex Offenders Live
I was recently watching a special on Oxygen about a 15-year-old girl who was kidnapped from her neighbor's yard and sexually assaulted by a man over a number of hours. It turns out he had killed previously, but she was able to escape from his apartment, where he was holding her captive. I think it's important for parents and the community to know about the sex offenders that live in Buffalo. There are approximately 730 registered sex offenders living in the Buffalo area, according to HomeFacts.com. Some zip codes in the area have a very high number of offenders living within them.
These are the zip codes in Buffalo with the most registered sex offenders living in the area.
The 14211 zip code has the most registered sex offenders in Buffalo with 145 listing their home addresses in the area. Some of the well-known streets the 14211 zip includes are part of Genessee Street, Doat Street, Fillmore Avenue, Walden Avenue and East Ferry.
The other top 5 zip codes with the most sex offenders living in them are as follows:
2. 14215 with approximately 102 offenders
3. 14212 with approximately 87 offenders
4. 14206 with approximately 61 offenders
5. 14207 with approximately 53 offenders
Thanks to the federal law Megan's Law, registered sex offenders cannot remain anonymous. According to MegansLaw.com,
Megan's Law is named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was raped and killed by a known registered sex offender who had moved across the street from the family without their knowledge. In the wake of the tragedy, the Kankas sought to have local communities warned about sex offenders in the area. All states now have a form of Megan's Law.