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Yolanda Evette Panek (June 24, 1974 – disappeared July 13, 1995) was an American woman who vanished from the Capri Motel in Portland, Oregon. The day after she was last seen checking into the hotel, her locked car was found abandoned with her two-year-old son inside, alive. A maid at the motel who cleaned Panek's room found the mattress stripped of its sheets and soaked in blood. In 2014, the YWCA of Portland established the Yolanda Project, a shelter for victims of domestic violence, named in Panek's honor.

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  • Yolanda Evette Panek (June 24, 1974 – disappeared July 13, 1995) was an American woman who vanished from the Capri Motel in Portland, Oregon. The day after she was last seen checking into the hotel, her locked car was found abandoned with her two-year-old son inside, alive. A maid at the motel who cleaned Panek's room found the mattress stripped of its sheets and soaked in blood. In 2014, the YWCA of Portland established the Yolanda Project, a shelter for victims of domestic violence, named in Panek's honor.
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  • Yolanda Evette Panek (June 24, 1974 – disappeared July 13, 1995) was an American woman who vanished from the Capri Motel in Portland, Oregon. The day after she was last seen checking into the hotel, her locked car was found abandoned with her two-year-old son inside, alive. A maid at the motel who cleaned Panek's room found the mattress stripped of its sheets and soaked in blood. Though Panek's whereabouts have never been discovered, her common-law husband, Abdur Rashid Al-Wadud, was charged and convicted of her murder in March 1996. Prior to her disappearance, Al-Wadud had threatened to murder Panek numerous times due to her not raising their son in Islam, and she contested in a restraining order against him that he had threatened to slash her throat. In 2014, the YWCA of Portland established the Yolanda Project, a shelter for victims of domestic violence, named in Panek's honor.
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