Family fears for missing pregnant Queens mom who vanished after domestic violence report

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missing pregnant queens woman Annemarie Cusumano Chavarria

A missing poster for Annemarie Cusumano Chavarria. (Credit: Handout)

OZONE PARK, Queens — The Long Island family of a newlywed, pregnant Queens woman was urgently asking the NYPD for help this week in locating Annemarie Cusumano Chavarria, known as “Mimi,” after they last had contact with the woman on Dec. 17.

The 33-year-old woman had filed a domestic violence report with the 75th Precinct dated Dec. 16, according to the NYPD, complaining that her husband took her cellphone and knocked her down on the floor.

Mysteriously, on the same day the pregnant newlywed went to the 75th Precinct , a post went up on a new Facebook page in her name saying, “Officially married to the love of my life and a baby on the way” with the hashtag #chavarriafamily.  

The post stated it was a new Facebook page for Annemarie Cusumano Chavarria and included a sonogram photo.

On Dec. 16, when the woman was supposed to go to court on the domestic violence case, another post turned up on her Facebook page stating, “I love my husband he’s so good to me.”

Then, on Dec. 17, Annemarie Cusumano Chavarria reportedly made a last phone call to the family, using a stranger’s phone.

She said, ‘I’m not safe out here,'” one family member recalled.  

After this call, Annemarie Cusumano Chavarria ceased all contact with her family.  

Meanwhile, the Facebook page for Matthew David Chavarria posted that his pregnant spouse was missing: “If anyone has seen my wife. Please call me or the cops … we filed a missing persons [report]. PLEASE COME HOME ANNEMARIE.”

The post said his wife was last seen in Brooklyn on Dec. 13, by Van Siclen and Liberty Avenues, which happens to be within the confines of the 75th Precinct.  

Earlier this week, as Christmas weekend was ending, the page for Matthew David Chavarria posted a photo of a sleeping Annemarie, claiming “She’s home and safe.  She’s resting now.”  The same person also notified missing persons Facebook pages that his wife was located.

But the landlord at the Ozone Park home where the couple rents a room had told her family he hadn’t seen Cusumano Chavarria for two weeks.

And the Facebook pages for the husband and wife suddenly disappeared a couple of days ago.

Annemarie Cusumano married Matthew Chavarria in late November at Town Hall in Hempstead, Long Island. 

When the troubled woman called from the 75th Precinct on Dec. 16, a police officer was planning to take her to a local CVS for medication.

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