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Beth Johnson

Updated: Dec 28, 2020

Beth Johnson



The Wisconsin Department of Justice has identified remains that were found in Blaine, Minnesota to be Beth Johnson.

The DOJ also says Randall Merrick of Rochester, Minnesota has been charged with first degree intentional homicide, domestic abuse and hiding a corpse.

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Last seen on December 25, 2016

Beth Johnson wasn’t reported missing until March 2017 by her son who made a request with police to do a welfare check. She resided in Nelson, Wisconsin.

Prior to living in Nelson, Wisconsin, Beth lived near the twin cities and in Wabasha, Minnesota. Beth may have traveled to Minnesota after her disappearance. There is little information about Beth’s case.

Beth is a Caucasian female with red hair and blue eyes. She has no teeth and rarely wears her dentures. Beth is known to walk on her tiptoes. Beth has a tattoo of a yellow, green and brown sunflower with a date in the center on her right shoulder, and a tattoo on the left-front waist area of a butterfly.

Any leads or information should be directed to:

Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office

Chief Deputy Lee Engfer


Wisconsin Department of Justice

Special Agent Adam Frederick


You can find more on NAMUS: National Missing and Unidentified Person System Case M43061


The Charley Project

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